Sighting Asian Religions in America: A Shrine and a Salon

Freedom of religion, this is part of our nations first amendment. It allows any citizen to express themselves freely and publicly without the fear of government intrusion. Therefore you may see all kinds of public religious expression. For example, the nail salon I go to has a Buddhist shrine set up by the front door. This is common in a lot of salons across the country. There are food sacrifices gathered around a central statue. This is just one a many public expressions of Asian religion in America.

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