Buddhism and Vietnamese Buddhist culture, a part of national culture and Buddhist culture, are associated with Buddhist education and simultaneously attached to each region. The article presents the movement and formation of Buddhist education along the Hue – Hanoi – Saigon axis over time, creating unique Buddhist cultural features for each region. The author focuses on four main movement lines that make up Vietnamese Buddhist education in general and Hue Buddhist education in particular, including (1) Convergent movement: South → Hue ← North; (2) Parallel movement: Saigon → Hue → Hanoi; (3) Unilateral movement: Hue → Saigon; (4) Multidimensional movement: Saigon ↔ Hue ↔ Hanoi. In this movement, and as the geographic, political, and cultural center of the country for a long time, Hue received, filtered, and absorbed Buddhist culture from other regions to form a distinctive feature of Hue Buddhism and establish the Zen Lieu Quan school next to the Truc Lam Zen school by Buddha–King Tran Nhan Tong in the North.
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