[...] Christianity comes to partially replace the traditional Confucian mode of Taiwanese ethics, and the church replaces the extended family. [...] the aggressive proselytizing by Taiwanese-American Christians is a frequent stimulus that pushes people into the Buddhist temple, where they seek an alternative to what they interpret as the obnoxious religiosity of their coethnics.
Getting Saved in America: Taiwanese Immigration and Religious Experience Jeff Wilson Church History; Dec 2009; 78, 4; Docstoc pg. 942
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