Maha tantrayoga has its roots in Hindu and Taoism, and this was before the advent of Buddhism in China. The Taoist description is 100% identical, so go figure!
Mandala is again Hindu. I could go on and on and also list out rituals, superstitions that were forbidden by the Buddha.
After reading the blog entry, my impression is that what was passed to you or what you’ve understood seems to be rather a superficial type of understanding of Tibetan Buddhism but not what Tibetan Buddhism is all about in its depths. Kelsang Gyatso (New Kadampa Tradition) and his NKT teachers spread such superficial understanding too, and of course this is a cause of misunderstandings and subsequent problems but it’s not what „Tibetan Buddhism“ in a deeper sense is all about. Therefore I wouldn’t go so far to attribute these misunderstandings to Tibetan Buddhism but to the persons, groups, teachers who have taught / spread them.
The Buddhist World: Buddhism in East Asia - China, Korean, Japan.
In the book (1994, New Delhi), the special cave art of Dunhunag, on the silk road in China's Gobi Desert, is discussed. The cluster of 492 caves, the Mogao Caves, contain 45,000 square metres of frescoes and 2,415 stucco statues as shrines to Buddha. Patterns of that art and ceiling decorations were digitized into a font by in 2009, called .  
Thesis Statement On The Spread Of Buddhism In China
Free fonts by Sean Moldenhauer of Michigan City, Indiana, a graduate of the Art institute of Chicago who apprenticed with Donna Karen. Sean has beautiful Japanese calligraphic prints (shodo style) as well as fonts based on carefully researched historical typefaces. Examples: JapaneseZenSampler1 (2001), TheTombwinterandspring1 (1997, "heavily inspired by the incised letters from the tomb of Henry III, Westminster Abbey, about 1272"), Thorns (1997), VampyresGarden (1997, initial caps inspired by a copy of the Romant de la Rose from the beginning of the 16th century), HoursintheRain (1997), SevenWavessighsSalome (1997, caps). Very nice gothic and medieval style creations. He showcases great Arab, Japanese and Chinese calligraphy.  
Spread buddhism china thesis | …
With the popularity of Buddhism growing, the Chinese emperor wanted to please the Buddhist monks to help gain popularity with the newly converted Buddhists in China.
Essay on the spread of buddhism in china
The confusion between Daoism and Buddhism was somewhat positive in that it increased the popularity of both.
The prosecution of Buddhism had a somewhat negative influence on China in that the Chinese were becoming accustomed to Buddhism when it suddenly started to disappear.
Many Daoists resisted the growing popularity of Buddhism.
Dbq essay on the spread of buddhism in china - …
2. a) I find this a little shocking. Are you suggesting that opportunistic teachers need not be denounced because they’re only human? b) True, I may be venting, but I have no issue with disillusionment; I think it’s a good thing. The Buddha’s whole point is that our problem is illusionment. c) As for wishful thinking (or in this case imaginary thinking): how else would you regard the energy generated by debate over invisible demon Dorje Shugden? It has caused murder, mayhem and the erection of a Berlin wall through Ganden monastery. I can’t see how either side has an ethical or pragmatic leg to stand on.