A new generation of Chinese have found a renewed interest in Tibetan Buddhism. As they become richer, Chinese people have discovered that money is not everything in life and have begun to turn to Tibetan Buddhism. The faith has successfully expanded in Chinese society, especially in Hong Kong.
An increasing number of Chinese followers in the city participate in religious activities held at practice centres such as the Karma Kagyu Centre. The success of Tibetan Buddhism in Hong Kong shows that the attitude of the Chinese on religion is opening up.