Apart from China Confucianism, China Taoism and China Buddhism as well as China superstition, most of which are considered as the mainstream of Chinese spirituality. There are also many other subordinate branches like School of Mohism, School of Legalism, School of Strategy, School of Agriculture and School of Yin and Yang and so on, and some of them used to be quite predominantly authoritative and overwhelmingly influence the world before Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism deeply and widely change China. For instance, School of Mohism before Han Dynasty, exactly before Emperor Wudi of Han Dynasty who made a final decision on prioritizing Confucianism in the national ideological system, was the dominant ideological school over Confucianism. During the period of Spring and Autumn, Taoism and Mohism were two schools in the highest flight, while Confucianism was less influential and suspected by many people at the time.
This section titled Extra China Spirituality is mainly featured of these spotlighted ideological schools and their special doctrinal thoughts aside from Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism. Many professionals in these schools are historically famous and continually further researched by many today's scholars.