The ancient Chinese religion of Confucianism and the practice of Kung Fu both originated around the same time. Kungfucionism sees them as complementary, representing both social and individual paths to development.
Budo refers to the philosophical and ethical code of the Japanese samurai, as well as the range of Japanese martial arts still practiced today.
The original Buddhist teachings were largely free from metaphysics and concentrated only on improving the psychological health of human beings. Bodhism concentrates on those original ideas.
The follower of Yogism is generally someone who believes in the practices of yoga but not necessarily the cosmological and metaphysical aspects that come with it.
Dudeism is essentially a modernized version of Taoism which uses the film The Big Lebowski as its primarly liturgical vehicle. You can visit Dudeism (The Church of the Latter-Day Dude) at www.dudeism.com
Jediism is inspired a great deal by Daoism. Essentially seeing the universe as a duality of dark and light, the Jediist tries to push the balance to the light and keep the dark at bay.
Taoism is one of the world’s great religions. Birthed in Ancient China, it also influenced several other religions, including Confucianism (which it mostly opposed) and Buddhism (which it merged with to create Zen). Based on the idea that there is a natural law or “way” at work in the world which gives rise to universal patterns of ethics and organization, Taoism is primarily a metaphysical framework for living.