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Research on the Integration of Multicultural Integration Education and Ethnic Minority Culture

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DOI: 10.25236/iwacle.2018.052


Du Jianhua

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Du Jianhua


China is a country with many ethnic minorities. There are 56 flowers of 56 ethnic groups, each with its own ethnic traditional culture and ethnic traditional customs. They together form the large family of the People's Republic of China. In the course of the development of Chinese civilization history about 5,000 years ago, on the one hand, the Han culture is compatible with and absorbs a large number of rain and dew essences of ethnic minority cultures, which makes Han culture more abundant and perfect; On the other hand, while gradually learning from each other through various means, various ethnic minorities also jointly absorb and integrate Han culture. They learn Chinese characters, learn all elements of Han civilization, and so on. All in all, these 56 ethnic cultures coexist in harmony and coexist like pomegranates, forming a common Chinese culture. Although cultures of different nationalities have different cultural elements, their cultural penetration, integration, and communication can always be harmoniously unified through people's different forms of culture and art in their lives. As a result, it has formed the Chinese national culture with Chinese characteristics. It is true that due to the one-dimensional nature of time objectively, things of the past are difficult to reproduce, and more national cultures are being lost and sinicized. Some of the traditional cultural characteristics of ethnic minorities appear to be weak and obvious; Some traditional cultures of ethnic minorities are too rigid to speak of reform and innovation. These conditions are obviously not conducive to the inheritance and development of the traditional culture of the nation.


Ethnic Minority Traditional Culture, Cultural Integration, Inheritance and Development, Multiple Integration Education