Conflict and Integration of Chinese and Western Cultures
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Globalization has become an irreversible trend in today's world, and is sweeping every corner of the world at an increasingly rapid pace. Faced with the spread of Western learning to the east, cultural traditionalism, cultural eclecticism and cultural nihilism have emerged in modern China. This paper compares the historical origin, values and ways of thinking of Chinese and Western cultures. In the process of intercultural communication, both sides of communication respect each other's cultural customs more and make their cultural identity recognized. Under the context of cultural globalization, this paper explores the conflicts and integration of Chinese and Western cultures, and correctly examines the differences between Chinese and Western cultures. Cultural traditionism is a kind of cultural thoughts that emerged from the invasion of modern Western capitalism in China. It is also one of the most important manifestations of the conflict between Chinese and Western cultures in modern times. Only by thoroughly rethinking China's traditional culture and exploring the reasons for China's backwardness from a deeper cultural field can we lead China to a path of prosperity.
Chinese and Western Culture, Cultural Exchange, Globalization