Significance of Protection and Publicity of Chinese Cultural Heritage

Lizhi SHI

Abstract


Cultural heritage not only has historical value, but also contains some enlightenment of future development trend. The protection of cultural heritage reflects human consciousness of subjectivity, inter-subjectivity and history in the cultural sense. Its rich national connotation needs to be conveyed to international friends through “reprocessing”. The publicity of Chinese cultural heritage is of great significance to the cultural reconstruction, cultural identity, cultural self-confidence and cultural self-esteem of China.

Keywords


Cultural heritage; Protection; Publicity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11329

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