Current Situation and Countermeasure on the Development of Taoism Health Preserving Culture Undertaking

Pengying ZOU

Abstract


This paper starts from current situation of Taoism health preserving culture and explores it based on the topic of development of Taoism health preserving culture. Besides, the paper differentiates cultural undertakings and industries which are confused often, determines its concept and characteristics and puts forward feasible implementation steps, specific guideline and mode adapted to modern society.


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Taoism health preserving culture; Cultural undertaking; Culture industry

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