Disseminating Chinese Ceramic Culture by Means of Ceramic Stories



The Chinese national strategy of “Chinese Culture Going Global” calls for telling the story of China and conveying the voice of China to the world. Chinese ceramic historical stories, ceramic style stories, ceramic painting stories and ceramic folk stories all contain extensive and profound Chinese culture. Disseminating these Chinese ceramic stories abroad can spread Chinese culture, promote Chinese civilization and contribute to the national strategy of “Chinese Culture Going Global”.


Ceramic story; Ceramic culture; Cultural communication; Dissemination

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11232


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