Several Issues on the Study of Anning River National Corridor



Anning River Basin, located in the southwest of Sichuan, is a very important national corridor, and its most prominent feature is the multi-ethnic interaction as well as the resulting cultural integration and cultural diversity. On the basis of the existing relevant research, the study on this area is carried out from the ethnic interaction and cultural development as well as their relevance, which has important academic value and practical significance. There are three aspects of issues worth noting: first, the formation and evolution of ethnic pattern; second, cultural partition; third, ethnic interaction and cultural change.


Anning river; National corridor; Culture; Ethnic interaction

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