Influence of Dongyi Culture on Contemporary Folk-Custom Sports Activities

Fengying XU, Daxin LI

Abstract


As an important source of Chinese civilization, Dongyi culture has a relatively special history position. Dongyi culture has a significant impact on Chinese civilization from the aspects of life, culture, ideology and morals. In ancient time, different nationalities that lived in Shandong area of China created their own cultures through their lives and work, and the cultures are called Dongyi culture. In Dongyi culture, characteristics of the folk-custom activities show intense Dongyi ethnic colors. In modern time, main characteristics of folk-custom sports activities are their regional and national characteristics; therefore, Dongyi culture has a strong influence on contemporary folk-custom sports activities.


Keywords


Dongyi culture; Folk-custom activities; Regional

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9126

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