‘Passing on Chinese traditional culture through education’

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05/31/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

For a long time, Chinese traditional classics have played a significant role in children’s education, with China’s primary and secondary education focusing on the inheritance and promotion of fine traditional culture.

Given the broad market of traditional education, major websites are also producing innovative audio-visual programs to interpret and promote classics, in a bid to provide children with easy access to traditional literature.

According to Professor Xu Yong of Beijing Normal University, the main purposes are to present the elegance and refinement of Chinese culture, and to ensure the cultural identity of the Chinese people.

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