Research on Wushu Culture of Southwest Pictorial Stone Brick of Han Dynasty
Zexiu Ai, Zhenhua Guo
Available Online February 2016.
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- Wushu Culture; Pictorial Stone Brick of Han Dynasty; Han Dynasty
- This paper studies Wushu culture of southwest pictorial stone/brick of han dynasty using the methods of literature material method, field investigation method and related knowledge such as discipline of ethnology, cultural geography, history cultural geography and so on. The study finds that: In Han dynasty, with the augmentation of the exploitation of the unified empire, the martial arts culture of southwest went through the development course of an increasing prosperity, the various aspects such as the generalization, a standard, the diversity of Wushu culture and so on have gained unprecedented development. The regional cultural phenomenon presented that Chinese martial arts culture acted as the main body, martial arts culture of ethnic minorities was complementary. The closure of the geographical environment and the increasing scale of migration, the improve traffic conditions, made southwest Wushu culture have the characteristics of closure and open; The increasing of the military war promoted the development of martial arts; The diversity of ethnic groups promoted the diversity of Wushu culture; Influenced by religious consciousness, Wushu culture appeared rich WuHua and indigenous color. Short weapons were used universally, especially the crossbow developed greatly. The study aims to better research southwest sports culture of Han dynasty, and to provide reference for southwest sports culture construction.
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TY - CONF AU - Zexiu Ai AU - Zhenhua Guo PY - 2016/02 DA - 2016/02 TI - Research on Wushu Culture of Southwest Pictorial Stone Brick of Han Dynasty BT - International Conference on Electronics, Mechanics, Culture and Medicine PB - Atlantis Press SP - 503 EP - 507 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-15.2016.95 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-15.2016.95 ID - Ai2016/02 ER -