Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Innovations in Economic Management and Social Science (IEMSS 2017)

The Study of Recreations in A hundred Children at Play and Living Condition of Children in Song Dynasty:

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Xia Hua
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Xia Hua
Available Online April 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/iemss-17.2017.161How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Children, Recreations, Nuo Dance, Living Condition, Status.
Abstract
This essay explains the connection between children's entertainment and the life, and the status of Children in Song dynasty. In contrast to some popular games, Nuo( , to exorcise evil spirits) dance is so uncommon that it could be associated with medical issues, the attitudes of the Government. Therefore, Nuo dance for children in the painting contains the auspicious implications, and it also shows that the government pays great attention to the education of children: these portrayals do not aim to show how children really amused themselves, but rather how they are being introduced into the adult world they have yet to participate in.
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