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Research on the Cultivation of College Students’ Ability to Spread Confucian Culture to the Worldwide in the New Era

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DOI: 10.23977/avte.2021.030212 | Downloads: 13 | Views: 969

Author(s)

Tang Dongdong 1, Meng Yanmeng 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Qingdao Huanghai College, Qingdao 266427, China

Corresponding Author

Tang Dongdong

ABSTRACT

With the globalization of the world, the promotion of China’s international influence requires the external communication, exchange and cooperation of culture, and the cultivation of interdisciplinary talents with the ability of cultural communication is an important way to achieve this goal. How to realize the cultivation of contemporary college students’ ability of external communication culture? The author mainly discusses the cultivation path of Chinese mainstream culture- Confucian culture’s external communication ability.

KEYWORDS

College students in new era, Spread confucian culture to foreign countries, Capacity cultivation path

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Tang Dongdong, Meng Yanmeng. Research on the Cultivation of College Students’ Ability to Spread Confucian Culture to the Worldwide in the New Era. Advances in Vocational and Technical Education (2021) 3: 62-66. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/avte.2021.030212.

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