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Research on Inheritance Education of Miao Batik

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2021.030317 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 788


Yiying Liu 1,2, Young Chun Ko 3


1 Department of Education, Graduate School, Sehan University, Chonnam, 58447, Korea
2 College of Science, Hunan City University, Yiyang Hunan, 413000, China
3 Department of Teaching Profession, Sehan University, Chonnam, 58447, Korea

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Yiying Liu


Batik, as a typical representative of Miao intangible culture, has formed a unique historical symbol in the long-term historical development, reflecting the wisdom and wisdom of the working people. This paper takes "Xiangxi batik" as an example, analyzes the status quo of Xiangxi batik, traditional cultural connotation, and explores the inheritance research of Xiangxi batik from the perspective of education, indicating the importance of batik inheritance technology research.


Miao batik, Inheritance, Traditional technology, Research


Yiying Liu, Young Chun Ko, Research on Inheritance Education of Miao Batik. Adult and Higher Education (2021) 3: 78-90. DOI:


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