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Study on the Excellent Traditional Culture Education of Minority Nationalities and the Integration of Geographical Resources in Minority Regions—A Case Study of Sichuan Minzu College

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DOI: 10.23977/icettl.2018.71146


Jing An

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Jing An


Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture has a wide range of unique intangible cultural heritages. It excavated over 400 intangible cultural heritage items and became one of the regions with the highest number of national and provincial intangible cultural heritage projects. How to protect these cultural relics is not only the goal of the reform of the government's cultural system, but also a social hotspot that colleges and universities are concerned about. There are many ways to inherit the intangible cultural heritage, but the most important way is to spread it through education, with colleges and universities as the carrier, students as envoys, and carry forward the essence of culture. Therefore, the necessity of setting up intangible cultural heritage courses in colleges and universities is self-evident.


Ganzi Prefecture, intangible cultural heritage, inheritance education, geographical resources

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