Chinese Culture and Modern Life—On the Theory of Resources and Basic Context of Chinese Cultural Soft Power to Enhance

Wei GUAN, Shuang LÜ, Quanjiao YU


To enhance the soft power of Chinese culture, an important issue is to analyze and clean up the theory of cultural soft power resources and the Current Context. Cultural soft power to enhance the theoretical resources that is Chinese traditional culture, Context that enhance cultural soft power is the modern life. But, traditional culture is not a dead, past existence, but a process of constant development; the modern life is not the life style and the thinking mode which the West leads; traditional culture is a national, special, modern life is also diverse, optional.

Key words: Soft power; Tradition; Traditional culture; Modern life


Soft power; Tradition; Traditional culture; Modern life


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