Interpretation of the Sport Culture of Original State of Man Nation: A Case Study of Liaodian Villages of Compact Communities of ManChu

Daxin LI


The sport culture of original state of Man nation began from the past. Now it is still alive. The cultures of Chenchu ball, Saiweihu, Xuedi Walk and shoulie are related with special landform, ancestry and abundant culture traits. They represent the customs and labor means of Man nation. The sport cultures are changing, because of the development inside and contact with outside. However, there is a regular pattern in the changes which is culture congruence.


Original state; Sport culture; Change; Man nation

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