Primary Exploration on the Development of Public Leisure Sport with Chinese Characteristics

Jinrong HUANG

Abstract


The 21st century is an era featuring public leisure sport. With the continuous improvements of social living standards, leisure sport has gradually won the favor and attention of the public. Globally, due to the differences in thinking, value, manners, and customs, leisure sport in China and Western countries are quite different in terms of both form and content. While the flourish of leisure sport in China is an inexorable trend of social progress, it is also undeniable that currently the development of leisure sport in China is still facing difficulties and challenges. To achieve long-term development of leisure sport in China, it is necessary to analyze issues depending on specific situations, build a leisure sport-related theory system with Chinese characteristics in line with the national conditions, vigorously develop national and public sport events, and guide the public to do sports in a scientific and reasonable manner.


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Chinese characteristics; Public leisure; Sport development; Development trend

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