On the Evolution and Inheritance of Farming Culture in Southwest Ethnic Minority Areas

Xiaowei TIAN


Farming culture in southwest ethnic minority area is an important part of the whole Chinese farming culture. The unique natural conditions, ethnic structure and production features in southwest ethnic minority area have bred a special value of farming culture, making it play a significant role in protecting the environment and promoting ethnic harmony and regional development. Modernization has dramatically changed the environment for the evolution of farming culture. We must concise and develop the core concept and based on protection and inheritance to reasonably develop and utilize it to realize its value and promote its development.


Southwest ethnic minority areas; Farming culture; Evolution; Inheritance

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