The Unearthed Literature and the Culture of Health Preservation Teaching

Wenwen CHENG, Xiancheng ZHANG


The unearthed literature provided rich and precious materials to the culture of health preservation teaching. The thinking of  “correspondence between man and nature” and opposition and mutual basement of Yinyang and imitation combined with performance were the dominant ideas and important component parts of the culture of health preservation teaching. Students can have a better understanding of the Chinese traditional culture and inheritance on traditional culture in order to go into it by learning the culture of health preservation.


The unearthed literature; Culture of health preservation; Teaching

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