Traditional culture will not disappear. It seems that every day we live in the conflict between modern culture and traditional culture. When you go out of the house and hear the trumpet sound, when you open your eyes to see the so-called "popular", you can't help thinking, "will traditional culture gradually disappear?" many people believe that Sophie has put all the evidence they can dig out before you.
They may say, people They are rushing to restaurants instead of cooking at home and listening to pop music, but it's not traditional. People can't imagine that ten years ago, modern people liked free air and were not bound by tradition. They offer a long list, just trying to confirm that the world is full of fashion, competition and temptation, and that traditional culture is declining and will eventually disappear.
The Mid Autumn Festival is a traditional festival in China. It used to be as important as the Spring Festival. It is usually celebrated in September or September because it is to celebrate Christmas and to some extent to appreciate the beautiful moonlight.
In western countries, the Mid Autumn Festival is like a Thanksgiving Day. People usually get together on this day. After having a good meal, people always eat delicious moon cakes and watch the moon.
The moon was always round that day, reminiscent of their beliefs and friends. This is a happy and happy day. I hope you have a wonderful Mid Autumn Festival.
In the 21st century, globalization not only has a great impact on the economic field, but also on the cultural field. It means that one aspect of the continuous dominant position of western culture is that traditional culture is being ignored and the treasure of our ancestors is gradually disappearing. How to maintain it is an urgent task.
Cultural contact and conflict are very important in cultural development Another common and inevitable key factor is how we do it. Another concern of many countries is the spread of indigenous cultural property around the world. There are concerns that in the past, when indigenous peoples were unable to control their collections, often with the consent of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific, they were removed from their territory, and trade and import of these cultural relics was becoming more and more important for Pacific countries Important because they now have their own museums and cultural centres to record, display and promote their culture, the Cook Islands delegation reported that more traditional artifacts are preserved in the Cook Islands' overseas museums than in the cook islands themselves.
The National Museum of the Cook Islands is trying to repatriate artifacts from foreign museums, but unfortunately there are few legal avenues for the return of these cultural property, and in most cases the return depends on the goodwill of the international museums concerned.