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Frontiers in Sport Research, 2020, 2(3); doi: 10.25236/FSR.2020.020301.

The Traditional Thought of Chinese Wushu and Its Educational Significance to Contemporary Times


Wang Xiang1, Li Aihua2, Chen Xiaofei3

Corresponding Author:
Wang Xiang

1 Guangdong Aib Polytechnic, Guangzhou 510000, China
2 3 Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100089, China


Chinese Wushu has a long history, in which the penetration of traditional thought is the treasure of Chinese culture, in the current educational practice still has a certain guiding significance. This study reviews the development and evolution of Chinese Wushu, and introduces the traditional thoughts of loyalty to the country, respect for teachers, good Samaritans, self-reliance and the way of harmony, respectively, with historical documents as the main research method. Based on this, combined with the current needs of education and teaching practice, this paper analyzes the significance of Wushu for the comprehensive, harmonious, free and full development of the potential of individual life, revealing the educational and inheritance of Wushu spirit.


Chinese wushu; Traditional thinking; Education significance

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Wang Xiang, Li Aihua, Chen Xiaofei. The Traditional Thought of Chinese Wushu and Its Educational Significance to Contemporary Times. Frontiers in Sport Research (2020) Vol. 2 Issue 3: 1-5. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2020.020301.


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