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Frontiers in Sport Research, 2022, 4(6); doi: 10.25236/FSR.2022.040604.

Development of Hakka Sports Culture under the Belt and Road


Wu Jianhui1,2, Zheng Guohua1,3

Corresponding Author:
Wu Jianhui

1Krirk University, Nakang, Bangkok, 10220, Thailand

2Gannan Normal University, Ganzhou, Jiangxi, 341000, China

3Shanghai University of Sport, Shanghai, 200438, China


With the continuous enhancement of China’s soft power of culture, the country pays more and more attention to the high-quality output of culture, especially sports culture, which is the main breakthrough of the current cultural output. The external development strategy of “the Belt and Road” mainly takes the Silk Road as the main connecting point, effectively connecting many countries along the route, providing important opportunities for the export of sports culture in terms of politics, economy and physical education. Hakka sports culture has strong national and regional characteristics, but it still faces many challenges in the process of development, which has brought a certain impact on the effective output of sports culture.


The Belt and Road; Hakka; Sports culture; Development

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Wu Jianhui, Zheng Guohua. Development of Hakka Sports Culture under the Belt and Road. Frontiers in Sport Research (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 6: 20-23. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2022.040604.


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