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Influences of the Culture of the Man Nationality Upon Capital Culture

Yan Chongnian (Social Science Institute of Beijing,Beijing\ 100101)  
The Culture of the Man nationality used to be a hunting type.Because the Man nationality had looked up to the culture of the Han nationality that was agricultural one,they protected and used the palaces of the Ming Dynasty in Beijing after getting into the south of the Great Wall.The culture of the building and folk custom of the Man had a great influence upon palaces,monasteries,buildings,language,literature and arts,folk custom and food in Beijing.After getting into Beijing,the rulers of the Man carried out the culture of the Man nationality and policy that the people of the Man and others lived in two separate places.These policies caused the people of the Han untold suffering and formed two different cultural circles.Their differences were merged in the course of associating each other.This promoted the development of splendid culture of the Chinese Nation. [
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