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《Cultural Relics of Central China》 2018-03
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On the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museum: Some Thoughts on the Correlations between Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museum

Yan Jianqiang;Shao Chenhui;  
The intangible cultural heritage does not bear the materiality of the three-dimensional space of traditional cultural relics. Therefore, it may encounter a few obstacles concerning its social acceptability, both on the system and conceptual level, which may lead to chaos in its practical application as well.In order to overcome the difficulty,‘to be perceivable'is regarded as a defining element of cultural heritage, rather than ‘the materiality of the three-dimensional space'. Considering that intangible cultural heritage is presented by human actions, our perceptions of it should meet the standards of‘on-site'and‘real-time'. On the other hand, the introduction of intangible cultural heritage into museum exhibition may promote the regional culture,and enhance its impact. Moreover, it can also active and bring out the in-depth interpretation of the traditional museum exhibitions.
【CateGory Index】: G122;G269.2
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