What factors contribute to the increasing global popularity of Chinese traditional national culture?




Feng ian

Is it? I haven’t realized.

The world is getting increasingly Americanized in culture, probabaly as one of the last blows of the US to the world, like how the Roman Empire poisoned Europe and humanity with its “legacy” of Christianity.





When I see Arabs in the gulf states, I see they also eat in KFC and Mcdonald and get obese and fat just like the Americans.

When I see South Korea, Netflix is killing their industry by bringing South Korean actors and directors on board. The same thing already happened way back in HK since 1996 when Hollywood made its move.



So far, every European born since 1990s is getting more and more Americanized than their predecessors. They speak in better English, use more English vocabularies in daily conversation and feel more connected to the American entertainment and get doped (the American’s catestrophic failure to contain drug which then inevitably leads to decriminalization and legalization of some and even becoming part of the popular culture spreads to Europe eventually), and etc. And so are their social studies (like Macron said, the French universities teach American social studies theories to promote “diversity” and PC in France). And it has come to a time when the French need to defend their language from English.


Needless to say LGBTQ, Metoo. Even average guys in China nowadays know those concepts in English and the madness in America. That’s the power of globalization and tech. But even speaking against them is part of the agenda because you are trapped in the narrative set up by the Americans. They occupy your mind, steal your time and poison your brain.


Sure, there are some local resistant movements, like coffee shops in Italy against Starbucks. But they lack structural competitiveness against the empire of cultural industry, much like the loose and decentralized and localized Pagans in Rome against organized Christians. Unless they are mobilized like Hindus in India, or use fists and blades like Chinese and Japanese, they will be defeated, converted, indoctrinated eventually.


So far, the only prominent challenger is China (mostly project its influence across East Asia and Southeast Asia with few occasions in Africa, Latin America and etc). But even that would require a tremendous amount of resources from those regions. A typical example would be that the Taiwanese are watching Chinese dramas on the a regular basis and Taiwan’s cultural industry is dead (the rest is taken by Netflix, just like South Korea).

Regionally, Turkey, Russia, India as I notice are also swallowing their neighbors through cultural products based on killing the local’s.



Anyway, we seem to slide into last stage of neoliberal global capitalism.

The real diversity and mulcturalism as a result are gradually coming to an end, replaced by a plastic fake one made up for consumerism.






Puneet Singhal

Chinese traditional national culture has been enjoying growing global popularity due to several factors. However, it's also essential to consider the complexty of China's international presence, characterized by a fascinating interplay of cultural allure and critical issues.


1. Rich History and Culture: China's 5000-year history has gifted the world with a rich tapestry of cultural elements, including philosophy, art, literature, and more. The philosophies of Confucius, Laozi, and Sun Tzu have had global influence, while Chinese literature, calligraphy, and traditional painting continue to be admired worldwide.

1. 丰富的历史和文化:中国5000年的历史给世界带来了包括哲学、艺术、文学等在内的丰富多彩的文化元素。孔子、老子和孙子的哲学思想在全球都颇具影响力,中国的文学、书法和传统绘画长期受到世界各国的推崇。

2. Chinese Cuisine: Chinese food, with its varied regional cuisines, has gained massive popularity globally. The artful blend of flavors, diverse ingredients, and unique cooking techniques make it a favorite among food lovers worldwide.

2. 中餐:中国菜以丰富多样的地方菜系在全球范围内广受欢迎。中餐巧妙地融合了各种口味、多种配料和独特的烹饪技术,深受世界各地美食爱好者的喜爱。

3. Influence of Media and Entertainment: The global success of Chinese films, TV dramas, and the broader entertainment industry, including the rise of K-Pop, has contributed to a surge in interest in Chinese culture. For instance, films like "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" or "Hero" have made significant cultural impacts internationally.

3. 媒体和娱乐的影响:中国电影、电视剧和庞大的娱乐产业在全球都大获成功,促使人们对中国文化的兴趣大大增加。例如,《卧虎藏龙》或《英雄》等电影就为国际社会带来了重大的文化影响。

4. Globalization and International Relations: China's role as a global economic powerhouse has led to an increase in cultural exchange. People around the world are more exposed to Chinese culture through business, tourism, and education.

4. 全球化与国际关系:中国作为全球经济强国的角色促进了文化交流的增多。世界各地的人们通过商业、旅游和教育等方式,更多地接触到中国文化。

5. Martial Arts: The popularity of martial arts, such as Tai Chi and Kung Fu, has spread Chinese culture globally. These arts, embodying philosophy and physical discipline, have a wide appeal.

5. 武术:武术的流行,例如太极拳和功夫,将中国文化传播到了全球各地。这些武术招式体现了中国哲学和体魄训练,具有强大的吸引力。

The increasing global popularity of Chinese traditional national culture reflects the world's fascination with its rich and diverse heritage. However, understanding China in its entirety requires us to critically engage with its political practices, ensuring we appreciate its culture while advocating for de ocratic values and human ri hts.





Mr One in a Million.

That would be the Taiwan, and Chinese diaspora; the people who left China in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th Centuries, who preserved much of what we know of Chinese culture.

Mainland China HAS no national culture left; at least, not anything genuine






Ruby Tsao


How has traditional Chinese culture been affected by modernity and globalization?

Instead of respect for authority in the hierarchy in traditional Chinese culture, modern ideas of freedom and de ocracy have placed more respect for the masses and for individual freedom and dignity. Rich or poor, equal opportunities in public education on modern subjects give individuals freedom to make life choices to realize his/her full potential. This is how women in China achieve equality in society. Modernity removes the abuse by authority in traditional culture. Confucian values of education, good character, family harmony and good governance are still qualities of good citizenship to contribute to success in life.







Kevin Anderson

Here in Australia, Mandarin is the second most commonly spoken language at home.

There is continuing interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine, because recent migrants from China are interested in their traditional remedies/medicines/dietary supplements.

Here in Australia, there is detailed analysis of proposed pharmaceuticals/dietary supplements of any compound.

Thus far, there is no Traditional Chinese Medicine product approved.

Thanks for asking.








Sekiguchi Masanori

This question has a false premise. Chinese traditional national culture, whatever that may be, is not seeing any global increase in popularity. In fact, students choosing to study Chinese language are decreasing in number in many countries such as the US.





Peter Ole Kvint

In traditional Chinese culture, women live as prisoners and birth machines without the need to be able to walk.

What you experience today is a courtesan culture that exsted in the past, especially in the Tang Dynasty.






Paul Lee

The Chinese diaspora extends to every corner of the World, influencing the local people and culture enormously. First and foremost, everyone seems to love Chinese food. That’s the entry to its global popularity.






In fact, to put it simply, China's business has become bigger, almost all countries have business dealings with China, and they naturally want to understand China, so it is slowly popularizing.








Are Chinese the most culturally superior people?

Even though I'm Chinese, I have to say no.



Two reasons.


First, "cultural superiority" cannot be quantified. This makes a comparison like this not possible, unless you come up with a way to objectively measure "cultural superiority."

Second, we will have a paradox if we assume Chinese culture is superior. Unlike what most people think, Chinese culture is not homogeneous, not exclusive, and not constant. Over the course of three thousand years, our culture has evolved and absorbed A LOT of foreign elements.



So, if other cultures are inferior to Chinese culture, what about the significant parts of our culture that we absorbed from them? I think it'd be very illogical.


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