National and Local demands and the Law of Industrial Development

Theoretical Thoughts on the Cultural Industry Corridor of Tibetan,Qiang and Yi Ethnic Groups


2019-03-12 07:36

Li Yan
Journal of Shenzhen University

Abstract: The Tibetan-Yi Cultural Corridor was first proposed by Mr. Fei Xiaotong in the early 1980s, aiming to provide a theoretical evidence for the diversity and unity of Chinese nation from the perspective of ethnology. Guided by the concept of coordinated development of the country, the Cultural Industry Corridor of Tibetan, Qiang and Yi Ethnic Groups was proposed from the perspective of promoting the development of the western region, and the synchronous development of ethnic minority areas and common prosperity, which reflects the national and local demands and rights and interests in the process of modernization, and has logical support for the integration and development of regional cultures and economies. However, in the process of cultivating the Cultural Industry Corridor of Tibetan, Qiang and Yi Ethnic Groups, there are also many complex contradictions in social structure and industrial development between national demands and the rights and interests of local development and the law of cultural industry development. Only when we clear up the contradictions between national and local demands and the development of cultural industry in terms of market basis, allocation of industrial elements and the factors affecting the development of regional cultural industry, and understand the basic conditions and objective constraints of zonal development can regional cultural industry develop in an orderly and healthy way.

Key words: the Cultural Industry Corridor of Tibet, Qiang and Yi Ethnic Groupsnational demandslocal rights and interestscultural industry; law of industrial development

The Chinese version appeared in Journal of Shenzhen University, 2019(01).


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