Guangxi’s subjects spread all over the world: the collision between cultural output and local identity

Original title: Guangxi subjects spread all over the world: the collision between cultural output and local identity

Recently, the dance of subject three in Guangxi has aroused widespread concern and imitation around the world. From home and abroad, many celebrities have joined this dance, including Joanna, Yang li Ping and Pamela, the world champions of Latin dance. This phenomenon is not only an entertainment phenomenon, but also a cultural output.

On the one hand, it has a strong appeal. The dance movements of subject three are easy to learn and have a strong sense of rhythm, which makes people unconsciously swing along with them. This happy atmosphere can easily be passed on to others, so that they can also feel this happy mood. On the other hand, it is also because of the spreading power of the Internet. In today’s era of information explosion, the network has become the main way for people to obtain information and entertainment. Through social media, short video platforms and other channels, Guangxi subject III has spread rapidly around the world and become a global cultural phenomenon.

However, with the popularity of Guangxi subject three, there are also some different voices. Some people think that it has a unique charm, and some people think that this dance is too simple, rustic and lacking in artistry. It is a vulgar cultural phenomenon and is not worth pursuing and popularizing. So, how should we view this phenomenon?

In fact, the emergence and development of any cultural phenomenon has its profound historical background and social soil. Subject III is popular because it represents the life attitude and emotional expression of local people in Guangxi. This is an original ecological cultural experience and a unique charm rooted in the local area, which attracts people to explore the charm of Guangxi culture.

In addition, the so-called "soil" is actually a relative concept. In today’s pluralistic era, cultural boundaries are gradually blurring. Many cultural forms that were originally regarded as "earth" can also glow with brand-new vitality and become the representatives of fashion after proper innovation and packaging. This is the case with the dance of subject three. Although it originated from the folk, it has won the love of the global audience because of its unique charm and appeal.

Therefore, we should look at the popularity of Guangxi subject three from a macro perspective. This is not only a popular dance form, but also a manifestation of cultural self-confidence. It shows the world the profound cultural heritage and people’s spiritual outlook of Guangxi and even China. This is a rare cultural resource and an important support for us to establish a cultural image on the international stage.

In fact, the collision between cultural output and local identity is inevitable. In the process of globalization, it is normal for cultures to blend and collide. Cultural identity is a complicated process, which involves the cognition, understanding and respect of local culture. Therefore, for the evaluation of subject three, we should respect everyone’s views and feelings, and at the same time, we need to guide people to try to understand and appreciate it from a multicultural perspective. Although it may not meet some people’s aesthetic standards, its existence and popularity also reflect the diversity and vitality of China’s local culture.

Of course, we should also realize that any culture needs to keep pace with the times. For the traditional cultural form of Guangxi Kemusan, how to innovate on the basis of maintaining its original flavor and make it better integrated with modern culture is an important topic before us. This requires cultural workers to dig deep into the connotation of local culture, find the connection point between traditional culture and modern life, inject new vitality into the inheritance and development of traditional culture, and let more young people feel its unique beauty.

The popularity of subject three in Guangxi is not only a manifestation of cultural output, but also a manifestation of local identity. For the so-called "soil", we should treat it with an open and inclusive attitude, respecting tradition and being brave in innovation. Only in this way can we better inherit and develop local culture and make it shine more brightly in the exchange and collision of world cultures.

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