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The Living Inheritance and Promotion of Silkworm Culture in Yunlong Village of Haining City

Yunlong Village, Haining City, belongs to the sericulture farming village in Zhouwangmiao Town. It has a long history, and has formed a series of folk activities with the characteristics of sericulture silk weaving in long-term production activities. Taking the "Yunlong Village Sericulture Cultural Park", an important link in the "China Sericulture Cultural Heritage Ecological Park" planned and built by the Haining Municipal Government, the research object is carried out by means of "data collection", "field collection" and "interview records", and on the basis of government policies and existing practical research, with "school-local cooperation" as the way, the sericulture and education are combined, relying on the construction of curriculum implantation, practice base construction and transmission hall, and "silkworm culture" is carried out with the idea of "publicity and promotion" under the linkage of culture, entertainment and tourism, combined with other excellent folk customs active protection successful experience, broadened the promotion path of sericulture in Yunlong Village.

Yunlong Village, Silkworm, School-Local Cooperation, Live Promotion

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Luo Jing. (2023). The Living Inheritance and Promotion of Silkworm Culture in Yunlong Village of Haining City. American Journal of Art and Design, 8(2), 65-70. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajad.20230802.17

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Luo Jing. The Living Inheritance and Promotion of Silkworm Culture in Yunlong Village of Haining City. Am. J. Art Des. 2023, 8(2), 65-70. doi: 10.11648/j.ajad.20230802.17

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Luo Jing. The Living Inheritance and Promotion of Silkworm Culture in Yunlong Village of Haining City. Am J Art Des. 2023;8(2):65-70. doi: 10.11648/j.ajad.20230802.17

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