The invention of tradition of Maonan flower bamboo hat from 1956AD to 2020AD

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https://doi.org/10.52152/heranca.v6i1.760

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Flower Bamboo Hats, Maonan Nationality, Chinese Society, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, Cultural Transmission

Abstract

Flower bamboo hat can be called as the gem of handicrafts of Maonan nationality of Guangxi province, as well as China's national intangible cultural heritage. This paper mainly discusses the invention of tradition of the flower bamboo hat of Maonan nationality amid the background of Chinese society from 1956AD to 2020AD. The results show that the transformation of Chinese society from 1956AD to 2020AD hasn't changed the value and connotation of flower bamboo hats. To fit into the development of society and culture, Maonan nationality chooses to transmit their culture through the media of flower bamboo hat. In the meantime, the flower bamboo hats of Maonan nationality have undergone innovations in the development of Chinese society, which maintain the everlasting vitality of in turn. There are many studies on handicraft skills, but few researches on the flower bamboo hats of Maonan nationality, even less on the relationship between the development of flower bamboo hats and Chinese social background. This research makes a qualitative study about flower bamboo hats of Maonan nationality by literature and field research.

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2023-09-15

How to Cite

Wan, H., & Sakchai, S. (2023). The invention of tradition of Maonan flower bamboo hat from 1956AD to 2020AD. Herança, 6(1), 215–231. https://doi.org/10.52152/heranca.v6i1.760