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The Daur Hanika's Static Protection and Living Inheritance Model from the Perspective of Intangible Cultural Heritage

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0001031


Dandan Qi , Jiaxin Liu

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Dandan Qi


Hanika, a form of folk art, came into being with the production and life of the Daur people, and it continued to mature in social life. The Daur people have their own language, but they do n’t have their own words. Therefore, Hanika as a puppet accommodates various folk crafts such as paper cutting and decoration. After a long period of historical evolution and changes, the Daur folk customs have greatly changed the fertile soils on which Hanika lives and inherits. From the perspective of the protection of intangible cultural heritage, exploring the static protection and living inheritance model of Hanika has important practical significance and cultural value to the inheritance and protection of minority traditional arts.


Daur Nationality; Hanika; Static Protection; Living Inheritance