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Healing gardens, originating from developed Western countries such as the United States, play a crucial role in enhancing both physiological and psychological well-being, as well as rehabilitation. Classical Chinese gardens inherently embody profound elements conducive to health, yet unlike Western Healing gardens, they have not formed a scientific research system. This paper delves into the literature and imagery to comprehensively understand the therapeutic concepts embedded in traditional Chinese gardens. Building upon the existing Western frameworks and the foundation of Chinese culture, it constructs a relatively comprehensive perspective of Healing gardens from the standpoint of Oriental gardens. Furthermore, the paper summarizes and anticipates the research on Healing gardens in China within this context.
This essay examines the challenges and strategies associated with the preservation of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) in the rapidly modernizing context of China. This study is aimed to provide practical guidance for safeguarding ICH by utilizing the sustainable development theory. The research methodology involves conducting comprehensive investigations, analyzing case studies, and examining the social, environmental, and economic dimensions of ICH preservation. Final findings indicate that the modernization of ICH can enhance its sustainability by striking a balance between market demands and the preservation of its intrinsic essence. However, it is crucial to avoid inappropriate modernization that may dilute or commodify ICH, thereby jeopardizing its cultural sustainability. The originality of this study lies in its emphasis on the importance of innovative approaches that consider the perspectives of local communities in promoting and preserving ICH. Overall, this research contributes to the understanding of ICH preservation and provides valuable insights into the development of effective strategies and policies for ensuring its long-term sustainability.
This paper discusses the construction of the ecological field of innovation and entrepreneurship education in colleges and universities, emphasizing the characteristics of diversified integration and development. As a complete ecosystem, innovation and entrepreneurship education in colleges and universities includes the elements of educational value leading, professional knowledge teaching, information literacy cultivation and practical ability cultivation. Problems and challenges in the construction of the ecological field of innovation and entrepreneurship education in colleges and universities, as well as the thinking stereotypes and realistic obstacles that need to be overcome. This paper puts forward useful thoughts and suggestions on the construction of ecological field of innovation and entrepreneurship education in colleges and universities based on the field theory.
The real dilemma of innovation and entrepreneurship education in China's colleges and universities includes the problems of biased conceptual understanding, fragmented curriculum system, weak comprehensive ability, deviation of evaluation system, and lack of linkage guarantee. This article puts forward a reform path for the above problems, including building a "practice-oriented" education and training system around talent cultivation goals, building an action research-based innovation and entrepreneurship education reform and innovation system based on problem orientation, improving a multi-level, multi-indicator, diversified and multi-dimensional evaluation system, and focusing on a synergistic support system for internal cooperation and external outreach. The article emphasizes the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship education and puts forward specific paths and methods to solve the real problems.