Chinese Cultural Fever

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Chinese Cultural Fever - (Chinese, trad. 文化熱, simpl. 文化热, pinyin Wénhuàrè) was a cultural tendency in China in the late 1980s, started with economic reforms. It can be considered the first independent cultural initiative in China since 1949. After a period of isolation, China opened to Western Thought. This tendency ended in 1989 due to the sudden change of political climate.

Literature[edit]

  • Zhang X. On Some Motifs in the Chinese "Cultural Fever" of the Late 1980s: Social Change, Ideology, and Theory. Social Text. No. 39 (Summer, 1994), pp. 129–156.
  • Zhang X. Chinese Modernism in the Era of Reforms: Cultural Fever, Avant-Garde Fiction, and the New Chinese Cinema. 1997.
  • Wang J. High Culture Fever: Politics, Aesthetics, and Ideology in Deng's China. 1996.
  • Chang L. Culture fever // Encyclopedia of contemporary Chinese culture. Compiled by EdwART. 2011. http://contemporary_chinese_culture.academic.ru/165/culture_fever