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標題: 避邪與祈福:中國獅文化的淵源及演變
作者: 江亞玉
關鍵字: Guardian lion;守護獅;Chinese lion culture;Talisman;Mascot;中國獅文化;避邪物;吉祥物
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
Project: 興大人文學報, Volume 44, Page(s) 207-232.
The lion in real life is a beast. In many ancient civilizations, lions were seen as honorable and brave, and were the symbol of Nobles. Lions in ancient China were also believed to have this same identity. In addition to bringing good luck, Chinese thought lions could get rid of evil spirits. After the dynasty of Dong-Han, lions have been represented in sculptures, folk dancing, structures of Feng-shui, and artistic decorations. Originally, the Chinese lion culture was from the West as well as southern Asia and brought to China in the Han Dynasty; however, lions have been transformed into traditional Chinese charms in terms of folk culture. In comparison with lion cultures in other countries of the world, Chinese lion culture is varied and unique.

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