Research on the Practical Path of Promoting Cultural Self-confidence with Red Resources


  • Wenxiao Hu
  • Xiaoli Duan



Red Culture, Red Resources, Cultural Confidence, Practice


Red cultural resources have been formed along the path of revolutionary practices led by the Communist Party in its journey with the people. Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the work on the protection and utilization of red cultural resources has received high-level attention from the Party's leadership. Over the more than a century since the founding of the Communist Party of China, spanning across the vast 9.6 million square kilometers of land, the imprints left behind embody a rich tapestry of red cultural heritage. This encompasses physical cultural relics such as revolutionary sites and martyr’s cemeteries, as well as intangible heritage like revolutionary ballads and heroic tales, forming a legacy that is contiguous with China's fine traditional culture. While material wealth has seen a surge in the new era, the cultural landscape has become a mixed bag of quality and mediocrity. Thus, the pivotal challenge lies in how to protect and utilize red resources, harnessing their unique strengths, which is key to significantly enhancing cultural confidence. The conservation and strategic deployment of red cultural resources, therefore, entail tapping into their historical depth, educational value, and their capacity to inspire national pride. In an era where cultural preservation competes with rapid modernization, it is crucial to preserve the authenticity of red cultural resources while innovatively integrating them into contemporary contexts, ensuring they remain a powerful catalyst for cultural confidence and a cornerstone of national identity.


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How to Cite

Hu, W., & Duan, X. (2024). Research on the Practical Path of Promoting Cultural Self-confidence with Red Resources. International Journal of Social Sciences and Public Administration, 3(2), 83-88.

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