China's traditional culture includes Confucianism, Buddhism, acrobats, strategists, Taoists, Mohists, Legalists, strategists, masters and yin-yang schools, including ancient prose, poetry, CI, Qu, Fu, national music, national drama, quyi, traditional Chinese painting, calligraphy, couplets, lantern riddles, shefu, drinking orders, Xiehouyu, as well as national costumes, living customs, classical poetry, etc.
Traditional culture is a kind of culture reflecting national characteristics and style, which is integrated by the evolution of civilization. It is the overall expression of various ideological, cultural and conceptual forms in the history of various nationalities. Its content should be all kinds of material, institutional and spiritual cultural entities and cultural consciousness existing in previous dynasties.
Traditional culture is a general term corresponding to contemporary culture and foreign culture. According to the order of Chinese history, Chinese traditional culture went through the times of Youchao, Suiren, Fuxi, Shennong (Yan Emperor), Yellow Emperor (Xuanyuan), Yao, Shun and Yu in the prehistoric period, and was established in the Xia Dynasty. Since then, it has developed continuously.