With the continuous excavation of historical materials about the Reform and Reform and the continuous improvement of the quality of scholars in recent years, the academic research on the 1911 Revolution is increasing. However, there are still gaps in the cultural and educational impact of the Reform and Reform. Therefore, this article will study the changes in the cultural and educational fields of society during the reform period under the guidance of historical materialism. As a revolution, the reform had an impact on the society, politics, culture and other aspects at that time. By examining the first historical materials of famous figures at that time and the research of scholars' papers, it can be seen that many new changes in culture have appeared. Trends of thought, for example, in the reform of academies and academies, the combination of traditional Confucian classics and Western teaching ideas, the ideological reform of local scholars has prompted different local support methods for reform and reform, and the westernization of art, with more. The characteristics of Buddhism and Zen and the color of psychology are all concrete examples under the general trend of continuous integration of Chinese and Western cultures during the reform period.
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A Pilot Study of the Cultural and Educational Impacts of the Hundred Days Reform
How to cite this paper: Siyu Zhong. (2022) A Pilot Study of the Cultural and Educational Impacts of the Hundred Days Reform. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, 6(3), 374-377.