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Cultural Integration Between China and Malaysia in the Context of “Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)”—Taking “Oriental Resonance” as an Example

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Xin Tang, Houjie Yu, Qiao Feng*

School of Visual Arts Design, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.

*Corresponding author: Qiao Feng

Published: July 3,2024

Abstract

With the aim of facilitating the amalgamation and mutual enrichment of traditional Chinese and Malaysian cultural elements, we developed a Web-based Interactive Artwork named "Oriental Resonance". This work is rooted in the traditional contexts of Malaysian and Chinese cultures, ingeniously integrating both natural and synthesized sounds from these nations with representative visual patterns. In this digital media project, we adopted an interdisciplinary approach, merging graphic design, digital media, and computer technology. As an exemplar of cultural integration, "Oriental Resonance" not only preserves the rich traditions of China and Malaysia but also significantly contributes to the continuation and innovation of the shared cultural heritage along the Silk Road. This research structurally expands the tangible achievements in cultural exchange under the "Belt and Road Initiative", fostering unity and collaboration between diverse cultures. It provides new opportunities for humanistic exchanges between participating nations, promoting the coexistence and integration of multiple cultures.

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How to cite this paper

Cultural Integration Between China and Malaysia in the Context of “Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)”—Taking “Oriental Resonance” as an Example

How to cite this paper: Xin Tang, Houjie Yu, Qiao Feng. (2024) Cultural Integration Between China and Malaysia in the Context of “Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)”—Taking “Oriental Resonance” as an Examples. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science8(6), 1475-1480.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2024.06.030