A Probe into the Mechanism of Cultural Prosperity in Tibet’s Separation Period under the Background of Internet Big Data

Changtao Sun


The period of division and separatism was another period of high cultural and educational development after the Tubo Dynasty in Tibetan history, which formed a prosperous situation of “a hundred flowers blooming and a hundred schools of thought contending” in the history of Tibetan culture. The prosperity and decline of culture in different periods have certain commonalities and regularities in nature. There is a close relationship between culture and education. The prosperity of culture can promote the progress of education. In turn, the progress of education can promote the prosperity of culture. Also in today’s Internet age, through concentrated research and analysis of the development and evolution of Tibetan culture and during the period of Tibet’s separatism, providing some historical references for today’s Tibetan education, the traditional Tibetan culture can better adapt to the present.


Split Period; Tibetan Culture; Mechanism; Education

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/le.v10i2.2646


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