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International Journal of Art Innovation and Development, 2022, 3(4); doi: 10.38007/IJAID.2022.030402.

Application and Biological Safety of Nano Materials in Dragon and Lion Dance


Manollin Kautish

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Manollin Kautish

Gachon University, Republic of Korea


Dragon and lion dance is an important part of Chinese culture, which plays an important role in carrying forward the excellent traditional culture and implementing the strategy of sports power. The traditional dragon and lion dance equipment in the selection of materials is more casual, there are many deficiencies. At present, under the background of modern sports, higher requirements are put forward for the equipment selection of dragon and lion dance. At present, the mainstream approach is to integrate nano material technology. However, due to the characteristics of nano particles, nano materials pose a potential health threat to human body. Therefore, this paper puts forward the application of nano materials in dragon and lion dance exercise and its biological safety research. Through the study of basic theory and core concepts, this paper believes that the application of nano materials in competitive sports will have a direct impact on sports performance. According to the demand characteristics of dragon and lion dance, nano materials will be widely used in this field, and can effectively improve the comprehensive performance of sports equipment, optimize the experience and comfort. In view of the possible health threat of nano materials to human body, this paper established the corresponding experimental scheme of biological safety detection of nano materials. The experimental scheme adopts the way of animal model, which can better restore the use of human body. A number of comparative experiments including hemolysis rate test, cytotoxicity test, bacteriostatic rate and relative cell proliferation rate were carried out. Through the analysis of experimental data, it can be seen that nano materials have no toxicity, hemolysis and other reactions in the normal use process, and have good biological safety. The research in this paper has achieved ideal results and made a contribution to the biosafety research of nanomaterials.


Dragon and Lion Dance, Nanometer Material, Biosafety Testing, Animal Model

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Manollin Kautish. Application and Biological Safety of Nano Materials in Dragon and Lion Dance. International Journal of Art Innovation and Development (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 4: 14-27. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJAID.2022.030402.


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