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With the rapid development of Internet technology, Chinese traditional culture has ushered in the spring of recovery and inheritance in the context of the new era. The Internet has not only greatly expanded the channels and scope of cultural exchange, but also injected new vitality into the recovery and inheritance of traditional culture. In this era, the recovery of traditional Chinese culture is no longer restricted by geography, time and language, and people can more conveniently contact and understand the treasures of traditional Chinese culture, thus promoting the development of cultural diversity.

The Internet has provided a brand new vehicle for the dissemination of traditional culture. Through digital technology, traditional cultural resources have been digitized and networked, giving more people access to and appreciation of a rich variety of cultural forms. From online literature, online music to online movies and television, various cultural products have spread rapidly through the Internet platform, attracting a large number of young audiences. In this process, traditional culture and modern technology have realized a perfect fusion, providing a constant source of inspiration for cultural innovation.

The Internet has also promoted the prosperous development of the cultural industry. With the help of the Internet, the cultural industry can realize global layout, expand overseas markets and enhance international competitiveness. At the same time, the Internet also provides a broad stage for cultural entrepreneurs, giving them the opportunity to transform their unique cultural ideas into real productivity. In this process, the cultural industry has gradually become an important pillar of economic growth, creating a favorable external environment for cultural recovery.

In addition, the Internet has also contributed to the protection and inheritance of traditional culture. Many traditional cultures on the verge of being lost have been revitalized with the help of the Internet. For example, some local operas, folk handicrafts and other forms of traditional culture have attracted the attention and participation of more and more young people through online videos and live broadcasts. This not only enables traditional culture to be effectively passed on, but also inspires people to explore and love their cultural roots.

The revival of traditional Chinese culture in the Internet era has not only injected new vitality into traditional culture, but also promoted the prosperity of the cultural industry and the development of cultural diversity. In the context of this era, we have reason to believe that Chinese traditional culture will usher in a new era of greater prosperity, diversity and harmony.