Impact of Wushu Education on the Social Adaptability of Chinese University Students


  • Tingxiu Zhang Faculty of Education, Languages, Psychology and Music, SEGi University, Malaysia
  • Boon Hooi Lim Faculty of Education, Language, Psychology and Music, SEGi University, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  • Changsi Zhang University of P.E and Sports, Beijing Normal University, China
  • Chuangang Li Faculty of Education, Language, Psychology and Music, SEGi University, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia



Wushu Education, University Students, Social Adaptability skills


Studying Wushu has a rich history deeply embedded in the national spirit. This study focused on Wushu education's impact on university students' social adaptability in public sports courses. Specifically, a group of university students from a university in Shandong were selected as research subjects. The aim was to investigate the relationship between social adaptability and Wushu education and to explore the effectiveness of implementing Wushu education activities. The study uses both empirical research and theoretical analysis. From the study, it can be concluded that Wushu education improves communication and valuable life skills.


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How to Cite

Zhang, T., Lim, B. H., Zhang, C., & Li, C. (2023). Impact of Wushu Education on the Social Adaptability of Chinese University Students. Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal, 8(26), 161–166.



Educational / Learning Environment