||This study is overview of the People's Republic of China (PRC)has been established in 1949, China has learned the basis of the development of the Soviet state policy in order to achieve the goal of the socialist state. Under the introduction of the Soviet system, the central government controls all sports-related development. In the 1950s, the popularization inpublic sports and competitive sports were two common goals, and the national leadership system in these two fields was formed through the central leadership. However, in the 1962 National Sports Conference, the focus of the sports industry is tilted towards the competitive sports policy.
The Cultural Revolution of 1966 caused the entire sports promotion to be suspended. Since 1970, the sports industry has gradually recovered. From ping pong diplomacy in 1971, China’s international political isolation has been broken. At the same time, China sports organizations have also received The consent of the individual sports organization returned to international organizations. Through competitive sports, the China government has further played a major contribution to sports business. In China, the emphasis is on the increasing popularity of competitive sports and the promotion of sports.
In 1979, China officially returned to the International Olympic Committee and decided to participate in the 1980 Moscow Olympics. In addition, China has ended the Cultural Revolution and proposed a policy of reform and opening up in 1978. The reform of the sports industry discussed in 1979 aims to achieve top results in the Olympic Games. In 1980, the competitive sports priority policy was established in the context of the establishment of the 1950 Sports National System, while reflecting on the second half of the Great Leap Forward Movement of the 1950s, the late 1970s Cultural Revolution, the implementation of the 1978 Reform and Opening Policy, and the membership of the 1979 International Olympic Committee. The process of recovery and other events has made the competitive sports a priority after the resurrection.
From the 1980s China has adopted the idea of lifelong learning, One of the goals of physical educationhas been to foster good health and all-round ability in people, However, in facthere is a close relationshipbetween traditional sports policy and this more recent aims forphysicaleducation. In this study I examine historical changes in sports policy and the aims of physicaleducation in China.This study is clarify the relationship between them, and related problems, from the viewpoint of
physicaldevelopmentand its policyof reformation.