|（1.Department of Physical Education，Wuhan University，Wuhan 430072，China；2. Department of Physical Education，Wuhan University of Technology，Wuhan 430070，China）
Abstract: Transculture refers to a culture that crosses different countries and nations. Since Chinese Wushu has ac-quired new ideological sources from its transcultural communication with different cultures and nations in the proc-ess of its development, Wushu is not only uninterrupted, but also constantly updated, enriched and developed. With the change of the internal and external environments for Wushu to communicate with “others”, such five obstruc-tions to transcultural communication as egocentrism in Wushu development, inferiority complex in Wushu devel-opment, special presentation forms of Wushu content structure, pursuit of Wushu for “moralism”, and “misinterpre-tation” of Wushu, have occurred in the process of transcultural communication. An in-depth analysis of the five ob-structions to the transcultural communication of Wushu is important for Wushu to truly go global. Only by truly understanding Wushu itself and environments to be crossed can Wushu professionals make contributions to the transcultural communication of Wushu.
Key words: traditional national sports；communication of Wushu；transculture