Cultural Tourism Integration Development and Creative Management
Culture preservation is the core of tourism development, and tourist industry is an important carrier of cultural construction. With the social and economic development, and the strengthening of world economic and cultural exchanges and communications, the status and role of culture in tourism has been enhanced and culture values have profound impact on the development of tourist industry. Culture is a powerful driving force for the development of tourist industry, and thus has an important influence on its development. Tourism is an important way to preserve, disseminate and tap into culture. The economic benefits of tourism is deadly necessary to ensure healthy development of culture. Therefore, tapping the values of culture by means of tourism is a topic worth exploring in depth. This theme focuses on the study of tourist development of ethnic culture, folk culture, religions culture, heritage and indigenous culture, and the study of cultural tourists' intentions and behaviors, as well as the creative management and sustainability of cultural tourism. This research topic covered but not limited those scope: Heritage Tourism, Intangible Cultural Heritage Tourism, Museum Tourism, Folk Custom and Festival Tourism, Opera and Performance, Local Food, Tourists Behavior, Creativity Culture Tourism Culture, Tourism Resources Development, Culture Tourism Sustainability.
Prof. Dr. Xinwei Su
Prof. Dr. Xi Li
Prof. Dr. Wenqi Ruan
- heritage (intangible cultural heritage)
- historical and cultural city
- geographical indication
- cultural resource
- cultural tourist
- cultural creativity
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|1.7||2.8||2018||16.1 Days||CHF 1400||Submit|
Tourism and Hospitalitytourismhosp
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