Touristic perceptions in a Taoist Chinese village
Ryan, C., Jing, S., He, Y., & Gu, H. (2012). Touristic perceptions in a Taoist Chinese village. Journal of China Tourism Research, 8(1), 19-36.
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The article reports findings derived from a sample of 357 questionnaires that were self-completed by respondents after a visit to the Taoist village of Qiyunshan. The village has a heritage of several hundred years as a Taoist pilgrimage site and in 2003 it was opened to the wider world through the construction of a cable car that takes visitors directly to the village. The main attractions are the scenic areas, the Taoist tradition, the residents, and a sense of harmony between place, people, and culture.
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