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The First Field Study of UNESCO World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Programme - Chinese Pilot Programme is Satisfactorily Completed
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From 20 to 30 June 2017, Professor Han Feng led 16 researchers from the UNESCO World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Programme - China Pilot Programme Research Group (hereinafter referred to as the "Programme Research Group") and inspected the Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area, Zhangjiajie and Hailongtun Tusi Fortress Site, Zunyi.

 

The Programme Research Group visited two major tourist routes of the World Heritage sites and conducted in-depth exchanges with relevant tourism products management departments, functional departments of local government and local communities through the coordination of Wulingyuan World Natural Heritage Office and Hailongtun Cultural and Heritage Bureau. Afterwards, the Programme Research Group got to know the key point of the heritage stakeholders’ perception towards the “outstanding universal value”, the system of heritage planning and management, the current situation of tourism development and community participation in different group.

 



Figure 1、2、3: Wulingyuan Core Scenic Area inspection route map

Figure 4: The Programme Research Group communicated with the tourism product management department


Figure 5: The Programme Research Group communicated with local administrations


Figure 6: The Programme Research Group communicated with local administrations


Figure 7: The Programme Research Group and the functional departments of Zhangjiajie city government carried out the symposium


Figure 8: The Programme Research Group and the functional departments of Zhangjiajie city government carried out the symposium


Figure 9 :The Programme Research Group communicated with the representatives of local community in Wulingyuan


Figure 10: The Programme Research Group visited the Wulingyuan travel information display board


Figure 11: The Programme Research Group on site visit


Figure 12: The Programme Research Group on site visit


Figure 13: The group photo of Programme Research Group


Figure 14: Hailongtun Tusi Fortress Site inspection route map


Figure 15: The Programme Research Group listened to the explanation of responsible person of Hailongtun management department


Figure 16:The Programme Research Group on site visit


Figure 17: The Programme Research Group listened to the explanation of responsible person of Hailongtun management department


Figure 18: The Programme Research Group communicated with the tourism product management department of Hailongtun


Figure 19: The Programme Research Group listened to the explanation of responsible person of Hailongtun tourism product management department


Figure 20: The Programme Research Group and the functional departments of Hailongtun local government carried out the symposium


Figure 21: The Programme Research Group and the functional departments of Hailongtun local government carried out the symposium


Figure 22: The group photo of Programme Research Group

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