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While tourism studies scholars debate the impact of tourism on indigenous people living in relatively remote areas, individuals, villages, government units and companies all over China are cashing in on these areas’ appeal to the newly affluent touring class.
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Blumenfield, Tami; Mattison, Siobhán M.; and Shenk, Mary K., "Unequal Tourism Growth in an Alpine Lake Zone: Varied Responses in Na Communities" (2017). Asian Studies Publications. 4.
Originally published in China Policy Institute Analysis, November 17, 2017. https://cpianalysis.org/2017/11/17/unequal-tourism-growth-lakeside-villages-of-lugu-lake/