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(2004): China and its Entry into the WTO. Diplomarbeit Tourismus. Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft HTW Chur, Chur. Institut für Tourismus und Freizeit (ITF).
Abstract: China’s entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) in December 2001, has indeed been an epoch-making event, insofar as it will contribute to the integration of the world’s fastest growing economy with the world trading system. Hence, China’s entry into the WTO is the single most important economic event for the world’s most popular country since economic reforms began there more than two decades ago. It signals the willingness of China to assume a more important international economic, and perhaps political role. China is already the world’s seventh largest economy. Given this sort of growth, what happens with China’s economy over the next decade is of great importance to anyone with an interest in the global economy. The purpose of this diploma thesis is to analyse the developments of China’s economy since 1995 and the implications for China and the rest of the world after the entry into the WTO. Here I will try to examine the pros and cons of WTO membership for China and how that impacts the rest of the world. In addition, future challenges will also be discussed in the thesis.
(2004): Effects of Foreign Tourism on the Culture of China. Diplomarbeit Tourismus. Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft HTW Chur, Chur. Institut für Tourismus und Freizeit (ITF).
Abstract: Culture is an abstractive and invisible thing. Especially for human being, it helps us to understand differences of human natures and credits from country to country. Nowadays, western tourists are one of the biggest clients in Chinese economy. However, to satisfy these huge amounts of clients, some of the traditions and cultural values are changed for business reasons. Eventually, plenty of traditions and cultural values have already lost their original senses. It is not possible to say the foreign tourism is a damage or an opportunity to the whole country does not make any sense at all; because neither one of them can be left over. The solution can be to let the tourists from the different culture for a better understanding to Chinese cultural values; by then, most of the values and traditions are probably kept or protected originally. Only by the understanding can make up the cross-culture functioning well; and this also resolve the difficulty of balancing between the affection of economy and culture.