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Abstract

Japan is one of the most important oversea visitor countries to China. The developed tendency of China tourism market from Japanese visitor became slow even negative increase under the financial crisis. It is very important to exploit the China tourism market from Japanese visitor by the analysis...

Author(s)
Zhang LiSheng; Wang HaiYan
Publisher
Editorial Department of Journal of Xinyang Normal University, Xinyang, China
Citation
Journal of Xinyang Normal University Natural Science Edition, 2011, 24, 3, pp 351-354, 359
Abstract

In recent years, the so-called "high consumption" phenomenon of Chinese outbound tourists, characterized by high tourism expenditures and the purchase of high-end merchandise while traveling, has garnered substantial attention from the academic and business sectors alike. Many scholars have studied ...

Author(s)
Zeng Li; Weng ShiXiu; Li Xiang; Zhang YingSha
Publisher
Tourism College of Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
Citation
Tourism Tribune, 2017, 32, 5, pp 26-35
Abstract

After China became the world's largest outbound tourist market in 2012, mainland Chinese tourists today have become the highest per capita spenders in Japan, the United States, Korea, Hong Kong and some other countries and jurisdictions. Shopping is a major feature of mainland Chinese consumption...

Author(s)
Lei Chao; Wei HaiYing
Publisher
Tourism College of Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
Citation
Tourism Tribune, 2017, 32, 5, pp 36-45
Abstract

The article identifies a cultural logic gap between the people of the USA and Japan in the context of tourism and travel marketing. In this area of activity the gap dictates a global marketing approach modified by localized elements embracing cultural values inherent in the target population. To...

Author(s)
Ziff-Levine, W.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1990, 11, 2, pp 105-110