Shenyang Intangible Cultural Heritage Tourism Development Model

Wei LI, Dan LIU


Based on a tourism resources analysis of the intangible cultural heritage in Shenyang, this article integrates intangible cultural heritage protection with tourism development and discusses a number of interactive models of development that provides valuable references to protecting the intangible cultural heritage in Shenyang and tourism development.


Intangible cultural heritage; Tourism; Development model

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