Shenyang Intangible Cultural Heritage Tourism Development Analysis

Wei LI, Dan LIU


Based on a detailed study of the intangible cultural heritage in Shenyang this article analyzes the historical, artistic, recreational and social values of the heritage. It also discusses the relationship and interaction between cultural heritage protection and tourism development in Shenyang, and provides a reference point beneficial to them both.


Shenyang; Intangible cultural heritage; Tourism; Value

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