“3D” China tourism appreciation analysis & exploration" (I)

Authors: Ningxi Zhao*, Nanjing University (NJU)
Topics: China, Geography Education, Cultural Geography
Keywords: MOOC ,"3D" China (China of three dimensional ) ,Nature3D, Humanity3D, Harmony3D, tourism appreciation ,analysis, exploration
Session Type: Poster
Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 9:55 AM / 11:35 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Presentation File: Download


The China's MOOC:“3D” China tourism appreciation analysis & exploration will guide you through China's the physical beauty ,rich culture and history with its unique "3D" perspectives. It includes three chapters including Nature, Humanity and Harmony and two perspectives including time and space. Let’s appreciate, share,analyze & explore of "3D" China's Oriental tourism verve. On Earth's surface, there exists a magical and unique "3D" region - China. It has so many "world's greatest” and unique attractions. From a macro perspective, the beauty of China tourism comes from three levels: I Nature 3D:China is about 5,000 kilometers horizontally and 5,000 meters vertically. No country on earth has such a real "3D" space to constitute a unique and complex natural environment. Such real three-dimensional space distribution (length, width and height) in natural space makes China stand out in the world. II Humanity 3D: China's 5000-year history has bred the only uninterrupted and traceable human civilization in the world. III Harmony 3D: Human and nature are integrated to create 56 ethnic groups, with diverse regional characteristics into the natural 3D. Five thousand years of uninterrupted civilization carves the unique elements of China and the ancient oriental charm. Only by visiting China can we realize the beauty of China's East. Tourism has always been accompanied by the process of human civilization's exploration. we will keep up with the pace of human exploration of the mystery of the earth, and show a special scene of the earth --a unique "3D" dynamic interpretation of Chinese tourism.

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