PolyU Study Reveals What Second-Generation Migrant Tourists are Seeing - News - HSMAI
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PolyU Study Reveals What Second-Generation Migrant Tourists are Seeing
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Tourists who visit their ancestral homelands carry with them personal connections that \"influence how they gaze upon its people, culture and landscapes\", according to Dr Wei-Jue Huang, Professor Brian King and Dr Wantanee Suntikul of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Through interviews with second-generation Chinese-Americans who recently visited China, the researchers found that instead of searching for the \"exotic\", as tourists normally do when visiting a foreign country, migrant tourists tend to seek out similarities that help them to feel connected with their families and heritage.

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