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    Title: 開放陸客來臺觀光對臺北市之影響研究
    Other Titles: Impact of Taiwan's open-door policy to Mainland Chinese tourists on Taipei City
    Authors: 洪健益;Hung, Chien-Yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士在職專班
    李志強;Li, Chi-keung
    Keywords: 開放陸客觀光;陸客;觀光政策;兩岸關係;影響研究;open policy to mainland tourists;mainland tourists;Tourism policy;Cross-strait Relations;impact study
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-06-21 06:52:09 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 論文摘要
    Since Taiwan declared martial law, Taiwan and mainland China—one practicing democracy while the other enforcing communism—have taken very divergent paths of development. Different cultures and values evolved as people live in different socio-political contexts. In 1987 Taiwan lifted martial law as well as the ban on trips to China and China investment. It was not until this time that cross-strait social, economic, and tourism exchanges resumed.

    After Taiwan passed the Promotion Program for Visits by People from Mainland China, interchanges across the Strait shifted from single direction to bi-direction. Due to the growth of cross-strait tourism, gaps in history have gradually been mended. Questions remain, however, as to what effect cultural and economic differences have had on Taiwan people’s attitude toward mainland Chinese tourists.

    This thesis begins by tracing the historical development of tourist policies on both sides of the Strait.
    Then it discusses the current situation and future prospects after Taiwan opened up to mainland tourists. While recent scholarship on mainland tourists to Taiwan still dwells heavily on the economic impact, this thesis studies whether the open policy has led to any change in Taipei citizens’ attitude toward mainland tourists. A questionnaire was distributed to Taipei citizens to solicit their views on the influence of mainland tourists, with special emphasis placed on the economic, hygienic, environmental and public safety aspects. Some change in attitude is deduced from analysis of the survey results.
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