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Tourism In Inner Mongolia

Abstract For my final paper in COR 330 I chose to focus on the mongol ethnicity throughout China.  Throughout this class we have focused on various ethnic minorities within China and the impact tourism and the commodification of their culture has had on their societies.  We have examined a plethora of examples where the minority […]



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Mongols Problems in China

Mongols Problems in China             My project is meant to discuss how the Mongol people in China are affected by the rest of the world.  The Mongol Empire ruled over the land for over a thousand years, and the people supported themselves by farming, hunting, and living a rather nomadic life; and that is how […]



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The Mongols in China

This project was created to go into depth about how the Mongol people who have immigrated to China are currently existing within their culture and society, as well as within China itself. It is extremely notable that since China is such an old country, their history is incredibly dense and is not nearly as recent […]



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Inner Mongolia, the Government, and Tourism

COR’s purpose of the Junior year is to make Champlain students look beyond the borders of their country, and see how the rest of the world lives and interacts. The class Tourism and Ethnicity in China takes a look at the Cultural, Social, and Economic effects that occur when tourism meets ethnicity in the enormous […]



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Inner Mongolia Struggles with Identity

Jillian Crawford Kerry Noonan COR 330-02 Tourism & Ethnicity In China Inner Mongolia Project Abstract   For my final project, I chose to write a paper on the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Inner Mongolia, which lies on the North West border of China, has people from Mongolian descent that label themselves as Mongolian as opposed […]



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