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High-quality Development Path Analysis of Shaoxing Digital Culture and Tourism Industry based on "Double Cycle"

Ping Liu

Abstract


This paper studies the development of shaoxing's cultural and tourism industry. On the basis of analyzing the three status quo of the development of Shaoxing's digital cultural and tourism industry, it carries out an investigation of shaoxing's digital cultural and tourism economy by using the method of field investigation and data analysis, which reflects the problem that the purpose of tourism is entertainment. The conclusion that it is necessary to develop the digital culture and tourism industry under the double cycle mode is drawn, and the strategy of constructing the intelligent tourism system, strengthening the government's intervention in the development of the tourism industry, and using big data technology to meet the different needs of tourists is put forward, so as to realize the high-quality development of the digital culture and tourism industry in Shaoxing.

Keywords


Double circulation mode; Digital culture and tourism industry; Development path; Experience summary; Development innovation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i15.5140

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