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Food Tourism in Asia

Food Tourism in Asia Book review Edited by Eerang Park, Sangkyun Kim and cognitive mapping approach to highlight six Food Tourism in Asia Ian Yeoman future areas of research to understand Springer Publications Asian food tourism. Singapore Though each chapter is novel in terms of the 219pp. issues it raises and insights it provides, ISBN: 978-981-13-3623-2 several key chapters in the book stand out by Review DOI pointing towards the economic realities of 10.1108/JTF-09-2019-084 Asian countries which provide a non- western perspective of food tourism. Chapter four The book Food Tourism in Asia provides an critiques the worldwide popularity of street insight into the geographies, cultures, food by pointing out its linkages with the policies and economies that are bound urban poor and informal market exchange in together by food in Asian countries. Through Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City. Chapter its different chapters, the book highlights seven discusses the case of Tatebayashi that the homogeneity of what is defined as Grand Prix festival in Japan where local Asian is achieved through the heterogeneity businesses demonstrate leadership using of cultures and assembled food identities. scarce resources to rejuvenate an The book is a timely contribution to the economically disadvantaged region. Chapter tourism literature http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Tourism Futures Emerald Publishing

Food Tourism in Asia

Journal of Tourism Futures , Volume 5 (3): 2 – Oct 9, 2019

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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2055-5911
DOI
10.1108/JTF-09-2019-084
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Abstract

Book review Edited by Eerang Park, Sangkyun Kim and cognitive mapping approach to highlight six Food Tourism in Asia Ian Yeoman future areas of research to understand Springer Publications Asian food tourism. Singapore Though each chapter is novel in terms of the 219pp. issues it raises and insights it provides, ISBN: 978-981-13-3623-2 several key chapters in the book stand out by Review DOI pointing towards the economic realities of 10.1108/JTF-09-2019-084 Asian countries which provide a non- western perspective of food tourism. Chapter four The book Food Tourism in Asia provides an critiques the worldwide popularity of street insight into the geographies, cultures, food by pointing out its linkages with the policies and economies that are bound urban poor and informal market exchange in together by food in Asian countries. Through Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City. Chapter its different chapters, the book highlights seven discusses the case of Tatebayashi that the homogeneity of what is defined as Grand Prix festival in Japan where local Asian is achieved through the heterogeneity businesses demonstrate leadership using of cultures and assembled food identities. scarce resources to rejuvenate an The book is a timely contribution to the economically disadvantaged region. Chapter tourism literature

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Journal of Tourism FuturesEmerald Publishing

Published: Oct 9, 2019

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