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U.S.-China Tourism Program Thrives Amid International Uncertainty

Tensions in U.S.-China relations might suggest that a flourishing partnership between a university in the USA and another in Wuhan, China just isn’t possible. Nothing could be further from the truth.

In 2016, Colorado State University’s Master of Tourism Management-China (MTM-China) program was launched in partnership with Central China Normal University (CCNU) in the city of Wuhan. Since that time, natural resource tourism students and faculty along with administrators from both universities have defied expectations by collaborating to co-create extraordinary opportunities in teaching, research, and cultural exchange.

U.S.-China Tourism Program Thrives Amid International Uncertainty

UNWTO October 2020 Newsletter Tensions in U.S.-China relations might suggest that a flourishing partnership between a university in the USA and another in Wuhan, China just isn’t possible. Nothing could be further from the truth. In 2016, Colorado State University’s Master of Tourism Management-China (MTM-China) program was launched in partnership with Central China Normal University…

Love for ground zero: Thoughts from an American who’s lived in Wuhan, China

Largely unknown to Westerners until a month ago, the city of Wuhan in Central China has gone viral. It’s become a place synonymous with words like epidemic, quarantine, “black swan.” While the global media has multiplied unfavorable views of the city, criticism against Wuhan has come from within China, as well. Consider, for example, the…