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Question 8: How has Australia tourism to Asia changed over the past 60 – 70 years (or a time span of your choice)? What ‘imaging about Asia’ prompt Australians to become tourists to the region?

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However, this transformed drastically as rapidly developed modern technologies brought about globalisation and easy transportations. As the geographically closest region, the curiosity of Asia was largely driven by various wars, leaving many Australians conflicted over trepidation and anticipation. This sense of ambivalence prompted many to visit, from hippie tourism of the 1970s, mass tourism of the 1980s to traditional and contemporary cultural tourism of the 21st century largely driven by Asia’s growing economy, Australians’ interest to the ...
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