The United Nations World Tourism Organization and the Spanish government have announced that Chinese has formally become an official language of the UNWTO since Jan 25.
That means the organization will use the Chinese language, enhancing China’s soft power in global tourism and, by extension, the cultural domain.
It will help China’s tourism growth, encouraging other countries to adopt its policies.
Tourist places in China too will get more exposure, encouraging more people globally to learn the Chinese language.
China’s influence in the cultural and tourism sectors will definitely grow.
There are two main reasons for that. First, Chinese cultural and tourism authorities have been promoting Chinese…