Chris, and Richard,
Thanks for your email address, Chris, and your great talk at Stanford recently: https://events.stanford.edu/
It inspired much around this main question and blog post (some of which Richard retweeted on 12/2/17 - https://twitter.com/rdasher8 ) ...
Mars: Space SALVAGE resources, How to define Space Law http://worlduniversity.wikia.
com/wiki/Space_Law and Salvage Law re Maritime Law to clean up Space? With realistic virtual universe?, Mars is ~35 million miles' away at closest and could take 2 yrs for return trip, In what ways could the @WUaSPress at best create markets in space for used space ship parts, solar panels - re WUaS's online law schools planned in all countries' languages salvage law? @AstronautAbby @rdasher8 and space clean up?
And also re
And today (partly re my actual / virtual Harbin Hot Springs' research with planned realistic virtual Harbin/earth/universe) ...
In a room like this at Stanford https://t.co/UZcPvtHc9g w great SCREENS at https://t.co/WLF5kxMFia & https://t.co/AXijH7kExx I SAW LIGHT of real time visiting realistic virtual Harbin @HarbinBook from Stanford Retweet Thx @rdasher8 12/2/17 @WorldUnivAndSch @WUaSPress SPACE Tweets— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) December 8, 2017
In a room like this at Stanford https://t.co/mqg34RkDdu w great SCREENS at https://t.co/easlUwa9ju & https://t.co/LgrlpQnkhy I SAW THE LIGHT of real time visiting realistic virtual Harbin from Stanford Thnx @rdasher8 for retweeting 12/2/17 @WorldUnivAndSch @WUaSPress SPACE Tweets— HarbinBook (@HarbinBook) December 8, 2017
Wittle bit of a law enforcement / public safety issue in deep space on the way to Mars :)
Wittle bit of a law enforcement / public safety issue in deep space on the way to Mars :)
How best to stay in touch about space law, space missions perhaps in communication with Astronaut Abigail Harrison who seeks to be the first person to land on Mars in the 2030s (she's a Wellesley undergraduate presently), salvage/maritime law, and cleaning up space ... and making space art and markets in general (re space law)?
Curious too in what ways space might be engaged for SPACE TOURISM, and re this one - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/12/venus-stanford-astroscale-talk-from.html - as well as these recent posts:
Mars: Space SALVAGE resources, How to define Space Law http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Space_Law and Salvage Law re Maritime Law to clean up Space? With realistic virtual universe?, Mars is ~35 million miles' away at closest and could take 2 yrs for return trip, In what ways could the @WUaSPress at best create markets in space for used space ship parts, solar panels - re WUaS's online law schools planned in all countries' languages salvage law? @AstronautAbby @rdasher8 and space clean up?https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/12/mars-space-salvage-resources-how-to.html
Atmosphere of Mars: Hippy SPACE Arts? Strathspey on planet Mars?, Strathspey? When you get to Mars @AstronautAbby can we find a set of 8 peeps & SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE @TheOpenBand with - you on Mars & some in the Harbin warm pool/BERKELEY & VIRTUALLY?, Hippy space art? In what ways could the @WUaSPress best create markets in space for used space ship parts, solar panels - re WUaS's /Space_Law in all countries' languages, Can you get that billion $ solar array panel off that phantom ship 1 million miles out @AstronautAbby & further define space salvage law entrepreneurially? :)https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/12/atmosphere-of-mars-hippy-space-arts.html
... AND in a realistic virtual UNIVERSE for traveling to the PLANET MARS ...
Hongmei (and All),
Thanks for an interesting Tourism Studies' talk at UC Berkeley yesterday - http://www.tourismstudies.org/
news_archive/Zhao2017.htm . To further ask my "advertising discourse" question (re Thurot and Thurot), and as an afterthought:
In what ways could the village of Baisha best plant nicer and nicer houses to grow Bai peoples' culture - re Bai people see ... http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/
811 - (as distinct from their economics), such that micro-milieus would lead to macro-milieus of tourists visiting Baisha en masse, since their reports' home would reflect the growing quality of house-planting ... in main cities/countries of tourist origin ?
And how would local and foreign students (further) study this Bai (and/or Naxi) culture/fantasy/imagninary question (and in a realistic virtual earth for ethno-wiki-virtual-world-
graphy especially, thinking Google Streetview with TIME SLIDER which we can all add to - https://scott-macleod. blogspot.com/search/label/ ethno-wiki-virtual-world- graphy ).
Here's Baisha in Google Streetview -
place/Baisha,+Heqing,+Dali,+ Yunnan,+Chinaemail@example.com,100. 2137902,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5! 3m4!1s0x372737a243d8debb: 0xc638a3758c63f304!8m2!3d26. 641315!4d100.222545 - to which we can add further photos, and probably videos.
(Here's my " Gazing at the Box: Tourism in the Context of the Internet and Globalization (Internetity) " paper which I wrote in Nelson's course where I look at this question further -https://www.academia.edu/
15259682/Gazing_at_the_Box_ Tourism_in_the_Context_of_the_ Internet_and_Globalization_ Internetity_ )
Nelson, Hongmei, Stephane, Amir, Xiangchun and All,
Thurot and Thurot's 1983 paper provided a key interpretation for creating a tourism studies' reading of the internet / information age for me as a condition informing tourism, and emerging from my reading of Dean's "The Tourist" re modernity (and Urry's reading of post-modernity re tourism). Each author's broad theorizing (MacCannell, Urry, Thurot and Thurot, and MacLeod) could also probably inform an interpretation of "house-planting" in Baisha, Lijiang, China, as well, in a related vein, and around the "culture" question - how does this word translate anthropologically meaning-wise into Chinese I wonder? ... beyond imaginary and fantasy (and aside from the political economics' questions your talk addressed as I heard it).
Hongmei, Stephane and Amir, I've found far-reaching the MIT OCW "Introduction to Anthropology" course in English - https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/
anthropology/21a-00- introduction-to-anthropology- spring-2013/ - and especially reading its first book - Ahearn, Laura M. Chapters 1–2 in Invitations to Love: Literacy, Love Letters, and Social Change in Nepal. University of Michigan Press, 2001. ISBN: 9780472067848 - (which is accessible for free to borrow in limited copies from the Open Library - https://openlibrary.org/ works/OL8246563W/Invitations_ to_Love )
It would be interesting to read Ahearn's "Invitations to Love: Literacy, Love Letters, and Social Change in Nepal" from a tourism studies' perspective - and espeically from Chinese, French and Egyptian / Arabic perspectives too .
But books don't get translated easily between languages - so it isn't possible to read Ahearn's "Invitations to Love: Literacy, Love Letters, and Social Change in Nepal" in Chinese, French and Arabic, for example.
So here's the MIT OCW in Chinese 'Introductory' course called "Anthropological Theory, Spring 2003" - http://www2.myoops.org/
twocw/mit/Anthropology/21A- 110Anthropological- TheorySpring2003/CourseHome/ index.htm - but without Ahearn's "Invitations to Love: Literacy, Love Letters, and Social Change in Nepal," and accessible from MIT OCW in Chinese - https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/ translated-courses/ traditional-chinese/ .
How best to create great translations of texts re Tourism Studies or MIT OCW Anthropology between these languages ... and to study how students learn comparatively around the same course (a goal of WUaS too) ... and until, for example, the machine translation between all 7,099 living languages in Academic Press at WUaS - http://
worlduniversityandschool.org/ AcademicPress.html - gets to a professional level, I wonder? I hope too that matriculated students for free CC MIT OCW degrees at World University and School in nation states whose official languages are traditional Chinese, French and Arabic will have access to excellent online university libraries from the field in all 7,099 living languages at World University and School - http://worlduniversity. wikia.com/wiki/Library_ Resources - for free.
While it looks like Anthropology Prof. Laura Ahearn's field site of Junigau village and the nearby Banyan HIlls in Nepal haven't made it into Google Streetview yet, the capital ciety of Kathmandu, Nepal, itself, has -
place/Kathmandu+44600,+Nepal/@ 27.706,85.3095,3a,106.5y,90t/ data=!3m8!1e2!3m6!1shttps:%2F% 2Fthumbnails.trvl-media.com% 2FLatZqqdpdjzUiaxuJfNAol-OZtE% 3D%2F768x432%2Fimages.trvl- media.com%2Fmedia%2Fcontent% 2Fshared%2Fimages% 2Ftravelguides%2Fdestination% 2F180066%2FKathmandu-91423. jpg!2e7!3e27!6s%2F%2Flh6. googleusercontent.com%2Fproxy% 2FGx3Lw8- HWuTXPKuVehYNgAVUoUEi4- 6tXMvmkEOPDHdj7VKCdGXzx_ mcQ2fBtcS3UH- EPrvCefJpKZzAosWaIhSzep25mq- 8B30e- duxdnpNQCLbYjWBh7y8vdV0mZeuxVo lbzSrPwv4K3ws2HGHLbas7nMAGF0% 3Dw153-h86-k-no!7i768!8i432! 4m5!3m4!1s0x39eb198a307baabf: 0xb5137c1bf18db1ea!8m2!3d27. 7172453!4d85.3239605 -
As a further thought re your "house-planting" talk, Hongmei: since Baisha near Lijiang, China is in Google Streetview -
ace/Baisha,+Heqing,+Dali,+Yunn an,+Chinafirstname.lastname@example.org,100.2137 902,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4! 1s0x372737a243d8debb:0xc638a37 58c63f304!8m2!3d26.641315! 4d100.222545 - it should be able to design and build buildings to house-plant further eventually in Google Streetview itself, and with economic and touristic significance (and culturally in new ways too) ... and for doing virtual field work ... which could give Baisha and your anthropological studies there a big advantage over, for example, Junigau in Nepal, which has a great book "Invitations to Love: ... " (the first anthropological book read in a MIT course ) ... and with an opportunity to write as comparatively a good Tourism Studies' anthropological book about Baisha as Laura Ahearn's book "Invitations to Love" as well.
And by way of further comparison:
Visit the Harbin Hot Springs' Gate here ~ http://tinyurl.com/p62rpcg (and re https://twitter.com/WUaSPre
ss https://twitter.com/WorldUn ivandSch Harbin Hot Springs' Book http://bit.ly/HarbinBook )
Re Thurot and Thurot, could Twitter profiles themselves, for example my Harbin book Twitter profile - https://twitter.com/
HarbinBook - be interpreted as a micro-milieu > macro-milieu touristic expression? When I just did a quick search on Baisha, China in Twitter, for example, I found this - https://twitter.com/ RachaelRuble/status/ 801701516428001281 - in passing.
Thanks again for your interesting talk on Friday, Hongmei.
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Added some of these emails here - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/12/venus-stanford-astroscale-talk-from.html - and in combination with Space salvage / tourism questions.
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