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HAITCers elaborate on cross-Strait leisure agriculture development

Updated: Oct 20, 2023

Teachers and students from the HNU-ASU Joint International Tourism College of Hainan University (HAITC) participated in the Leisure Agriculture Development Across the Taiwan Strait (Hainan) Seminar held in Haikou, Hainan province, on Aug 17. A team of 22 members led by Professor Lin Haiying from the HAITC submitted 10 papers to the conference, all of which were adopted and well received by experts.

This seminar helps broaden the students’ horizons by showing them the integrated development of industries across the Taiwan Strait. HAITCers actively participated in the seminar, manifesting their strong determination to promote rural revitalization and cross-Strait integration.


Group photo of participants at the Leisure Agriculture Development Across the Taiwan Strait (Hainan) Seminar [Photo/WeChat account: HAITC]

Introduction to the papers submitted by HAITCers

1. Research on the Mechanism of Cross-Sector Resource Integration During the Industrial Transition Period: A Case Study of Fisheries in Hele Town
Authors: Xing Yitong, Du Yuqian, Li Jieying and Pang Yiren

This research elucidates that resource integration mechanisms are the prerequisite and main method used in cross-sector cooperation in rural areas.

2. Construction of Resilience Framework for Rural Revitalization in Hainan under the Background of Territorial Spatial Planning
Authors: Yang Mei and Ji Zhiwei

This paper illustrates how to develop an operational framework of resilience planning, which encompasses urban systems, professionals and government institutions. This framework enables the formulation of practical strategies for rural revitalization at the local level.

3. Feasibility Analysis of Handicraft Industry Development Based on Courtyard Economy under the Background of Rural Revitalization Policies in Hainan: A Case Study of Gangshang Village and Gangxia Village in Hele Town
Authors: Zhang Runjin and Pan Jiawei

This paper proposes that the effective utilization of existing rural resources and the opening up of new ecological markets can increase the income of fishermen, break the constraints of fishing bans and promote the thorough implementation of rural revitalization policies.

4. Opening up New Paths for Rural Industrial Development Through Cross-Sector Cooperation Platforms: A Case Study of the National Leisure Fishery Park in Hele Town, Wanning City
Authors: Zhou Jiayi and Zeng Zhiren

Taking the Xiaohai National Fishery Park as a case, this paper discusses the role and functions of cross-sector cooperation platforms in coordinating rural industrial development projects and explores the development paths for cross-sector cooperation platforms.

5. Exploring the Development Mechanism of Three-Industry Integration under the Background of Rural Revitalization in Hainan Province: A Case Study of Hele Town, Wanning City
Authors: Qian Siyu, Chen Jiayue and Li Hui

This paper studies the interactions of diverse participating entities, including governments, villagers and enterprises, and their dynamics in three-industry integration. This study will help policymakers respond to the needs of diverse stakeholders, promote resource integration and efficient utilization, and enhance integration among different industries.

6. Analysis of Rural Talent Revitalization under the New Development Model: A Case Study of College Students Serving as Grassroots CYL Cadres
Authors: Zhou Jiayi and Dai Chenxi

This paper studies the development path of college students serving as grassroots CYL cadres and explores the significance of rural talent revitalization under the new model and existing problems, aiming to integrate youth development with grassroots CYL work.

7. Construction of Nest-Like Markets Based on Intergroup Trust in Interest-Related Communities: Analysis and Countermeasures for Structural Dilemmas in Industrial Poverty Alleviation
Author: Hai Weizhou

This paper proposes a "nest-like market" based on small-scale farming, aiming to promote the competitiveness and sustainability of rural industries through one-on-one private markets based on internet communities and trust-based social capital.

8. Factors Influencing Fishermen Transfer: A Study Based on the Push-Pull Theory Model in Hele Town
Authors: Yang Xianya, Yu Haochuan, Sun Ruiming and He Peiru

This paper suggests that government policies and environmental factors encourage fishermen transfer. Obstacles include the fishermen’s lack of willingness and capability to change professions and insufficient government support and enterprise involvement. It is recommended to fully utilize government policies to enhance fishermen's awareness in order to move them into other industries.

9. Reasons and Strategies for the Ineffective Promotion of Shared Farm Construction in Hainan Province
Author: Lin Haiying

This paper analyzes the reasons behind the ineffective construction of shared farms in Hainan province from three aspects: policy, implementation, and promotion. It also puts forward corresponding suggestions.

10. Mutual Benefit, Rights Confirmation and Sharing: How to Organize Collective Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Rural Revitalization

Author: Lin Haiying

This paper explores how Hele town in Wanning city, Hainan province, can learn from the mechanisms of collective innovation and entrepreneurship to solve the problems of local fishermen transfer and promote rural revitalization.

Conference overview

Since its inception in 2010, the Leisure Agriculture Development Across the Taiwan Strait (Hainan) Seminar has been held for 14 sessions. The seminar, aiming to promote cross-Strait economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation, as well as to further integrate and develop various fields across the Taiwan Strait, has become a highlight of a series of exhibitions and conferences in Hainan province.

The theme of this year's seminar is "advancing the high-quality development of leisure agriculture and promoting rural revitalization and cross-Strait integration". The collected papers showcase the insights and wisdom of scholars from both sides of the Taiwan Strait in promoting industrial cooperation and constructing the Hainan Free Trade Port.