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2020 Guidebook Qualification Exam Policies and Regulations Hot Spots: 30 Regular Exam Legal Concepts

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    【Abstract】 Guide policies and regulations are the most basic common sense for a qualified tour guide. The Global Network School Guide Card Channel has organized for you “Guidelines for 2020 Guidebook Qualification Exam Policies and Regulations: 30 Legal Concepts for Regular Exams” I hope to help you.

    2020 Guidebook Qualification Exam Policies and Regulations Hot Spots: 30 Regular Exam Legal Concepts

    1. Tour operators refer to operators of travel agencies, scenic spots, and services that provide tourists with transportation, accommodation, catering, shopping, and entertainment.

    2. Scenic area refers to a place or area that provides tourist services for tourists and has clear management boundaries. 3. Package travel contract refers to a contract in which a travel agency arranges an itinerary in advance, provides or provides two or more travel services such as transportation, accommodation, catering, tours, tour guides or tour guides, and the tourist pays the total cost of travel at the total price.

    4. Forming a group refers to the act of signing a package tour contract with a tourist.

    5. Ground picking agency refers to a travel agency that is entrusted by a group agency to receive tourists at the destination.

    6. Auxiliary person for performance refers to a legal person or natural person who has a contractual relationship with a travel agency to assist him in fulfilling his obligations under the package tour contract and actually provides related services.

    7. Departure means from Mainland China to other countries or regions, from Mainland China to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Macau Special Administrative Region, and from Mainland China to Taiwan.

    8. Entry refers to entry into the Mainland of China from other countries or regions, entry to the Mainland of China from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Macau Special Administrative Region, and entry to the mainland of China from Taiwan.

    9. A foreigner is a person who does not have Chinese nationality.

    10. Civil aircraft refers to aircraft other than those used for military, customs and police flight missions.

    11. A public air transportation enterprise refers to an enterprise legal person that uses civil aircraft to transport passengers, baggage, mail, or cargo for the purpose of profit.

    12. Railways, including national railways, local railways, special railways and special railway lines. National railways refer to railways managed by the competent railway department of the State Council. Local railways refer to railways managed by local people's governments.

    13. Dedicated railways are railways managed by enterprises or other units that provide transportation services exclusively for the enterprise or within the unit.

    14. Railway special line refers to a branch line managed by an enterprise or other unit and connected to the national railway or other railway lines.

    15. National railway transportation enterprises refer to railway bureaus and railway branches.

    16. Ancient vertebrate fossils and ancient human fossils with scientific value are protected by the state as well as cultural relics. (Judgment)

    17. Farmers purchase and use production materials directly for agricultural production, and refer to the "Consumption Law."

    18. Scenic spots are divided into: *** Scenic Spots and Provincial Scenic Spots.

    19. Nature reserves are divided into *** nature reserves and local nature reserves.

    20. Domestic water transportation refers to the operation of passenger transportation and cargo transportation within the navigable waters under the jurisdiction of the People's Republic of China.

    21. Entertainment venues refer to singing, dancing, and entertainment venues that are open to the public for the purpose of profit and consumers entertain themselves.

    22. Immovable cultural relics such as ancient cultural sites, ancient tombs, ancient buildings, cave temples, stone carvings, murals, modern important historical sites and representative buildings can be identified as national key cultural relics protection based on their historical, artistic, and scientific value. Units, provincial-level cultural relics protection units, city and county-level cultural relics protection units.

    23. Important historical objects, artworks, literature, manuscripts, books and materials, representative objects and other movable cultural relics in each era in history are divided into precious cultural relics and general cultural relics; precious cultural relics are divided into first-class cultural relics, second-class cultural relics, and third-class cultural relics. .

    24. Tourism emergencies refer to natural disasters, accident disasters, public health events and social security incidents that happen suddenly, cause or may cause personal injury or death to tourists, or cause property damage and need to be dealt with by emergency measures.

    25. Tourism emergencies are generally divided into four categories: particularly significant, major, large, and general, according to the nature, hazard level, controllability, and impacts caused or possibly caused by tourism emergencies.

    26. Wildlife refers to precious and endangered terrestrial and aquatic wildlife and terrestrial wildlife with important ecological, scientific and social value.

    27. Wild animals and their products refer to the whole (including eggs and eggs), parts and derivatives of wild animals.

    28. The wildlife under national key protection is divided into first-level protected wildlife and second-level protected wildlife.

    29. Food refers to all kinds of finished products and raw materials for human consumption or drinking, as well as articles that are traditionally both food and traditional Chinese medicine, but do not include articles for therapeutic purposes.

    30. Food safety accidents refer to food-borne diseases, food contamination, and other incidents that originate from food and are harmful or potentially harmful to human health.

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