Thanks for all advice for my idea. I didn't describe my idea thoroughly, so I add some more details here.
I've been maintaining a local self-media on weibo, wechat platforms for a couple months. It provides information about new and nameless natural places around Kunming, helping locals to find new places for weekend. If you have weibo or wechat, you could search "昆明周末游". My friend and I are looking for new solutions for Yunnan's local tourism and this is one of our tries.
For traveling planing, I think for foreigners who come to a new country the first time, a traveling plan is quite important and meaningful for some people, especially to a country like China with language barrier and cultural misunderstanding.
Some comments mentioned that foreigners don't like Chinese travel agencies and I do know and understand. We young Chinese don't like tour agencies either. So the traveling plan is not going to suggest worthless tourist attractions. In the contrary, I will provide worthy information like what kind of traditional food to eat, the best hostels to see best view near Er Hai, quiet and comfortable bars in Lijiang. What's more, the plan will be designed for each person based on different needs. For example, someone plans to stay in Yunnan over one month and want to find a couple of quiet, comfortable and remote villages, the plan provides several villages with detail transport info, natural places with good views, nice hostels, and good recommended restaurants.Every day's arrangement is included.
Every time when I see foreigners in Lijiang and Dali, usually they only appear in cafe or youth hotel with English outside. I understand how difficult for a foreigner who doesn't speak Chinese to go into a Chinese restaurant. But they will surely miss a lot delicious food and a lot of fun. I hope there is a way to solve it, so I think with a really detail traveling plan, which could tell you how to find the best restaurants, how to get to unbeknown places with best views, this problem might be solved.
Or maybe, people are more likely to accept a local guide to take them to local places? Do you think a pdf or paper guide is better, or a local guide is better?