Here is the address of the new blog for the following Degree subject: The Global Hospitality & Tourism Industry (TM001A)
This blog aims at being an interactive platform for students enroled in that subject and at the same time a general survey of what's going on in the H&T industry, especially the Tourism sector, in these days of dramatic worldwide economic and social changes.
Pictures and a short write up from my co-teaching sessions with Mrs. K.L. Tan.
Students of the Diploma in Hotel and Tourism Management 1were on their last week of kitchen and restaurant practicals. It was an exciting session because it was also their practical exams.
Dear Students of German,
there are various useful and entertaining resources on the interweb where you could supplement your knowledge of German or improve your skills.
If you have some spare time, you might want to try them out:
Step into German by the Goethe Institut with lots of cultural stuff like soccer of recent German music.
Here's your chance to win some serious money! Join this video competition, have fun shooting and editing a short film, and take home big prizes.
Details can be found on the www.leaderonomics.com website.
France had Edith Piaf, Maurice Chevalier and a few other world famous singers, but though their fame is still acknowledged, there are now new talents emerging evryday. Their main feature is the image of diversity of France they are conveying through their voice, their songs and their attitude.
Now for some name dropping:
A team of three KDU students brought home a Gold Medal from the recent FHA in Singapore (read more about KDUs involvement). The Food Hotel Asia is one of the most prominent events in the hospitality world. Ooi Shar Mayn, Amanda Yuen and Julia Ung took part in the Dream Team Challenge and tell us, how they experienced the event.
The last SHTCA English Week (EW, pronounced ‘evee’) 2010 was a week long activity from the 22nd to 25th February. The closing ceremony was also attended by the CEO and Vice Principal of College. The event coincided with public speaking finals, debates and a line up of karaoke finalists too. The choir and dance presentations programmes included added to the carnival like atmosphere where everyone thought it was a great entertainment event as well.
This year's Hot Cat Tour had a new element, a video competition.
Teams could submit short videos about tourist hot spots in KL.
We have received twelve such videos and enjoyed watching them immensely. Students were surprisingly creative and apparently had fun, too.
Unfortunately, only three of the teams could win. And here are...