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.
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:
Practice your way to a better French accent
By Laura K. Lawless, About.com Guide
A total of 2 lecturers, by the name of Ms. Nazaretha and Mr. Gabriel, and 31 students of KDU College majoring in Hotel and Tourism (BA2b and BA1f), took part on a trip to Pulao Langkawi from the 7th to the 9th of April, 2010 for an assessment of tour guiding skills for the subject called Operational Travel Business.
These educational trips are part of the subjects’ syllabus and usually are accounted for 30% of the whole mark for the semester.
Hereunder is an excerpt from the famous yearly ranking done by International Living. An interesting outlook at what criteria make our life enjoyable in a particular country. Do visit the website for the rest of the Top ten countries listed down by IL.
By the Staff of International Living
Here is an interesting outlook on what learning foreign languages can bring students, apart from credits and higher GPA's. Although the article deals with the American people at large, one may apply many of its ideas to Malaysian students and especially students of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts.