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July 2020

Making the planet a better place is good for global tourism

2020-07-09T00:34:37+00:00

It is everyone’s responsibility to make this world a much better place. This will also facilitate global tourism which plays a key role in the global economy and many individuals’ happiness. The down under needs to improve its environment. As a global tourism fan, I’ve been to Australia for many times and I can confirm that it is a beautiful country. But due to its bushfires in December 2019, the air pollution in Australia is very serious. We can’t ignore this crisis which needs to be addressed urgently. The population was breathing in polluted air for days in Canberra, the capital [...]

Making the planet a better place is good for global tourism2020-07-09T00:34:37+00:00

Health, Wellbeing and Love: One World, One Vision – on world tourism

2020-07-03T00:31:24+00:00

The goal of this blog is to make this world a better place. We only have one world, so we need to share one vision when it comes to health, wellbeing and love on this planet. This is my take on world tourism, world peace and world health. World tourism and global health: I’m a vegetarian and I’ve been promoting the vegan diet for many years while traveling around the world because I believe it’s good for people’s health. But not everyone shares this view. Tim Noakes, a South African sports scientist famous for his promotion of a high-fat, meat-rich diet, [...]

Health, Wellbeing and Love: One World, One Vision – on world tourism2020-07-03T00:31:24+00:00

June 2020

Traveling the World: My Plant-based Diet

2020-06-23T11:41:19+00:00

It turns out that my plant-based diet is working really well for me. I’ve figured this out after consulting with many health professionals and I’ve seen a lot of interesting stories around the world in this regard. Around the world: A plant-based diet since childhood Can a vegan diet damage your child's health? Social workers in Lewisham believe it can, which is why they tried to take a five-year-old who appeared to have rickets into care. The couple say they don't eat dairy products because asthma runs in the family, but they're not vegans, as social workers claimed, because they do [...]

Traveling the World: My Plant-based Diet2020-06-23T11:41:19+00:00

How overseas holidays improve your productivity

2020-06-23T11:34:34+00:00

Ten years ago, I read Tim Ferriss’s book The Four-Hour Work Week which taught me this concept: mini-retirement. That means Tim Ferriss has a few holidays per year; each holiday lasts for several months. This is the most inspiring concept I’ve ever seen. You must rejuvenate yourself regularly. Yes, you read that right. I said “must”, not “should”. Rejuvenation is so key, especially in this day and age when everyone is busy with “busyness”. Indeed, a lot of people get the validation from being busy all the time because being busy makes them look important. Sad but true. But instead of [...]

How overseas holidays improve your productivity2020-06-23T11:34:34+00:00

Advice for the Ambitious: What to do during your downtime

2020-06-11T09:43:27+00:00

Ready for something unorthodox? Today I’d like to show you how to make the most of your downtime when you are keen to achieve career success! Leverage your downtime to strategize your career Yes, you’ve been busy all the time and at last, you have some “me time” for yourself. Hence, during your downtime, you can read a book about career advice or take an online program that teaches you how to get your ideal job in record time. Then you will see the transformation in record time. Invest time in yourself now and you will reap the benefits. Your network [...]

Advice for the Ambitious: What to do during your downtime2020-06-11T09:43:27+00:00

Eat, Love and Travel: Insights into International Tourism

2020-06-05T07:14:44+00:00

As a gourmet, I’ve studied the food culture around the world, so I think I should totally share some of my thoughts on this blog these days. International travel question: what is the future of our food? How can we feed the 2.5 billion more people – an extra China and India – likely to be alive in 2050? According to the United Nations (UN) food production must be doubled, new technologies adopted, waste avoided. There are already one billion chronically hungry people, climate change will only make farming harder to grow food in most places, the oceans are overfished, and [...]

Eat, Love and Travel: Insights into International Tourism2020-06-05T07:14:44+00:00

May 2020

Vegan Food Culture and Global Tourism

2020-05-28T14:58:51+00:00

I’ve traveled the world already, and I’ve proud of my experiences as well as what I’ve learned along the way. Now I’m a vegetarian officially and I’d like to share my thoughts on this topic today. A new understanding of vegan food after traveling the world: Even as it was unfolding in the first cold days of Veganuary 2019, the launch of the Greggs vegan sausage roll felt like something marketing experts and cultural commentators would be pulling apart for years to come. What is certain is that it was good for Greggs: its profits leapt more than 50%, to £40.6m, [...]

Vegan Food Culture and Global Tourism2020-05-28T14:58:51+00:00

Rich Culture, Wise People (My International Travel Journal)

2020-05-22T15:09:31+00:00

Our planet has a rich culture and fascinating history. Please allow me to share my international travel journal with you on this blog. The beauty of Belgium (international travel journal – Entry 1): Flanders, in the European country, Belgium, famed for its medieval cities and motorways that can be seen from space, is one of the most urban corners of Europe. Yet, this densely populated area is seeing a mini-boom in a new type of agriculture where farmers sell direct to consumers. The movement, known as community-supported agriculture, is the antithesis of the sprawling global distribution chains of modern industrial food [...]

Rich Culture, Wise People (My International Travel Journal)2020-05-22T15:09:31+00:00

A Fashionista’s Trip to Eastern Europe

2020-05-16T14:32:45+00:00

As a fashionista, I’ve always wanted to go to Eastern Europe and explore local fashion in the mysterious region. I feel very lucky because I’ve had the chance to make my dream come true! A word about vintage clothes: In my view, vintage clothing is just a way of wearing history (Think Mad Men)! Vintages clothes can be more than secondhand – in fact, they are an art form, a collector’s passion, with a story to tell and sentimental value. Basically, an item isn’t really vintage unless it dates from 1910-1979. Earlier than that, it’s clearly antique; later than that, it’s [...]

A Fashionista’s Trip to Eastern Europe2020-05-16T14:32:45+00:00

Unforgettable entertainment during an Eastern European trip

2020-05-04T11:44:13+00:00

I went to Eastern Europe earlier this year and it was a perfect experience! During this very enlightening Eastern European trip, I was thoroughly entertained. Please let me explain. 😉 I had a movie night every other night. My coach invited me to join a fashion retreat in Eastern Europe and one of the assignments was to see a movie which involves some impressive fashion every other night throughout the retreat. It was a very interesting task because it forced me to have fun (I could become anxious easily and couldn’t relax, so I totally needed that)! I saw these movies [...]

Unforgettable entertainment during an Eastern European trip2020-05-04T11:44:13+00:00