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August 2020

Down Under Tourism: What do we know about Australia?

2020-08-08T00:39:37+00:00

According to M. H. Monroe, aboriginal people have lived in Australia for at least 60,000 years, arriving by boat from south Asia by about that time. Some researchers have suggested that aboriginals arrived around 116,000 years ago. These dates have been strongly disputed and re-dating suggests that 60,000 years is correct.  Interestingly, most scientists agree that modern humans have only been in South East Asia since 20,000 years ago, which suggests that Australia was settled before South-East Asia.  Europe, meanwhile was first settled by modern humans also around 60,000 years ago, which suggests that Europeans and Aboriginals arrived in their destinations [...]

Down Under Tourism: What do we know about Australia?2020-08-08T00:39:37+00:00

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

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