Korea could soon see shift in incentive tourism sector

Korea could soon see shift in incentive tourism sector

Korea has been a popular destination for Chinesecompanies treating their clients and employees to an incentive holiday. But with growing tensions over the deploymentof a U. S. missile defense system to the peninsula, Korea is bracing for a decline in the numberof incentive tourists from China this year. Oh Soo-young tells us more. Feasts of …

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Travel Professor – Bali Overview

Travel Professor – Bali Overview

I'm here in Bali, Indonesia. The island of Bali – it's an island and a province in southeast Indonesia. It's about 3. 2 kilometres east of Java. The population in Bali is about 4. 2 million as of January 2014. 83. 5% report to be Hindus based on the 2010 Census so different from the …

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School of Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism – Overview Video

School of Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism – Overview Video

(upbeat electronic music) – [Voiceover] Action,adventure, and hot, hot stuff. Sum up the energy, and intensity of the programs that live within theSchool of Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism at Humber. This school prides itself on attracting the highestcaliber of teachers. With the broadest range of credentials and industry experience. Our faculty have workedall over the …

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The Bank of England Museum

The Bank of England Museum

The Bank of England, otherwise known as TheOld Lady of Threadneedle Street was founded in 1694 and it’s the UK’s central bank…. Isn’tshe a beauty. You probably don’t know the Bank of Englandhas a Bank Nun, which came from the legend of Sarah Whitehead…That’s me. They say my ghost haunts the bank’s garden…giggle which I …

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Toyota donates $750K for downtown museums

Toyota donates $750K for downtown museums

MEGAN: I BELIEVE IT. THANK YOU. TOYOTA DONATING MONEY FOR TWO NEW MUSEUMS BEING BUILT IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON. KEEGAN: THEY WROTE A CHECK FOR $750,000 TO THE MUSEUM OF MISSISSIPPI HISTORY AND THE MISSISSIPPI CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM. BOTH ARE BEING BUILT RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON AND SCHEDULED TO OPEN IN DECEMBER. …

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