The hospitality industry is growing fast – especially in Asia. Jones Lang LaSalle recently published data showing that hotel investment in Asia has increased 85 percent compared to last year’s figures. That’s an alarming increase in hospitality investments, and it indicates that the entire continent is going to be in serious need of highly qualified hospitality professionals...
Last year was a monumental one for the hospitality industry, particularly on the global tourism front. According to a report issued by the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), more than 1 billion international tourist arrivals were registered in 2012. This marks the first time in history that this statistic has entered ten-figure territory. The numbers...
SINCE the last year, Asian Correspondent has been closely following and reviewing the hospitality and culinary arts education industry. The publication has reviewed dozens of different hospitality and culinary arts schools, and spoken to hundreds of students, lecturers and celebrity chefs. In July 2010, Australian wine critic Peter Scudamore-Smith reviewed the state of hospitality and...
Part of the reputed The Art Institutes network, The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles tops the list as one of the most attractive places for Asian students to earn a degree in culinary arts. California is famous for its liberal and diverse culture, and international students find more opportunities in this city than...
Part of the distinguished Art Institutes, The Art Institute of Seattle combines communication and critical thinking to deliver an innovative model of education that is vital for students to succeed in the competitive world of culinary arts. The booming culinary sector in Asia has resulted in large numbers of students eager to cash in on...
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