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  1. 2. I want to eat.
  2. 3. I want to know.
  3. 4. I want to travel.
  4. 5. What do you want … ?
  5. 6. I like . . . and dislike Food Culture Walking Team Touring Car Photo Crowd Surprise
  6. 7. SLOW TRAVEL ?
  7. 8. SLOW TRAVEL TRAVEL SLOWLY
  8. 9. SLOW TRAVEL “ Is an issue which exploits an alternative to air and car travel, where people travel to destinations more slowly overland, stay longer and travel less . ” --Dickinson et al (2010a)
  9. 10. Why do I recommend SLOW TRAVEL?
  10. 12. Occupation of land Water and air pollution Traffic congestion Damage to the ecosystem
  11. 13. “ The tourism sector is currently responsible for an estimated 5 per cent of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions worldwide.” --Dickinson, J. and Lumsdon, L. (2010) Slow travel and tourism.
  12. 14. How to TRAVEL SLOWLY ?
  13. 20. SLOW TRAVEL ? A CASE (LONDON) Start: Liverpool Street Station Finish: Mansion House Underground Station Duration: 1.5 hours Best time: Weekends and weekday Evenings
  14. 22. The Church of St Botolph’s Without Bishopsgate
  15. 23. Is it easy/ difficult to carry out?
  16. 24. It is easy/ difficult .
  17. 25. It is lack of infrastructure .
  18. 26. It is lack of accommodation .
  19. 27. It is lack of service .
  20. 28. It is lack of awareness .
  21. 29. BUT It could be applied in modern cities.
  22. 30. Reference Dickinson, J. and Lumsdon, L. (2010) Slow travel and tourism. London: Earthscan. David, M. (2008) “Global travelers and global oil”. Limits to Travel : How Far Will You Go. London: Earthscan. pp.43-53. Gunn,C.A. and Var,T. (2002) Tourism Planning. New York: Routledge. Wu.B. and Zhu.H. and Xu.X. (2000) “Trends in China’s domestic tourism development at the turn of the century”. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management. 12/5. pp296-299. Available at: http://www.emerald-library.com. (Accessed:7 September 2011) Jones, R (2009) “Alleyways of the old city.” Walking haunted London. London: New Holland Publishers.pp22-27.
  23. 31. Thank you! Han Yi

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