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"Advances in Hospitality and relaxation" ("AHL"), a peer-reviewed sequence, seeks to convey fresh insights from a number of medical investigations touching on hospitality, rest, and tourism whereas rendering an instructional discussion board to stimulate dialogue on present literature, modern matters and rising traits necessary to idea development in addition to specialist practices from a world viewpoint. the focus of this magazine is to expose the leading edge equipment of inquiry to be able to motivate new study subject matters which are very important and feature been in huge ignored. AHL strives to deal with the desires of the population keen to disseminate seminal rules, suggestions, and theories derived from scholarly inquiries. capability readers may well retrieve valuable texts supporting define new study agendas, recommend attainable subject matters for a dissertation paintings, and increase the data of the hot matters of studying.
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In other words, most studies seemed to concern more about the issues relating to the society and economic development in Taiwan when it came to the topic of foreign labors. The research about a foreign labor’s leisure life and life satisfaction in Taiwan is found lacking. Therefore, this study aimed to understand the relationships among foreign labors’ leisure behaviors and overall satisfaction of living in Taiwan. Thai labors were used as the study subject to investigate the relationship between their leisure preference, leisure participation, leisure constraint, leisure satisfaction, and Relationships between Leisure Behaviors and Life Satisfaction 27 life satisfaction in Taiwan.
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