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Book Chapter – Indigenous Bunun Culture in Southern Taiwan

Martin, S. A., & Blundell, D. (2017). Cultural continuum among the Bunun of Laipunuk (Nei Ben Lu), southern Taiwan (pp. 215–246). In H. Chang and A. Mona [C. Tsai] (Eds.), Religion, law and state: Cultural re-invigoration in the new age. Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines and SMC: Taipei.

Faculty of International Studies Press Release: https://fis.psu.ac.th/en/index.php/dr-steven-andrew-martin-recognized-ethnographic-film-academic-research-headhunters-taiwan/

Next generation Bunun explore their ancestral homeland of Laipunuk (內本鹿) in southern Taiwan

Book Chapter – Exploring the system boundaries of surfing sites

Martin, S. A., & O'Brien, D. (2017). Part 2: A systems approach – Chapter 2. Surf resource system boundaries. In G. Borne and J. Ponting (Eds.), Sustainable surfing. Routledge: London.

"Surf Resource System Boundaries" is an environmental management approach aimed at the conservation of surfing sites

The Art of Welcome

I am currently working on "The Art of Welcome" with Edward E. Vaughan, a new video series featuring hospitality and tourism students and their experiences abroad.

The concept is registered with the Writers Guild of America and features the lives of students who study and work in the hospitality and tourism industry. Each episode takes palace in a different country.

Shooting in Hong Kong with University Filmworks

What Makes a University Great?

I wrote and hosted this short film under the direction of Edward E. Vaughan. The video explores the Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) and focuses on the story of leadership and the Dean of School, Prof. Kaye Chon. The video was produced by University Filmworks.

What Makes a University Great?