Journal compiler: Revue Tourisme (no.16, 2nd special English edition): West meets East: a Recipe of Success in the Era of Globalization.
Concurrent session moderator: the 7th Asia Pacific Forum for Graduate Students' Research in Tourism, Organized by UiTM Shah Alam, Hotel UiTM., June 3-4 2008
Trainer & Panelist: "7 Is to Your Ph.D." SIG and PhD Research Proposal Writing Workshop- TCHT, July 2008, Saujana Hotel
Shian Loong, B.L. and Lee Chin (forthcoming). Structure, Conduct and Performance (SCP) for Tourism Systems: Incorporating Spatial Contexts in Industrial Analysis and Policy. UPM Publication.
Shian Loong, B.L. (2010-Forthcoming). A Molecular Treatment of Successful Destinations: Revisiting Methodological Individualism. European Journal of Tourism Research.
Shian Loong, B.L. and Kong Yew, W. (2007). The Promise of Cellular Automata as a Class of Models for Applications in Urban Tourism. Paper Presented and published in the proceedings for the 5th Tourism Educators' Conference on Tourism and Hospitality, 3rd – 4th August, 2007, University Sains Malaysia, Penang.
Shian Loong, B. L. (2010). A Molecular Treatment of Successful Destinations: Revisiting Methodological Individualism. 3rd Asia-Euro Tourism, Hospitality & Gastronomy Conference 2010: Transformation and Modernisation in Tourism, Hospitality and Gastronomy, 24- 26 Nov 2010. Taylors University.
Shian Loong, B. L. (2008). Sustainable Destination Competitiveness: A Spatial Economic Characterization. Paper presented at the: 2nd Asia-Euro Tourism, Hospitality & Gastronomy Conference 2008: Asia Euro: Transfer of Technology and Knowledge in Tourism, Hospitality & Gastronomy, 20-22 Nov 2008. Taylors School of Hospitality and Tourism.
Shian Loong, B.L., Lee Chin, Siew Imm, S.N., Khairil, W.A. and Kong Yew, W. (2008). Sustainable Destination Competitiveness through the Lens of Spatial Complexity. Paper to be presented at: Seminar FEP 2008 Hotel Mahkota, Melaka, 17 - 19 December 2008.
Shian Loong, B.L. (2009) Flatworld Destination Economics: Visitor Rules and Emergent Competitiveness,September 2009,5th ERITA- Asia Seminar 2009,Taylors School of Hospitality and Tourism.
Guest Lectures Delivered
Christian Perspectives on Economics, in 2004 UNITAR Islamic Economy and Islam and Management Seminar with the theme: “Role of Religion in Economics: Sharing Ethical Values in Modern Society.” A one-day Seminars for UNITAR students of Islamic Economy and Islam and Management.
Member, Tourism Educators Association of Malaysia (TEAM)