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Follow the Tropic of Cancer by its food trail

Foodies, rejoice! While Taiwan is known for its exciting attractions and tourist sites, it is also well-known for its wide variety of specialty foods, all specific to a different region of the island.
T he “Taiwan Fun on the Tropic of Cancer” program kicks off with the “Good Morning! Sun!” activity today. This sun-soaked celebration is held at Taiwan's East Coast tropic landmark, doubling as an opening ceremony for the Tourism Bureau initiative.
Romance, Made in Taiwan

Whether you are single or in a relationship, there is always something romantic to do or somewhere enchanting to visit in Taiwan.
Taiwan Cycling Festival kicks off

Bicycle-lovers from around Taiwan and overseas are getting ready for the 2012 Taiwan Cycling Festival (2012臺灣自行車節), which is to be held from Nov. 10 to Nov. 18.
Realize your dream trip on a bicycle

Have you ever taken a cycling vacation? If your trip were subsidized by the government, where would you go? To put together a list of creative ideas on cycling in Taiwan, the Tourism Bureau launched a program last month called Taiwan Cycling Miracle (台灣騎跡).
Thumbs up for Taipei ITF!

The Taipei World Trade Center is packed with tens of thousands of visitors as the Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF) enters its third day.
The Taipei 2012 International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF, 台北國際旅展) is not only a hub for top bargain deals; it is also a unique platform for intellectual, business and cultural exchange. The three Travel Seminars to be held Monday will share and nurture new ideas for the international tourism industry.
Tick tock, tick tock goes the clock

Did you miss out on the great opportunity to set up a booth or exhibit your products to promote international exchanges and collaboration at this year's Taipei International Travel Fair? No fear, application dates are here!
Central America takes center stage

Rhythmic drum beats keep pace with the lively music as dancers tap vigorously in their glossy skirts at the Central America Pavilion. It is a special folk dance beautifully mastered by Nicaraguan dance troupe Ballet Folklorico Mazatepelt.
Taipei ITF makes grand debut

Vice President Wu Den-yih (吳敦義), Minister of Transportation and Communications Mao Chi-kuo (毛治國) and Chairman C.J. Chang (張家祝) of the Taiwan Visitors Association (TVA, 台灣觀光協會) attended yesterday the Opening Ceremony of the Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF, 台北國際旅展) along with various officials and VIPs.
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