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Multi-purpose fair puts Taiwan tourism on upward path

The Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF) is the largest event in the tourism industry. Not only does it generate more than NT$1 billion in sales, but it also presents a wonderful opportunity to promote Taiwan tourism.
Get ready for the Taipei ITF!

The Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF, 台北國際旅展) is back, bigger and better, entering its 20th edition bringing together the greatest local and international travel opportunities.
ITF the best platform to market travel destinations

The Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF) enters its 20th edition this year. Cherng Tyan Su (蘇成田), the new ITF chairman who assumed the post earlier this year, talked about the development of the ITF and offered some suggestions for both newcomers and regulars to the top travel fair in Asia in a recent interview with The China Post.
Taiwan Hot Spring Fine-Cuisine Carnival kicks off

As the lower temperatures of autumn sink in, tasting local delicacies while sinking yourself into hot springs may be your best refuge from the cold.
Taiwan hot springs excel in variety and quality

Since its inception in 2007, the Taiwan Hot Spring Fine-Cuisine Carnival has attracted millions of tourists from around the world to experience Taiwan's hot spring culture and taste fine cuisine prepared by local restaurants and resorts at the island's 17 hot spring districts.
To truly experience a culture, one must try its food. This popular saying is the central concept of the four-day Taiwan Culinary Exhibition (TCE, 台灣美食展), which opens today in the Taipei World Trade Center (台北世界貿易中心), allowing you to embark on a gastronomic journey throughout Taiwan's culinary culture.
Taiwan Culinary Exhibition sizzles
Local delicacies, vegetarian dining catch foodies' eyes

Every year the TCE features something new, and this year visitors will discover more about Taiwanese cuisine than expected at the East Coast section "Liyal."
Certifying green products

The Green Product Mark is a private eco-friendly certification for consumer products offered by TÜV Rheinland, a 140-year-old third-party test house with German origins and an international presence today.
Chinese New Year  spirit for all

Just before the Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year (CNY) as many Taiwanese call it, National Immigration Agency (NIA) Director-General Hsieh Li-kung got together with new migrants to share family stories, pray for bountiful seasons to come and cook an "international" reunion meal.
Chinese New Year — a time to share and reunite

While Taiwanese families return to their hometowns and lock themselves away for the Chinese New Year celebrations, Taiwan's expat community usually makes the most of the nine-day holiday to explore the island.
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