Taiwan

  • Taiwan’s largest carrier, China Airlines is considering a name change

    Published on : Thursday, April 16, 2020

    The coronavirus or COVID 19 pandemic has indirectly reignited fresh calls from the public to change the name of Taiwan’s largest carrier, China Airlines.     According to reports in Taiwanese media, the concerns arose after the airline sent a …

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  • Taiwan Government provides support to tourism industry

    Published on : Monday, April 13, 2020

    Taiwan’s government has decided to provide emergency relief measures for its crippling tourism sector as part of its NT$1.05 trillion (1.14 trillion baht) aid package. The support would be provided to workers and businesses bearing the economic brunt of the …

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  • Taiwan focused on ‘Holiday for Healing’

    Published on : Monday, April 13, 2020

    Taiwan is  exploring ways to recover from the situation of the crises owing to the pandemic and the Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB), in close contact with all stakeholders within Taiwan and in India.   TTB’s communication will embark on a …

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  • Macao casinos are facing renewed restrictions on China

    Published on : Thursday, March 26, 2020

    The casinos in Macao face a new threat to their viability as officials imposed new limitations on tourism, this time from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan as the region has seen several new cases of COVID-19 after having been clear …

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  • Corona virus unlikely to affect Taiwan’s overall economy in the short term

    Published on : Wednesday, February 5, 2020

    The corona virus epidemic affecting China and having been declared a global public health emergency should not drastically affect Taiwan’s overall economy in the short term but has the probability to affect the tourism and aviation sectors, as anticipated by …

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  • Taiwan sees record tourism despite boycott from China

    Published on : Thursday, January 9, 2020

    Last year, China upped the ante against Taiwan making use of measures to bring discipline. China boycotted a prestigious film festival in Taiwan, enticed more countries to break diplomatic ties with Taipei, and restricted the number of visitors from the mainland. However, like before, it failed …

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  • 11.84 foreigners visited Taiwan in 2019

    Published on : Tuesday, January 7, 2020

    Taiwan’s tourism bureau announced the number of tourists visiting Taiwan in 2019 saw a 7% increase from the previous year. Receiving 11.84 million was the sharpest annual jump since 2014. The visitors from China  increased by 0.5% from the previous …

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  • In the third quarter of this year, tourism deficit of Taiwan hit record height

    Published on : Saturday, November 23, 2019

    Balance of payments figures unveiled by the central bank of Taiwan on Wednesday highlighted a net shortfall of US$2.3 billion in tourism service payments in the third quarter of this year, as travel expenditure by Taiwanese going abroad totaled US$5.71 …

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  • China to stop individual tourism permits for Taiwan

    Published on : Thursday, August 1, 2019

    China will stop issuing individual travel permits for Taiwan to people in 47 mainland cities from Thursday, its culture and tourism ministry said, citing the state of ties with the self-ruled island.       People from the mainland need …

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  • Heavy rain alert issued in 15 counties, as Danas threatens Taiwan

    Published on : Friday, July 19, 2019

    Tropical Storm Danas has shifted its path east and no longer poses a direct threat to Taiwan, but a heavy rain alert has been issued for 15 counties and cities as its periphery lashes the country, while its evil “twin” …

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  • Over 100 tourism association heads sign a petition in Taiwan

    Published on : Tuesday, July 16, 2019

    Over 100 tourism association heads have signed a petition urging presidential candidates to take note of their policy proposals for the tourism industry, and the number is still growing.   Petition organizers include Providence University Department of Tourism associate professor …

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  • EVA Air cabin crew strike leaves thousands of passengers stranded in Taiwan

    Published on : Friday, June 21, 2019

    After the latest round of negotiations with airline management reaching a deadlock the EVA Air cabin crew went on a strike over pay and working conditions.     Taiwan’s second-largest airline strike has left thousands of passengers looking for alternative …

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  • 6.1 magnitude strikes Taiwan, 17 injured

    Published on : Friday, April 19, 2019

    An earthquake of 6.1 magnitude struck Taiwan Thursday afternoon, rekindling memories of a deadly tremor that hit the island a year ago.   The temblor hit at 1:01 p.m. and was centred off the coast of Hualien, on Taiwan’s east …

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  • Kimpton Da An Hotel debuts in Asia

    Published on : Friday, March 29, 2019

    Designed by Neri & Hu, the 129-rooms Kimpton Da An Hotel, opened in Taipei, capital of Taiwan. Located in the heart of the Da’an District the hotel is a sanctuary for the laid-back luxury traveller.     The lush greenery, …

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  • Taiwan upgrading tourism values with smart innovations

    Published on : Saturday, February 23, 2019

    Taiwan must move to add more values to its tourism industry by developing smart innovations and smart transportation solutions, according to Christian Fuchssteiner, director of the Austrian Commercial Office in Taipei.     Austria is set to demonstrate its latest …

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  • Vietnam’s first private airport, Van Don International Airport opens

    Published on : Monday, December 31, 2018

    The Van Don International Airport in Vietnam officially opened on December 30, with the airport expected to open new avenue between northern Vietnam and Taiwan.     This is the first private airport, expected to open international routes to Taiwan, …

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  • In Taiwan, LGBT rights faces disappointment

    Published on : Monday, November 26, 2018

    In Taiwan, LGBT Travel and Tourism is huge business According to Gay Travel Asia, the island Province has one of the biggest and the best gay scenes in Asia. There is, nevertheless, no mention to LGBT travel is visible on …

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  • Taiwan has hidden secrets to be discovered

    Published on : Friday, September 28, 2018

    Those who think that Taiwan is known for its high rise buildings would be impressed to know that there are many more things that are waiting to be discovered. From towering seal cliffs to gorges to forests, night markets and …

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  • Chinese aviation regulators say four American airlines missed Taiwan deadline

    Published on : Friday, July 27, 2018

    Chinese regulators say four U.S. airlines have failed to carry out an order to call self-ruled Taiwan as part of China on their websites.   The air regulator says 40 out of 44 foreign airlines met a Wednesday deadline to …

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  • American Airlines removes Taiwan references after China demand

    Published on : Wednesday, July 25, 2018

    The authorities of American Airlines Group confirmed it had changed how its website refers to Taiwan, a move expected to be followed by two other major US carriers in an effort to avoid Chinese penalties.     A check of …

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