Published on : Wednesday, December 6, 2017
The two countries, Canada and China like the powerful people-to-people tie up. Over 1.8 million Canadians has to have a Chinese ancestry, after English and French, Mandarin and Cantonese are the most oft spoken languages in Canada. In 2018, Canada will have an exclusive chance to display all of its key attractions to the Chinese visitors and assisting to create well-paying middle-class jobs in different communities all over Canada.
As China and Canada prepare themselves for the 2018 Canada-China Year of Tourism or CCYT, the Honorable Bardish Chagger, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Minister of Small Business and Tourism along with Li Jinzao, Chairman of the China National Tourism Administration, disclosed the official CCYT logo at the time of the event at Weibo headquarters, China’s one of the largest online media companies.
All through the year, the logo will be utilized to lift up the awareness of the Year of Tourism. The logo has circle designs in both Canadian and Chinese cultures, showcasing unity and collaboration and strengthening the strong people-to-people ties that bind the countries together. The logo has panda and a polar bear image as these are the animals of national significance for both countries.
“I am happy to join Prime Minister Trudeau and my colleagues on this important trip to China. Canada’s relationship with China is built on strong family and people-to-people ties. Diversity is our strength, and the Canada-China Year of Tourism is a fabulous opportunity to build on these ties and showcase the many amazing events and attractions for which Canada is world-renowned. I am looking forward to welcoming a record number of Chinese visitors in 2018, which means more middle-class jobs for Canadians.”