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  • Taiwan sees sharp drop in tourists after earthquake

    Taiwan’s tourism sector faces challenges following the April drop in foreign visitors, particularly from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore, due to the 0403 Hualien Earthquake. Learn about the MOTC’s strategies to boost tourism.
    2024/07/12 20:00
  • Summer Travel Expo kicks off with China’s participation

    Discover the highlights of the 2024 Taipei Summer Travel Expo, including the participation of 155 officials from China and over 500 exhibitors. Learn about the event’s aim to enhance Taiwan-China tourism relations, running from July 12-15.
    2024/07/12 15:17
  • Hsiao: Bubble tea shops in D.C. show Taiwan’s soft power

    Taiwan’s service industry, from bubble tea shops in Washington, D.C., to its hospitality sector, is making a global impact, as highlighted by Vice President Bi-khim Hsiao at the 2024 iService ceremony.
    2024/07/03 20:59
  • Chinese tour group to visit Matsu despite travel warning

    Discover how a Chinese tour group’s visit to Matsu, Taiwan, proceeds amid heightened travel advisories and political tensions between Taiwan and China. Learn more about the implications for cross-strait relations.
    2024/06/28 11:08
  • China reiterates plans to reopen tourism with Taiwan

    The Taiwan Affairs Office reiterates China’s plans to reopen tourism with Taiwan, criticizing the DPP for maintaining a tour group ban, while efforts to resume cross-strait exchanges continue.
    2024/06/12 15:29
  • Taiwan to join APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting in Peru

    Discover how Taiwan is engaging with global tourism leaders at the 12th APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting in Peru to promote its tourism and share strategies for industry growth and resilience post-pandemic.
    2024/06/06 11:43
  • Cruise passenger numbers in Taiwan expected to hit 816,000

    Discover how Taiwan’s cruise industry is set for a 47% increase in ship dockings this year, reaching 482, and the steps being taken to meet the demand for skilled cruise personnel.
    2024/06/05 17:19
  • President Lai commits to boosting cross-strait tourism

    Discover how Taiwan aims to boost cross-strait tourism with a focus on mutual respect and shared prosperity, as announced by President Lai Ching-te at the Taipei Tourism Exposition. Learn about the government’s strategies for sustainable tourism and international integration.
    2024/05/31 14:52
  • President Lai champions peace, tourism growth at Taipei expo

    Discover how President Lai Ching-te is promoting peace across the Taiwan Strait and advancing Taiwan’s tourism sector, including digital initiatives and global AI development, at the Taipei Tourism Exposition.
    2024/05/31 14:10
  • Premier Cho calls for Chinese goodwill in tourism standoff

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s decision to allow pre-organized tours to China despite an initial suspension, aiming to revive cross-strait tourism amid zero group travel from China. Learn about the government’s flexible approach and hopes for mutual goodwill.
    2024/05/30 16:45
  • Taiwan’s travel agencies challenge ongoing China travel ban

    Taiwan’s travel agencies urge the government to reconsider the prolonged group travel ban to China, arguing it is unconstitutional and harms cross-strait relations and the travel industry.
    2024/05/30 16:06
  • Taiwan maintains ban on group tours to China

    Discover the latest on the ban on group tours to China for Taiwanese citizens, as the Travel Agents Association confirms no changes despite industry calls for easing restrictions.
    2024/05/29 17:53
  • Thailand doubles visa-free stay to 60 days for 93 countries

    Discover how Thailand’s new visa measures for travelers from Taiwan and 92 other countries aim to boost its economy by doubling the stay limit to 60 days and targeting 40 million visitors this year.
    2024/05/29 16:27
  • Hualien’s tourism faces low bookings, hotel closures

    Discover how Taiwan’s tourism industry faces challenges during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday, with a significant drop in hotel bookings and the impact of natural disasters on regions like Hualien. Learn about the efforts for recovery.
    2024/05/23 17:26
  • Hsiao Bi-khim leads DPP staff to support Hualien tourism

    Discover how the Democratic Progressive Party is supporting Hualien’s recovery from an April earthquake through tourism and local consumption, led by Vice President-elect Hsiao Bi-khim.
    2024/05/15 14:55
  • Taiwan faces underground tourism risk amid China travel ban

    Explore the impact of a potential ban on Taiwanese travel groups to China starting June 1, as discussed by Chen Yi-hsuan. With 80% of Taiwan’s travel agencies involved with China, the industry faces the risk of unregulated tourism. Efforts to negotiate with China have begun, highlighting the economic significance of Chinese tourists to Taiwan and urging the new government to prioritize cross-strait exchanges. Concerns over legal, safety, and transportation issues are also raised by industry leaders.
    2024/05/07 14:42
  • Political tensions and natural disasters impact tourism

    Chu Chien-meng of the Development Association for Taiwan Tour Guide shares a bleak outlook for Taiwan’s tourism in 2023 due to unresolved political tensions with China and a new ban on group tours. The industry also faces challenges from recent natural disasters and legal issues, despite calls for more open policies to boost tourism and economic growth.
    2024/05/07 14:38
  • Taiwan unveils NT$3B plan to revive tourism after quake

    Discover how Taiwan’s Minister of Transportation and Communications, Wang Kwo-tsai, unveils three comprehensive revitalization plans for Hualien following a devastating earthquake. These initiatives aim to support the local tourism industry, provide accommodations for victims, and offer subsidies to tourists, with an estimated budget of NT$3 billion. Learn more about the impact of the April 7.2 magnitude quake on Hualien’s tourism, including hotel closures and layoffs, and the government’s efforts to rejuvenate the area in the coming months.
    2024/04/17 13:19
  • Taiwan calls for goodwill from China to resume tourism

    Taipei (TVBS News) - Taiwan’s Minister of Transportation and Communications, Wang Kuo-tsai, urges China to show goodwill towards resuming tourism and travel between the two countries. The Ministry of Transport and Communications banned local travel agencies from arranging tours to China in early 2024, leading to backlash from the tourism sector. Wang emphasized the government’s commitment to healthy interactions with China and hopes for the return of Chinese tourists to Taiwan. The goal of attracting 12 million international tourists to Taiwan this year remains unchanged, with the potential for two million visits from China, depending on pandemic control. The MOTC will evaluate the impact of the ban on travel agencies and work on solutions. Discussions with airlines will ensure affected travel agencies can refund their clients for booking issues.
    2024/02/22 12:01
  • Taiwanese airlines add more flights to Kyushu region

    Explore the economic ripple effects of TSMC’s new fab in Kumamoto, Japan, on local markets and Taiwan’s airline industry, with increased flights and market potential for business and tourism.
    2024/02/20 16:39
  • Taiwan’s travel ban on China tours sparks industry outcry

    The story discusses the Taiwan Tourism Administration’s ban on travel agencies organizing group trips to China, citing national security concerns. Hsiao Po-jen, President of the Taiwan’s Travel Agent Association, seeks to address industry concerns with President-elect Lai Ching-te. The directive has sparked protests from the travel industry, with potential penalties for violators. The Tourism Administration cites the "Act for the Development of Tourism" to support the ban, threatening license termination for those jeopardizing national interests. Hsiao argues that organizing travel groups should not be deemed harmful to national interests, hinting at possible legal actions in response.
    2024/02/20 11:26
  • Taiwan halts tour solicitations to China amid tensions

    The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has abruptly halted the solicitation of tours to China, reversing its previous policy. Originally scheduled to open on March 1, tours from Taiwan to China were limited to a daily reference cap of 2,000 people, with the possibility of adjustments based on the travel industry’s ability to attract customers. The decision to halt the tours immediately was made in response to China’s failure to organize tours to Taiwan and its unilateral change of the M503 flight route without goodwill, which poses a threat to flight safety. The Tourism Administration, a part of the MOTC, believes that given the current circumstances, it is not in the best interest of Taiwanese nationals to travel to China. They continue to appeal to China to demonstrate goodwill and promote cross-strait tourism exchange. Tours that have already been solicited and are due to depart between March 1 and May 31, 2024, will proceed as planned to protect passenger rights, but tours after June 1 are not permitted to depart. Travel companies are urged to refrain from soliciting customers to avoid potential disputes.
    2024/02/07 17:06
  • T’way Air revives Incheon-Taichung route, boosting tourism

    T’way Air has resumed operations on its Incheon-to-Taichung route, with the maiden flight carrying 189 passengers. Taichung City’s Tourism and Travel Bureau held a welcoming event for the inaugural flight and believes that reopening the route will deepen tourism exchanges between Taichung and Korea. Director Chen Mei-hsiu cited Taichung’s mild climate, convenient location, rich tourist resources, and food culture as attractions for Korean visitors. The Incheon-Taichung route, operating a Boeing 737-800, will have seven weekly flights, with daily round-trip service in winter. T’way Air is the third Korean airline operating the route, following Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. In 2023, the number of tourists traveling from Korea to Taiwan reached 470,000, ranking third after Japan.
    2024/01/05 17:49
  • Overseas community emphasizes voting’s role in democracy

    The San Francisco overseas Chinese community hosted a New Year flag-raising ceremony, with Fremont Mayor Lily Mei encouraging the next generation to run for office and speak out for Asians. Mei also urged the community to vote robustly in the upcoming T U.S.-Taiwan relations and reminded them not to underestimate individual power. Director-General Scott Lai of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in San Francisco reviewed Taiwan’s accomplishments last year, highlighting its rise in various indices, ranking second in freedom in Asia and sixth in global competitiveness. Lai also noted the meeting between Morris Chang, founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), and key U.S. officials at the 2023 Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, praising it as a symbol of U.S. executive branch support for Taiwan. However, Lai acknowledged challenges lie ahead for Taiwan, particularly in its tourism, sightseeing, and restaurant industries’ recovery, as well as social issues such as declining birthrates and wealth disparity. Lai assured that the government would take a more proactive and responsible stance to make positive changes felt by the public.
    2024/01/02 16:00
  • Taiwan to subsidize foreign business travelers in 2024

    The Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Taiwan have announced a new "Subsidiary Tourism" program aimed at boosting business travel. Foreign business travelers will be eligible for a subsidy of up to NT$2,000 starting next year. The program has a budget of NT$10 million and aims to support foreign business visitors to Taiwan. Stocks of related hotels have surged in response to this policy push, with analysts predicting positive growth for the tourism industry. The reduction in extended public holidays next year is expected to favor domestic tourism momentum and improve hotel occupancy rates. Overall, businesses and investors anticipate a robust year ahead for the hotel industry in Taiwan.
    2023/12/20 17:27
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