Tibet Vista Manager Attended 11th Cross-strait Taipei Tourism Expo
The 11th Cross-strait Taipei Tourism Expo kicked off this morning in Taipei World Trade Center. The 4-day travel fair (Nov, 4—Nov.7, 2016) aimed to promote tourism and enhance the business cooperation and exchange between mainland China and Taiwan.
Catherine Jigme, manager of Tibet Vista, was receiving Taiwan visitors at Tibet exhibition stand.
This year’s annual event drew approximately 600 delegates from 28 different provinces of mainland China, the largest number ever- recorded. As the only female delegate who represented Tibet Autonomous Region to attend the tourism expo, Catherine Jigme, manager of Tibet Vista, felt very proud of herself and promised to work with partners to showcase the unparalleled alpine scenery, distinct culture and history of holy Tibet to the counterparts in Taiwan tourism sector and local Taiwanese residents.
“Our delegation will display the highlighted attractions in mainland China and rub shoulders with friends and professionals in Taiwan tourism industry, as Zhang Xiqin put it, head of the delegation and vice chairman of the China Tourism Association.
Scene of Tibet exhibition stand
During the exhibition, a series of performances, centered around “Beautiful China and The Silk Road”, were also expected to be staged. Taiwan residents would learn more of mainland China and its diverse tourism resources via well-designed itineraries and other tourist products. Meanwhile, the travel agencies and enterprises on both sides could have closer exchange and strike a deal throughout the event.
An estimated of 3, 36 billion Taiwan tourists toured mainland China, from January to September this year. The awe-inspiring Himalayan Mountains and exotic culture and mysterious Tibetan Buddhism were the major reasons why they were keen to have Tibet tour. Hopefully, more Taiwan tourists could travel to mainland China, esp. in Tibet to enjoy the grandeur of this holy land.