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After tourism workshops, Taiwan names famil winners

September 26, 2017 Headline News No Comments Email Email

Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s Australian Roadshow concluded recently in Sydney after successful visits to Melbourne and Brisbane.

The delegation led by Dr Trust Lin, Director of Taiwan Tourism Bureau Singapore Branch, Mr Chih-kuang Hung, Senior Executive Officer, Taiwan Tourism Bureau and Taiwan Visitors Association Deputy Secretary General, Lili Kuo, included representatives of airlines, inbound tour operators, hotels and resorts.

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Taiwan Delegation Sydney

Participants in the workshop were given the opportunity to win one of five places in each city on a famil to Taiwan in November. The successful agents to join the five-day fully hosted itinerary are:

Melbourne Famil winners with Dr Trust Lin Director and Pearl Lee Marketing Representative Australia & NZ, Taiwan Tourism Bureau

Melbourne: Roxanne Leonard – Flight Centre Collins Square; Abi Ward – Flight Centre Collins Street; Janelle Caston – Flight Centre Business Travel; Darren Llewellyn – Helloworld Ivanhoe; Andrew Lewtas – Travel Connections North Melbourne.

Amis Kakeng Indigenous musical group in action

Brisbane: Aaron McCaskie – Flight Centre Garden City; Mary Ann Alison-Seek Travel Auchenflower; Gay Ring – Oasis World Travel; Andrew Turner – Travel Counsellors Holland Park West; Aileen Collins – TravelManagers Gold Coast.

Agents at Sydney Workshop

Sydney: Krystal Brazal – Everything Travel; Glenn Butcher – Flight Centre Bathurst Street; Lawrence Chuah – Flight Centre Eastwood; Mikaela Eggleston – Jetaround Holidays Sydney; Claudia Salvarti – Travel Australia Centre.

Dr Lin in his welcome speech spoke of the increased investment in the market to encourage more holiday and MICE business to Taiwan.

Taiwan Delegation Brisbane

Following the workshop the agents enjoyed dinner accompanied by entertainment from the Indigenous Amis Kakeng musical group and insights on travel to Taiwan from MC Justin Jamieson of Get Lost Magazine.

Amis Kakeng Indigenous Musical Group

During the evening, attendees were given the opportunity to enjoy delicious Taiwanese eats such as sun cakes, pineapple pastries, mung bean cakes and nougats, leaving them with unforgettable impressions of the allure of Taiwanese cuisine.

Edited by Peter Needham

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