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Last call for treats at the Taipei ITF

Only two draws are left but bargain-hunters at the Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF) can bag a good deal even if they pay for nothing more than admission.
Hotel industry confident on Taiwan's tourism sector

For Christopher Hsu (徐家瑜), Taipei ITF couldn't be a bigger success. "Look at these people in line. It's hard to tell but you're really seeing two lines," he said, waving his arm to the left and right of a circling kiosk. "We get a crowd like this every year," he added.
The 2011 Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF, 2011台北國際旅展) yesterday welcomed guests and enthusiastic travelers from around the globe at its grand opening ceremony, which rang with applauses as officials and performers spoke of the potential of Taiwan's tourism industry.
Thousands visit Taipei ITF
[Truly Hakka] Hakka youth pick up the baton

We all look forward to the next generations carrying on the world's livelihood, preferably with the cultural essence kept from previous eras and the wisdom of our ancestors.
Taipei ITF welcomes foreign visitors

To welcome foreign and local guests as well as tourism businesses to the 2011 Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF, 2011台北國際旅展), Taiwan's Tourism Bureau (觀光局) held a dinner banquet at the Chang Yung-fa Foundation (張榮發基金會) yesterday evening, providing the travelers and traveling experts with a taste of Taiwan.
Citizen journalists seek out top deals

There is a special group of people among the crowd taking pictures and looking for special discounts, promotional airfares and other goodies: bloggers.
A trip to El Salvador means mountains, towering volcanoes, and mile upon mile of pristine coastline.
El Salvador joins Central America pavilion at Taipei ITF
Taipei ITF kicks off

The biggest travel fair in the Asia-Pacific region celebrates its grand opening at the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC, 台北世貿中心) today, and officials have already predicted that the 1,500 booths setup by 61 countries will attract over 230,000 visitors during the 4-day event.
Buyers scouting at Travel Mart

More than 80 foreign buyers from 18 counties met up with local travel industry and hotel representatives yesterday at the Travel Mart (旅遊交易會). In their eyes, Taiwan offers attractions found in major metropolises as well as beautiful scenery and unique local culture.
Taipei ITF is among the biggest business-to-consumer expositions in Taiwan, second to only Computex. Knowing that it'll be ruthlessly crowded, how can you stay adroit and navigate your way to great deals?
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