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CNTA makes visits to promote China travel


Liu Jinping, vice chair of the China Tourism Association, headed for Sydney, Australia recently with a delegation made up of travel industry representatives following the recent visit to America by CNTA, the governing body of travel industry in China. The visit purports to promote China travel in Australia and is the second large-scale governmental promotion in just a week.
Stilltravel is acknowledged that the 80-people delegation is composed of members from travel administrations and agencies of 19 provinces and municipals as Beijing, Shanxi and Jilin. The promotion in Sydney will feature Chinese performance arts shows and send out travel brochures. Industry cooperation meetings are also planned. Over 300 Australian travel agents have already registered. The delegation will also visit Brisbane, Auckland, and Melbourne since Dec. 4. Australia is an important market for Chinese inbound travelling. Every year, over 600,000 Australian visitors come to China, taking up 5% of the whole inbound number.

(Source:Stilltravel News, 2008-12-09)