Lifestyle / 2014 WTCF Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit

Interview with Sylviana Murni

[2014-09-12 11:00]

Jakarta in Indonesia and Beijing have been sister cities for several years. Last week, the deputy Governor of Jakarta, Sylviana Murni, came to Beijing to attend the World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF)'s two-day tourism summit.

Interview with Abderrafia Zouitene

[2014-09-12 11:00]

Abderrafia Zouitene, Chief Executive Officer of Moroccan National Tourist Office, introduced his country to during WTCF.

Interview with Scott Supernaw

[2014-09-12 10:46]

Scott Supernaw, chairman of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), spoke to about his insight into China's tourism development.

Interview with Martin Craigs

[2014-09-12 10:30]

In today's world, digital products and services are changing the ways people think and act. The 2014 WTCF also discussed the new challenges, new platforms and new opportunities cities have in the digital age, and Martin Craigs, CEO of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), was one of the keynote speakers.

Interview with Franco D'Alfonso

[2014-09-12 10:06]

The World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF)’s two-day tourism summit was held in Beijing last week. Franco D'Alfonso, deputy mayor Milan in Italy, said he felt grateful to Beijing for taking the lead to build a platform where cities can communicate.

Interview with Cathrine Doran

[2014-09-12 09:48]

Cathrine Doran is the senior vice president of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau. Last week, she visited China for the first time to attend the World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) in Beijing.

Interview with Amraoui Allal

[2014-09-12 09:31]

After a voting procedure during the 2014 World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF), Rabat and Fez in Morocco won the bid to host the summit next year.

Tourist cities must work together, officials told

[2014-09-06 16:30]

Cities that attract tourists should work more closely with their peers and industry organizations and develop policies to boost the travel sector, government officials and other delegates were told at the Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit.

Beijing summit attracts key leisure-travel players

[2014-09-06 16:30]

A two-day conference hosted by one of the world's largest international tourism associations opened in Beijing on Thursday.

Digital media help promote tourism

[2014-09-05 16:39]

Digital media and its applications will promote tourist cities as well as their cultures in the world through frequent exchanges of information and personal experiences, which will be one of the priorities of the Media Organizations of World Tourism Cities Federation.

Outbound tourism trend: offline to online

[2014-09-05 10:56]

For Chinese tourists aiming to travel overseas, the online travel services have become their top choices, a reflection of booming online travel transactions in China, based on a survey released on the travel summit in Beijing.

China's inbound tourism witnesses decline

[2014-09-05 10:20]

Inbound tourism in China has witnessed continuous decline in the last two to three years, Xu Fan, a member of the Expert Committee of the World Tourism Organization, said on Friday.

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