AFECA is pleased to inform that the 6th edition of the AFECA Asia MICE Youth Challenge 2021 is confirmed, and we are very excited to announce that it will be happening on Thursday 25th November 2021. The special condition this year is that the Youth Challenge will be organised in an online format, with Bangkok as the coordinating headquarter, worki...2021/07/21
The COVID-19 pandemic has put international tradeshow industry to a standstill in year 2020. With the slow recovery of the industry, several Asian countries have restarted tradeshows since the last quarter of year 2020. As the world is gradually coming out of the pandemic, the key learnings and good practices from the reopened Asian tradeshows are...2021/06/02
◎ Xinhua Headlines: China guards against imported cases as overseas COVID-19 infections spiral
◎ Coronavirus: China to push ahead with Canton Fair despite pandemic threat
With the Taiwan government effectively curbing the spread of COVID-19 in the country, Taiwan is now one of the most preferred destinations in the world for MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) business.
With collaborative efforts from the government and business sectors, Taiwan’s MICE industry has been booming i...
Dear International Visitors and Exhibitors,
On behalf of TAITRA, I wish to express my deepest sympathy, concern and support to those affected by the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The new epidemic has caused serious harm to global and domestic MICE industries and tourism in Asia. However, Taiwan has been...
TAITRA committed to safeguard event and exhibition participants at all venues
In response to the global covid-19 outbreak, Taiwan took comprehensive and effective measures to protect the health of the public. Taiwan was among the first countries to take early measures to prevent the virus from spreading. In curbing the virus early on...
Thailand has strong capacities for case detection, risk assessment, case investigation, laboratory diagnosis, clinical management, infection prevention and control, as well as risk communication, the World Health Organization said.
BANGKOK, 24 February 2020: According to WHO’s Covid-19 observations on Thailand, the UN agency commends...
Facing a worldwide supply shortage of surgical masks during the global COVID-19 outbreak, the Taiwan government, fast collaborating with local industry technology research institutes as well as smart-machinery & automation sectors, will increase mask production to meet the demand domestically, and in the process turn Taiwan into the 2nd largest sur...2020/02/18
TAITRA announces modified schedule on events due to global COVID-19 outbreak
TAITRA, the benchmark for sourcing quality and innovation in Taiwan, has worked closely with industries and government to implement any necessary contingency plans to ensure the health and safety of visitors and exhibitors to all events.