CCTV.com:
3rd annual WTCF summit lures global delegations

[2014-09-28]

The World Tourism Cities Federation summit started on Thursday in Beijing. It presents an international platform to expand the tourism market and cooperate with other countries.

  • Xinhua.net:
    Tourism summit to open in Sept

    [2014-09-28]

    The 2014 World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit will be held in Beijing from September 3-5, 2014.

  • China Daily:
    International delegation visit capital for tourism summit

    [2014-09-28]

    The World Tourism Cities Federation and the Beijing municipal government will hold the Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit on Thursday and Friday.

  • Chinadaily.com.cn:
    Tourism summit kicks off in Beijing

    [2014-09-28]

    The World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF)’s two-day tourism summit kicks off on Thursday in Beijing, presenting an international platform to expand the tourism market and cooperate with other countries.

  • China.org.cn:
    Tourism summit opens in Beijing

    [2014-09-28]

    The World Tourism Cities Federation held a promotion event at the China National Convention Center in Beijing, capital of China, on June 27, 2014. The 2014 WTCF Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit will be held in Beijing from Sept.

  • Live report: 2014 WTCF Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit (Sept 5)

    [2014-09-05]

    The second day of the WTCF's Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit includes two forums themed on "Analysis of China’s Tourism Market" and "Digital Media and Smart Tourism, Smart City." Tourist promotions and tourism cities expos will also be held on the day.  

  • Live report: 2014 WTCF Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit (Sept 4)

    [2014-09-04]

    Sept 4: The World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF)’s two-day tourism summit kicks off on Sept 4 in Beijing, presenting an international platform to expand the tourism market and cooperate with other countries.

  • Digital media help promote tourism

    [2014-09-05]

    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.

  • Outbound tourism trend: offline to online

    [2014-09-05]

    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.

  • Beijing summit attracts key leisure-travel players

    [2014-09-05]

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

  • China's inbound tourism witnesses decline

    [2014-09-05]

    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.

  • Sound Bites

    [2014-09-05]

    "Hong Kong and Beijing have entered a new period beyond signing cooperative programs on tourism, with an eye to more interaction and cooperation.

  • Tourist cities must work together, officials told

    [2014-09-05]

    Tourist cities must work together, officials told By Song Mengxing.

  • Go-ahead for travel groups to visit Senegal

    [2014-09-04]

    China and Senegal signed a memorandum of understanding on Wednesday that clears the way for groups of tourists to visit the West African country.

  • Rabat & Fez in Morocco win bid for 2015 summit

    [2014-09-04]

    After a voting procedure on the first day of the 2014 WTCF tourism summit, Rabat and Fez in Morocco won the bid to host the 2015 Tourism Summit of the World Tourism Cities Federation.

  • We-media platform launched

    [2014-09-04]

    In the ongoing two-day Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit, the World Tourism Cities Federation launched the We-media platform on Thursday to attract more tourists for its members.

  • Initiatives to further boost China's tourism

    [2014-09-04]

    The increasingly larger domestic tourism market will boost the development of China as well as other foreign countries, the national tourism authority said on Thursday.

Introduction

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The WTCF 2014 Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit concluded this fall in search of ways to expand the tourism market and cooperation with other countries. The event, slated for Sept. 4 through the 5 2014, focused on the subject of “Market and Cooperation”. The 2014 World Tourism Cities Expo and Trade Fair startedone day before the summit.

This year’s summit took place at Riverside Hotel in the Beijing Garden Expo Park. The event achieved its goal of creating a tourism industrial chain combining tourism agencies, hotels, media, airline companies, airports, and financing, and setting up a multilateral cooperation platform.

Summit Info

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