Articles tagged “taiwan”

Business Travel

How Asia’s Pandemic Recovery Will Dismantle the Corporate Extended Stay Model Globally

Co-living, second-tier cities and apps that create sub communities — there’s a shake-up on the horizon and hospitality companies can learn lessons from Asia.

How Asia’s Pandemic Recovery Will Dismantle the Corporate Extended Stay Model Globally

Coronavirus

Lunar New Year Tourism Slump Impacts Travel Businesses Across Asia

Many destinations do see the light at the end of the tunnel. It's just going to take continued caution and smart vaccine distribution to get there. Next year will be a Lunar New Year like no other.

Lunar New Year Tourism Slump Impacts Travel Businesses Across Asia

Business Travel

Taiwan to Ease Border Controls for Corporate Travelers Starting Next Week

For a cautious country, Taiwan has relatively relaxed travel conditions in place that cover a lot of countries. And it's probably hoping the feeling will be mutual in the coming weeks.

Taiwan to Ease Border Controls for Corporate Travelers Starting Next Week

Airlines

Coronavirus Confusion Puts Name of Taiwan’s China Airlines in the Spotlight

Confusion over China Airlines’ branding is just the latest manifestation of Taiwan’s long-tenuous relationship with China. Will a name change help the Taiwanese carrier to forge its identity on the global stage?

Coronavirus Confusion Puts Name of Taiwan’s China Airlines in the Spotlight

Tourism

Taiwanese Passengers Freed From Quarantined Diamond Princess Cruise Ship

After a nightmarish two weeks in quarantine following the coronavirus outbreak, passengers are finally disembarking the Diamond Princess cruise ship off Japan. Hopefully the cruise industry has learned from this debacle. The question is not if something of this nature will happen again, but when.

Taiwanese Passengers Freed From Quarantined Diamond Princess Cruise Ship

Tourism

China’s Taiwanese Travel Ban Cuts Mainland Arrivals in Half

China's strategy to isolate Taiwan by banning individual travel is having its desired outcoome — and an unfortunate effect on Taiwanese tourism.

China’s Taiwanese Travel Ban Cuts Mainland Arrivals in Half

Online Travel

Ctrip Changing Name to Trip.com Group to Emphasize International Business

Ctrip, or the company soon-to-be known as Trip.com Group Ltd., is banking on international growth as a key driver of its business, primarily in Asia. But short term, at least, difficulties in Hong Kong and Taiwan and with the White House are complicating that game plan.

Ctrip Changing Name to Trip.com Group to Emphasize International Business

Tourism

Travel Winners and Losers in Northeast Asia’s Conflicts

Current conflicts in Northeast Asia do not stop people from traveling to and from the region, but they do redirect tourism flows, benefiting some destinations and hurting others.

Travel Winners and Losers in Northeast Asia’s Conflicts

Airlines

Super Typhoon Causes Massive Flight Cancellations in China

It’s going to be a tough few days for airlines and tour operators, especially in Shanghai, which will have to deal with travel rescheduling for thousands of clients affected by flight cancellations.

Super Typhoon Causes Massive Flight Cancellations in China

Tourism

China Inflames Cross-Strait Relations With a Taiwan Visa Ban

China's travel ban is the latest move to unofficially sanction Taiwan's tourism economy. It's a perfect example of the way travel is used as a geopolitical tool.

China Inflames Cross-Strait Relations With a Taiwan Visa Ban