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On March 14, 2018, CNTA Vice Chairman Du Jiang met with Canadian Ambassador to China John McCallum in Beijing. The two sides exchanged views on making the 2018 “China-Canada Tourism Year” a success, the expansion of China-Canadian personnel exchanges, and follow-up tourism exchanges and cooperation.
In the first place, Du Jiang, on behalf of CNTA Chairman Li Jinzao, welcomed the delegation headed by John McCallum. Du Jiang said that China attaches great importance to advancing tourism cooperation between China and Canada; the year 2018 is an unusual year for Sino-Canadian tourism cooperation; the Chinese side hopes to make the most of the “Year of Tourism” to push bilateral tourism cooperation to a new high. The CNTA will organize the tourism departments of 13 provinces and cities and more than 20 tourism companies of China to go for the “Tourism Year” opening ceremony in Toronto, Canada, in the near future. Du Jiang said that over recent years, China’s tourism industry has been developing rapidly, as seen in the ever-improving tourism infrastructure, ever-enriching tourism products, increasingly high level of tourist reception and progressing quality tourism. China will continue to work hard to provide Canadians and people from the rest of the world with better travel environments and services. China appreciates the range of measures taken by Canada to facilitate the tourism of people from China, and hopes to strengthen cooperation with China in terms of visa facilitation, increase of air routes, etc., and to further expand personnel exchanges between the two sides.
John McCallum said that Canada attaches great importance to conducting tourism exchanges and cooperation with China. It is hoped that "China-Canada Tourism Year" will be held to further promote the exchange of visits between tourists from the two countries and give play to the important role of tourism in promoting economic development and friendly exchanges in the private sector between the two countries. During the year, Canada will also hold a number of “Tourism Years” events, including a large-scale tourism promotion in China and lighting the festive red light for the “Tourism Year” at the CN Tower in Toronto. It is hoped that through the efforts of both sides, the goal of doubling the mutual tours between China and Canada will be achieved as soon as possible. In order to better receive Chinese tourists, Canada will make continuous efforts with regard to visa facilitation, increasing air lift capacity, and launching products and services that meet the needs of Chinese tourists.
Also present at the meeting were relevant leaders of the CNTA Department of Tourism Promotion and International Liaison and some personnel from the Canadian Embassy in China.Source: China Tourism News (Reported by Wu Hao)