African Tourism Board facilitates new cooperation between China and South African Tourism
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The African Tourism Board; Zhejiang Provincial Delegation from China. A high-level delegation from Zhejiang found its way to Pretoria on Monday for a bilateral engagement with the South African Tourism organs of state-led by the Governor of Zhejiang province, Mr Yuan Jiajun and the founder of “Tour Africa- THE BRAND NEW Horizon”, Mr. He Liehui, Chairman of Touchroad International Holdings Group.
“Tour Africa – THE BRAND NEW Horizon” is really a sustainable and large-scale tourism project which aims to encourage Chinese citizens to go to Africa as a way to promote and grow the tourism sector of African countries.
It aims to showcase Africa’s vast land, African culture, and views so that you can create a bridge of communication and understanding between African and Chinese people.
Furthermore, the tourism promotion project will build and grow the nice relationship that exists between Africa and China. It really is collaborative cooperation between Touchroad Group and African Governments.
The visit was to booster the prosperity of the Tourism economy of both ongoing parties, strengthening cooperation, and promoting cultural exchanges and Infrastructural development.
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African Tourism Board as a strategic partner in facilitating the summit engaged with both parties and emphasized the expedited dependence on such ventures to be initiated over the Continent where in fact the beneficiaries ought to be Africa and its own citizens. Where platforms ought to be create for mutual exchanges of the Tourism industries and Social Tourism entities at a strategic partnership for Tourism development.
A memorandum was signed between Zhejiang Provincial Department of Cultural Tourism and the South African Tourism that will enhance more cooperative activities with the flow greater than two thousand additional Chinese tourists visiting South Africa during the last 5 years.
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