〔Central News Agency〕After two years and after the challenge of the epidemic, the Dublin International Travel Fair in Ireland returned strongly today, with more than 10,000 visitors on the first day of its opening.

The representative office in Ireland set up a Taiwan-themed pavilion, and Yang Zibao, the representative in Ireland, also invited senior Irish officials attending the travel exhibition to visit Taiwan.

The Dublin Holiday World Show (Dublin Holiday World Show) was held from the 27th to the 29th at RDS, the largest exhibition hall in Dublin, the capital of Ireland.

In addition to displaying Taiwan's diverse ecological tourism resources and cultural connotations, the Taiwan Theme Pavilion also provides guests with special drinks and snacks such as Kavalan whiskey, pineapple cakes, red bean mochi, and fried green beans, and promotes Taiwan's exquisite agricultural products. .

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The theme pavilion also held QR Code online question-and-answer games, virtual reality (VR) natural ecological APP experience, calligraphy teaching and other activities, leading guests to know Taiwan in a lively way.

The unique theme pavilion attracted the initiative of the Irish National Radio and Television (RTE) to interview.

The representative office in Ireland pointed out that in order to highlight the use of traditional Chinese in Taiwan, Liu Shuhui, the principal of the Dublin Chinese School "Taiwan Chinese Language Learning Center in Ireland", was specially invited to teach traditional Chinese calligraphy in the theme hall. There were also stamps with images of Taiwan and the Year of the Rabbit on site.

The resident office said that with the gradual opening of the border, I look forward to friends from Ireland and all over the world to explore Taiwan in person, including the mountains above 3,000 meters, the dense railway system, the diverse ethnic cultures, the inclusive food characteristics, and the enthusiasm of the Taiwanese people hospitable.

Jack Chambers, Undersecretary of the Tourism Department of the Irish Ministry of Transport, delivered an opening speech for the travel exhibition today.

At the activities related to the opening ceremony, Yang Zibao specially introduced Taiwan's rich tourism resources to Chambers and invited him to visit Taiwan.

(Editor: Xu Ruicheng) 1120128