August 30, 2017
Good food is definitely the most impactful leading trend these days. Southern California’s most popular culinary festival—The TASTE by Los Angeles Times—is back again! Taiwan, voted as the champion of CNN’s “Which destination has the world’s best food?” by its readers, will be attending The Taste’s “Dinner with a Twist” event on Saturday, September 2. Event goers can enjoy braised goodies (Lu Wei)—an aromatic and tasty local night market favorite—served from an original Taiwan street food cart, showcasing Taiwan’s night market flavors in Hollywood.
Ten Ren’s Tea Station, a Taiwanese tea brand staple in the U.S. and the Bureau’s trusting partner, has launched a special Oh!Bear latte art collection for the event; it combines quality Taiwanese tea with four adorable latte art designs: Chef Oh!Bear, Nature Tour Guide Oh!Bear, Third Prince Oh!Bear, and Oh!Bear x pearl milk tea. This will sure be a tasty and visual treat for everyone.
The interactive Taiwan booth will feature a marble soda ring toss game for participants to experience the night market carnival fun and a chance to win customized Oh!Bear shot glasses, rooster lanterns, and marble soda. The limited edition Oh! Bear macarons will also be available for event attendees when they snap a cute picture with Oh!Bear and share it online with their friends and family.
“Taiwanese cuisine is world-renowned, especially for its top quality yet inexpensive night market treats; it is a true gastronomic experience and a must-do for tourists in Taiwan. This year, we are introducing the braised goodies street food cart at the event for attendees to experience the appeal of freshly prepared Taiwanese street snacks in person. Oh!Bear and Third Prince (Santaizi) – our two all-star figures – will also be supporting the Bureau at the event garnering further interest among the American audience to visitTaiwan.”
It’s Time for Taiwan! Starting August until the end of September, China Airlines and EVA Air are offering promotional flight deals. For travelers who are interested in visiting Taiwan, please LIKE and follow Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/TourTaiwan. For more tourism information, please visit eng.taiwan.net.tw
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