Taiwan Launches Search for Cycling Ambassador

Do you love cycling, are you creative, innovative and a social media addict? This is your chance to discover Taiwan and experience Taiwan’s Cycling Festival and become a Taiwan Cycling Ambassador.

The Taiwan Tourism Bureau is looking to sponsor a lucky winner to take part in the Formosa 900, one of Taiwan’s most popular cycling events which takes place between November 14 – 22 of this year. This is not just a one day cycling tour, but a nine day round-island cycling tour, where a lucky individual will be able to view the stunning landscape, including the East Rift Valley.

With having one of the world’s best leisure and competitive cycling backdrops, local bike culture and beautiful scenery, it is no wonder Taiwan is Asia’s top cycling destination. So stretch your fingers and get ready to apply, because this is one opportunity that you do not want to miss.

So what do you need to do? Send your application with details about yourself and why you should be a Taiwan Cycling Ambassador and what you will do to promote Taiwan and the Cycling Festival. Either through blog posts to writing articles in University magazines, or even focusing on promoting Taiwan through an on-campus event, bring your creative insight on why you should be an ambassador!

Send your creative application to info@taiwantourismus.de and tell us why YOU should be the next Taiwan Cycling Ambassador!

Applicants are also asked to attach and fill out the Cycling Application Form- 2015  when submitting your creative application!

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NOTES FOR THE COMPETITION

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You are:

  • Taiwan fan
  • Love cycling
  • Are creative and innovative
  • And like to tell the world about your experiences

We give you:

  • The chance to discover Taiwan and experience the Taiwan cycling Festival

What you need to do?

  • Send us your application with details about yourself
  • Explain why you should be the “Taiwan Cycling Ambassador”
  • Explain what will you do to promote Taiwan and the Cycling Festival

For more information on Taiwan, visit  http://eng.taiwan.net.tw/

 

 

 

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