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North Queensland Tourism picks Canto-pop stars to promote the region’s beauty to Australia’s fastest-growing tourist market

The Twins pop stars, Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung

The Twins will appear in social media and TV campaigns promoting the Great Barrier Reef and Cairns. The stars have been filmed in music videos and photos at various tourist destinations.

“The Twins have already come over to Cairns to shoot their new music videos and have done photo shoots for their online photo album,” said Tang.“There will be a TV program that will debut the girls’experience in the region as they work on their videos.”

“They will also give their fans updates on China’s Twitter site Weibo to promote their experiences in the Great Barrier Reef region.”

On May 18, the Twins officially launched their new music videos and promote their 10th anniversary via video conference from Shenzhen, China.

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Sources:
http://www.cnngo.com/sydney/visit/oz-tourism-finally-gets-it-right-canto-pop-bait-123715#ixzz1MakQuEW7
http://www.qutnews.com/2011/05/11/qld-tourism-hopes-chinese-twins-a-star-attraction/

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Malaysia, one of the top twenty tourism destinations in the world, is streamlining its campaign to attract tourists from specific Chinese cities. Find out why Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong are at the top of Malaysia’s inbound tourism agenda.

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The Coast of Sabah, East Malaysia

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Founder and director of Astronaut, a marketing agency based in Beijing which is specialized on promoting destinations to Chinese outbound tourists

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