|Dedicated Email System for Tours from Shenzhen to Hong Kong|
Please click here for the dedicated email addresses of Hong Kong’s receiving agents. The dedicated email addresses of Shenzhen’s outbound agencies can be downloaded here (password not required).
|Red Cross invited to talk about psychological support services|
Members interested in the captioned event to be held on 8 August should register on or before 31 July (Circular
|Recovering the cost of levy payments from outbound travellers|
Members may recover the cost of levy payments from customers. Please refer to Circular C1742 and Directive No. 235 for details.
|Pilot Information Technology Development Matching Fund Scheme for Travel Agents: Business matching for travel agents and IT companies|
Members interested in the captioned event to be held on 31 July should register on or before 23 July (Circular C1741).
|The Voice of TIC is released|
The travel industry must safeguard customers’ personal
data (“Cover Story”).
|Updating Red List of “Quality and Honest Hong Kong Tours”|
Members that wish to join the Red List should return the completed undertaking to the Executive Office by 31 July (Circular C1740).
|Poster for Cross-boundary Movement of Physical Currency and Bearer Negotiable Instruments Ordinance|
The captioned poster is enclosed with Circular C1734.
|Pre-service Tourist Guide Training Course (for English speakers)|
The captioned course, which is eligible for subsidies under the Development Fund for the Travel Industry and will commence on 2 September, is now open for enrolment (Circular C1732).
|Official launch of E-levy System|
Members need to apply for an administrator account to use the captioned system to be launched on 1 June (Circular C1728).
|Directive No. 234|
The captioned directive is about levy-related rules, and will supersede Directive Nos. 16, 18, 34 and 59 (Directive No. 234).
| Student helpers available to receive cruise visitors and offer assistance in MICE events|
Inbound agents that need student helpers to receive large parties from cruise ships visiting Hong Kong or offer assistance in MICE events on an ad hoc or temporary basis may contact various universities and tertiary institutions (“ Latest News ”).
|E-learning platform for tourism service industry|
Industry members are welcome to use the e-learning platform (in Chinese only) launched by the Quality Tourism Services Association to enhance their service standards.