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Tourism Factory LINE Sticker Competition Kicks Off
Organization: Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA        Publish Date: 2016-07-18 14:15
The 2016 Tourism Factory LINE Sticker Competition, sponsored by IDB/MOEA and co-organized by ITRI & CTU, kicks off with a chance for participants to win NTD10,000. Awarded works will also have the opportunity to become the official LINE stickers for tourism factory. Take chance of this occasion to become a popular illustrator!

IDB/MOEA introduces the concept of integrating interdisciplinary and value-added to foster cooperation between tourism factories and colleges. Such cooperation allows students to use their innovative thinking to design cultural and creative products, packaging, DIY programs, and LINE stickers associated with the tourism factories. It is hoped that such creations would spark commercialization from the factories, and would also provide factories the opportunity to recruit the design talents they needed.

LINE stickers are popular items for communication and expression of feelings. Mobile social communication applications such as LINE have become a popular communicative channel nowadays. Given its popularity, LINE’s text-based communication and adorable “stickers” have become significant tools for maintaining close relationships.

IDB welcomes all college and high school students to enter the 2016 Tourism Factory LINE Sticker Competition”. Use your creativity to create adorable stickers that tell of the culture and history of tourism factories. Each set of stickers is limited to 10 designs. Entries are accepted from now to September 20. Please visit http://www.hi3d.tw/school/ for more information.
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Contact Organization: Central Region Office, Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs
Contact Person: Mr. Lin
Contact Phone: (049)2359-171 ext.1142
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