Taipei 101 has seen big drop in visitors this year due to international travel restrictions
By: Central News Agency
There will be light-ups, art installations and music performances through the end of February, so that people can celebrate from Christmas and New Year's Eve through to the Lunar New Year and Lantern Festival at the complex, it said.
Seventeen photo op areas will be set up inside and around the Taipei 101 complex, including a merry-go-round and giant Christmas tree at its shopping mall, said Chang Hsueh-shun (張學舜), chairman of Taipei Financial Center Corp., which owns and operates the building. The campaign also features an online event that asks people to submit messages for public display on the walls of the skyscraper, Chang said. [FULL STORY]