2020 11/11Thai-Taiwanese Business Association-Youth shares entrepreneurship and tourism trends As the COVID-19 pandemic slows down, the Thai-Taiwan Business Association Youth League(TTBAY) held a business information sharing session in Bangkok Huai Khwang COCAFÉ on the morning of August 22, to help youth business members grasp the latest business information, and enhance exchanges of business opportunitites and friendship among members . The event was hosted by Yu Ruo-fan, the president of TTBAY. Randy Lin, the legal counsel of Guowan Thailand Legal Counsel, was invited to give a lecture on what should be noted when starting a business in Thailand. Claire Lao was invited to give a lecture on the tourism industry in Thailand affected by the pandemic and future development. This business information sharing meeting is second of the series of business opportunities exchange meetings planned for this year.In response to the pandemic,it was held on-site and online, and the content of the event was shared live on Facebook. There were 35 on-site and 70 online members participating. In addition to the arrangement of the two keynote speakers explaining the information related to entrepreneurship and tourism in Thailand,there was also a Q&A session,where participants were highly interested in the regulations and practices involved in establishing a company in Thailand,and tourism in Thailand in the post-pandemic era issues. Kao Chia-Fu ,the director of the Overseas Community Affairs Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand, was invited to this sharing session. He affirmed that the business sharing session held by the TTBAY helped its members grasp the latest business information, promoted exchanges of business opportunities, enhanced communication among members, and facilitated development of the association.