Miss Asia and Asia Television Visits Maldives

Maldives Promotion House – Mega Maldives Airlines which recently began direct flights between Hong Kong and Malé is about to bring in some of the famous Chinese celebrities. Mega Maldives also officially started flight to Shanghai on the 15th of July 2011 and Beijing on the 21st of July 2011.

Miss Asia Pageant of 2008 and ATV artist, Ms. Eunis Yao, will be flying in to Malé via Mega Maldives Airlines, today. While she is scheduled to arrive from Hong Kong at 04:20PM, she will also be accompanied by other stars of the Chinese TV show “Delicacies” for Hong Kong’s Asia Television (ATV), including ATV artists Ms. Lam Tse Kean and Ms. Manecy Chen.

Co-sponsored by Mega Maldives Airlines, ATV will be filming in many different locations including Malé and surrounding areas such as the Maldives fish market and the fruits and vegetables market.

Filming has also been scheduled in some of the major resorts of Maldives including Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa Maldives, Anantara Veli Resort & Spa Maldives, Naladhu Maldives, Anantara Kihavah Villas Maldives, Soneva Fushi by Six Senses and Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru.

During its former season Delicacies introduced the delicious foods and cuisines in Taiwan, Zhejiang and Shanghai, with a positive feedback from the audiences. The new season of “Delicacies” which will be filmed in Maldives will also travel to countries such as Korea, Thailand, Mauritius, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Romania. The series will introduce local foods, new-style cuisines and also the joyful experiences of travel.

Delicacies will also act as a useful tour guide for travelling audiences. Due to the popularity of Smart phones and tablet computers in Hong Kong, they also plan to produce a mobile phone app for users to download, which will show all the information of the places that they have introduced.

ATV is one of the two free-to-air broadcasters, established on 29th May 1957 in Hong Kong. While ATV has impacted TV viewing in Asia and the Chinese communities worldwide, it used to be a pay cable TV service called Rediffusion. Rediffusion was the first ever TV station in Hong Kong and the first Chinese TV station in the World, and was renamed to Asia Television in 1982.

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