China Airlines’ calendar for 2021 will showcase
the diverse people and culture of Taiwan on the international
stage with “The Beauty of Taiwan, a Shining Star of the World” as
For the first time, the calendar revisits China
Airlines’ aircraft with Taiwan-themed livery from past years.
The cover features the “Mikado Pheasant” livery
aircraft rising through the clouds to symbolize the start of an
The six classic liveries of
“Butterfly Orchid”, “Taiwan Blue Magpie”, “Indigenous Tribes of
Taiwan”, “Fruit”, “Buddy Bears”, and “Taiwan, Touch Your Heart”
are a blend of Taiwan’s culture and natural species.
For January and February, the elegant Butterfly Orchid represents
Taiwan’s fame as the Orchid Kingdom; for March and April, the
Formosan Blue Magpie and Tung blossoms serve as complementing
motifs that reflect the natural beauty of Taiwan; for May and
June, the traditional Hundred Pacer snake totem of the Paiwan
people embodies the jewel of multiculturalism; July and August
features the seasonal fruits of Taiwan that define the taste of
the island; for September and October, the Taiwan Black Bear takes
pride of place to express the Taiwanese spirit of perseverance
against all odds; for November and December, the end-of-year
fireworks over Greater Taipei at night blossom with China
Airlines’ hopes and blessings for the new year.
The page design and layout of the desktop
calendar have also been revamped this year so that they can be substituted
at will for a different look each day. The size has also been
increased with one calendar sheet per month for
more writing space.
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