The Conference venue will be at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre(HKCEC). Framed by Hong Kong’s skyline, HKCEC is a magnificent, multi-use venue located right in the heart of Hong Kong on its famous Victoria Harbour. The Centre is one of the largest multi-use venues in Asia and continues to be a globally recognized landmark complimenting Hong Kong’s cityscape. Opening and Closing Ceremony; keynote speeches; plenary and award presentation will be hold in Convention Hall. Registration, cocktail parties, social buffet will be in the Convention Foyer. 19 meeting rooms with various sizes for accommodating 20 to 300 people will be reserved for structured parallel technical sessions of the conference. For more information on HKCEC, please refer to its website: www.hkcec.com.hk
More Information about Hong Kong
Hong Kong is located at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta in Southern China. A city of 7.2 million people (mid-2013), Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan metropolis where old tradition blends with Western culture. In Hong Kong, you can easily have the chance to try every different food from the world, not to mention the famous traditional Dim Sum. Apart from the delicious food, there are also plenty of attractions in Hong Kong. To plan your stay in Hong Kong, please also visit: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/nz/index.jsp
No conference is complete without experiencing some of the more spectacular entertainment programmes, diverse shopping opportunities and great food that Hong Kong offers. A wide selection of tours, ranging from sightseeing harbour cruises to a heritage tour, are also available for delegates to join before and after meetings. Situated on the doorstep of Southern China, Hong Kong is also a stone’s throw from a variety of exciting Mainland cities, including the burgeoning metropolis of Shenzhen and the provincial capital, Guangzhou. A convenient visa system allows foreign visitors in Hong Kong to visit Guangdong Province for a maximum of six days (144 hours).