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The People's Republic of China is located in the eastern part of the Asian continent, on the western Pacific rim. It is a vast land, covering 9.6 million square kilometers.
China is a unified nation consisting of many different ethnic groups. Fifty-six different ethnic groups make up the great Chinese national family.
China abounds in rivers. More than 1,500 rivers each drain 1,000 square kilometers or larger areas. The Yangtze River is the largest river in China, and the third longest in the world. The Yellow River is the second largest river in China. Alongside of abundant rivers, China also has lots of lakes. There are more than 2,800 natural lakes, each having a surface area of over one square kilometers, and over 130 lakes, each covering more than 100 square kilometers. There are also a large number of artificial lakes (reservoirs).
In China today, 130.04 million hectares of land are cultivated. Forests blanket 158.94 million hectares of China. Grasslands in China cover an area of 400 million hectares. China is rich in mineral resources, and all known minerals in the world can be found here.
Chinese is the language with the largest number of users in the world, and the script with the longest history. The oldest characters we see today are the scripts on the tortoise shells and animal bones in the Shang Dynasty (17th- 11th century BC) and scripts carved on bronze wares.
Chinese traditional painting dates back to the Neolithic Age about 6,000 years ago. The excavated colored pottery with painted human faces, fish, deer and frogs indicates that the Chinese began painting as far back as the Neolithic Age.
Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China and one of the most populous cities in the world. The metropolis is the political center, cultural center, international communication center, and scientific and technological innovation center of the country. It is the world's first dual Olympic city, and hosts 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Covering an area of 16410.54 square kilometers, Beijing lies on the north end of the North China Plain that is surrounded by mountains to its west, north and northeast. To its southeast is a plain that slopes gradually to Bohai Sea. Beijing has a temperate, semi-humid continental climate, characterized by short springs and autumns, hot and rainy summers, along with cold and dry winters.
For thousands of years, water has been indispensable in Beijing's development and thriving. Up till now, the city has built 85 reservoirs, and is the destination of the ancient Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal and the middle route of the modern South-to-North Water Diversion Project.
Beijing Capital International Airport (T1, T2, T3 Terminals) - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
17 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 20 fare).
Beijing Daxing International Airport - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
1 hour 9 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 260 fare).
Beijing Railway Station - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
43 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 100 fare).
Beijing South Railway Station - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
51 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 140 fare).
Beijing West Railway Station - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
48 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 129 fare).
Beijing North Railway Station - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
43 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 104 fare).
Beijing Chaoyang Railway Station - Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
32 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 73 fare).
Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center——Tian'anmen Square
48 minutes: Taxi ride (approximately CNY 120 fare).
Also located nearby are: the Monument to the People's Heroes, Chairman Mao Memorial Hall, Great Hall of the People, National Museum of China, Wangfujing Street, National Art Museum of China, the Palace Museum (Forbidden City), National Centre for the Performing Arts, Zhongshan Park, Temple of Heaven Park, Jingshan Park, Beihai Park.
Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center
The XVIII World Water Congress will take place at the Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Centre, located in the southern area of the National Geographic Information Technology Industrial Park.
The venue boasts a prime location adjacent to the Dongjiao Wetland Forest Park, which covers a planned area of 89,000 acres and is one of the four suburban parks designated in the overall planning of Beijing city.
Spanning an impressive total construction area of approximately 320,000 square meters, the Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Centre is equipped to cater to diverse needs. Its notable features include a grand conference room capable of accommodating 1,000 individuals, accompanied by over 18 parallel conference rooms. Additionally, the venue boasts an expansive exhibition area spanning over 40,000 square meters. This international conference and exhibition centre seamlessly integrates multiple functions, including conference facilities, exhibition spaces, accommodation options, catering services, and a variety of leisure and entertainment amenities.
With extensive experience in hosting large-scale conferences, the Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Centre has already hosted important events such as the 2019 China International Heart Failure Congress. Join us at this world-class venue to enjoy exceptional facilities and a successful congress experience.
Address: Building 20, No. 6, Huixinan Road, Beijing Shunyi District, The Core Area Of The Airport Economy
GUO CE BALLROOM
GUO BIN BALLROOM 1
GUO BIN BALLROOM 2
GUO RUI BALLROOM
GUI BIN BALLROOM 1
GUI BIN BALLROOM 2
GUORUI BALLROOM 1-8
GUO CHANG BALLROOM
GUO SHENG BALLROOM
GUO XING BALLROOM
GUO HUA BALLROOM, GUO CUI BALLROOM
GUO JIN BALLROOM, GUO XIU BALLROOM
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Renminbi (RMB, ¥) is the legal currency of the People's Republic of China. The basic currency units of the Renminbi (RMB) are the “yuan”, “jiao” and “fen”.
1 yuan = 10 jiao = 100 fen.
1 USD = 6.63 RMB / 1 EUR=7.00 RMB / 1 GBP=8.21 RMB (6th May 2022) (Source: The People's Bank Of China)
Standard Mandarin Chinese is the official language of China.
The average temperature is 17℃-27℃ in Beijing from September to October. The daytime average is 27℃ and the nighttime average is 17℃. The average rainfall is 48.0 mm in September.
The time zone is Greenwich Mean Time +8 hours. There are no time differences within China and no daylight saving.
Government departments and organisations are usually open from 8:00 to 17:00 on weekdays and closed on weekends and public holidays.
Banks are typically open from 9:00 to 17:00 on weekdays, 9:00 to 16:00 on weekend.
Shopping hours vary but shops are typically open from Monday to Sunday, 9:00 to 22:00.
The voltage in China is 220V, 50Hz, AC. The participants are encouraged to bring a plug adaptor.
The participants are encouraged to arrange their travel insurance that covers both health and accident. The organiser will not be responsible for travel or health insurance coverage.
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