IEEE TALE2015 10-12 December 2015, United International College, Zhuhai, China

IEEE TALE2015 10-12 December 2015, United International College, Zhuhai, China

The culture programmes are voluntary and detailed information will be released during the meeting.

Beishan Hall

Was originally a temple of Beishan, Zhuhai, Guangdong province, at the side of Young's ancestral temple. Beishan Hall consists of Ben xiang gong yue, Yi di temple, Kang zhen jun temple and Cai bo temple.

Beishan Hall kept a primitive and pure external look, but embedded the fashionable and artistic style at the same time. It covers an area of about 1000 square meters, including educational lecture hall, exhibition hall, art show and workshop etc.

Puh Toh Tze Temple

The temple is located in Guangdong Province, Zhuhai, xiangzhou district. The tourist scenic spot reproduced the main constructions and places of interest from China's top four famous Buddhist Mountains—Anhui Mount Jiuhua, Zhejiang Mount Putuo, Sichuan Mount Emei and Shanxi Mount Wutai at one-to-one scale. Many exquisite ancient pieces of art are there. Buddha statue models have majestic gestures.

Meixi Memorial Archways

Constructed in 1886 and 1891, Meixi Memorial Archways were built for the consul of Hawaii in Qing dynasty, Fang Chen, and his parents by the Guangxu Emperor. It was listed as a cultural relic protection site of Zhuhai city in 1987.

Meixi Memorial Archways were made of granite, finely engraved with auspicious beasts, flowers and fruits, the Eight Immortals etc. It is a combination of Chinese and western artistic elements, a reflection of human heritage and the natural landscape, a treasure of stone architecture of Guangdong province.

Extended Important Dates

09 Oct 2015Paper submission deadline
19 Oct 2015Announcement of review results
16 Nov 2015Final paper due and author registration deadline
10 Dec 2015Conference opening

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