Please visit its official website for more details:http://cietac.chinaarbitrationweek.org/roundtableforum
The currency in circulation in China is the Chinese yuan, or RMB yuan, which is not a freely convertible currency. There are also certain rules on restriction of foreign exchange which should be available in the information of Chinese Customs on entry and exit. The international standard abbreviation sign of RMB Yuan is CNY. 1 CNY consists of 10 Jiao (dimes) or 100 Fen (cents). The denominations of the Chinese yuan in bank notes are 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100. Participants can exchange major free convertible foreign currencies for RMB yuan at the airports, major hotels and banks in China. Currently, 1 USD can be exchanged for about 6.4 CNY. All currency exchange receipts should be saved in case participants want to exchange RMB back to their own currency. Banks may demand to see the original exchange receipt.
November is a bit cold in Beijing. The average temperature in November is 7°C The average highest temperature is 10°C and the average lowest temperature is 1°C.
The Conference Organizers recommends participants to possess travel, property, medical or other necessary insurances before coming to China. The China Arbitration Summit 2019 Conference Organizers cannot be held responsible for the costs resulting from personal accidents or property loss during the Congress Summit.
Credit Cards & ATM
Major credit cards are acceptable in the conference hotels (and other hotels) and in most department stores. ATMs of major banks are widely spread all over the major cities and can be used in drawing RMB yuan with your credit card/debit card. Please check with your bank as to the bank charges.
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Attendees from other countries are required to obtain a visa to enter the People's Republic of China. No visa is required for ordinary passport holders from Singapore, Brunei and Japan to visit China for up to 15 days for business, sightseeing, visiting relatives and friends or transit.
Attendees can apply for a tourist visa through a travel agency or directly at the nearest Chinese embassy. If attendees apply for a tourist visa, which will be the best visa type to obtain as long the registrant does not have plans for conducting extensive business other than attending the conference and sightseeing, an official visa invitation letter will not be needed from China Arbitration Summit 2019.
Attendees are advised to consult the nearest Chinese diplomatic mission for details. Please visit the Chinese Embassy Official Website:www.visaforchina.org for more detailed information about the Chinese Embassy (Consulate General/Consulate/Office) close to your location. Residents in U.S. please visit: http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/visas/hrsq/
To request an official invitation letter (only if requested), please click here to download the application form and scan your passport with the page which shows your own information, and mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, it normally takes at least 15 working days to get the official invitation, we suggest you apply for it at least 45 days beforehand.
The official invitation letter could only be issued to the participant who has completed the registration process.
Beijing Continental Grand Hotel
Huiyuan Prime Hotel, Building D
V-Continent BeijingParkview Wuzhou Hotel