Registration

Category

Early (Until Oct. 5)

Regular (Until Nov. 30)

Onsite

IASED Member

$400

$470

$550

Nonmember

$430

$500

$570

Student

$375

$425

$475

One-day   program

$300

$320

$350

Special   Session

Free

Free

Free

 

Extra Items

Item

Cost

Extra Page

$70

Extra Paper   Upload

$300

Extra Banquet   Ticket

$50

One Day Tour

TBD


*****Note:

1.Full registration fee covers :(Author only) publication fee + meeting sessions on Dec. 16-17. + 2 coffee breaks,1 lunch, 1 dinner on  Dec. 16 + conference kits .
2.Tutorials should be registered individually.
3.Tutorial Registration includes: all tutorials sessions + lunch on  Dec. 16. 
4.If the paper exceeds 6 pages, the additional pages will be charged as 70 USD/ page. 
5.Students registration applicant should provide student identity. 
6.Printed program, attendance certificate, souvenir.. will be provided on conference site. 
7.Bank charges borne by the applicant. 
8.The papers will be published on line. 
9.For "No shows", registration fee is nonrefundable. 
10. Cancellation policy: Applicant should send the refund/cancellation requests before 21 July 2017.  cancellations will incur a US$100 administrative fee.  NO refunds can be provided after this date. 

JCCME 2017---Registration Form.docx


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Hong Kong (Chinese: 香港; literally: "Fragrant Harbour" or "Incense Harbour"), officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, is an autonomous territory on the Pearl River Delta in East Asia.[13] The mainland Chinese province of Guangdong borders the territory to the north. With a total land area of 1,106 square kilometres (427 sq mi) and a population of over 7.3 million of various nationalities, it ranks as the world's fourth most densely populated sovereign state or territory.

After the First Opium War (1839–42), Hong Kong became a British colony with the perpetual cession of Hong Kong Island, followed by the Kowloon Peninsula in 1860 and a 99-year lease of the New Territories from 1898. Hong Kong was later occupied by Japan during the Second World War until British control resumed in 1945. In the early 1980s, negotiations between the United Kingdom and China resulted in the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration, which paved way for the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997, when it became a special administrative region (SAR) with a high degree of autonomy.