International Conference on China¡¦s Urban Land and Housing in the 21st Century
13-15 Dec 2007, Hong Kong
China is undergoing an urban revolution. Underlying this are reforms in the system of urban housing provision and urban land tenure. The conference aims to provide a platform for scholars from various disciplines and all over the world to study the urban land and housing issues pertaining to current urban transformation in China.
Please send paper titles and abstracts in MS-Word format to the conference secretary, Miss Cammy Wu at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 1 October 2007.
Lam Woo International Conference Centre
Organizer and Conference Secretariat
|The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Prof. Si-ming Li, Chairman (Director, CURS and Chair Professor, Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University)|
|Dr. Wang Donggen (Associate Director, CURS, and Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University)|
|Dr Wing-Shing Tang, (Editor, CURS Occasional Papers, and Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University)|
|Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou|
|Spatial Structure in the Social Sciences, Brown University, USA|
|School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University, UK|
The standard registration fee is US$155 (HK$1,200) per person, and student fee is US$77 (HK$600). The registration fee covers all conference sessions, conference package with abstracts, receptions and ceremonies, coffee/tea breaks, lunches, and the conference dinner.
Accommodation facilities are available at the NTT International Guest House. Standard rooms (en suite) rate is about US$77 (HK$600) per night. Advanced booking through the Conference Secretariat is required. Please fill in the registration form and send it back to email@example.com.
Please contact Miss Cammy Wu
Tel : (852) 3411-5061
Fax: (852) 3411-5990
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
|Last update: 17 November 2008|