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重要时间

  • 会议日期

    2018/5/16 - 2018/5/20

  • 征文投稿截止日期

    2018/3/31

  • 线上注册截止日期

    2018/4/30

  • 现场报到时间

    2018/5/16 - 2018/5/17

ACS 2018 组委会信息

  • 学术及投稿:

    联系人:汪心海

    联系电话:0531-81276066

    联系手机:18615282179

    联系邮箱:mikeannacs@163.com

  • 报到注册及现场服务

    会议地点:青岛香格里拉大酒店

    酒店地址:青岛市市南区香港中路9号

    联系人:梁海金

    联系电话:13810596036

    联系邮箱:haijin@globalstar.org.cn

会务酒店

Passport & Visa

- Valid passport and China Visa are needed for all visitors to The people's Republic of China.

- Exemption :

Visitors with round-trip tickets from countries that have a special agreement with China can stay in China up to 30days, or 90 days, depending on the type of agreement between the two countries.

 

Time Difference

- China Standard Time: UTC/GMT +8 hours (Daylight Saving Time is not applied in China)

 

Language

Chinese (Official Alphabet: Hanyu)

- A syllable in the Modern Chinese is composed of an initial, a final and a tone.

- Basic Characters: 24 simple or compound vowes & 23 initial consonants

 

Chinese Currency

Chinese currency is called Renminbi, which is issued by the People’s Bank of China. The unit for Renminbi is Yuan, and also Jiao and Fen. The abbreviated symbol of Renminbi Yuan is RMB¥.

Foreign currency exchange

In China, such foreign currencies as US dollar, pound, French franc, German mark, Japanese Yen, Australian dollar, Austrian Schilling, Belgium Franc, Canadian Dollar, Hong Kong dollar, Swiss franc, Danish Krone, Dutch florin Guider, Norwegian Krone, Swedish Krona, Singapore dollar, Malaysian Ringgit, Italian Lira, Macao Pataca, and Finish Markka, etc. can be converted into RMB. Banks can provide foreign currency exchange business.

According to existing foreign exchange control laws and regulations of China, foreign currency circulation and foreign currency-based settlement are prohibited in the territory of China. For the convenience of foreign guests and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan compatriots’ consumption in China, Bank of China and other appointed banks provide foreign currency exchange business for 22 kinds of foreign currencies and New Taiwan dollar as well as such business as foreign currency traveler's check, foreign credit card in exchange for RMB. In addition, some hotels, restaurants or stores can also convert foreign currency into RMB. If the converted RMB notes are not used out, they may be converted into foreign currency within the period of validity of six months before the date of departure and then taken out of China. Exchange rate varies under different circumstances. Buying rate is used for traveler’s check, credit card and remittance conversion; selling rate is used for foreign currency in exchange for RMB, including foreign currency cash; and cash buying rate is used for RMB in exchange for foreign currency.

Foreign credit card business available in China:

Currently, business of the following foreign credit cards is available in China:

1. Master Card

2. Visa Card

3. American Express Card

4. JCB card

5. Diners Card

Regulations for the Control of Foreign Exchange of “Foreign Visitors”

Article 17 of the Regulations on the Foreign Exchange System of the People's Republic of China: Foreign exchange sent or carried in by foreign entities and foreign nationals in China can be held at their own disposal, deposited in designated banks or sold to the designated foreign exchange banks. Such foreign exchange can also be remitted or taken abroad upon the presentation of valid documents. This article implies that:

1. The foreign exchanges of foreign organizations stationed in China and individuals visiting China received or taken from abroad can be kept by themselves, deposited or sold to banks designated to handle foreign exchange businesses on the principle of free will. They can also be remitted or carried abroad by showing the original customs declaration form.

2. Foreign organizations stationed in China and individuals visiting China must pay all expenses in RMB after arriving in China. If the converted RMB notes are not used out, they may be converted into foreign currency within the period of validity of six months before the date of departure and then taken or remitted out of China.

3. Foreign organizations stationed in China and individuals visiting China are not allowed to buy or sell foreign exchanges privately in China.

Viewing from existing foreign exchange control regulations in China, there are only two legitimate means for the transaction between foreign currency and RMB: the banks providing foreign exchange transaction business and the China Foreign Exchange Trading Centre and its system. Transactions between foreign currency and RMB completed in a channel other than the above two means are all private foreign exchange transactions, regardless of their exchange rate. Private foreign exchange transactions are illegal behaviors disturbing financial orders and are prohibited by China’s laws. According to Article 45 of the Regulations on the Foreign Exchange System of the People's Republic of China, those engaging in foreign exchange transaction without permission shall be given a warning by foreign exchange management authority, and imposed the conversion of foreign exchange, and their illegal incomes shall be confiscated, and they shall be fined an amount more than 30% but less than 3 times of the illegal foreign exchange amount.

 

Useful phone number in China

110

Police

114

Local telephone number inquiry and area code inquiry

119

Fire

120

Ambulance

11185

Postal code inquiry

10000

China Telecom customer service

10086

China Mobile customer service

10010

China Unicom customer service

95566

Bank of China customer service

In towns and cities, IDD service is provided at all hotels and post offices. Phone cards are available in post offices inside hotels or in the streets. Even more conveniently, most newsstands in major cities also carry phone cards. Telephone booths in the streets are mostly for local calls. How to make phone calls in China?

When making international calls with landline or cell phone by yourself, first you must dial "00" ( international prefix ), then dial the country code, then the area code and local number. When making domestic long distance calls with landline or cell phone ( to landline ) in China, you should first dial the area code starting with 0, then the local number.

When making domestic long distance calls with landline or cell phone ( to cell phone ) in China, you first should dial 0, then the cell phone number.

When calling a Chinese landline out China, you must first dial the international prefix number, for example in US you dial 011, then dial 86 the country code for China, then the area code and local number.

When calling a Chinese mobile number, you first need dial the international prefix number, then dial 86, then the mobile number.