Deadline for Conference
  • Deadline for Abstract Submission: March 25, 2016
  • Deadline for Early Registration: April 15, 2016
  • Deadline for Hotel Reservation: April 20, 2016

Companion's Tour Attractions

Chu River & Han Street

Location: Wuhan Han Street is the longest commercial pedestrian street with urban Culture in China. The architectural theme is historical Chinese style, embraced modern, European and classical architecture. The street has become the most well-known landmark of cultural tourism in Wuhan.

East Lake

Rating:AAAAA Location: Wuhan East Lake is a large lake within the city limits of Wuhan, China, and the largest urban lake in China. Wuhan's East Lake covers an area of 88 square kilometers (33 square kilometers of water area). It is one of the 5A tourist zones of China. East Lake admits over a million people yearly. It is one of the largest sites in central China. East Lake is made of four areas, Ting Tao, Mo Shan, Luo Yan Island and Museum of Hubei Province.

Hankou Yangtze River Beach Park

Location: Wuhan Hankou Yangtze River Beach Park is a representative of Wuhan Jiangtan Parks. It is opposite to the former concession which has been called the street museum. Every evening, many young and fashion people frequent this area.

Wudang Mountain

Rating:AAAAA Location: Shiyan Wudang Mountain, in the northwest of Hubei province, is the best known of China's Taoist holy mountains. It was listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1994. The mountain offers several main tourist attractions, covering an area of 300 square kilometers. From afar, the scenery resembles a beautiful, traditional Chinese landscape painting. It takes 3 hours by train or 1 hour by air from Wuhan to Wudang Mountain.

Three Gorges

Rating:AAAAA Location:Yichang Standing at the top of the Dam which is 185 meters above sea level, the tourists can marvel at the flood discharge downwards in a close distance. It takes 2 hours by train from Wuhan to Yichang.

Shennongjia Nature Reserve

Rating:AAAAA Location:Shennongjia The Shennongjia district in remote northwestern Hubei has the wildest scenery in the province. With heavily forested mountains of fir, pine and hemlock -including something rare in China, old-growth stands -the area is known as a treasure trove of more than 1300 species of medicinal plants. It takes 1 hour by air from Wuhan to Shennongjia Nature Reserve.