|Schedule (in Postscript)||Introduction||Information|
|Schedule (in Gzip Postscript)||Plenary Speakers||Venue and Dates|
|Abstracts||Call for papers||ConferenceProceedings
Table of Contents
|Registration Form and Fee||Social Events||Accommodation and Transportation|
|Workshop Secretary||Organizing Committee and Sponsor||Photo Album|
Please complete registration form and return it to the Workshop Secretary before April 30, 1999.
June 21, 1999 6:15 pm
|Purple zone podium (outside
Lecture Theatre 18)
at City University Academic Building
Open to all workshop attendees
June 23, 1999
|A half day tour has been organised to visit some of the most interesting sites in Hong Kong. These sites include the Tsing Ma Bridge, the famous Wong Tai Sin Taoist Temple, spectacular views of the city from Victoria Peak, a close-up view of the harbour while on a Sampan ride in Aberdeen, the beautiful beach at Repulse Bay and great bargains at Stanley Market. An exquisite dinner at one of the finest restaurants in town will complete the day. US$35 (including dinner)|
June 24, 1999 6:30 pm onward
|City Chinese Restaurant, 8/F City University Amenities Building (US$20)|
|Post-Workshop China Guilin Tour
June 25 - 27, 1999
|Located in Guangxi Province in Southern China, Guilin is a city with a 2,000 year history. Its stunning limestone peaks and its historical and cultural relics have been the subject of many literary works, paintings and inscriptions. Guilin is renowned for having "the most beautiful mountains and rivers under heaven". US$385 per person inclusive of visa, air ticket, 2-night hotel accommodation (twin-sharing room; single room supplement US$60), meals and local tour.|
|Royal Plaza Hotel (4-star)
HK$420 (~US$54) net per night
|YMCA International House
HK$330 (~US$43) net per night
Liu Bie Ju Centre for Mathematical Sciences
City University of Hong Kong
83 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon, Hong Kong
|Tel : (852)
Fax : (852)2788 8561
Email : email@example.com
URL : http://www.cityu.edu.hk/ma/conference/iwsf/
When you arrive at the airport, exchange some money to HK dollars. Use this cash to meet your transportation needs from the airport. Since airport exchange rates are usually quite high, exchange only a small amount.
Once at City University, look for the Hang Seng Bank on the fourth floor of the Academic Building. They will gladly exchange other currencies for Hong Kong dollars (their hours are Mon-Fri from 9 am - 5 pm, Saturdays from 9 am - 1 pm). There is also a twenty four hour ATM machine at the same location, and they are quite common throughout Hong Kong.
If you have a debit card, you may use it to withdraw HK dollars at any
bank or compatible ATM machine. Debit cards have always been the best cash
solution for us, and there is seldom a surcharge. However, there may be
HK$2000 limit per withdrawal.
Most Hong Kong department stores will accept major credit cards. Street markets will not. Credit cards usually involve a surcharge. And, it never hurts to have a few dollars in traveler's checks, just in case!
THE HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
Hong Kong is a vibrant city which offers the best of East and West. Its dramatic, contemporary architecture makes its skyline one of the most famous in the world. Hong Kong is further enhanced by the new Tsing Ma Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world, carrying both road and rail traffic. In addition to this, Hong Kong is well known as a shopping metropolis. Supporting all of these is Hong Kong's rich heritage which includes its colonial past and its Chinese culture. During June, the weather is warm and sunny with average temperatures ranging from 22 C to 27 C.