Venue & Travel


Summit and Exhibition Venue: China World Trade Center

The China World Trade Center is located in Chaoyang District in Beijing and sits at the heart of the central business district of Beijing.

The Center is well known for being the largest up-market commercial mixed-use site in the world and for keeping its reputation as an internationally friendly community. It is widely reputed as "The Place Where China Meets The World".

The Center has also won many awards and accolades over the past few years. One of their most notable buildings, the China World Trade Center Tower 3, is the tallest building in Beijing and reaches up to 330 m.

Getting to The Venue

No. 1 Jianguomenwai Avenue,
Chaoyang District,
Beijing 100004, China

The distance between Beijing Airport (PEK) and The China World Trade Center is 26 km.

By Taxi:
The quickest way to get from Beijing Airport (PEK) to The China World Trade Center is by taxi which costs $20 - $24 USD and takes approximately 40-45 minutes.

By Subway:
The China World Trade Center is also known by its Chinese abbreviated name Guomao.  Line 1 and Line 10 of the Beijing Subway both stop at the Guomao station.


About Beijing

Beijing, the capital of China, is a city where the ancient culture and the modern civilization are well integrated. It attracts tens of millions of visitors and tourists both at home and abroad each year to enjoy its rich culture and wonderful scenery.

Beijing is endowed with rare cultural heritage by its long history. The Great Wall, one of the world wonders and the only piece of man-made architecture that can be seen from the space, meanders through mountains and valleys for hundreds of kilometers in the region of Beijing. The poetic and picturesque Summer Palace is a classic work of the imperial garden.

The Forbidden City is the most splendid architectural complex of imperial palaces in the world. The Temple of Heaven is the place of worship for emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties as well as a masterpiece of ancient Chinese architectural art.

The above four have all been listed in the World Cultural Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Travel Information

Before You Arrive:

Foreigners must have valid passports and visas to travel to China.

If you need an official invitation letter for visa application, please contact us as soon as possible. The organizing committee will provide an invitation letter according to the information provided in the registration form.

Dietary Requirements:

Participants with special dietary requirements may highlight this when filling out the registration form.