XIV International Symposium on
3D Analysis of Human Movement


July 18-21, 2016

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Symposium Tour

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Date Monday, July 18, 2016
Time 12:00 – 16:00
Assembly Point Howard Civil Service International House
Information

12:00 Meet at Howard Civil Service International House

12:30 Visit CKS Memorial Hall

13:30 Visit National Palace Museum

15:30 Return Hotel

16:00 Tour end

※ A bottle of water is provided.

※ Lunch box is not provided.

 

 


 

Welcome Reception

 

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Date Monday, July 18, 2016
Time 17:00 – 19:00
Venue 4F, Conference Buiding, Howard Civil Service International House
Dress code Smart Casual
Reservation Only

Admission is only for those who confirmed via the Online Registration System before the Conference.

Refreshment is provided.


Banquet

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Date Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Time 18:00 – 22:00
Venue

Third floor, Banqueting Hall, Silks Palace

221 Chishan Road Section 2, Shilin, Taipei

Dress code Smart Casual
Reservation Only Admission is only for those who confirmed via the Online Registration System before the Conference
Transportation

Departure: Meet in front of the entrance of Conference Building, Howard Civil Service International House at 17:00.

Shuttle bus service is provided as follows:

Time From To
17:00

Howard Civil Service

International House

Silks Palace at

National Palace Museum

22:00

Silks Palace at

National Palace Museum

Howard Civil Service

International House

Introduction

The National Palace Museum is a historic building whose collection of treasures is of the utmost cultural value. From both a current and future perspective, its existence is substantially significant.

Silks Palace, located adjacent to the museum’s Administrative Building and to the west of the main exhibition hall, takes on NPM’s unique character of tradition, disregarding formalities and pretenses but respecting the environment and, under the mastermind of renowned architect Ren-shi Yao, presenting the spirit of traditional architecture and food culture through modern construction and contemporary touches.

Link to Photo Album of the Silks Palace

 

 

 

 

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