IEMC 2016

With support from our partners, IEMC 2015 was a resounding success. 2016 is a special year for AEMG because this year marks our 15th anniversary, and for the Collaborative Articulation Program (CAP). To celebrate this significant milestone, a 15th anniversary celebration event and the annual International Education Management Conference, IEMC, will be held at the same time on 28th-30th October (registration day on 27th October) in beautiful, historic city of Chongqing in China.
It is our great honour and delight to welcome you to participate in our special memorable event/ conference we are planning this year by bringing together our partner universities from Australia, China, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, UK and the US to meet and discuss latest cross boundary higher education cooperation development of mutual interest. Rest assured you will get to meet your current Chinese university collaborative articulation partners and potential new ones during the conference.

Date Activities
 27th October, 2016 Registration
 28th-29th October, 2016 Symposium and Workshop
 30th October, 2016 JinYun Forum


Symposium and Workshop
Symposium: Collaboration and Connection of the International Programs between the Potential Partners
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Session Two: program to be confirmed
Session Three: program to be confirmed
Symposium and Workshop
Morning Session: Bridge the Cloud Silk Road of Higher Education: The Significance and Impact of International Cooperation towards University Development Summit Forum
Afternoon Session: Sub-Forum One: The Impetus Brought by International Cooperation to University Teaching & Research Development
Sub-Forum Two: The Impetus Brought by International Cooperation to Talent Cultivation & Student Service Development
JinYun Forum

DaZu Forum  JinYun Forum
 Session One: program to be confirmed  Session One: program to be confirmed
 Session Two: program to be confirmed  Session Two: program to be confirmed

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Dazu Stone Carvings are located in the country of Dazu in Chongqing municipality, about 120 km away from the city center of Chongqing. The carving work began in late Tang Dynasty and saw its heyday in the Song Dynasty. There are over 60,000 statues altogether and they are in 40 places of Dzau County. The statues on Mount Baoding and Mount Longgan boast the most centralized collection, the largest scale and the most exquisite craftsmanship of all the places, and in 19612 this area was listed by the State Council as one of the fist cultural heritage places under state protection. And in 1999,it was listed as world cultural heritage by UNESCO.
14 km away from Dazu County, stone caring on Mount Baoding were created from 1179 to 1249, or, from the reigns of Emperor Chunxi to Emperor Chunyou in the South Song Dynasty. The person in charge was Zhao Zhifeng, who was born in Xueliang Township of Dazu County, several km away from mount Baoding. He became a monk when he was five, and moved to the western part of Sichuan Province to learn Buddhism when he was 16.Then he returned home and had the Buddhism “Daochang” built under his care. (In Buddhism “Daochang” refers to the place where the Buddhist doctrine is publicized with images.
He dedicated his following 70 years to this course until he passed away at eh age of 90, when the forest of statues was completed at a preliminary level. The Buddha Bay we are seeing now is the major part of the stone carvings on mount Baoding. This Buddhism “Daochang” also includes 12 other places and extends 2.5 km. The total number of the statues is over 10,000 and some of them are titanic and imposing with various dimensions. Since the planning was unified and the craftsmanship was consummate, there are few similarities between the statues. Moreover, the statues are each in connection with each other and are each in accordance with the Buddhism doctrine. Almost the entire creed of this religion is included in one generation and thus a Buddhism Daochang with a comprehensive, rigid creed and special features was formed. This is the only Buddhism Daochang that houses huge stone carving in China.

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[/fusion_builder_row_inner] Jinyun Mountain in Beibei District, Chongqing, is by the western coast of Wentang Gorge, one of the Lesser Three Gorges along Jialing River, and was once called the Ba Mountain. The region is under the humid subtropical monsoon climate with an annual average temperature of 13.6℃.
Jinyun Mountain, magnificently towering along the Wentang Gorge, is an anticline mountain created by the “Yan Mountain Movement” 70 million years ago. Cloud curls among the mountain, majestic, dense, and ever-changing. No one can tell whether it is fog or smoke. The cloud glows both at dawn and at dusk, rich in colors and lights. In ancient China, people call the “more red less white” cloud “jin”, and that is why the mountain is called “Jinyun Mountain” (“yun” means clouds).
Jinyun Mountain, together with the Lesser Three Gorges and Hechuan Fishing Fortress, are identified as the National Scenic Areas. Jinyun Mountain covers 76 square kilometers with an altitude of 350-951 meters. The view is delightful, and the mountain is abundant in plants. There is a famous saying goes that “In the North we have Jinyun Mountain, and in the South we have Stalagmites.”
Starting from the North to the South, there are Mount Chaori, Mount Xianglu, Mount Lion, Mount Juyun, Mount Yuanxiao, Mount Lotus, Mount Baota, Mount Yujian and Mount Xizhao. 9 mountains link one another. There are tourism spots including Foguang Rock, Xiangsi Rock, Sheshen Cliff, Dai Lake, White Cloud and Sea of Bamboos, etc. Jinyun Mountain is also rich in humanity resources, including 8 ancient temples namely Jinyun, Wenquan, Baiyun, Shaolong, Fuxing, and Shihua, and historic sites such as Stone Screen Wall of Late Tang Dynasty, Memorial Archway of Ming Dynasty, Stone Carvings of Song Dynasty, etc.

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Chongqing is the largest municipality in southwest China. It is a modern port city on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers.
Known as the ‘Mountain City’, it has a wavy terrain and encompasses a wealth of water reserves, mineral resources, dense forests, and abundant flora and fauna. The city attracts visitors from home and abroad for its natural wonders and cultural heritage. As a common starting port for the Yangtze River cruise, tourists can go for a downstream tour to the magnificent Three Gorges.

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