• Hong Kong (11-13, Dec)

    Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Repubilc of China (HK) is one of the richest city in the world. It is a significant international financial center. It is also known as “Pearl of the Orient” for its deep natural Harbour. Some attractions include: The Peak, Repulse Bay Beach, The Big Buddha, Golden Bauhinia Square, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, etc.

    Guangzhou (13-15, Dec)

    Guangzhou (GZ), a prosperous metropolis full of vigor, also named as Canton, is the capital and the most populous city of Guangdong Province in south China. Guangzhou served as a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road, which owns a history over 2,200 years. The attractions include: Canton tower, Huacheng Aquare, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Chen Clan Academy, Five Ram Statue, etc

  • The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    Located at the centre of the city, PolyU is easily accessible by various means of public transport:
    Getting to PolyU

    • MTR:Head for Hung Hom Station on the East Rail Line, then take the footbridge at Exit A1 to reach our main campus (Please refer to MTR for interchange information).
    • Buses:For public buses that run through the Cross Harbour Tunnel - get off at the stop at the entrance/exit of the Tunnel on the Kowloon side(Details of bus routes are available from Kowloon Motor Bus and Citybus and New World First Bus). 
    • Taxis:Pick-up and drop-off at the entrance on Cheong Wan Road. 

    Guangdong university of technology

    Guangdong university of technology

    • Supported by the Programme of Introducing Talents of Discipline to Universities(111 Project);
    • Engineering, Materials Science entering the International ESIs, ranking in the Top 1% of the World;
    • National first batch "deepening Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Reform Model Universities";
    • 4 national innovative scientific research platforms;
    • More than 70 provincial and ministerial awards for scientific research achievements, including The National Science and Technology awards and the National Patent awards;
    • More than 800 million yuan spent on scientific research in 2017.