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As a forward-looking comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) established the Henry Cheng International Conference Centre (HCICC) to host international academic conferences on campus. HCICC will serve as an international conference hub activating academic exchange among scholars around the world, as well as enhancing the international reputation of CUHK and Hong Kong.

Located next to the CUHK teaching hotel, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin and adjacent to the MTR University Station, the HCICC is situated at Levels 1 and 2 of the Cheng Yu Tung (CYT) Building.

The venue provides a dignified setting and is equipped with broadband and wireless internet access, audio visual systems, and conferencing and IT equipment to provide a seamless presentation and conferencing experience. The rooms and areas provide great flexibility for hosting conferences for up to 460 scholars, with venues ranging from a large theatre for keynote speeches to rooms of different sizes for parallel and breakout sessions. Areas for conference catering and academic poster exhibition, as well as Supporting Room for organisers and VIP room are also available.


About CUHK

Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a leading comprehensive research university with a global reputation. It is located in the heart of Asia, connecting east and west together. The University has eight faculties: Arts, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Science, and Social Science. Together with the Graduate School, the University offers over 300 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. All faculties are actively engaged in research in a wide range of disciplines, with an array of research institutes and research centres specialising in interdisciplinary research of the highest quality. Under the University’s unique collegiate system, the programmes and activities offered by its nine colleges complement the formal curricula by delivering whole-person education and pastoral care.