• 6th Annual China Aviation Training International Forum 2021

    Date: 26-28 May 2021
    Location: Langfang, China
    According to Boeing,China is expected to add 7,000 civilian aircrafts by 2035, which will create a shortage of 110,000 pilots at that time. How to optimize the existing training model, upgrade the existing equipment and combine the cutting-edge technologies such as VR&AR, to meet the needs of different aviation training stage, and to improve the efficiency of pilot learning result transformation while shortening training time, are highly focused by the entire aviation training industry.
  • 11th Annual Civil Aircraft Industry International Forum 2021

    Date: 20-21 May 2021
    Location: Shenyang, China
    Boeing forecasts that passenger traffic will grow by an average of 4% a year over the next 20 years and that the global civil aviation fleet will grow from 25,900 today to 48,400 by 2039. The centre of growth is In Asia, and particularly In China, where 8,600 new aircraft will be delivered over the next 20 years.
  • How will China-Australia Investment & Trade go under current Relations?

    Date: 16 Dec 2020
    Location: Online
    In recent years, China-Australia relations has been getting worse, how will China-Australia investment and trade go? This issue brings together with two senior Australian lawyers to share their views.
  • China-ASEAN Rail Infrastructure Expansion Summit

    Date: 29-30 Oct 2020
    Location: Kunming, China
    The CARI2020 will take place on October 29-30 at Kunming, Yunnan, China, meeting language is Chinese. Based on successful completion of the previous five summits, the coming closed-door summit will gather more than 100 experts from rail transit operators, equipment/system service providers, material suppliers, engineering contractors, research institutions, associations, colleges, consulting, certification... etc. To discuss the new technologies, new challenges, and new opportunities brought by the "New Infrastructure", the regional limitations and risk control in the cooperation of the Belt and Road international rail projects!
  • Cities 4.0 2020

    Date: 12 - 13 Oct 2020
    Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    As urban populations continue to expand and citizens’ expectations grow, the development of smart cities – enabled, powered and integrated by digital technologies – is set to be one of the crowning achievements of societies worldwide in the 21st century.