2017 International Conference on Economics, Management, Education and Social Sciences (EMESS 2017), April 22-23, 2017, Guiyang, China.
Welcome to 2017 International Conference on Economics, Management, Education and Social Sciences (EMESS 2017). EMESS 2017 will be held on April 22-23, 2017 in Guiyang, China.
The aim of EMESS 2017 is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians, as well as industrial professionals, to present their research results and development activities in Economics, Management, Education and Social Sciences. It provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
All submissions to the EMESS 2017 should be written in English via email EMESSconf@163.com, according to the template, and will be sent to at least two reviewers and evaluated based on originality, technical and research content, relevance to conference, contributions, and readability. The full paper submissions will be chosen based on technical merit, interest, applicability, and how well they fit a coherent and balanced technical program.
All accepted papers from EMESS 2017 will be published by Atlantis and submitted to CPCI, Scholar Google for indexing.
March 31, 2017
April 15, 2017
Guizhou is an inland province situated in southwestern China. It adjoins Sichuan province and Chongqing Municipality to the north, Guangxi to the south, Yunnan to the west and Hunan to the east. It covers an area of 176,128 square kilometers of which 97 per cent is considered to be mountains or hills and only 3 per cent flat river valleys. The average elevation is 1,000 meters. For centuries, Guizhou, with its stunning karst limestone scenery, had been isolated from the rest of China and the world by its mountainous terrain. It is one of the most beautiful provinces in China, offering a spectacular plateau landscape cut by dramatic gorges and canyons, with terraced hillsides and enchanting vistas.
At present, Guizhou boasts 2 world natural heritage, 18 national scenic and historic interest zones, 9 national nature reserves, 22 national forest parks, 9 national geoparks, 4 national ecological museums, 71 key historic monuments under state protection, 7 national excellent tourist cities, and 125 national intangible cultural heritages that fall into 73 types. In addition, Guizhou has established a diverse-product system integrating sightseeing, holiday, rural, cultural, red, ecological and special tours to meet various demands both domestic and abroad. Its key attractions include the biggest waterfall in Asia, the largest limestone cave in China and a number of spectacular conservation areas important for their primeval forest and rare plant and animal species. The immediate, most striking feature of the province is the vigor of the natural vegetation which covers a varied topography of hills, mountains and valleys with a profusion of mottled greens. The topography is dominated by the forest-clad, conical hills, typical of Karst land formations, erupting occasionally into a grotesque landscape of rocky pinnacles aptly named stone forests.
Guizhou is a multicultural province with the third largest ethnic population in China, with over 13 million people from 49 recognized ethnic groups, making up 38% of the province’s population. Celebrated for its hospitality and friendly people, the province is a lively, visual mix featuring especially 17 distinct ethnic groups, which continue an ancient way of life and time-honored traditions. Here, long-forgotten skills and techniques in the textile arts - weaving, embroidery and batik - continue to flourish. Visitors will always receive a warm welcome at the countless festivals, resplendent with color and suffused with music, where sumptuous traditional costume is set off by dazzling silver jewelry, while pipes, drums and dancing accompany the feasting and drinking.
Guizhou has a subtropical monsoon plateau climate. The annual average temperature is 15 degrees. The climate is warm and humid, without bitter cold in winter and sultry heat in summer. So it is famed as the “Province with natural air-conditioning.”