ICEII 2020          Full Paper Submission Deadline: 15th December, 2019     Conference Dates: 22nd - 24th April 2020      Conference Place: Nanyang Technological University(NTU@one-north), Singapore



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April 24, 2020 (Friday) 9:30~17:00

(Tip: Please arrive at the Nanyang Technological University(NTU@one-north), Singapore before 9:15 am.The following places are for references, and the final schedule should be adjusted to the actual notice.)

(9:00-12:00pm) Morning Vist

 

 

 

 

 

 

Merlion Park, is a Singapore landmark and major tourist attraction, located at One Fullerton, Singapore, near the Central Business District (CBD). The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion's head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. Two Merlion statues are located at the park. The original Merlion structure measures 8.6 meters tall and spouts water from its mouth. It has subsequently been joined by a Merlion cub, which is located near the original statue and measures just 2 metres tall.The park was first designed by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in 1964 as an emblem of Singapore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the mid-1980‘s, St. Andrew‘s Cathedral was restored and renovated to its present. Though there are many changes in the liturgical space, they made every effort to respect the Victorian period during which the Cathedral was designed. Restoration architects, Bawlf, Cooper & Associates completed the design work. The decorative panels are designed by Nicholas Bawlf and based on the Book of Kells. The Cathedral‘s altar is of particular significance. It was built by acclaimed West Coast native artist Charles Elliot. The top of the altar is yellow cedar, weighing about 400 pounds, which rests on two traditional native ―bent boxes‖. Each box has a different picture carved on each of its four sides, representing different events in the life of Christ or stories from Scripture. These altar panels are rotated several times a year, to coincide with the events in the Church‘s liturgical year. The lectern was carved by native artist Roy Henry Vickers. It has a carving of Christ on the front, symbolizing both death and resurrection, the red side being the crucified Christ wearing the crown of thorns and the black side being the risen Christ. A new icon of the Holy Family was formally installed on September 8, 2007. The icon, which is 7 feet high by 5 feet wide, is the largest ever written by iconographer André Prevost of Manitoba.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chinatown in Singapore is a sharp contrastto the rest of the city, with low rise buildings and culture bursting out onto the streets, from the fragrant smells of traditional cuisine to the bold red and gold tones that run through the neighbourhood. This is an area that‘s proud of its heritage, and has it very much on display. There are ornate Chinese, Buddhist and Hindu temples, museums galore and plenty of opportunities to soak up the bustling streets lined with old shophouses.

(12:00-14:00) Lunch time

(14:00-16:30) Afternoon visit

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gardens by the Bay is an independent organization responsible for developing and managing one of Asia’s foremost garden destinations. The Gardens is led by a multidisciplinary team of professionals who have been involved in the greening of Singapore and had worked alongside international and local experts to develop the Gardens. It has an in-house team of skilled landscape designers, horticulturists, arborists, engineers, plant health, garden and turf management experts, as well as plant research
and orchid breeding professionals, who leverage on the extensive global network of plant sources cultivated during the development days, to continuously curate and grow the Gardens. Guided by its vision to be a world of gardens for all to own, enjoy and cherish, Gardens by the Bay has earned numerous awards and accolades including the World Building of the Year in 2012, the President’s Design Award (Singapore) in 2013, the Outstanding Achievement Award by the Themed Entertainment Association in 2014, the Largest Glass Greenhouse (Flower Dome) in the Guinness World Records for 2015, and the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2016. These achievements are testament to the ongoing excellence of the Gardens and spur the team towards attaining greater success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Little India, an ethnic district in Singapore. It is located east of the Singapore River—across from Chinatown, located west of he river—and north of Kampong Glam. Both areas are part of the urban planning area of Rochor. Little India is commonly known as Tekkain the Indian Singapore an community.

(16:30) Back to Nanyang Technological University(NTU@one-north), Singapore

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