Read Microsoft Word - practical_info_xiamen.doc text version

Things to know about China and Xiamen 1. About Xiamen 2. Chinese culture and customs 3. Health regulations 4. Liability and insurance 5. Language 6. Religion 7. Time zone 8. Business hours in China 9. What currency is used in China? 10. Can I use credit cards, cheques and withdraw money from an ATM? 11. Tax 12. Tipping 13. How do I make phone calls in China? What to pack 14. Climate 15. Electricity (adapter) 16. Suggested items to pack in your suitcase and check list Arrival in Xiamen and local transport 17. Visa 18. Flight booking 19. Xiamen airport 20. Airport customs 21. Pick up at Xiamen 22. Local transportation in Xiamen Hotel 23. Hotel bookings and map 24. Internet 25. Meals provision About the Congress 26. Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Centre (XICEC) Map 27. How to get tickets for congress performances Contact lists 28. Chinese organizer staff contact numbers 29. Language assistance 30. Useful telephone numbers 31. First Aid and Hospital Tourist information 32. Where to eat 33. Places of interest 34. Shopping in Xiamen 35. Map of theatres Useful Chinese phrases

Things to know about China and Xiamen

1. About Xiamen Located in the southern part of the Fujian Province and on the west coast of the Taiwan Straits, Xiamen is a traditional trading port in southeast China and a famous tourist coastal city as well. It covers an area of 1,565 square kilometres and has a population of 1.26 million. As one of the earliest special economic zones in China, Xiamen is empowered with both provincial-level authorities in economic administrator and local legislative power. Since the special economic zone was established in Xiamen, the City's national economy has experienced a sustained, rapid and coordinated growth. Xiamen has been accredited as a National Sanitary City, a National Garden City, a National Model City for Environmental Protection and a National Excellent Tourist City. 2. Culture and Customs Cultural differences may create misunderstandings between local people and visitors. A few points to note: The Chinese do not usually volunteer information and the visitor is advised to ask questions. Hotels, train dining cars and restaurants often ask for criticisms and suggestions, which are considered seriously. Do not be offended if you are followed by crowds; this is merely an open interest in visitors who are rare in the remoter provinces. The Chinese are generally reserved in manner, courtesy rather than familiarity being preferred. The full title of the country is 'The People's Republic of China', and this should be used in all formal communications. 'China' can be used informally, but there should never be any implication that another China exists. Although handshaking may be sufficient, a visitor will frequently be greeted by applause as a sign of welcome. The customary response is to applaud back. Anger, if felt, is expected to be concealed and arguments in public may attract hostile attention. In China, the family name is always mentioned first. It is customary to arrive a little early if invited out socially. When dining, guests should wait until their seat is allocated and not begin eating until indicated to do so. If using chopsticks, do not position them upright in your rice bowl as the gesture symbolizes death. Toasting at a meal is very common, as is the custom of taking a treat when visiting someone's home, such as fruit, confectionery or a souvenir from a home country.

3. Health Regulations No vaccinations are required, but anyone coming from areas with yellow fever epidemics must carry a certificate of immunity from this disease. In other cases, it is sufficient to carry a supply of one's habitual medications and to never drink tap water.


4. Liability and Insurance The congress organizers will not accept liability for personal injury or loss/damage to property/belongings of participants or accompanying persons, before, during or following the congress, tours or their stay in Xiamen. It is therefore recommended that participants arrange their own personal health, accident and travel insurance. 5. Language The local language in Xiamen is a Southern Fujian dialect. Most people can speak Mandarin with a strong local accent. English is spoken by many guides and in hotels. Most of the taxi drivers do not speak English, so please ask the congress volunteers or your hotel reception staff to write down your destination in Chinese for the Taxi drivers. 6. Religion China is officially Atheistic, but the stated religions and philosophies are Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism. There are 100 million Buddhists and approximately 60 million Muslims, 5 million Protestants (including large numbers of Evangelicals) and 4 million Roman Catholics. 7. Time Zone China is seven hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time at the time of the Congress. 8. Business Hours Typical business hours in government and private offices are from 08:30 to 17:30 on Monday Friday; and they are closed on Saturday and Sunday. Most shops and banks are open from 09:00 to 19:00 or later and are open seven days a week. 9. What currency is used in China? The official currency is the China Yuan Renminbi (RMB). Travellers' cheques and major credit cards are accepted and foreign currency can be converted in hotels, in friendly stores and in subsidiaries of the Bank of China. Import and export of local currency is limited to RMB20000. Import of foreign currency is up to US$1000 (US$5000 for non-residents). Higher amounts should be declared upon arrival. Export of foreign currency is limited to the amount imported and declared. 10. Can I use credit cards, cheques and withdraw money from an ATM? American Express, Diners Club, Eurocard/MasterCard and Visa are widely accepted in designated establishments. However, the availability of ATMs is often limited, and the acceptance of credit cards is not as widespread in remoter provinces as in major cities. To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travellers are advised to take travellers' cheques in US Dollars. 11. Tax Currently in China there is a 4% Government price adjustment fund and some services are subject to a 15% service charge.


12. Tipping Tipping is not part of Chinese custom. A 10%-15% service charge may be added to your bill at some tourist hotels thus no tipping is expected unless you are provided with extra service. It is not necessary to tip a taxi driver unless he/she assists with luggage or provides extra service. 13. How do I make phone calls in China? Dialing within China To call a landline telephone or mobile phone from a landline telephone Landline phone: 0 + area code of the city you are going to call + landline telephone number Cell-phone: 0+mobile phone number For example: if you want to call the landline phone number 12345678 (or a cell phone number 12345678901) in Beijing from Xiamen from a landline phone: Landline phone: 0 + 10 (Beijing Area Code) + 12345678 Cell phone: 0 + 12345678901 To call a landline number or mobile phone from a cell phone Landline phone: 0 + area code of the city you are going to call + fixed telephone number Mobile phone: Dial the cell phone number directly For example: if you want to call the landline phone number 12345678 (or a cell phone number 12345678901) in Beijing from Xian from a cell phone Landline phone: 0 + 10 (Beijing Area Code) + 12345678 Mobile phone: 12345678901 Note: For the specific area code of China, country code or exit code, please refer to China area code & zip code. Phone Tips: 1. Do not give your phone number to strangers without good reason. 2. Do not leave your cell phone lying around; always put it in a safe place. 3. Do not call back a strange number without good reason as you may be the target of a swindler. They will call you, but hang up quickly. If you call back, the charge will be much higher than the normal rate. 4. Exercise caution when speaking to strangers on the phone and do not provide any personal details. Note: it is worthwhile memorizing some useful numbers. If you have any questions, you can then call the relevant number for help. In most cases a service in English is provided.

What to pack 14. Climate Being the third hottest month after July and August, September in Xiamen is still considered as summer. The average high temperature is 30 C while the average low is 24 C. Occasional typhoons may bring some rainfall, with an average precipitation of 141mm.


15. Electricity (adapter): 220 volts AC, 50Hz. Two-pin sockets and some three-pin sockets are in use. However, most 4 to 5 star hotels are wired for the use of 110 volt appliances.

16. Suggested items to pack in your suitcase and check list It is wise to pack an umbrella in your suitcase. Sun block and Sun glasses are also necessary. There is no dress code in Xiamen, so bring any summer clothes and sandals you like to the city. Remember to pack a lightweight jacket in case of a sudden temperature drop. If you like swimming, don't forget your swimming suit and swimming goggles.

Checklist Passport Visa invitation letter Currency Adapter Medication (as appropriate)


Small First Aid Kit Sun protection Swimming suit (optional) Summer clothes and traditional costumes (optional)

Arrival in Xiamen and local transport 17. Visa To visit China, it is necessary to have a passport with a validity of at least 6 months, as well as an entry visa. All delegates are advised to get up to date information from their nearest Chinese consulate or embassy before travelling. If you arrive without a valid travel visa, you will not be allowed to enter, may be fined and will be immediately deported at your own expense. The Chinese Centre of I.T.I. will help you to get a Visa Notification Form issued by the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles by mid-August. This VNF is an official letter that can support your visa application. However, the letter will be limited to the congress dates. If you wish to extend the visa dates and travel to other Chinese cities as a tourist after the congress, please try to contact the Chinese embassy in your country for further information. They may need hotel reservations and other documents for the additional dates. In most countries, the Chinese Embassy or Consulate may not require the original copy of VNF. Therefore, you will receive a scanned copy of VNF by e-mail which you can print out and send to the Embassy for the application. In case the original copy is needed, please contact Mr. Pang Jinlai immediately: [email protected] The original VNF will be sent to your postal address through ordinary mail, and may take 15-20 days to reach you. 18. Flight booking For assistance with booking your flight to Xiamen please contact [email protected] 19. Xiamen airport With 62 international and domestic air routes, Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport is the fourth largest air traffic hub in China after Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Daily direct domestic flights are available from major cities, e.g. 10 daily flights from Beijing, 18 flights from Shanghai and 5 flights from Hong Kong. In addition, you can also go by direct flight to international destinations such as Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Singapore, Bangkok, Manila and Kuala Lumpur. Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport is located at the North-eastern part of the island. The distance between the airport and XICEC is 12km and about 40 minutes by bus. 20. Airport customs Upon entering China, a health declaration must be filled out, together with a list of objects of value in one's possession. A copy of these should be kept until departure. A customs' control will be carried out when one leaves the country. Antiques can only be exported if they have a red seal attesting to their authenticity.


Customs officials may seize audio and videotapes, books, records and CDs to check for pornographic, political or religious material. Baggage declaration forms must be completed upon arrival noting all valuables (such as cameras, watches and jewellery); this may be checked on departure. Receipts for items such as jewellery, jade, handicrafts, paintings, calligraphy or other similar items should be kept in order to obtain an export certificate from the authorities on leaving. Without this documentation, such items cannot be taken out of the country.

21. Pick-up at Xiamen Don't worry about getting lost upon arrival. Our staff wearing T-shirts with the ITI logo will welcome you at the airport and take you to the mini-bus which will send you to your hotel. Please note that the airport pick-up time is limited from 9:00 to 23:00 on Sept.18 and 19 only, and you have to stay in one of the official hotels designated by the congress in order to have this free airport pickup service. The airport pick-up time is if you stay in a hotel chosen by yourself. Our staff will be happy to assist you to take a taxi, but you must pay the fare yourself. Please notice that we also have reception desks at hotels and the XICEC for the congress attendees.

22. Local transportation in Xiamen Free mini-buses are provided for all the participants between Xiamen Intl. airport and the two official hotels of the congress, if you are arriving on Sept.18 or 19 and leaving on Sept. 25. There are also free buses to the theatre venues from XICEC and then the buses will send you back to the official hotels after the show. The congress will also provide transportation to the Gulangyu Island excursion tour on Friday afternoon. Going from one place to another within the city by bus is fairly easy with over 50 public transport routes. Bus fares are ¥1. Minibuses also shuttle back and forth in the city, but be prepared for delays because minibus drivers are liable to wait until the bus is full. Fares for such buses are from ¥1 and above depending on the number of stops. Taxis can be hailed with ease in the downtown area and at major scenic spots on the outskirts and the fare is very reasonable. The starting 3km charges CNY8, with CNY2 for each additional kilometre. There is also an oil surcharge of CNY1 for the first 3km, and CNY2 if the journey is longer than 3km.

Hotels 23. Hotel bookings and map The official hotels of the congress are: Hualin Hotel: 3 Stars, 600 meters from XICEC, congress discounted price at CNY288 Tennis Seaview Hotel: 5 Stars 1600 meters from XICEC, soft-opening promotion price: CNY400 Hotel booking is through the official travel service of the Congress Xiamen C&D International Travel Service Co., Ltd 9/F Sealight Building Xiamen China Tel: 86-592-2263830 Fax: 86-592-2109961 [email protected]


Please note that the deadline for the booking is July 31, 2011. After the deadline, there is no guarantee for rooms in the above mentioned hotels or at the special discounted price for our congress.

24. Internet Both of the two official hotels offer free internet connection in the guest rooms. Free Wifi is also provided in the XICEC building.

25. Meals provision The hotel provides a full buffet breakfast in both Chinese and western styles. Shanghai Song & Dance Ensemble We recommend purchasing lunch from the bakery (5 minutes' walk from the studio) or Carrefour Gubei Store (one of Shanghai's biggest supermarkets) which is a 10 minutes' walk away and houses several western style restaurants and bakeries. There is a canteen on site at Shanghai Song & Dance Ensemble where a simple Chinese lunch can be pre-ordered. The canteen caters for the entire campus and meals cost between RMB 12-20.


English National Ballet will provide drinking water at Shanghai Song & Dance Ensemble however we recommend students also bring juices to rehydrate throughout the day. NB. Please note that on the 7 and 8 September you will not be allowed to bring your own snacks or drinks to the Expo site. All bags will be checked and any liquids or food will be confiscated at the gate. Snacks and drinking water will be arranged for all performers backstage on 8 September.

About the Congress 26. Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Centre (XICEC) Map

27. How to get tickets for congress performances The congress will provide free theatre tickets to all the congress participants. There is a ticket booth by the registration desk. Upon your registration, you need to fill in a form at the ticket booth to choose the plays you wish to see. The tickets will be available for you to collect the day following your registration.


Contact lists 28. Chinese organizer staff contact numbers If you have any question, please contact the following staff: For invitation and visa issues: Mr. Pang Jinlai, Secretary of Chinese Center of I.T.I. Telephone number: +86 10 59759516, E-mail: [email protected] For hotel & flight bookings: Mr. Tony Loo, Manager of the Exhibition Dept. Xiamen C&D International Travel Service Co., Ltd Tel: +86 592 2263830 Mobile: +86 13459015420 Fax: +86 592 2109961 E-mail: [email protected] For sending your flight information and asking for airport pick-up: Mr. Jason Wang, Market and Sales Dept. Xiamen C&D International Travel Service Co., Ltd Telephone: +86 592 2337068 Mobile: +86 18650105577 Fax: +86 592 2109961 MSN: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected] Websites:;; For other miscellaneous questions, please contact: Ms. Helen Tang, Secretary of Chinese Centre of I.T.I. E-mail: [email protected] Tel: +86 10 59759516 A more detailed contact list will be given to the congress attendees during the registration at XICEC on Sept.18-19, 2011 29. Language assistance If you don't speak English, the congress has provided 5 French volunteers and 3 Spanish volunteers. You can always call the following number for language assistance: French: XXXXXX (Provided during registration) Spanish: XXXXXX (Provided during registration)

30. Useful telephone numbers China's IDD code 0086 Xiamen area code 0592 Fire alarm 119 First aid 120


Police 110 Traffic accident 122 Inquiry for telephone numbers 114 Consumer's complaint 2032272 Long-distance bus station 2031246 Airline information 6020033 Train information 5054340 Xiamen Airlines ticketing 5083666 Xiamen Customs 2028747 Tourist complaint 5318985 31. First Aid and Hospital There is a clinic at the 101 in XICEC, where you can find first aid kits. About 930 meters from XICEC to the west, there is a hospital named Qianpu Hospital, address: 50, Wen Xing Dong Lu, Qian Pu Nan Qu Tel: (0592)591111

Tourist information 32. Where to eat Xiamen cuisine, the most representative one of Fujian cuisine, is characterized by its similarity to Canton food: sweet, light and very popular. The food is certainly one of the best things about Xiamen particularly the seafood which is exceptionally fresh. Dishes here use copious amounts of oysters, crabs, prawn and peanuts. Xiamen peanut soup is often served. The Sweet Peanut Shop (Huangzehe Huashengtang Dian) on Zhongshan Lu is the best place to sample Xiamen's favourite nutty goodies. Local specialties here include fish ball soup, shrimp noodles and oyster soup. There are some great seafood restaurants around town. On Gulangyu Island there is a wealth of places to choose from, particularly around the Lujiang Hotel. The hotel itself also serves good Chinese food including an impressive medicinal banquet with food that is apparently good for the soul and body! Those tired of seafood should seek out the Marco Polo Hotel on Jianye Road and tuck into their authentic Peking Duck. There are also a couple of good vegetarian restaurants in Xiamen; one in the Nanputo Temple and the other is the Hao Qing Xiang Restaurant on Hubin Zhong Lu. Muslim food is also popular here. Tasty lamb dishes, kebabs and Xinjiang bread are all available from the street vendors and in the little Muslim cafes dotted about town. Special Dietary needs can be catered for at the registration desk of the ITI Congress in XICEC. 33. Places of interest Gulangyu Island

The south-western corner of Xiamen is known as the "Garden of the Sea," and is the only "pedestrian island" in China. Xiamen has given birth to a large number of famous Chinese musicians, hence the name of "Qin (a general name for certain musical instruments) Isles" and the "Island of Music". The main tourist attractions in the islet include the Bright Moon Garden, Qin Garden, Museum of Pianos, Sunlight Rock, Sea World and Shuzhuang Garden. If you walk along the street under bright sunshine and a gentle breeze, you will hear beautiful piano and violin music.


Bright Moon Garden

was constructed in 1985 with an area of 20,000 sq. m. The tall statue of Zheng Chenggong by the sea is 15.7 m high. It is the largest sculpture of the Chinese historical figure in China. In the square there is a group of bronze relief sculptures. The architecture of the Ming Dynasty (1368 1644 AD) in the Bright Moon Garden with the seaside scenery forms a magnificent natural setting. Qin Garden

is located at the Hero Hill on Gulangyu Island; Qin Garden faces the Sunlight Rock in the east and consists of the Melody Square, Qinsi Square, Yiyun Tower, Liuyin Garden and Sheyou Gate, which are all related to pianos. Riguang Rock

translated as Sunlight Rock and also called Moving Rock, is the summit of Gulangyu Islet. On the mountain, huge and precipitous rocks form many caves and gullies. Pavilions are hidden among green trees. If you go up the steps, you will come to the Lotus Flower Convent first, where a huge rock named "A Piece of Tile" sits on the top and forms a hall below. On the large rocks beside the convent are inscribed ''Wonderland of Gulangyu'' and ''Number One along the Egret River". Behind the convent are ''the Dragon's Cave of the Egret River'' and ''the Cave of Summer Resort''. Close to the convent is the historical site of Zheng Chenggong's Dragon Head Mountain Fastness. Coming to the top of the mountain, you can see the beautiful view of the sea and the mountains. The Xiamen Island and Gulangyu, Dadan and Erdan are all presented before your eyes. Ji Mei

is one of the four major scenic spots in Xiamen. Ji Mei enjoys a long-term fame for its tourist attractions like Turtle Garden and Returnees Garden. Ji Mei is a small town on the other side of the bank facing north Xiamen Island. With Gaoji and Xingji Causeways meeting there, Ji Mei becomes the sole gateway into Xiamen. Ji Mei is also the hometown of Mr. Tan Kah-Kee, a famous overseas Chinese leader who devoted himself to the educational causes in China. He started various schools in the town. Nanputuo Temple

On the Southern outskirts of Xiamen Town, is the Buddhist Temple called Puzhao Temple (Universal Grace Temple). It was first built during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). Later it was destroyed during warfare in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD) and during the reign of Qing Dynasty (1644-1911 AD) Emperor Kangxi, a naval general, ordered it to be rebuilt into a Buddhist Temple and named it Nanputuo Temple. The temple covers 30,000 sq. m with four main buildings on a north-south axis. They are Devajara Hall, Mahavira Hall, Dabei Hall (Great Compassion Hall) and a Pavilion built in 1936 which stores Buddhist scriptures, Buddha images from Burma, ivory sculptures and other works of art. Many rooms flanking the main buildings are dormitories, libraries and study rooms for monks. Mahavira Hall Built in 1921, it has the statues of the Trinity of the Three Ages (the Buddha of the Present, Sakyamuni; the Buddha of the Past, Kasyapa; and the Buddha of the Future, Maitreya).


Avalokitesvara (the Goddess of Mercy) and his disciples are also there. Attractive murals on the wall mainly feature Buddhist stories and figures from India. Dabei Hall It is an Octagonal Tower rebuilt in 1928. Inside are enshrined four Statues of Avalokitesvara (Guiyin Bodhisattva, the Goddess of Mercy) on the lotus-flower base. The Bodhisattva with his arms across his chest has 48 hands stretching out. On each hand is a mini sacred eye. Two banyans were planted on each side of the hall. Sutra-Keeping Pavilion The Pavilion, built in 1936, stores thousands of Buddhist scriptures, Buddha images from Burma, ivory sculptures, wood sculptures, bronze bells, incense burners and other works of art. One particular porcelain Avalokitesvara is said to be very precious. Many rooms flanking the main buildings are dormitories, libraries and study rooms for monks. The temple also offers Vegetarian Food for tourists. South Putuo Temple is situated below the Five Old Gentlemen Peaks in the southern part of the island of Xiamen. It was first built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) and is one of the sacred places of Buddhism in Southern Fujian. Inside the temple are the Hall of the Heavenly Guardians, the Hall for the Great Hero, the Scripture Chamber and the Great Compassion Hall, all of which were built in an exquisite and grand style. Enshrined in these halls are the statues of Maitreya, Sanshi Reverend Buddha, Thousand-handed Guanyin (Bodhisattva), Four Kings of Heaven and the Eighteen Arhats. Although all are serious and solemn in appearance, each is distinctly different from the others. The excellent craftsmanship of the Thousand-handed Guanyin is marked by its thousand hands, thousand eyes and glistening golden colour. The Pavilion where Buddhist scriptures are kept has a rich collection of historical articles of Buddhism, such as classics, statues of Buddhas, bronze bells from the Sung Dynasty, calligraphic works and paintings from ancient times. Among them is the "Intriguing Lotus Scripture" written in blood in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD). Further behind, high up on the mountain stands a screen of five peaks coloured by green trees and bamboo and marked by serene valleys and rocks of pleasing shapes. They are called "Five Old Gentlemen Reaching the Clouds" and are one of the eight grand sights of Xiamen. Reaching the top, you not only have a view of the mountain undulating in the wind, but also the view of the sea surging in the distance. Xiamen Botanical Gardens

was meticulously designed with the Wanshiyan Reservoir as the centre. In accordance with the needs of scientific research and tourism, this botanical garden consists of more than 20 special gardens such as the Garden of Pine and Fir Trees, Rose Garden, Palm Garden, Shelters, Area for Imported Plants, Medicinal Plants Garden, Large Cactus Garden, and the Orchid Garden. It also grows more than 3,000 kinds of tropical and subtropical plants such as narcissuses, ginkgoes, Chinese golden larch, Japanese umbrella pine and hoop pine. It is a picturesque garden with fragrance all year round.


34. Shopping in Xiamen Xiamen has two famous shopping streets: Zhongshan Road in the old city and Dragon Head Road on scenic Gulangyu Islet. Zhongshan Road, which is 1.2 km long, has 243 plazas, shops and restaurants, such as Hualian Commercial Building, Huahui Mall department stores, and Tianshun Jewellery Store. Thanks to its strong ethnic culture and special scenery of south Fujian, it has become an ideal place for domestic and foreign tourists to do shopping. On both sides of Dragon Head Road, there are many stores selling local products. It is worth mentioning that the sports shoes made in Fujian enjoy a great reputation throughout the world. Xiamen has 22 designated tourism shops selling commodities to tourists.


35. Map of theatres


1. Jimei Funantang Gaojia Theatre (23.2km from XICEC) 12 2. Xiamen Song & Dance Theatre (11.8km from XICEC) 12 3. Small Egret Art Center (9.6km from XICEC) . 158 4. Experimental Theatre (10.2km from XICEC) 5. Lotus Theatre (8.4km from XICEC) 4-6 6. Nan Yin Ge Theatre (11.7km from XICEC) 18 7. Children's Palace Theatre(11.1km from XICEC) ( 10 ) 8. People's Conference Hall (11.2km from XICEC) 75


Useful Chinese phrases Hello How are you? Good morning Good night Bye Thank you You're welcome Excuse me (sorry) How much? (money) This That Yes No I don't understand (what you said) Can you speak English? Please give me... I don't want it I want to go to... What's your name? My name is... nho nhoma? zoshàngho wn'n zàijiàn xièxie búkèqi duìbùq dusho qián? zhègè nàgè shì bù/ búshì w tngbùdng n huì jing yngwén ma? qng gi w búyào w yào qù n jiào shénme mingzi w jiào



Microsoft Word - practical_info_xiamen.doc

17 pages

Report File (DMCA)

Our content is added by our users. We aim to remove reported files within 1 working day. Please use this link to notify us:

Report this file as copyright or inappropriate


You might also be interested in

Microsoft Word - practical_info_xiamen.doc