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ICT2022 will be held Nov. 3-5, 2022 in Macau, China

We are pleased to inform all of you that the ICT 2022 conference will be held in Macau, China Nov. 3-5, 2022 both on-site and online. You are all welcome to come to join us. You are welcome to submit unpublished papers to the conference. After the 2020, 2021 pandemic we are hoping to have a physical conference in Macau. We also provide the possibility to attend the conference online.

The major theme of this year's conference is:  Challenges and Opportunities for Global Tourism Development in the Post-Pandemic Era.

All the unpublished papers about this topic are welcome to submit. The paper submission page is: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ict2022

Macau, the special administrative region in China

Macau is a special city in the world full of attractions and history. It has a combination of European and Chinese culture. Colonized by the Portuguese in the 16th century, Macau was the first European settlement in the Far East until returning to China on 1999. Macau becomes a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China. Macau is famous in its tourism and gambling industries. It is located in the Pearl River delta with Zhuhai and Hong Kong. Now the three places are connected by the famous Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge in the South China Sea.

ICT2022 Proceedings book will be Published by Springer Nature

All the accepted papers can be presented in the conference. Authors can submit full English version of the paper in order to be considered to publish in our proceedings book published by Springer Nature after the conference. You can see the 2019 proceedings here.
The proceedings and each individual papers have been indexed by ISI Web of Knowledge (CPCI-SSH—Conference Proceedings CitationIndex - Social Science & Humanities). The proceedings of 2022 will also be indexed.

Our Conference Host

Our host of this conference is the City University of Macau. Concretely, the conference will be organized by the Faculty of International Tourism and Management.
City University of Macau, formerly known as University of East Asia which was established in 1981, was renamed in 2011 and has adopted the development strategy of “Rename, Restructure, Transform, and Upgrade”.  The University pursues the path of a metropolitan university and integrates with urban lives, achieving excellence in humanities, art, business, commerce, new engineering and social science.





Organizers

City
                                University of Macau

UIB
University of Balearic Islands

Supporting Organization

SCUT

UIB - a
                                  member of RedIntur