A majestic synthesis of imperial heritage and futuristic skyscrapers, Beijing is the political and cultural heart of China, laying at the crossroads of the global economy. With more than 20 million inhabitants, 18 subway lines, 30 universities, 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and then countless government agencies, temples, museums, art districts, clubs, parks, lakes, the city’s buzz never ceases to amaze its guests.
From the Forbidden City to Tiananmen Square, from the Temple of Heaven to the Summer Palace, from the skyscrapers of the Central Business District to the 2008 Summer Olympics sites, and then.. the Great Wall. Beijing cannot be described in all its grandiosity, it must be seen and experienced with your own eyes.
In Beijing the ChinaMed Business Program takes place in Haidian, the university district, known across China as one of the country’s most dynamic research and innovation hubs.
Formerly part of Sichuan province and transformed into a separate municipality in 1997 in order to accelerate the development of China’s western region, Chongqing is China's most populous municipality, with over 30 million people residing within its administrative boundaries.
Located at the junction of the Silk Road Economic Belt, the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road and the Yangtze River Economic Belt, this municipality is at the forefront of the development of the Belt and Road Initiative, the new trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe and Africa along the ancient Silk Road routes.
A municipality of unique features, built on mountains and partially surrounded by the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, Chongqing is known as China's "Mountain City” and as the "City on Rivers". It is also renowned for being home to China's spiciest hot pot.
Listed by Forbes for three consecutive years as the best commercial city on the Chinese mainland, Guangzhou, once better known to Westerners as Canton, is the capital of Guangdong province and the third biggest city in China.
Once a major terminus of the ancient maritime Silk Road, in 1757 the imperial government designated the city as the only port allowed to engage in commercial activities with foreign nations, thus turning it into a strategic trade hub. More recently, Guangzhou has become the main manufacturing hub of the Pearl River Delta.
Today, Guangzhou is best known for its Canton Fair, China's oldest and largest trade fair, taking place in the spring and autumn seasons of each year.
The city is also home of the Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao F.C., which has recently become the symbol of China’s professional soccer, having won seven consecutive national titles between 2011 and 2017 and two Asian Champions League in 2013 and 2015.