social events

Welcome Dinner    
in Tatung University
In this festive time, we would like to take the opportunity to invite you to a welcome dinner 
this coming 18 June 2014. On behalf of the conference chair of the ATISR2014, 
I have arranged a late night dinner party to be held at Tatung University. 

In order to spread the spirit of goodwill and happiness we look forward to you participation. 
We hope you will take part in the event to make it a great success.
Chih-Chien Wang
Conference Chair


Date: 2014/06/18 
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Transport: by bus 
(from Caesar Park Taipei Hotel to Tatung University)
Fee: Free

Tourism and Campus Tour 

in National Taipei University


Date: 2014/06/20
Time: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Transport: by bus 
(from Caesar Park Taipei Hotel to National Taipei University)
Fee: Free

Time Activities Location
09:00~10:00 Bus Travel Time from Caesar Park Taipei Hotel to National Taipei University
10:00~11:00 Campus Visit National Taipei University
11:00~12:00 Welcome Speech National Taipei University
13:30~15:00 Visiting Yingge Ceramics Museum Yingge Ceramics Museum
Visiting Sanshia Old Street Sanshia Old Street
17:00~18:00 Bus Travel Time
from National Taipei University to Caesar Park Taipei Hotel

Sanshia Old Street

Sanshia was one of the most famous traditional streets located in northern Taiwan. As transport shifted elsewhere and the use of river transportation declined, however, Sanshia gradually lost its importance as a commercial center. It has become known in recent years because of Qingshui Zushi (Divine Ancestor) Temple, which is unique among all the Chinese temples of the world for the painstaking and time-consuming dedication to classical temple arts that is manifested in its modern reconstruction work. These features have also made it a powerful attraction for tourists from all over Taiwan and the world.
Sanshia Old Street length is about two hundred meters, and its architecture dates back to the early days when the Republic of China was newly established. Walking along Sanshia Old Street is like walking into a time tunnel; the arched red brick hallways, the traditional architecture, the beams, columns, ancient wooden plaques, the squat maiden’s walls and the figure carvings upon the buildings are all very unique.
Red brick was the main material used for the side of the buildings facing the street; pebbles were less used, and cement was not used until recently, for renovations, was used for the interior walls of the buildings. Because the merchants who lived along the Street in those days were all well-to-do folks, the architectural style and the building materials used were the cream of the crop; many materials were imported, and some of the residents employed architects from as far as England. The protruding sections on the roof of the buildings and the carved patterns under the windowsills on the second floor of the buildings enhance the beauty of these constructions. The patterns are widely varied and extremely interesting to study.