2016 AREAA China North America Real Estate Summit


The China Real Estate Development and the China/North America Real Estate Summit

The New Silk Road – Xi’An was the starting point for one of the great ancient trade route in history that has reshaped the economic and cultural dynamics between Asia, Middle East and Europe. Chengdu sits at the heart of the Sichuan Providence and serves as the focal point of China’s technology industry. Changzhou is a dynamic city two hours outside Shanghai that is the innovation center for green building developments. These robust regional economies and cities have developed outside of Beijing and Shanghai that many Western companies have yet to fully explore. At the upcoming Third China- North America Real Estate Summit, AREAA is partnering with China Real Estate Association (CREA) to highlight the cities that are reshaping the Chinese economy and creating significant new wealth and business opportunities for real estate professionals.

Come see the next big opportunity in China and Join AREAA on this fascinating journey beyond the gateway cities and into the emerging economies within China.

China North America

Will be held at Xi’an, Chengdu, Changzhu, June 15-25, 2016

Jointly hosted by the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) and China Real Estate Association (CREA), this summit to China will provide the opportunity to meet with business leaders and government officials working to expand the economic opportunities in these regions. At the summit, you will get a firsthand understanding of these dynamic markets, and the ability to connect with top market leaders.

Summit Topics Included:

1. Technology’s impact on Chinese real estate opportunity
2. Commercial Real Estate developments
3. Green technology’s influence on new developments
4. International investments into China and ways to create partnerships with Chinese firms
5. Senior Housing development

Registration Rates and Cancellation Policy

$3,000 Regular Registration for Double Occupancy

  • $2,700 Early Bird rate is Extended!

** Early Bird Single Occupancy for $3,500

**Cancellation policy: Cancellation is not permitted. However, transferable to AREAA members only.  

Registration to the Summit includes:

  • Click here to see full itinerary
  • Accommodation during trade mission
  • Domestic flights
  • Transport in Chengdu, Xi’An and Changzhou
  • Sightseeing tours in Chengdu and Xi’an
  • Meals during entire trade mission
  • Access to all meetings, workshops and sessions
  • Sightseeing

**International Flights NOT included

Limited space for Changzhou Program Only are Now Available!

Registration of  $1350 for Attending Changzhou main event includes:

  • 2 nights of hotel stay (single occupancy) in Changzhou (6/22 and 6/23 night) See page 4-11 on itinerary for details.
  • 1 night of hotel (double occupancy) in Shanghai (6/24 night)
  • Meals from 6/22 to 6/25
  • Registration fee to the main CREA Changzhou event ($500)
  • Transfer from Changzhou to Shanghai on 6/24 after end of Changzhou event

**Please Note: registration does NOT include International Flights and local transfer from Shanghai to Changzhou.



Click Here to See Full Itinerary

United Discount


Looking for a discount on your flight for the summit?  Look no further, our partners at United have provided a discount for our Summit attendees. Please see below for directions to get anywhere between a 3-10% off discount.

Z Code: ZWQ2    Agreement Code: 416570

Location: Chengdu, CN (CTU), Shanghai, CN (PVG – Pu Dong), and Beijing, CN (PEK – Capital)

Valid Travel Dates: 6/12/2016 – 6/28/2016

Reservation Information:

US 50 States & Canada Customers: call your professional travel agency, book online via united.com or call United Reservations Meetings Desk at 800-426-1122 and provide the Z Code ZWQ2 and Agreement Code 416570. For all tickets issued through United Meetings Reservations Desk, there will be a booking service fee per ticket collected. This fee is subject to change without notice. Such service fee is nonrefundable and applies to all itineraries, one-way or round-trip.

Passengers outside the US 50 States & Canada: call your professional travel agency, book online via united.com or emailgroupmeetings@united.com and provide your preferred itinerary, agreement code and meeting Z code. Please allow 24 hours for email requests to be processed.

Travel agency bookings: To avoid debit memos and ensure tracking for United Meetings Rewards, the Z-code must appear in the Tour Code box. Note: Do not add letters “IT” in the Tour Code box or any other information in the Tour Code box other than the Z-code. Visit United Meetings Policies and Procedures page included in this agreement for more information.



  • Sheraton, Jiuzhou

Sheraton Changzhou

1 West Tingzheng Ave. Wujin District, Changzhou, Jiangsu China

+86 519 6996 8888


  • Hilton, Xincheng

Hilton xian

Overlooking Xin Tian Di Park, this upscale hotel in a modern building is a 5-minute walk from the nearest bus stop and 9 km from the Tianning Temple.

Sleek rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with city views, and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and rainfall showers. Suites add living rooms; some have dining areas and kitchenettes. Club rooms and suites add lounge access with complimentary breakfast and other amenities. Room service is available.

There are 5 restaurants and bars, including an elegant Japanese restaurant and a live music bar. There’s also a contemporary lobby lounge, an indoor pool, a fitness center and a business center.

68 Hongbei Rd, Wujin, Changzhou, Jiangsu, China, 213161

+86 519 8998 8888


  • Holiday Inn, Wujin


Set in a modern building with landscaped lawns and a fountain, this relaxed hotel is 12 km from both the Tianning Temple and Hongmei Park.

The airy contemporary rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges, plus tea and coffeemakers. Club rooms access a lounge serving complimentary breakfast and refreshments, while suites add living rooms and kitchenettes. Room service is available.

Breakfast (fee) is served in a chic cafe. There’s also a polished restaurant and a lobby bar. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a gym and a spa. A business center, event space and free parking are also available.

59 Yanzheng Middle Ave, Wujin, Changzhou, Jiangsu, China

+86 519 8631 3888


  • CYNN Hotel, Chengdu

CYNN hotel

The Xanadu Hotel (Chengdu Shiwaitaoyuan Jiudian) is a modern 5-star hotel located in the central business district and right near Sichuan University.

Dining options are quite varied, with a few on-site Western restaurants available as well as Korean cuisine.

69 Kehua N Rd, Wuhou, Chengdu, Sichuan, China, 610065

+86 28 8558 9999


  • Holiday Inn Xi’an Greenland Century City, Xi’an


Set in the Xi’an High-tech Industries Development Zone, this modern, high-rise hotel is a 7-minute walk from the nearest bus stop and 9 km from the 7th-century Giant Wild Goose Pagoda.

The chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded quarters add iPod docks. Club rooms provide access to a private lounge with complimentary evening cocktails. Suites feature living rooms. Room service is available 24/7.

Breakfast is offered (fee). There’s also a regional restaurant and a chic cafe. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a spa and a gym, plus a business center, 5 meeting rooms and a ballroom. Parking is free.

 5 Jinye Road, High-Tech Industries Development Zone, Xi’an 710065. China

 +86 28 8558 9999


Q & A

How do I apply a Chinese Visa?

Before sending out passport to apply Chinese visa, please make sure passport is valid for more than one year, and there are at least two Visa pages. Please send the following documents to kathy.gorden@jadetours.net

  • Original passport and copy of Driver’s License.

  • One passport style picture, size 2″x2″ for US & Canadian passport.

    Two pictures for any other nationality.

  • Filled out and signed visa application form. Download Form Here

The process will take approximately 5 business days.

What additional documents do I need if I was born in China, Taiwan, Hongkong, or Macau?

  • China

    If  your old U.S. passport had Chinese visa before, please send in both old and new passports. 

    If this was your first time applying Chinese visa, please send in your U.S. passport along with the original Chinese passport.

  • Taiwan

    If  your old U.S. passport had Chinese visa before, please send in both old and new passports. 

    If this was your first time applying Chinese visa, please send in your U.S. passport along with a copy of your Taiwanese passport (front page with the picture)

  • Hong Kong & Macau

    If  your old U.S. passport had Chinese visa before, please send in both old and new passports. 

    If this was your first time applying Chinese visa, please contact Kathy Gorden at 626-913-3136.

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