Welcome Reception – Monday, November 4

Taiwan Night Market at the 1919 Art & Culture Center 

SPONSORED BY China Aviation Development Foundation (cadf)

Monday, November 4, 2019

1919 Art
40 Lane 25, Songjiang Road,
Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 104

Takasago Maquor Co., Ltd is Taiwan’s first brewery covers an area of 14,000 square meters, and began construction in the year 1919. In 1911, the bureau was reorganized into Taiwan Tobacco and Wine Co., Ltd., and was renamed as 1919 Art & Culture Center.

Join us as China Aviation Development Foundation transforms this space into Flight Safety Foundation’s very own traditional Taiwan night market. Taste many of the local traditional foods the food stalls have to offer, try your luck at the night market game stalls and enjoy entertainment from Guan Jiang Shou (Warrior Dance) as well as Aboriginal Dancers. Be warned, you may find yourself a part of this traditional dance and music.

Tentative Agenda
1730 – 1820 – Buses load from the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
1800 – 1900 – Cocktail hour
1900 – 2100 – Buffet Dinner and Entertainment
2100 – 2130 – Buses load back to Mandarin Oriental, Taipei


Networking Reception – Tuesday, November 5

IASS Taiwan Night Gala Dinner at Mandarin Oriental, Taipei

SPONSORED BY China Aviation Development Foundation (cadf)

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
158 DunHua North Road,
Taipei Taiwan

The day before, attendees will have experienced a casual, fun night market themed event. This Taiwan Gala Dinner  will give attendees a glimpse into Taiwan’s history and culture.

Attendees will be entertained by Chio-Tian Drums & Arts Troupe, a Techno dancer and interactive culture booths. Dinner will be a traditional Chinese meal complete with more entertainment!

Tentative Agenda
1800 – 1850 – Cocktail hour in the Ballroom Foyer
1850 – 1900 – Enter Ballroom and find Seats
1900 – 1935 – Opening Show and Welcome Remarks
1900 – 2120 – Seated Dinner and Entertainment
2150 – 2200 – End of dinner and closing performance 


Companion Tour – Monday, November 4

National Palace Museum and Taipei 101

Monday, November 4, 2019

Join us as we tour the National Palace Museum, dine at the famous Din Tai Fung and take in the sights from Taipei’s tallest tower, Taipei 101.

National Palace Museum
Because of the complicated history between the Kuomintang and the communist party, National Palace Museum (NPM) artifacts were relocated to Taiwan and subsequently became a markedly important part of Taiwan’s culture. A review of the NPM’s history shows that it has inherited China’s national culture spanning thousands of years and shoulders the responsibility of preserving and publicizing Chinese artifacts. Of the said artifacts, the majority was previously owned by the Jehol and Shenyang temporary palaces.

Lunch – Din Tai Fung
Whenever the name Din Tai Fung is mentioned, often the first thing that comes to
mind is the perfect xiaolongbao: fresh and juicy, thin and delicate skin, and complete with 18 folds.

Taipei 101
The main tower features a series of eight segments of eight floors each. In Chinese-speaking cultures
the number eight is associated with abundance, prosperity and good fortune. As you ascend to the
observatory on the 89 Floor, the elevator reaches a speed of 1,010 meters per minute.

Price for program: US $85.00 
The price for this activity includes a shuttle, tours, lunch and access to Taipei 1010 observatory deck. Space is limited! If you are interested in signing up, please contact Namratha Apparao.

Tentative Agenda
830 – Buses depart from front lobby of the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
0900 – 1200 – Tour of National Palace Museum (With English speaking guides)
1230 – 1330 – Lunch at Din Tai Fung
1330 – 1500 – Taipei 101
1530 – Arrive back at Mandarin Oriental


Companion Tour – Tuesday, November 5

The One Nanyuan Day Tour

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Join us as we tour the Nanyan building and gardens, enjoy a traditional concert and welcome tea. You would also enjoy a specialty lunch designed by the chef on property.

 

Nanyuan History
The One Nanyuan located in Xingpu Township, Hsinchu County. Nanyuan was established in 1985 by Mr. Wang Tiwu, The founder of the United Daily News. The Garden building combined traditional Chinese, Fukien and Hakka style, was designed by Prof. Han Pao-teh. Nanyuan is the biggest Chinese garden with in the mountains.

Price for program: US $70.00 
The price for this activity includes a shuttle, tours and lunch. Space is limited! If you are interested in signing up, please contact Namratha Apparao.

Tentative Agenda
0810 – Buses depart from front lobby of the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
0915 – 1400 – The One Nanyuan
.     0915 – 0930 – Warm welcome event
.     0930 – 1030 – Concert and Exhibition tour
   1030 – 1115 – Nanyuan traditional construction tour
.     1115 – 1245 – Lunch – enjoy the chef’s specialty
   1245 – 1400 – Nanyuan lodge design tour
1500 – Arrive back at Mandarin Oriental

Tentative Agenda
830 – Buses depart from front lobby of the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
0900 – 1200 – Tour of National Palace Museum (With English speaking guides)
1230 – 1330 – Lunch at Din Tai Fung
1330 – 1500 – Taipei 101
1530 – Arrive back at Mandarin Oriental


Complimentary Tours – Thursday, November 7

Both tours are complimentary to all registered attendees. Tours include transportation to and from the hotel as well as a stop at the Taoyuan Airport. Attendees must wear their conference badge on the tour.

Operation Tour: EVA/CAL Training Center

Tentative Agenda
            0800 – Buses depart from Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
0845 – 0925 – EVA Flight/Cabin Training Facilities
0845 – 0925 – EVA Flight/Cabin Training Facilities
0925 – 0950 – EVA Safety Gallery
0950 – 1010 – EVA to CAL
1010 – 1040 – CAL museum
1040 – 1110 – CAL Inspection Flight simulator
1110 – 1140 – CAL Crew training center
1140 – 1150 – CAL to Taoyuan Airport
1150 – 1250 – Taoyuan Airport to Mandarin Oriental, Taipei

Maintenance Tour: CAL/EGAT Hangar

Tentative Agenda
            0800 – Buses depart from Mandarin Oriental, Taipei
0800 – 0900 – Mandarin Oriental, Taipei to CAL
0900 – 100 – Engineering & Maintenance Division
1000 – 1010 – CAL to Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corp. (EGAT, MRO of EVA AIR)
1010 – 1040 – EGAT Presentation
1040 – 1140 – EGAT Hangar & Shop Tour
1140 – 1150 – EGAT to Taoyuan Airport
1150 – 1250 – Taoyuan Airport to Mandarin Oriental, Taipei