The conference banquet will be held at CHIJMES HALL, an iconic tourist landmark of Singapore, on 18 December 2015. This will offer a unique opportunity for participants to experience 8-course gourmet Chinese cuisine and great cultural exposure. A fee of SGD141.24 will be charged.

At the heart of Singapore city, CHIJMES is an exquisitely restored historical monument which was originally known as the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ), a premier girls school established in 1854 by an order of French Catholic nuns. The centerpiece of the CHIJMES complex is the Gothic chapel constructed in 1904. Today, the chapel is known as CHIJMES HALL (赞美礼堂) is a perfect venue for events. CHIJMES HALL were proudly gazetted as a national monument on 26 October 1990.


Rich in heritage and exquisite in design, CHIJMES Hall is an unparalleled venue in Singapore. The building exterior features flying buttresses and a five-storey spire marks the imposing entrance to the chapel. Each of the columns of the building and link ways feature unique, intricate carvings of tropical birds and plants. Along with a picture perfect setting and the perfect address, the high ceiling chapel interior features delicate stained glass windows that were produced in Bruges, Belgium by Jules Dobbelaere, considered the finest stained glass craftsman in late nineteenth-century Europe. The glass panels depict scenes from the Bible as well as the 12 apostles. Below a cross-vaulted ceiling, the floor of the chapel is laid with multi-coloured terrazzo tiles that create a beautiful and majestic venue.