The 11th International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Risk, Maintenance, and Safety Engineering &The 4th International Conference on Reliability Systems Engineering
Location: Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Date: October 27-29, 2021
■ Conference Venue (会议地点)
Le Méridien Emei Mountain Resort (峨眉山恒邦艾美度假酒店）(https://www.marriott.com.cn/hotels/ctumd-le-meridien-emei-mountain-resort/overview/)
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■ Hotel Booking (酒店预订)
|Room Type||Room Rate/ Per Night|
|Standard Room||CNY 500 ( USD 75、including 2 breakfasts)|
|Double Room||CNY 500 ( USD 75、including 2 breakfasts)|
Attendees who wish to make a hotel reservation are kindly requested to contact directly with the hotel via tellphone number(+86 13348826945，胡雪梅)（有意进行酒店预订的与会者请通过电话号码（+86 13348826945，胡雪梅）直接与宾馆联系。）
■ Hotel Introduction (酒店简介)
Le Méridien Emei Mountain Resort offers a truly transformative experience for your visit to China’s captivating Sichuan Province. Set against the backdrop of the majestic mountain in the ancient city of Emeishan.Our hotel features rooms and suites offering evocative perspectives of the lush green surrounds. All rooms offer contemporary design and amenities including a flat-screen TV, wireless high-speed internet access, a separate bath and a shower with Le Méridien bath amenities. Our signature bed with crisp linens provides an energizing night’s rest.
Le Méridien Hub is a gathering place for creative minds to converse, debate and exchange. Inspired dining choices are offered in our two hotel dining venues. A hot spring, a fully equipped fitness center and an indoor heated swimming pool offer stimulating options to restore balance after a busy day in Emeishan.Business meetings and social events are smoothly hosted in our 16,285 square feet of versatile function space with integrated service provided. Exploring unique programs inspired by the brand’s European heritage. Born in a glamorous era of travel, Le Méridien believes everyone should explore the world in style. A modern reinterpretation of the traditional hotel lobby, Le Méridien Hub offers an array of opportunities for guests to gather, connect and simply savor the moment. Learn more about the unique signature food and beverage programs.
■ About Emeishan
Emeishan is a mountain in Sichuan Province, China, and is one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China. Administratively, Emeishan is located near the county-level city of the same name (Emeishan City), which is in turn part of the prefecture-level city of Leshan. It was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Emeishan is located in the intersection of various natural elements, with complex flora, rich biological species, and many endemic species. It has preserved a complete subtropical vegetation system with more than 3,200 species of plants, accounting for about 1/10 of the total number of plant species in China. Emeishan is also the habitat of a variety of rare animals, with more than 2,300 species of animals. There are many groups of monkeys along the mountain road, and they often form groups to beg tourists for food, which is a major feature of the mountain. Emeishan is the dojo of Samantabhadra Bodhisattva. Religious culture, especially Buddhist culture, constitutes the main body of Emeishan’s history and culture. All buildings, statues, instruments, etiquette, music, paintings, etc. show the strong flavor of religious culture. There are many historic sites and temples on the mountain, which is one of the destinations for tourism, recuperation and summer escape in China.
■ Main Sights
Da’e Mountain is the main peak of Emeishan, with an altitude of 3099 meters.
Er’e Mountain, in the northeast-southwest direction, is composed of granite and dolomite. 1909 meters above sea level. There are many cedars, miscellaneous trees and bamboos in the forest, and there is a forest farm. It produces tea, bamboo shoots, tung oil, raw lacquer, etc., as well as Chinese medicinal materials.
San’e Mountain is located in the southwest of Shawan Town, Leshan. It is 13 kilometers long and 7 kilometers wide. The main peak is 2027.1 meters above sea level, 1625 meters above the surface of Shawan Zhenjiang River. The top of the mountain is covered with basalt, which began to form at the end of the Neogene. There are copper, aluminum and other minerals.
Si’e Mountain is 20 miles north of Da Emei Mountain in Sichuan Province and 5 kilometers north of Emei Mountain City, with an altitude of 982 meters. The shape is like a flower, and there is a Yuantong Temple in the mountain.
There are more than 100 large and small temples in Emeishan, which have been revived and abandoned several times. The main existing temples are Wannian Temple, Baoguo Temple, Fuhu Temple, Shanjue Temple and Guangxiang Temple.
Baoguo Temple, the first temple in Emeishan, was built in the Wanli period of Ming Dynasty (1573-1619), formerly known as Huizongtang, it was relocated here in the early Qing Dynasty and rebuilt in the ninth year of Shunzhi; in the forty-two years of Kangxi (1703), Emperor Kangxi took the meaning of “repaying the country’s lord’s kindness” in the Buddhist scriptures “Four Kinds and Four Reports”, the royal title “Baoguo Temple” plaque, and Wang Fan’s handwriting; Baoguo Temple has been repaired several times in history, and the temple has been completely preserved.
Guangxiang Temple, because the copper temple on the top of the peak glows in the sun, it is named Jinding, also known as “Golden Summit Temple”. According to legend, it was built in the Eastern Han Dynasty, formerly known as Puguang Temple. The rise and fall of different dynasties. The main hall, Yongming Huazang Temple, was rebuilt in the 12th year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1886). At the highest point in the rear of the hall, there is a bronze cast Buddha hall built in the thirty-first year of Wanli in the Ming Dynasty (1603). There is a bronze statue of Puxian Bodhisattva in the middle, and ten thousand Buddhas are cast on the four walls. Both the Bronze Hall and Huazang Temple were set on fire. There are two copper towers left near the site of the Bronze Palace. and the temple has been completely preserved.
In the 4,000-year history of civilization development since the written records of Emeishan, the history of tea and tea culture in Emeishan occupies a very important position. Together with Emeishan Taoism, Buddhism, Confucian culture and Emei martial arts culture,they form the cultural grand view of Emeishan.
The Emei School of Tea Ceremony began in 845 AD, founded by Chan Master Changfu of Emeishan, who created the book “Emei Tea Dao Zongfa Qing Law”. In 880 AD, 62 monks were taught the tea ceremony, and in 881 AD, Master Longyuan of Wannian Temple presided over the rules of the tea ceremony. The spirit of Emei Tea Ceremony is “wisdom and beauty“, which is not based on traditional understanding. The famous Chinese famous teas “Zhuyeqing”, “Emei Xueya”, “Emei Baiya”, “Miaopin”, etc., are a series of top-quality green teas grown and made by the eminent monks of Emeishan. they form the cultural grand view of Emeishan.
Emeixueya are abundant in the areas of Chicheng peak, Baiyan peak, Yunv peak, Tianchi peak, Jingyue peak and Wannian temple, which are 800-1200 meters above sea level and clouded all year round. Tea has the characteristics of flat, flat, smooth, straight and sharp.
Zhushalian is a rare and precious medicinal material in Emeishan. In summer, tourists have stomachache or stomachache due to summer heat. They can grind water and drink clothes to get quick results. It uses its roots as medicine. It is cold in nature and tastes hard. Functions and indications: clearing away heat and toxin, reducing swelling and relieving pain.
Emeishan Kusun have the characteristics of sweet and crisp, pure taste, rich in a variety of vitamins and the effects of clearing the liver, benefiting the gallbladder and strengthening body. Emeishan has a bitter bamboo base of 8333.3 acres, radiating nearly 11666.6 acres of surrounding districts and counties, with an annual output of 120000 tons of fresh bitter bamboo shoots and 10000 tons of canned food.