International Silk Road Symposium - GIU
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We are delighted to extend our warm invitation to you for the International Silk Road Symposium, organized by the Georgian International University in collaboration with the China International Educational Organization.

This Symposium serves as a platform for the exchange of ideas, research findings, and scholarly discussions on a diverse range of topics related to the historic Silk Road, its impact on modern society, and its significance in the fields of business, culture, and international relations.

Symposium Goals and Objectives: The primary goal of the International Silk Road Symposium is to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among scholars, researchers, and practitioners from around the world.

With a specific focus on China and its role in the historical and contemporary context, this conference aims to: Promote Cultural Exchange: Explore the historical, cultural, and economic dimensions of the Silk Road, facilitating a deeper understanding of its legacy and its relevance in today’s globalized world.

Advance Research: Provide a platform for scholars and researchers to present their cutting-edge studies on topics such as business administration, tourism, law, journalism, psychology, sinology, and philology, contributing to the growth of knowledge in these fields.


Important Dates: Abstract Submission Deadline: 25.10.2023

Notification of Acceptance: 05.11.2023

Registration Deadline: 25.10.2023

Conference Dates: 25.11.2023


The symposium program and will be published on the conference website.

The Organizing Committee reserves the right to select abstracts.

Participation in the conference is free of charge.


Please fill out the online form


and forward also the registration form and abstracts ( send theses in Word and PDF format, name the file: surname_theses) by e-mail:


Should you have any inquiries or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact our organizing committee at Contact Email:


For more information, please contact:; mob. +995 599270746

prof. Zoia Adamia

Head of the Research Support Center of Georgian International University

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