Frequently Asked Questions

General Event Questions

Industry professionals working in all areas of the medical affairs field including medical directors, medical heads, medical advisors, medical science liaisons, etc.
Industry professionals working in relevant areas in the commercial departments including sales and marketing directors may also find value in the Summit.
All local speakers are encouraged to speak in Mandarin. For some of the senior executives who are not able to speak Mandarin, presentations will be given in English. Simultaneous translation for English/Mandarin will be provided for all main conference sessions (excluding breakouts and workshops).
Yes, simultaneous translation for English/Mandarin will be provided for all main conference sessions (excluding breakouts and workshops).
No, there are currently no plans to stream the event.
Yes, all registered attendees will be given the website address, username and password on-site at the conference that they may use to log into the system to download the presentation slides in PDF format approximately within two weeks of the event’s conclusion.
Please bring your photo ID and business card to the registration desk in the morning of the meeting’s first day during the registration times listed in the program agenda to pick up your badge.
The dress code for the meeting is from business casual to business.
Certainly. Once you are fully registered, you will receive periodic updates about the program agenda, special events we have planned as well as other information to help you maximize your attendance at the meeting.

Registration Questions

Please visit our registration site at for the latest registration rates.
Your registration fee includes access to all the conference sessions, on-site materials, light breakfast snacks, networking refreshment breaks, lunches, and networking cocktail reception.
There are significant group discounts available for R&D companies. Pricing is listed at Please send an email to for more information on how to register as a group.
Our preferred method for payment is in USD paid via credit card through our registration system. RMB payment is accepted via bank transfer or cash on-site.
Yes. RMB payment is accepted via bank transfer or cash on-site. If you are interested in paying in Chinese RMB, please contact Eric Lu at
A Chinese Fapiao can only be issued to you if you have made payment in RMB via bank transfer or cash on-site. If you need an official Chinese Fapiao, please send an email to and we will have the invoice mailed to you. If you have made payment in USD via credit card, we can issue a receipt or invoice to you via mail or email.
Yes, you may log into our registration system to change the attendee name or send us an email at to have the attendee information updated.
All payments are non-refundable. You can transfer your attendance to a colleague or friend or use your registration for credit towards a future Lychee Group event.
We do not offer one-day passes to attend China Medical Affairs Summit.
Yes, all non-Chinese citizens are required to a visa to travel to China for the conference. Please consult with your local consulate for more information.
We can provide you with an invitation letter that you may use to apply for your visa to China. Please email us at to request an invitation letter. Only registered and fully paid attendees will be issued an invitation letter.
No, you must book your hotel accommodations separately.
Yes, we do have a special rate for attendees of the conference at the conference hotel. To request the form to book at the special rate, please email us at
We allow a very limited number of press members to attend the conference on a case-by-case basis. If you would like to request a press pass, please send an email to along with your press credentials so we may consider your attendance.