Call for Papers

Contextualising Asian Culture in Participatory Design Research

The 8th Asian CHI invites submissions that showcase the latest research and practice in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Participatory Design (PD) with a focus on Asia. We particularly welcome work that incorporates Asian sociocultural factors in design and implementation. 

We encourage submissions from researchers and practitioners from all levels, including seasoned academics, early-career researchers, graduate students, and industry professionals.

By submitting your work to Asian CHI 2024, you will not only gain valuable feedback from reviewers,
but you can also Contribute to the advancement of culturally and linguistically sensitive design practices in Asia and share your research with a global audience of HCI and PD experts.

Join us at the Asian CHI 2024 to explore the exciting intersection of HCI, PD, and Asian culture! 

We look forward to receiving your submissions


We invite submissions featuring works and contributions within the following HCI and PD fields, but not limited to:



All submissions must be original and unpublished work.

Papers must be formatted according to ACM guidelines (

(preparing articles with Microsoft Words)

Submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed.


Submission Deadline (round 2): 18 May 2024 30 June 2024

Notification of Acceptance: 30 June 2024 (round 1) | 31 July 2024 (round 2)

Camera-Ready Paper Deadline: 17 August 2024

Presentation @Asian CHI 2024:  19 September 2024 (mandatory)


Accepted Blinded Review Academic Papers and Industry Case Studies will be published at ACM Digital Library within its International Conference Proceedings Series (Scopus-indexed Proceedings)

ISBN:  979-8-4007-1008-7

Check the past publications related to the Asian CHI Symposium.  

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