The affairs of the Academy shall be managed by an Executive Council consisting of the
President, the President-Elect, the Immediate Past President or the Vice-President, and the
By laws (Proceedings)
The proceedings of the Academy will be governed according to the by laws to be prepared by
the President and submitted to the Member Meeting for ratification.
1. Amendments to the constitution may be recommended by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the
2. Amendments to be voted on by the Member Meeting at any annual meeting shall be
submitted in writing to all voting members at least thirty days in advance of that meeting.
3. The adoption of amendments to the constitution shall require not less than a three fourths
(3/4) vote of the General and Life Members present in person or by proxy and voting in the
Except for those actions which require a larger numerical vote, as provided in the bylaws, a
majority, half (1/2) of relevant members (General and Life), shall constitute a quorum for any
meeting of the Academy institutions. A member who cannot participate in person to the
Member Meeting, can delegate another member to represent him/her by giving a proxy.
Delegation of a proxy must be confirmed in writing and submitted to the Secretary prior to the
GA. A member can only provide a single proxy vote.
The Academy shall have and continuously maintain a registered office and registered agent at
such location as the Council shall designate.
1. Language 语言
3. Council Meeting理事大会
4. Executive Council常务理事会
6. Auditors第六章 审计员
7. Committees 委员会
8. General Office 办公室
9. Financial And Administrative财务和管理
11. Emergency Provision紧急条款
13. Suspension of the By-Laws暂停章程
Chinese shall be the official language of the Academy.
CHAPTER 2: Membership
Section 1: Classification
The members of the Academy shall be classified as General, Life and Honorary Members. The
status of those people who are in the process of applying for membership is defined as CAED
Section 2: Qualifications
Membership in the Academy is a distinctive honor that is bestowed on a person who has
notably contributed to the improvement of human esthetics through education, research,
literature or clinical practice. Membership is by invitation only.
To be a general member, two existing members should refer the person. An application form should be submitted to CAED Secretary of General. And membership fee must be paid.
Any General Member who has been in good standing in the Academy for a period of ten (10)
years upon request to the Executive Council, be granted Life Member status if they have:
a) Retired from active practice and teaching
b) Reached the age of sixty-five (65)
c) Obtained Past-President or Secretary General status and reached the age of fifty-five
Should a retired Life Member return to active practice, Life Membership shall be withdrawn
and the member shall be considered an General Member
Any person who has contributed significantly to the achievement of the goals of this Academy
may be elected an Honorary Member.
The election shall require a unanimous secret ballot of the Council and a three-quarters (2/3)
affirmative secret ballot of the Council Members and voting at the Annual
Section 3: Privileges and responsibilities
General Members who are in good standing are entitled to vote and hold office. General Members shall vote council members; the voting process should be conducted by Executive Council in format of emails. General Members can be elected to be officers. General Members shall attend annual meeting.
General Members may use this title in conjunction with professional publications and/or lectures
and/or in commercial or public publications or activity
Life Members shall have all the privileges of General Membership.
Life Members are encouraged to attend all annual sessions, but are not required to do so.
Honorary Members may serve on committees and vote within the committee, but they are not
eligible to hold office and vote in the Member Meeting.
Honorary Members are encouraged to attend all annual sessions, but are not required to
Section 4: Initiation fees and dues
The council shall decide annual membership fee. The fee is RMB based.
All members are committed to pay the annual dues in due time, their signed application form
for membership representing a binding legal commitment to do so.
Life and Honorary Members
Life and Honorary Members are exempt from all membership and meeting fees.
Life and Honorary Members attending the Annual meeting shall have only to pay for the hotel
rates and banquets.
Section 5: Termination and reinstatement of membership
Any member desiring to resign from the Academy may do so if all his financial obligations to
the Academy have been met. Resignations must be submitted in writing to the Council, which
shall have the authority to act on them.
If a member or an CAED Affiliate fails to pay his dues for one year, his expulsion from the
Academy, due to lack of fulfilment of his financial obligations, will be presented to the General
Assembly for vote and a decision regarding possible legal measures.
The membership of an General Member who is absent from three (3) consecutive sessions
(Spring and Autumn) shall terminate, subject to a dispensation by the Council in extenuating
Censure, suspension, expulsion
Any member of the Academy may be censured, suspended or expelled for misconduct in his
profession or in relation to the Academy or for any just and reasonable cause. Any decisions
made in such cases may be by a three-quarters (3/4) vote of the entire Council and an appeal
may be made to the Academy membership against this decision. On appeal a three-quarters
(3/4) affirmative vote of the General and Life Members present in person or by proxy and voting
shall be prepared to sustain Council action.
Any General Member or CAED Affiliate who has been dropped from membership may be
reinstated upon invitation of the Academy. He must receive a three-quarters (3/4) affirmative
vote of the Council and of the General and Life Members present and voting in person or by
proxy at the Member Meeting. The payment of all back dues may be required at the
discretion of the Council.
Section 6：Annual Meeting and Quorum
A annual member meeting combined with academic meeting should be hold at least once a year. One half (1/2) of the Academy’s Members shall constitute a quorum.
Chapter 3: Council Meeting.
Section 1: Composition
Each council Member of the Academy shall be a member of the Council Meeting.
Section 2: Powers
The Council Meeting shall have the power to:
a) Elect the Executive Council Members.
b) Elect Auditors.
c) Elect members of committees.
d) Elect Life and Honorary Members submitted by the Council.
e) Approve all amendments to the constitution and by-laws.
f) Consider appeals regarding action of the Council to censure, expel or suspend a
g) Vote on actions of the Council to reinstate a member.
Section 3: Officers
The President shall preside at all meetings, casting the deciding vote in case of a tie. In the
absence of the President, the President Elect shall assume his duties.
Section 4: Annual sessions
The Member Meeting shall meet at least twice each year during the Bi-Annual Scientific
Section 5: Voting
Only General and Life Members in good standing shall be entitled to vote. In case of a tie, the
meeting's President shall cast the deciding vote.
A member who cannot participate in person to the member meeting, can delegate another
member to represent him/her by giving a proxy. Delegation of a proxy must be confirmed in
writing and submitted to the Secretary prior to the GA. A member can only provide a single
Section 6: Rules of debate
All cases not covered by the provisions of the constitution and by-laws shall be determined by
a three-quarter (3/4) majority of the Member Meeting following considered debate, whereby
all decisions so arrived at do not conflict with standing rules or with the Constitution and Bylaws.
CHAPTER 4:The Executive Council
Section 1: Composition
The Executive Council shall consist of the President, President-Elect, Vice-President or
Immediate Past President, the Secretary General.
Section 2 Qualifications
All members of the Council must be General or Life Members.
Section 3: Term of office
The duration of office shall be as follows: the Secretary General shall serve a four (4) year
period. The President and President-Elect, shall serve a two (2) year period. The Immediate
Past President a one (1) year period subsequent to his Presidency after which the Vice-
President will serve a one (1) year period.
Section 4: Nomination, Election and Installation
The Executive Council shall provide nominations for each office prior to the relevant annual
session. The Member Meeting shall elect members of the Council at the Academy’s annual
business session by majority of vote. Installation shall occur at the end of the meeting.
In case one of the members of the Executive Council resigns or dies before his/her term is
expired, the rest of the Council shall nominate an General Member as a temporary replacement
until new elections can be run when the subsequent Member Meeting takes place. The only
exception is the President who will be replaced by the President-Elect. The member who will
temporarily replace the President-Elect is considered a Counsellor and not the designated
Section 5: Powers
The Executive Council shall have all administrative powers and duties except those specially
reserved to the Member Meeting by these by-laws. When the Member Meeting is not in
session, the Executive Council shall have the power to establish interim policies, provided
that such policies are reported to the next session of the Member Meeting for ratification.
Section 6: Sessions
The Executive Council shall hold its Annual Meetings prior to the Annual Sessions of the
Member Meeting. Additional meetings may be held at the call of the President. Interim
meetings should preferably be held in conjunction with major national meetings and, when
possible, between annual meetings. Special meetings may be called by the President or the
Secretary General with due notice so that a quorum may be present.
Section 7: Officers
The President shall preside over the Executive Council and in his absence the President-
Elect. The Secretary General shall be the Secretary of the Council.
Section 8: Voting
Mail or telephone ballot: The Executive Council may conduct its affairs by telephone, internet
or mail between meetings when the President or, in his absence, the President-Elect may
determine that the best interests of the Academy would be served by such means of
Section 9: Quorum
A majority of members of the Council shall constitute a quorum. A quorum shall be constituted
provided that two (2) of the officers of President, President-Elect, Immediate Past president or
Vice-President are present.
Section 10: Remuneration
Council members shall serve without pay. Expenses incurred incidental to Academy activities
may be reimbursed by the Academy.
CHAPTER 5: Officers
Section 1: Designation
The officers of the Academy shall be the members of the Executive Council (Chapter 1V)
Section 2: Qualifications
Only General and Life Members may serve as officers.
Section 3: Duties
The duties of the President shall be to:
a) Preside at all meetings of the Executive Council and Member Meeting.
b) Cast the deciding vote in case of a tie.
c) Appoint, in consultation with the President-Elect, the Conference Chairman for each
Spring Session and all committees not otherwise provided for in the by-laws.
d) Supervise the activities of the registered office.
e) Appoint the member best qualified in his estimation to be parliamentarian at the
beginning of each Council or Member Meeting session.
f) Sign on behalf of the Academy, together with the Secretary General, all the contracts and
documents authorised by the Council.
g) Be responsible for the financial control and outcome of the Annual Meeting.
h) Be responsible for the scientific programs at the bi-annual sessions in consultation
with the rest of the Executive Council.
The duties of the Immediate Past-President shall be to:
a) Assist the President in his duties, as requested.
b) Close any business left unfinished during his term as President making sure that the
accounting relative to his term is transparent and accurate.
The duties of the President Elect shall be to:
a) Assist the President in his duties, as requested.
b) Be responsible for the scientific programs at the bi-annual sessions together with the
c) Act as Conference Chairman for the Autumn meeting and coordinate the committee for
organizing this meeting.
d) Assume the duties of the President in his absence.
e) Succeed to the office of President.
The duties of the Vice- President shall be to:
a) Assist the President and President-Elect in their duties, as requested.
b) Succeed to the office of President-Elect.
The duties of the Secretary General shall be to:
a) Perform such duties as shall be delegated to him by the President or the Council.
b) Serve on annual session committees.
c) Prepare all official minutes, proceedings and transactions.
d) Forward to the members the minutes of the previous Member Meeting prior to the
forthcoming Member Meeting meeting.
e) Make an annual report to the Executive Council and to the Member Meeting.
f) Keep records of all business sessions.
g) Maintain a list of all members, and circularise notice of meetings.
h) Have charge and custody of and be responsible for all funds and securities of the
i) Prepare an annual budget for submission to the Executive Council.
j) Keep an accurate account of all monies, securities and properties and at the end of his
term of office deliver this account to his successor.
k) Serve as chairman of the budget committee.
l) Sign on behalf of the Academy, together with the President, all the contracts and
documents authorised by the Council.
m) Present a financial report based on the fiscal year to the Member Meeting.
CHAPTER 6: Auditors
The Council Meeting yearly elects the Auditors for a one year term. They shall be either two
members of the association or an external audit company. They shall be responsible for
examining the annual statements of accounts and they shall report to the annual General
Assembly of the association on their findings.
CHAPTER 7: Committees
Section 1: Designation
The Committees of the Academy shall be as follows:
a) Presidential Advisory Committee
d) Annual Session
f) Special Committees
Section 2: Appointments
The President shall appoint all committees and chairmen unless otherwise provided in these
Section 3 Qualifications
General, Life, Honorary Members and CAED Affiliates in good standing are eligible to serve on
committees unless otherwise provided in these by-laws.
Section 4: Reports
All committees must submit advisory annual reports to the Council and, where appropriate, to
The Council Meeting.
Section 5: Composition and terms
All standing committees shall be composed of three (3) members unless otherwise provided
in these by-laws. Election to a committee shall be for a term of two (2) years, unless
otherwise provided in the by-laws.
a) Presidential Advisory Committee
The members of this committee shall be all Past Presidents, the President and President-
Elect. The past President whose term ended first shall serve as chairman.
The duties of the committee shall be to act as advisors to President and President-Elect. The
committee shall serve as a standing committee.
The duties of the Membership Committee shall be:
1. Reassessment of qualifications for Affiliate status.
2. Assessment of a candidate’s qualification for General Membership.
3. Appraisal of a member’s professional activities during his/her time as an CAED Affiliate,
whereby “professional activities” are deemed to be presentations, lectures and the like.
4. Evaluation of a membership termination due to professional misconduct, unethical or
immoral conduct towards another member, insufficient financial standing or failure to
attend sufficient Spring Meetings.
The Membership Committee shall consist of:
• Three (3) General or Life Members selected to achieve an even distribution across national
The members of this committee shall be elected by the Member Meeting with a majority vote
of those present and voting. The duration of this committee shall be for two (2) years. The
members can be renewed.
c) Annual Session
The Spring Session meeting shall be co-organised by the President and a Conference
Chairman. There can be a different Conference Chairman for each spring session. The
scientific program shall be co-chaired by the President Elect and the President.
The duties of the Conference Chairman will be:
1) Select together with the President the venue for the meeting and propose it to the
Member Meeting. At least one of the meetings in a President’s two-year term shall take
place in his/her own country.
2) Choose together with the President the conference organizing company.
3) Determine with the Secretary General and the President the budget for the sessions.
4) Be responsible for all non-scientific activities (i.e. social events) of the sessions.
5) Serve as a co-chairman on all committees of the sessions.
All officers should stay in permanent contact with the Central Office and each other and
update the Central Office about all their activities on behalf of the Academy.
The President and Conference Chairman can form conference committees for the relevant
session. The Conference Chairman, should he so decide, can serve as a co-chairman on
each of the following committees which shall have the following duties:
Arrangements – Provide suitable meeting rooms and make local arrangements for all social
Audio-visual – Elicit the audio-visual needs and supervise audio-visual activities with the
hotel or outside supplier.
Registration – Be responsible for proper registration of members and guests at the annual
Meeting site – Gather information and present alternative sites so that the Executive Council
can make an informed decision.
Commercial exhibits – Solicit suitable commercial exhibits for the annual session. Make all
necessary arrangements to conduct and control the exhibits at the annual session.
Each chairman may co-opt additional members at the discretion of the President.
d) Special Committees.
Appointed by the Executive Council for specific, short-term purposes.
They shall be dissolved at the end of the Annual Session unless the Council especially
renews them. The President and Chairman together will select the members
CHAPTER 8: Central Office
Section I: Purpose
The Central Office shall provide the necessary communications and service to the Academy
Membership and shall function under the direction of the current President and Secretary
Section 2: Location
The Central Office shall be at such location as the Council shall designate and shall be
assigned such duties, as the Council shall determine.
Section 3 Supervision
The Central Office shall be under the supervision of the President and the Secretary General.
CHAPTER 9: Finances and Administration
Section 1: Fiscal year
The fiscal year of the Academy shall correspond to the calendar year. Membership dues shall
be paid each year between January 1st and February 15th.
Section 2: Financial report
The Secretary General’s annual financial report shall be illustrated during the Spring session’s
Member Meeting and shall cover the previous audited fiscal year of the Academy, as well as
a non-audited report to the date of the Annual Conference.
Section 3: Acceptance of gifts
The Council may accept, on behalf of the Academy, any gift, grant of device for the general
purpose of the Academy.
Section 4: Responsibility for funds
Funds of the Academy on deposit with any bank or trust company shall be subject to
withdrawal on the signature of such persons as may be determined by resolution of the
Section 5: Use of funds
All funds of the Academy shall be used only for the administration of the Academy and for
projects, programs and activities which are in furtherance of the purposes for which the
Academy was created.
Section 6: Safekeeping of funds
The Executive Council is empowered to make agreements for the investment and
Safekeeping of the funds of the Academy, including the employment of investment advisors,
banks and auditors to that end.
Section 7: Books and records
The following books and records shall be kept at the central office and copies lodged with the
Secretary General and in any other place designated by the Executive Council:
1) Updated, correct and complete accounts.
2) Complete record of all minutes of the proceedings of the Members and the Executive
3) Current list of the Executive Council Officers and all official committee members of the
Academy and their addresses.
4) Current list containing the names and addresses of all members and their history and
records with the academy (sponsors' names, etc.).
5) A copy of these by laws.
CHAPTER 10: Meetings
Section 1: Annual Session
1) There shall be a Spring Session consisting of the meeting of the Executive Council,
meeting of the Member Meeting and the scientific session.
2) Time and location shall be determined by the Council with due notification given to the
3) The Executive Council shall hold its meeting before the Member Meeting.
4) Council Members are required to attend all meetings. Members, who are absent from
three (3) consecutive sessions, without being excused, shall have their membership
terminated, according to the provisions of Chapter 2, Section 5 of these by-laws.
5) Guest attendance at a Spring Session is by invitation. Each General, Honorary and Life
Member may propose two (2) guests for invitation. The number of guests will be
determined by the available accommodation. The guests shall be permitted to attend all
meetings of a session, other than business sessions. They shall be required to pay a
non-member registration fee as determined by the Council. The fee shall not be less than
the annual dues of the General and CAED Affiliates.
6) The scientific session shall consist of presentations of professional subjects related to
aesthetics and/or dental medicine. The program chairmen will determine the length of
7) Commercial products and/or exhibits shall not be permitted to be presented in a lecture
unless specifically determined either by the Council or the Program Committee.
8) The Academy may support the lecturers and moderators within the limits appearing in
Section 2: Special session
A special session may be called by the Council or upon written petition signed by fifty percent
(50%) of General and Life Members.
CHAPTER 11: Emergency provision
It shall take a majority vote of the Council to declare if an emergency exists. During a
declared emergency, the officers and elected members of the Council shall remain in office
until the emergency is ended. The Council shall determine the feasibility of holding meetings
and shall prescribe the type of meeting to be held during such emergencies.
CHAPTER 12: Amendments
Amendments to by-laws may be recommended by a two-thirds (2/3) vote for the Executive Council and
adopted by a three-quarters (3/4) vote of the Council Members, providing notice of the
proposed amendments shall have been submitted in writing
CHAPTER 13: Suspension of by-laws
The bylaws may be suspended by a three-quarters (3/4) majority vote of the members
present and voting at a Member Meeting.
CHAPTER 14: Policy Procedures
The Executive Council shall establish the policies and procedures to carry out the goals of the
Academy as stated in the bylaws
Speaker: ( CAED Member)
The Academy will provide lecturers and moderators of the scientific session the following
support in terms of:
2. Hotel accommodation
3.The conference package (which is made up of the conference fee and the social
Speaker: (Non CAED Member)
From Asia Pacific up to 5000 RMB
From other countries up to 20000RMB
2. Hotel accommodation
3.The full conference package for 2 (which is made up of the conference fee and the social
The Academy welcomes cooperation initiated by its members with the industry. Any invited
speaker may obtain additional support through their own personal contacts in addition to the
above terms with the proviso that a speaker’s disclosure statement be submitted.