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Beijing Weather

Beijing has a rather dry, monsoon-influenced humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dwa), characterized by hot, humid summers due to the East Asian monsoon, and generally cold, windy, dry winters that reflect the influence of the vast Siberian anticyclone. Spring can
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Hong Kong Visa

Introduction The TCG section on Chinese visa explains the general principles of what entry visas are. Although Hong Kong and Macau are parts of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), as Special Administrative Regions (SAR), each has its own entry regulations. This also means that
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Apply for Hong Kong Visa

Persons who need to apply for a visa, i.e. other than described in Entry as a tourist without a Hong Kong Visashould obtain the form from a Chinese consulate or embassy.  Some travel agents sometimes offer a service of providing you with forms and submitting them for you but you will
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Holiday Schedule of Chinese Embassies/Consulates in Foreign Countries

Generally speaking, the Chinese embassies or consulates in foreign countries/regions will be closed on Chinese public holidays and the resident country. Because the holidays of resident countries vary greatly, only the public holidays of China in 2014 is listed here for reference. If
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Chinese Visa Application in Your Own Country

If you have any doubts about your situation you should enquire at a Chinese Consulate, such as Chinese Embassy in Toronto, Canada, or at a Public Security Bureau Entry and Exit Administration office in China. Application in Your Own Country Ideally, complete an application form suppli
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China Visa Application in a Third Country and Regions

You could be applying for a visa either in your own country, or in a third country. If you have any doubts about your situation you should enquire at a Chinese Consulate or at a Public Security Bureau Entry and Exit Administration office in China. Application in a Third Country &
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Crew, Resident and Journalist Visa

Crew Visa (C) Persons arriving as crew on international planes, ships or trains and their family members should apply for it. Clearly they should obtain information and complete formalities via their employers. Resident Visa (D) In summary, the regulations state that a person who has
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China Transit Visa (G)

Transit visas are for persons who are staying for a short period while in transit between two other countries. You must have residency in the destination country or have a valid visa for it (if required). The fee appears to be the same as for a tourist L, so check whether you might as
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China Private Visit Visa (S)

From September 1st 2013, relatives of foreign residents in China have more opportunities to visit their loved ones under new regulations. The S visa is a new visa type issued to family members of foreign professionals and students in China. Spouses, children, brothers, sisters, parent
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