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Officially known as the People’s Republic of China, the country is an East Asian sovereign state and shares borders with North Korea, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, India, Bhutan, Laos, Hong Kong, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Nepal, Burma, Vietnam and Macau. The country is a Communist single-party state with the seat of government based in the capital city, Beijing, and also has full control over the matters of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
The second largest country in the world, China covers over 9.6 million square kilometres of land and features a range of environments, cultures and peoples, as well as being home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world, Ancient China. 


Stone Age History

China’s history is vast, stretching as far back as prehistory and recent archaeological evidence has shown the existence of humans, or pre-evolution humans, in the region as long ago as 2.24 Million Years. A cave discovered in Beijing was found to hold fossilized pre-evolved human remains and associated stone tools have been dated at between 680,000 and 780,000 BC. These fossilized are believed to be a Homo Erectus variant but Homo Sapien, or modern day human, fossils have been found which date back as far as 18,000 BC.

Bronze Age History

Legend holds that the first three sovereign nations and the first five emperors existed from 2500 BC onwards but no definite proof has been discovered, however, proto-writing has been documented in the area which dates back as far as 3000 BC. Also, scientific excavations in 1959 in Erlitou, Henan, have uncovered what are believed to be the remains of the once-considered-mythical Xia dynasty, claimed to have existed from around 2070 BC onwards.

However, the first Ancient Chinese dynasty to leave actual historical records was the Shang Dynasty which built up its own civilization along the Yellow River in Eastern China from 1600 BC onwards. They were known to use their own form of writing named the Oracle Bone Script and it is considered the very oldest form of Ancient Chinese writing found.

Iron Age History

However, the Shang were soon conquered by the Zhou in 1066 BC and they ruled on until around 475 BC, when their grip on the country was ripped apart by a variety of warlords. Due to the lack of a central governing body the various groups waged war on each other whilst forming seven sovereign states, each with its own government and military system.

In 221 BC, the state of Qin conquered the other six kingdoms and finally unified China for the first time in history under the name Qin Shi Huang. The emperor of Qin declared himself the First Emperor and imposed a variety of reforms all across the country in an attempt to unify the country further, these included the standardization of the Chinese language, currency, length of cart axles and measurements. However, due to the forced authoritarian policies, the dynasty only lasted until 206 BC when it completely fell apart through widespread rebellion.

From 206 BC onwards a truly unified China was ruled by the Han dynasty and it was this point that the country’s economy began to truly expand. The Han dynasty set up the Silk Road through Central Asia and after a time, Han China became the largest economy in the ancient world. The Han dynasty also adopted Confucianism and this rapidly became the state religion.

1st Century – 15th Century History

In 220 AD, the Han dynasty collapsed due to a variety of rebel attacks as well as the death of the Emperor at the time. One again China became a warzone as various factions battled one another regularly for territory.

In 581 AD, the Sui dynasty once again reunited China, however, this victory was short lived as they lost in the Goguryeo-Sui War and fell apart in 614. It was four years later when the Tang dynasty rose to power and under them, the country flourished under the rule of the new polity, developing new technology including engineering, woodblock printing, medicine, cartography, alchemy, air conditioning and even widespread literature and literacy. Buddhism also made its first appearance in history at this time.

However, the Tang were wiped out in 755 when the An Shi rebelled and destroyed the central government and looted the nearby settlements. It wasn’t until over two hundred years later that the Song Dynasty quelled the now warring nations and remaining splinter factions of previous dynasties.

The Song developed the country even more than the Tang had, establishing paper money for the first time in history as the currency and forming a permanent standing navy. It was at this time that the population size of the nation doubled thanks to the high standards created by the Song dynasty as well as the abundance of food and expansion of cultivated rice. Life became more civilized in general as well with the people developing landscape art, portrait painting, philosophy and many other arts and sciences as well as Confucianism.

Starting in the 13th century, however, the Mongol empire began to dominate the region and in 1271, Kublai Khan, the Mongol leader, set up the Yuan dynasty, wiping out the last of the Song in 1279. However, it was a simple peasant, Zhu Yuanzhang, who turned the tides in 1368, setting up the Ming dynasty. 

Throughout his life, Zhu Yuanzhang had endured poverty, disease and many other hardships and it was these factors that created an empathetic heart in him and brought the country into a golden age. Through the Ming dynasty’s efforts, the country flourished and developed dramatically, creating a variety of new forms of literature, music, painting and theatre as well as many new technologies including new forms of smelting iron, a reformed Chinese calendar, famine relief, fertilizer, snorkelling gear and new designs of gunpowder weapons and technology as well as improved medical equipment and practices.

16th Century – 19th Century History

In 1644, a minor Ming official named Li Zicheng lead a peasant rebellion and captured Beijing, overthrowing the government and establishing the Qing Dynasty. The last imperial dynasty of China, the Ming were involved in two Opium wars with Britain between 1839 & 1842 and 1856 & 1860, subsequently experiencing western imperialism. Through the power of the country, China was forced to sign unbalanced agreements, give away territory and pay compensation to the British. This included allowing Britain to possess Hong Kong.

The country also began having internal issues resulting in the deaths of millions such as the Taiping Rebellion in the 1850’s and 1860’s, the Nien Rebellion (1851-1868), the Miao Rebellion (1854-1873), the Punti-Hakka Clan Wars (1855-1867), the Panthay Rebellion (1856-1873) and the Dungan Revolt (1862-1877).
In the 19th Century the situation worsened as a famine hit northern China resulting in the deaths of over ten million people and many Chinese people began to emigrate to escape the crisis. In 1898, the Guangxu Emperor founded a new reform plan to set in place a constitutional monarchy, but before it could be utilized the Empress Dowager Cixi overthrew him in a coup d’état.


20th Century History

At the start of the 20th Century in 1899-1901, the Boxer Rebellion struck; following this the Xinhai Revolution of 1911-1912 ended the Qing Dynasty and founded the Republic of China. The Nationalist Party at the time had their leader instated as the provisional president but it was short lived and the presidency was transferred to a former Qing general, Yuan Shikai, who proclaimed himself Emperor of China in 1915. Due to the widespread condemnation and without support from his own military force, he stepped down and re-established the republic. He died a year later.

Due to Yuan Shikai’s death, the country was left politically powerless due to the regional warlords controlling most of the territory around the government city of Beijing. The Nationalist party in the region was able to reunify the country under the leadership of Chiang Kai-shek and after establishing themselves as the governing body in Ninjing, they began warring with the Communist party in 1927.

It was only when Japanese aggression in 1936 that China unified against Imperial Japan and the Second Sino-Japanese War commenced the following year. During the course of the war the Japanese military occupied Nanjing and massacred over two-hundred-thousand Chinese people and throughout the war over twenty-million civilians were killed. However, in 1945 Japan surrendered to China and the republic took over Taiwan. Despite the victory, the country was economically drained and war-ravaged, it wasn’t long before the National and Communist parties resumed war and it only ceased once more in 1949, shortly after the constitution was established.

The Nationalist Party retreated out of China and the Communist Party leader Chairman Mao Zedong declared the country the People’s Republic of China. The following year, China’s military forces captured Hainan and occupied Tibet, with the remainder of the Nationalist’s forces waging insurgency throughout western China during the 50’s. Through Mao’s leadership, the population practically doubles to over 900 million people at this time, however, this was horribly counterbalanced with his economic and social reform project, Mao’s Great Leap Forward, resulting in over forty-five million deaths from starvation and almost two million executions to proposed ‘counterrevolutionaries’.

It was in 1966 that Mao began his proposed Cultural Revolution, causing social rebellion across the nation for ten years until his death. Following Mao’s passing away, Deng Xiaoping rose into power and began largely reforming the economy, these reforms loosened the grip of the Communist Party on their citizen’s personal lives and disbanded the communes, prisonlike factories made up of civilian workers.

These events allowed China to slowly transform into a much greater mixed economy with a more open market and in 1982 the constitution was altered significantly to mirror the changes. However, the aggressive violence towards protesting students in Tiananmen Square in 1989 signalled that still not all was right within the Chinese government. Eventually, there was a shift and President Jiang Zemin and Premier Zhu Rongji rose to power in the 1990s.

Under the administration of the Premier and President, the country began flourish with over one-hundred-and-fifty-million people being pulled out of poverty as the economy managed to sustain an 11.2% average annual growth.

21st Century History

In 2001, the country joined the World Trade Organization and kept growing at a steady rate under the leadership of President Hu Jintao. But despite this, the rapid growth of the country had had severely negative effects on the country’s environment, resources and overall freedom of the people.

Due to a string of political disputes and scandals, the Communist Party shifted their leadership to Xi Jingping and Li Keqiang in 2013. Since then the Chinese government has begun large economic  reforms and planned reforms to the prison system and the one-child policy. 

Wording
Phonetic
English
     
Ni hao Nee how Hello/Hi
Zaijian Zaijian Good Bye!
Ni jiang Yingyu Ma / Putonhua Nee jang Ing You Mah / Poh Tun Hoo Ah Do you speak English / Mandarin?
Wo shi   War she My name is…
Ni neng bangzhu wo ma? Nee neng bang-zoo war mah Can you help me?
Wo zhao… War jow I’m looking for…
Shi / Fou She / Foo Yes / No
Xiexie Sheh-sheh Mr / Mrs / Miss
Jintian / Xianzai Jin-tee-en / See-an-zai Today / Now
Mingtian / Zuotian Ming-tee-en / Doo-oh-tee-en Tomorrow / Yesterday
Zhege / Nage / Zai Zheli / Nali Jeh-geh / Nah-geh / Zai Zeh-lee / Nah-lee This / That / Here / There

 


Phrases

Above are a few common Mandarin phrases to help you get around.

Languages

China houses over fifty ethnic groups and almost three-hundred languages. Within it, the collective languages of Chinese origin are known as Hanyu and they span eight primary branches which sound and are spoken in completely different ways. The main variety of the Chinese language spoken is Mandarin, also known as Standard Chinese, which is spoken by 70% of the population. Other common varieties spoken are Cantonese, Wu, Yue, Min, Xiang, Gan and Hakka.

Besides the native Chinese languages, other state languages include Mongolian, Tibetan, Uyghur and Zhuang. Other common languages include English, which is taught in all schools, as well as Arabic, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese.

Religion

Although the country has been declared Atheist, it guarantees freedom of religion. That said, smaller groups have been persecuted in the past when they haven’t been government approved. Over fifty-six percent of the population follows traditional Chinese Folk Religion and around thirteen percent practice some level of Taoism which branches off from this. Although the largest religion in China is considered to be Buddhism with around 20% of the population following this path, many Abrahamic religions also make a strong presence in the region including Christianity, Islam and Judaism.

Many other religions also make an appearance in the region including Hinduism, Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Shenism, Zhuang Moism, Yi Bimoism, Tibetan Bon, Mongol Shamanism and many others.

Museums, Galleries & Architecture

Art Galleries and Museums in China are vast and spread across the region. These typically exhibit amazing works of Chinese origin and include Ceramics, Carving, Bronzes, Painting and one of the country’s national symbolic works, Calligraphy. The later artwork is majorly inspired by existing Asian cultures but it is important to note that Chinese artwork also pre-dates a lot of ancient civilizations and as such is thought to have inspired these groups in turn.

Famous museums within the country include the Beijing Art Museum which collects & researches into foreign arts and had recently had a millennium monument installed in the form of a sundial-like structure. Located in Pudong, Shangai, China, the China Art Museum was founded in 1956 and rebuilt in 1986 to collect and exhibit modern Chinese art. Finally, China’s most famous museum and structure is the Forbidden City, constructed in the early 15th Century the structure was used for almost five hundred years for royalty and high-ranking officials alone, now however, it is used as a World Heritage Site and Museum and is visited by millions every year.

It’s also important to note China’s involvement with a variety of different practices and technology. The Chinese are accredited in creating the world’s oldest board game, Wei Chi, now known in Go, in the 11th Century BC. Additionally, the country is home to the creations of Ice Cream, thought to have possibly be being developed as long ago as the 10th Century AD. These inventions and creations, along with many more, created more practical purposes for certain forms of architecture and demanded particular requirements.

Chinese architecture is incredibly distinctive and has strong roots in the various beliefs of the country including Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism among others. The style of the buildings incorporates an incredible sense of bilateral symmetry to symbolize balance, an important trait in Buddhism, as well as additional small buildings placed on the sides of the main building to help keep the balanced motif working. However, the gardens in and around Chinese style buildings tends to be incredibly strongly contrasted with a purely asymmetrical design, depicting flow in nature and of the soul. 

Clothing, Dress Style & Etiquette

Today, China is highly westernized and as a result the nationals don’t tend to wear classical clothing unless it is for a celebration and/or annual/seasonal event. However, during these events the close are designed to be incredibly brightly coloured and are especially prominent with shades of red, and to a lesser extent, blue. The clothing style tends to be quite long and flowing as to not restrict movement and create a sense of elegance. Finally, it is common for longer-length style clothes to be embroidered with symbols and imagery, typically of country icons such as dragons, tigers, cranes and flowers of varying types.  

Traditionally, the colours, imagery and styles used varied greatly throughout the years and across the social classes, especially when pertaining to that of royalty or nobles. For example, it was common for the emperor to wear white and yellow robes during the Qing dynasty while during the Qin dynasty, the emperor wore darker colours, typically blacks and reds or dark oranges. However, the symbol of the dragon is always associated strongly with royalty in every scenario.

Literature, Poetry, Music & Dance

Literature in the Chinese region dates back thousands of years, even ancient court records dating back to the year 841 BC have been found. As far as poetry goes, the Shijing (Classic of Poetry) dates back to the 10th Century BC and features over three-hundred poems, songs and hymns. Whilst prose dating back to the 9th Century BC and fiction works such as ‘A New Account of the Tales of the World’ has been dated back as far as the 4th Century AD.

Modern literature has seen authors such as Liu E and Wu Woyao from the 19th Century, as well as 20th Century authors Mu Shiying, Shi Zhecun and Liu Na’ou, have universally recognized works. However, it is important to mention that due to the highly westernized culture that China has, many western books such as the Harry Potter series are incredibly popular, especially among the youth.

Popular contemporary music and dance includes Pop, Rock, Heavy Metal, Hip Hop and Opera but historically a wide variety of instruments and music types have been seen throughout the country. These include stringed instruments such as the Takim (a stringed instrument with a movable bridge and up to fifty strings) and the Erhu (a two-stringed fiddle) were commonplace for clear sounds as well as the Yangqin, a type of Xylophone. For percussion, the Muyu, one of many types of drum, would have been used.


Calendar & Events

The Chinese typically base their events around their own calendar which runs independent of the Gregorian calendar used worldwide. The calendar features events such as Chinese New Year itself which is celebrated with fireworks and a variety of traditions based on native beliefs in the region. On the 15th day of the celebrations the country holds Lantern Festivals in towns throughout the nation which sees a lantern parade and a lion dance as well as a variety of meals including Tangyuan (a type of rice flour in hot water).

Later on in late February to early March, the Zhonghe Festival (Blue Dragon Festival) sees the consumption of Chinese pancakes and noodles as well as a large amount of cleaning throughout the house. Towards the end of March to the beginning of April, Shangsi, Traditional Chinese Women’s Day, is celebrated and in early April, more cleaning takes place as well as offering being placed at ancestral gravesites during Qingming (Tomb Sweeping) Festival.

Towards the end of May to the middle of June, the Duanwu, or Dragon Boat, festival takes place which sees the Dragon boat races occur and dumplings wrapped in lotus leaves are consumed. The Night of Sevens, Qixi, is celebrated towards the middle of August and sees the girls of villages pray to Zhainu for wisdom and offer paper items as offerings at the temples. In the Ghost Festival at the end of August, it is tradition to burn fake paper money and make offerings to ancestors to comfort them in the afterlife and keep them from troubling the living.

Around the middle of September, the Moon Festival takes place and families gather to have a meal together and eat Mooncake. Following this in mid-October, the Chongyang (Double Ninth) Festival sees outings, mountain climbing and visiting the graves of ancestors to pay respects. During the Water Lantern Festival, meanwhile, flower shaped lanterns are sent along the rivers at sundown to help guide spirits home. Then during December, the Dongzhi (Winter Solstice) Festival is celebrated with the consumption of Tangyuan and Jiuniang (yeast soup) as well as a family meal and ancestor worship. Finally, Laba congee is eaten during the Laba Festival in early to mid-January, when it is believed that Buddha gained enlightenment. 

China features a variety of nightlife with the cities of Beijing and Shanghai as hotspots for bars, pubs and clubs. You don’t have to look far in the region to find a buzzing atmosphere, a cold drink and a good night out.

Featuring a club, a cocktail lounge and a restaurant, M1NT in Shanghai features a unique contemporary style complete with a shark tank right by the entryway to the area, the club also features private access for VIPs and a priority access for registered members.

Bar Rouge, also in Shanghai, features a wondrously spectacular view of the riverside skyline as well as a chic modern stylization all around the club, developed to mimic the high life of Shanghai’s deep nightlife scene.

Featuring both a bar and lounge, the Moroccan-styled Babarossa has been situated next to a small lake inside Central Peoples Park and is known to host many of Asia’s top DJs on each of its three floors.

Featuring a brilliant American Metropolis theme and hosting a range of DJs and theme nights including Live Jazz, Swinging and Disco music, The Apartment in Shanghai has been modelled to help American and European expatriates feel at home during their time in China.

Fitted with a vibrant wall-to-wall sea-water fish tank, this Japanese sushi bar and restaurant has been designed to stimulate a relaxed atmosphere, it’s in the name, Aquarium.



Lush Bar in Beijing serves beautifully-mixed cocktails seven days a week and exhibits a variety of events and theme evenings. Since it’s opening in 2003, Lush has been mainly targeted towards students but non-students do commonly make appearances there.

Suzy’s Lounge Bar in Shenzhen has been fitted with a retro design to give off an exclusively unique American 50’s atmosphere, complete with pool tables, TVs and a well-staffed bar from 5pm into the early hours of the night.

An excellent Sports Bar in Shenzhen, the X-TA-SEA Sports Bar & Restaurant has been designed to appeal to a range of Western audiences and is stocked with a variety of European and American beers, ciders, ales, stouts and many others, as well as meals to compliment.

Another European-themed venue, the Abbey Road Café, Bar & Food features outdoor tables with shaded umbrellas and is always fully stocked with a wide array of European alcohol types as well as complimenting meals.

Highly modern yet fantastically stylish, the Zinc Café Bar serves a wide variety of drinks and hosts all sorts of nights exhibiting an even wider variety of music from all over the world. 

Money

China’s currency is called Renminbi, also known as RMB and CNY, with the basic unit being the Yuan. 1 Yuan is equivalent to 10 Jiao or 100 Fen. 1 Yuan is about equal to $0.16 or £0.10.

Bank notes are currently available in 1 Jiao, 2 Jiao, 5 Jiao, 1 Yuan, 2 Yuan, 5 Yuan, 10 Yuan, 50 Yuan and 100 Yuan variants. Coins can be few and far between with coins from different eras not being widely produced any more and usage in differing regions varying. Coin sets produced include; Aluminium 1, 2 and 5 Fen coins from the 1950’s, Brass 1, 2 and 5 Jiao coins as well as Cupronickel 1 Yuan coins from the 1980’s and Aluminium 1 and 5 Jiao coins as well as 1 Yuan coins from the late 90’s to early 2000’s.

Economy

The largest exporter and second largest importer of all goods in the world, China is widely noted as the largest manufacturing economy in the world with a multitude of factories producing goods from clothes to computers. The current leader of China, Xi Jinping, the President of the Communist Party in the region, has declared that by 2021 China aims to be a moderately-rich society and by 2049, the country aims to become a fully developed nation. In the entire world, only three countries, China being one of them, has an economy above $10 Trillion.

Recently the country’s GDP has been valued at $5.87 trillion and as a result is accepted as the world’s second largest economy after the United States. However, it is likely that Chinese economy may surpass the US’s economy as early as 2020.

Banking

Banking in China is very much like banking in the west with a multitude of modern banks and many western banks having branches in the region. Additionally, over 1.2 Million merchants in China accept bank cards and over 170,000 ATMs exist throughout the region, allowing you to easily move without having to carry large amounts of money on your person.

There are three main account types open to Chinese expatriates, these include; Capital Accounts used for day-to-day usage and payroll income, Settlement Accounts also used frequently for day-to-day usage but not requiring an SAFE approval and the Foreign Debt Special Account which allows loans to be received from overseas.

Taxes

China utilizes a range of taxes throughout the country, the most prominent being the income tax which works as follows:

Local Employees set the base rate of tax as 3% of any Taxable Income under CNY 1.5k. This is increased to 10% when earning between 1.5k and 4.5k, 20% at 4.5k to 9k, 25% at 9k to 35k, 30% at 35k to 55k, 35% at 55k to 80k and 45% at 80k+.

However, foreign employees work on an additional tax system based on the local one. First, the system is broken into two sub branches to separate base-level employees from senior executives. Next it is broken down again based on the duration of the individual’s stay.

Regular Foreign Employees are typically only taxed on their income provided that they’ve been in the country for at least 90 days but Senior Executives can be taxed from as early as day one of arrival in China. The amount of tax applied may increase as the stay lengthens and the threshold tends to be increased at the 90 day, 180 day, 1 year and 5 year marks. 


Chinese cuisine dates back as far as its history goes with recipes and a variety of food sources going back well over four thousand years. However, China’s most famous staple food is Rice which has been adapted in a multitude of cultivation methods and used in a wide array of dishes worldwide. Other staple sources in Chinese diets frequently include Noodles, Soybeans, Wheat and a variety of vegetables (Chinese Cabbage, Chinese Broccoli and Chinese Spinach) as well as herbs and seasonings (Scallion, Sesame Oil, Cinnamon and Parsley). Each region has its own variety of dishes too:

Dim Sum has rapidly risen to popularity all over the world and originates from the Guangdong province. The meaning of the name, ‘Touch Your Heart’, is a Cantonese term and seeing how attached people have become to the idea, it’s no wonder. The practice is to prepare a wide variety of very small dishes to allow participants to try as many different things as possible. These dishes often include Rice Rolls, Turnip Cakes, Soups, Buns and Lotus Leaf Rice.

In the Sichuan province, it is common to use bolder flavours in cooking such as those derived from the usage of Chilli Peppers, Garlic, Sesame Paste, Ginger and Sichuan Peppercorn. In the Shandong province, Braised Abalone and Braised Trepang dishes are common and the region also utilizes a range of seafood dishes such as Sweet & Sour Carp.

Fujian values slicing and cooking technique greatly and uses many coastal resources in its provincial cuisine which usually is served in a soup of sorts, these also include a range of woodland ingredients such as Bamboo Shoots and Edible Mushrooms. Meanwhile, the Hunan province contrasts strongly against this with a much greater emphasis on hot and spicy flavour.


Zhe cuisine from the Zhejiang region incorporates the Hangzhou, Shaoxing, Ningbo and Shanghai styles of cooking and as such it may use aspects of each such as bamboo shoots, freshwater fish & poultry, seafood and dim sum, respectively. Dishes from this region are reputed to be extremely fresh and have a soft flavour with a mellow fragrance.

The Jiangsu and Huaiyang provincial cuisine style Su is influenced strongly by the Zhejiang province’s Zhe cuisine style but puts a greater emphasis on seafood and freshwater fish. Dishes may include Clear Crab Shell Meatballs, Jingling Salted Dried Duck and Farewell My Concubine (a stew made from a soft-shell turtle, often including mushrooms, chicken and wine).

The Hui cuisine style from the Huizhou province is similar to the Su cuisine style but errs away from seafood and focuses more on a wider array of local herbs and vegetables, especially bamboo and mushrooms. Other popular food includes Xinjiang Islamic Barbeque, Tibetan Cuisine and Mongolian Hotpot.

In addition to a wide variety of meals and dishes, sweets, desserts and cakes are widespread in the region as well as custards, jellies and the China-originated ice cream. China is also very well known for brewing many types of Chinese tea such as White Tea, Black Tea, Green Tea, Oolong Tea, Scented Tea, Compressed Tea and Medicinal Herbal Tea, China is also additionally the world’s largest exporter of Green Tea. 

VISA Requirements

All entrants into China require ID, a passport with at least six months remaining and a completed Visa Application Form, but depending on the type of VISA you want to acquire, the additional requirements may change significantly. Relevant types of VISA include types D (Residence), L (Tourist) and Z (Employment).
Those intending to reside in China permanently with a Residence VISA (Type D) additionally require both the original and a photocopy of the Confirmation Form for Foreigners Permanent Residence Status issued by the Ministry of Public Security of China.

The Tourist VISA (Type L) allows you to stay between 30 and 90 days in the country and must be renewed after every 30 days. These will typically require photocopies of roundtrip or one-way airline tickets, photocopies of hotel reservations during your stay or a certificate of accommodation in China, an International Insurance Certificate, a Certificate of Employment or Proof of Income, a letter of invitation from family members or spouses living in China (if applicable) and any letters of invitation from friends living in China.

The Employment VISA (Type Z) is issued to those wishing to occupy a working position in China, as well as their accompanying family members. The documents required include a notification of VISA issued by a Chinese authority, a family record of civil status of a photocopy of the family record book, a Medical Certificate and one of several documents including:

  • An Employment License issues by the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the People’s Republic of China
  • Ratification by the representative office of foreign companies in China issued by the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China
  • A Teaching Certificate of representative office of foreign companies in China issued by the National Administration of Industry and Commerce of the People’s Republic of China
  • A Work Permit issued by the Provincial Employment Service. 
Health Care

Health in the country is of generally a high level and the country has one of the very longest histories of medicine in the world. The fertility rate is at 1.8 children per woman with the infant mortality rate at 25.3 per thousand live births. Due to over 100 million people in rural areas not having available medical care, however, the Chinese Government invested twenty-billion Renminbi into the healthcare system as well as building new medical system services within more remote regions of the country.

The main health problems that the country faces today includes a lack of sex education and knowledge of contraception as well as Hepatitis B and HIV spread as a result of this lack of knowledge, alongside an increased rate of abortions in recent years. Out of the 400 million individuals worldwide who have the Hepatitis B Virus, it’s estimated that over a third of these reside in China while with HIV, well over a million people are known to be infected.

Transportation

The main type of transportation in China are the railways which carry over 1 Trillion passenger-kilometres and 3 Trillion tonne-kilometres of freight each year. There are around 20 thousand locomotive vehicles owned by the National Railway System and there are over 90 thousand kilometres of track throughout the country. There are also over seven thousand kilometres of high speed railway lines capable of running trains moving at over three hundred kilometres an hour and a Maglev (Magnetic Levitation) train capable of moving at a top speed of 110 kilometres per hour.

During the 1930’s, China build a multitude of roads stretching all across the continent with around four million kilometres of road lying within the country. In addition to access to public vehicles, these roads will also support a range of Bus Transit options being implemented in China in the near future as well as many also already in place. The public roads also support many Trolleybus systems, Town tramway systems and Electric bicycles.

There are around thirty airlines operating in China which own over 1.5 thousand aeroplanes, it’s estimated that these services transport over 150 million passengers and over 22 million tons of cargo each and every year. Additionally, over 460 airports operate within the region.

China also has well over two thousand ports with a little over a hundred open to foreign ships and owns around 3.5 thousand merchant ships. The country also incorporates a range of rail ferry crossings off of the China coast. Additionally, over 110 thousand kilometres of rivers, streams, canals and lakes allow for over 1.7 trillion tons of freight/kilometre and 6.5 trillion passenger/kilometres to traverse between over five thousand inland ports each year.

Embassies

The Embassies in the People’s Republic of China include:
 
Afghani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Afghanistan in Beijing, China
No. 8 Dong Zhi Men Wai Da Jie
Chao Yang District
00600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-6532-1582
Fax: +86-10-6532-2269
Email: afgemb.beijing@gmail.com
Details: Ambassador: H. E. Sultan Ahmad Baheen
 
 Albanian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Albania in Beijing, China
Guang Hua Lu
28, Beijing China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +8610 65321120
Fax: +8610 65325451
Email: embassy.beijing@mfa.gov.al
 
 Algerian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Algeria in Beijing, China
No. 7, San Li Tun Lu
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 10 6532 1231/ +86 10 6532 1496
Fax: +86 10 6532 1648
Email: -
Details: Ambassador: Mr. Djamel Eddine Grine
 
 Angolan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Angola in Beijing, China
1-8-1, Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building
Beijing 100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86 10) 65 32 69 69 / 65 32 68 39 / 65 32 69 91
Fax: (86 10) 65 32 69 69 / 65 32 69 70 / 65 32 69 92
 
 Angolan Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Angola in Hong Kong, China
UNIT 3 - 29th floor
Office Tower Convention Plaza
1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (00 852) 37 98 38 88
Fax: (00 852) 31 01 06 82 / 3101 08 73
 
 Antiguan & Barbudan Embassy in Kowloon, China
Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda in Kowloon, China
905 Star House
3 Salisbury Road
•           City: Kowloon
Phone: 852 2736 8033
 
 Argentinian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Argentina in Beijing, China
11 Dong Wu Jie
San Li Tun
100600 Beijing
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 10 6532-2142 / 1406 or 6532-2090 / 1852
Fax: (+86) 10 6532-2319
Email: fechin@mrecic.gov.ar,echin@public.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 9 to 17:30
 
 Argentinian Consulate in Shanghai, China
General Consulate of Argentina in Shanghai, China
SUN Plaza Building - 88, Xian Xia Road
West Tower-4th, Floor
Shanghai 200336
People's Republic of China)
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (86-21) 6278- 0300
Fax: (86-21) 6295-8539
Website: http://www.consuargensh.com/
Email: consuargensh@online.sh.cn
 
 Argentinian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
General Consulate of Argentina in Hong Kong, China
1210 Jardine House
1 Connaught Road Central
Hong Kong Special Administraive Region
People's Republic of China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2523 3208
Fax: (852) 2877 0906
Website: http://home.netvigator.com/~consarhk/index.htm
Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 
 Argentinian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Argentina in Hong Kong, China
2018-19 Jardine House 1
Connaught Place
Central, Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2523-3208 / 3251
Fax: (+852) 2877-0906
Email: consarhk@netvigator.com
 
 Armenian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the People's Republic of China
9, Tayuan Nanxiaojie,
Chaoyang District,
100600 Beijing, PRC
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10) 65325677
Fax: (86-10) 65325654
Email: armchinaembassy@mfa.am
Office Hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri - 09:00-18:00
 
 Australian Embassy in Beijing, China
Australian Embassy in Beijing, China
21 Dongzhimenwai Dajie
Beijing 100600
People's Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (010) 5140 4111
Fax: (010) 5140 4230
Website: http://www.china.embassy.gov.au/
Email: pubaff.beijing@dfat.gov.au
Office Hours: The Embassy will be open from 8:30 am to 4:51 pm Monday to Friday except for public holidays. Consulate business hours are 8:30 am to 4:51 pm Monday to Friday.
 
 Australian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong, China
23/F Harbour Centre
25 Harbour Road, Wanchai
Hong Kong SAR
China (People's Republic of)
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2827 8881
Fax: (852) 2585 4457
Website: http://www.hongkong.china.embassy.gov.au/
Email: acghkadm@biznetvigator.com
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm (open during lunch hours)
 
 Australian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Australian Consulate-General in Shanghai, China
Level 22, CITIC Square
1168 Nanjing Xi Lu
Shanghai 200041, China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (021) 2215 5200
Fax: (021) 2215 5252
Website: http://www.shanghai.china.embassy.gov.au/
Email: consular.shanghai@dfat.gov.au
Office Hours: Consulate business hours are 8:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday
 
 Australian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Australian Consulate-General in Guangzhou, China
12/F, Development Centre,
No. 3 Linjiang Road,
Zhujiang New City
Guangzhou,510623 Guangdong
People's Republic of China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 20 38140111 (non-visa enquiries) / +86 20 38140250 (visa enquiries)
Fax: +86 20 38140112 (non-visa enquiries) / +86 20 3814
Website: http://www.guangzhou.china.embassy.gov.au
Email: guangzhou.consular@dfat.gov.au
Office Hours: 8:30 am - 17:00 pm except weekends and holidays
 
 Austrian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Austria in Beijing, China
Jian Guo Men Wai
Xiu Shui Nan Jie 5
100600 Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 653 22 061
(+86) (10) 653 22 062
Fax: (+86) (10) 653 21 505
Website: http://www.aussenministerium.at/peking
Email: peking-ob@bmeia.gv.at
 
 Austrian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Austria in Shanghai, China
Qi Hua Tower 3A
1375 Huai Hai Zhong Lu
200031, Shanghai
Republic of China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86) (21) 647 40 268
(+86) (21) 647 40 278
Fax: (+86) (21) 647 11 554
Website: http://www.aussenministerium.at/shanghaigk
Email: shanghai-gk@bmeia.gv.at
Office Hours: Mo - Fr - 09.30-12.00
 
 Austrian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Austria in Hong Kong, China
Room 2201 Chinachem Tower
34-37 Connaught Road
Central Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2522 80 86
(+852) 2522 80 87
(+852) 2522 80 88
(+852) 2522 80 89
Fax: (+852) 2521 87 73
Website: http://www.aussenministerium.at/hongkong
Email: hongkong-gk@bmeia.gv.at
Office Hours: Mo - Fr: 09.00-12.00
 
 Austrian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Austrian Consulate General in Guangzhou, China
208 Tianhe Road, Tianhe District
Tianhe District
Guangzhou 510620
China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 20 8516 0047
Fax: +86 20 8516 0601
Website: http://www.advantageaustria.org/cn
Email: guangzhou@advantageaustria.org
Details: Visa Austrian Visa Application Centre: http://www.austriavisa-china.com +86 20 3862 8623
 
 Azerbaijani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the People's Republic of China
Qijiayuan Diplomatic Compound
Villa No. B-3
Beijing, 100600, P.R.China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86 10) 6532-4614; 6532-4698
Fax: (+86 10) 6532-4615
Website: http://www.azerbembassy.org.cn
Email: mailbox@azerbembassy.org.cn
 
 Bahamian Embassy in Beijing, China
Bahamian Embassy in Beijing, China
Tayuan Diplomatic Office Building (4th Floor)
14 Liangmahe Nan Lu, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 10-6532-2922
Fax: (+86) 10-6532-2304
Website: http://www.bahamasembassy.cn
Email: sheliacarey@bahamas.gov.bs
 
 Bahamian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of the Bahamas in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Room 1906, 19/F Hutchinson House
10 Harcourt Road
Central
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2619-6421
Fax: (+852) 2614-5228
 
 Bahraini Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Bahraini Consulate in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
22/F, Chevalier Commercial Centre
8 Wang Hoi Road
Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 3171 1199
Fax: (+852) 2368 2399
Website: http://www.bahrainconsulate.org.hk
Email: info@bahrainconsulate.org.hk
Office Hours: 09.00-12.30 and 14.00-16.00
 
 Bahraini Embassy in Beijing, China
Bahraini Embassy in Beijing, China
10-06, Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Residence Compound
No. 22, Dong Fang Dong Lu
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 10 6532 6483 / 5
Fax: (+86) 10 6532 6393
Email: beijing.mission@mofa.gov.bh
Office Hours: 09.00-16.00
 
 Bangladeshi Consulate in Wanchai, Hong Kong, China
Bangladeshi Consulate General in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Room 4007, China Resources Building
26 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong
•           City: Wanchai, Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2827 4278 / 9
Fax: (+852) 2827 1916
Email: bangladt@netvigator.com
Office Hours: 0900 to 1300 hrs and 1400 to 1700 hrs (Monday to Thursday) 0900 to 1230 hrs and 1400 to 1700 hrs (Friday)
 
 Bangladeshi Embassy in Beijing, China
Bangladeshi Embassy in Beijing, China
42 Guang Hua Lu
Chao Yang District
Beijing-100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 10 6532 2521 / (+86) 10 6532 3706
Fax: (+86) 10 6532 4346
Website: http://www.bangladeshembassy.com.cn
Email: bdoot_beijing@yahoo.com / bdemb@public3.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 0830 to 1300 hrs. and 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Monday to Thursday) 0830 to 1230 hrs. and 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Friday)
 
 Barbadian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Barbados in Hong Kong, China
9 floor, Cheung Kong Center
2 Queen's Road Central
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2128 8888
Fax: (+852) 2845 2940
Email: md@ckh.com.hk
Office Hours: 09.00-17.00
 
 Belarusian Embassy in Shanghai, China
Embassy of the Republic of Belarus Republic of China
1702F, 2299 Yan'an Rd (W),
Shanghai, China 200 336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: + (86 10) 65 32 16 91
Fax: + (86 10) 65 32 64 17
Website: http://www.china.belembassy.org/
Email: china@belembassy.org
Office Hours: 8:30 - 12:30, 15:00 - 19:15, Monday - Thursday 8:30   12:30, 15:00   18:00, 8:30 - 12:30, 15:00 - 18:00, Friday
 
 Belgian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Belgium in Shanghai, China
Wu Yi Road 127
200050, Shanghai
China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-(0)21-6437.6579
+86-(0)21-6437.6772
+86-(0)21-6437.6628
Fax: +86-(0)21-6437.7041
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/shanghai
Email: Shanghai@diplobel.fed.be
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 09.00 to 12.30 AM and 14.00 to 16.30 PM
 
 Belgian Consulate in Hongkong, China
Consulate General of Belgium in Hong Kong
9/F St. John's Building
33 Garden Road
Central - Hong Kong
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: +852 2524 3111
Fax: +852 2868 5997
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/hongkong
Email: HongKong@diplobel.fed.be
 
 Belgian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate-general of Belgium in Guangzhou, China
Room 1601-02A, Citic Plaza
233 Tianhe Bei Lu
510613 Guangzhou (China)
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 (0)20 3877.2351
+86 (0)20 3877.2356
Fax: +86 (0)20 3877.2353
Email: guangzhou@diplobel.fed.be
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: from 8.30AM tot 12.30PM & from 2.00PM to 5.00PM
 
 Belgian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Belgium in Beijing, China
6, San Li Tun Lu
Beijing 100600
PR China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086 10 6532 1736
0086 10 6532 5848
0086 10 6532 1737
Fax: 0086 10 6532 5097
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/beijing/
Email: beijing@diplobel.fed.be
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 09.00 am - 12.30 am
02.00 pm - 5.30 pm
 
 Beninese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Benin in Beijing, China
38, Guang Hua Lu
Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 2741 / 2302
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 5103
Office Hours: 09.00 - 13.00 (Monday - Friday) 15.00 - 18.00
 
 Beninese Consulate in Queensway Central, China
Consulate of Benin in Hong Kong, China
10/F, United Centre
Unit A & B
•           City: Queensway Central
Phone: (852) 2823 5888
 
 Bhutanese Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consul of Bhutan in Hong Kong & Macao
New World Development Co. Ltd.
32/F, New World Tower
16-18, Queen s Road. C.
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 28443117, 2844-3111
Fax: (852) 25247652
Email: joycecheung@nwd.com.hk
 
 Bolivian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Bolivia in Biejing, China
2-3-2 TaYuan Office Building
100600
ROC
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86)(10) 6532 4370 6532 3074
Fax: (86)(10) 6532 6657 6532 4686
Email: embolch@public3.bta.net.cn
 
 Bosnian Embassy in Bejing, China
Embassy of Bosnia- Herzegovina in China
1-5-1 Ta Yuan, Diplomatic Office Building
100600 Bejing, China
•           City: Bejing
Phone: + (86 10) 6532 6587
+ (86 10) 6532 0185
Fax: + (86 10) 6532 6418
Email: ambbhdip@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Botswana Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Republic of Botswana in Beijing, China
Chancery:Unit 811,IBM Tower Pacific Century Place
# 2A Gong Ti Beilu
Beijing P.R.China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-65391616
Fax: 0086-10-65391199
Website: http://www.embbiz.net/com/botswana/gi.html
Email: info@botswanaembassy.com
 
 Brazilian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Brazil in Beijing, China
27, Guanghua Lu - Chaoyang District
Beijing
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: + (8610) 6532 2881
Fax: + (8610) 6532 2751
Website: http://pequim.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/
Email: brasemb.pequim@itamaraty.gov.br consular.pequim@itamaraty.gov.br
 
 Brazilian Consulate in Wanchai, China
Consulate General of Brazil in Wanchai, China
Rooms 2014-2021
Sun Hung Kai Centre
30, Harbour Road
•           City: Wanchai
Phone: (852) 2525-7002
Fax: (852) 2877-2813
Website: http://www.brazilianconsulate.org.hk/
Email: Consulate@Brazil.org.hk
Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00p.m
 
 Bruneian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Brunei Darussalam in China
No. 1, Liangmaqiao Beijie
Chaoyang District, 1000600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (008610) 6532 9773 / 65329776
Fax: (8610) 6532 4097
Email: beijing.china@mfa.gov.bn
Office Hours: 0900 to 1200 hrs 1300 to 1700 hrs Monday to Friday
 
 Bruneian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Bruneian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Office 05 - 07, 24th Floor
Tower Two, Lippo Centre
89, Queensway
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2522 3790 / 2522 3794 & 2522 3795
Fax: (852) 2522 3715
Email: hongkong.china@mfa.gov.bn
Office Hours: 09.00 - 12.30 hr 13.30 - 17.00 hrs Monday - Friday
 
 Bulgarian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Bulgaria in Beijing, China
4 Xiushui Bei Jie
Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532-1946
(+86) (10) 6532-1916
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532-4502
Email: bulemb@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Bulgarian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of the Republic of Bulgaria, Shanghai, China
7K, Hongqiao Business Center
No.2272 Hongqiao Road
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 0086-21-6237 6183
0086-21-6237 6187
Fax: 0086-21-6237 6189
Email: bulconshan@yahoo.com
 
 Burkinabe Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Burkina Faso in China
9 Salitun Dongliujie
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86 (10) 6532 2250 and/or 86 (10) 6532 2492
 
 Burundian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Burundi in Beijing, China
25, Guang Hua Lu
Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing, 100600 China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 1801 / 2328
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 2381
 
 Cambodian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Cambodia in Beijing, China
No 9, Dong Zhi Men Wai Dajie,
100600 Beijing P.R. China,
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (8610) 653 21889
Fax: (8610) 653 23507
Email: camemb.chn@mfa.gov.kh
 
 Cambodian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Room 811, The Garden Hotel,
Huan Shi, Rd. 510064 E.Guangzhou P.R.China,
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: (8620) 838 79005
Fax: (8620) 838 79006
Email: camcg.gqz@mfa.gov.kh
 
 Cambodian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Unit 616, 6F, Star House,
No 3 Salisbury Road,
Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon,
Hong Kong, P.R.China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2546 0718
Fax: (852) 2803 0570
Email: camcg.hk@mfa.gov.kh
 
 Cambodian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consul General of Cambodia in Shanghai, China
Huasheng Commercial Building 9th Floor,
Hankou Road 400 Shanghai, P.R.China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (8621) 636 16681, 636 00949
Fax: (8621) 636 11437
Email: camcg.sh@mfa.gov.k
 
 Cambodian Consulate in Chongqing, China
Cambodian Consulate in Chongqing, China
#1902, Building A, No 9, Yang He Road,
Jiang Bei District, Chongqing, P.R China
•           City: Chongqing
Phone: (0086... , 89116416, 89116417
Fax: (0086) 23 89111369
Email: camcg.cqg@mfa.gov.kh
 
 Cambodian Consulate in Kunming, China
Cambodian Consulate in Kunming, China
4th Floor, Kunming Guangfang Hotel,
No 172, Xinying Road,
650021 Kunming Yunnan Province, P.R China
•           City: Kunming
Phone: (0871) 331 7320
Fax: (0871) 331 6220
Email: camcg.kmg@mfa.gov.kh
 
 Cambodian Consulate in Nanning, China
Cambodian Consulate in Nanning, China
No 85, Minzu Ave, 2nd Floor,
Nanseng Tower, Nanning City,
Guangzi China, C 530022,
P.R. China
•           City: Nanning
Email: camcg.nng@mfa.gov.kh
 
 Cameroonian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Cameroon in Beijing, China
7, Dong Wu Jie
San Li Tun
Beijing, 100600, P.R.China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 1771
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 1761
 
 Cameroonian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of the Republic of Cameroon in Hong Kong
Suite 503, 5 Floor,
Cosmos Building 8-11
Lan Kwai Fong Central Hong Kong Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2525 2005
Fax: (+852) 2810 6223
Email: camerooncchk@gmx.net
 
 Canadian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Canada in Beijing, China
19 Dongzhimenwai Dajie
Chao Yang District
Beijing 100600 PRC
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86(10) 5139-4000
Fax: +86(10) 5139-4449
Website: http://geo.international.gc.ca/asia/china/locations/beijing/default-en.a
Email: beijing-immigration@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 08:15 - 11:30 (for all enquiries)
Monday to Thursday 14:30 - 15:30 (for document pick-up)
 
 Canadian Consulate in Chongqing, China
The Consulate of Canada in Chongqing, China
Suite 1705, Metropolitan Tower
Wu Yi Road, Yu Zhong District
Chongqing, 400010
People's Republic of China
•           City: Chongqing
Phone: (86-23) 6373-8007
Fax: (86-23) 6373-8026
Website: http://www.chongqing.gc.ca
Email: chong@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 15:00
 
 Canadian Consulate in Shanghai, China
The Consulate General of Canada in Shanghai, China
604, West Tower
1376 Nanjing Road (West)
Shanghai, 200040, China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86-21) 6279-8400
Fax: (+86-21) 6279-8401
Website: http://www.shanghai.gc.ca
Email: shngi@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 08:30 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 17:00
 
 Canadian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
The Consulate General of Canada in Guangzhou, China
Suite 801, China Hotel Office Tower,
122 Liu Hua Lu,
Guangzhou 510015 People's Republic of China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: 86 (20) 8666-0569
Fax: 86 (20) 8667 2401
Website: http://www.guangzhou.gc.ca
Email: GANZUG@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 13:00
 
 Canadian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong, China
11th-14th Floors, Tower One, Exchange Square, 8
Connaught Place, Central
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (011 852) 3719 4700
Fax: (011 852) 2847 7561
Website: http://www.hongkong.gc.ca
Email: hkong-cs@international.gc.ca
 
 Central African Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Central African Republic in Beijing, China
1-1-132, Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building
1 Xin Dong Lu
Chaoyang District
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 7353
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 7354
Email: centra_chine@yahoo.fr
 
 Central African Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Central African Republic in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Fax: (+852) 2151 4298
 
 Chadian Embassy in Beijing, China
Chadian Embassy in China
21 Guanghua Lu
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86 (10) 6532 1296 and/or 86 (10) 6532 4830
Fax: 86 (10) 532 3638
 
 Chilean Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Chile in Hong Kong, China
Unit 1712, Shun Tak Centre, West Tower
168-200 Connaught Road, Central
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 282 71 826
(852) 282 71 748
Fax: (852) 2827 2060
Email: cgchile@netvigator.com
Office Hours: 9:00A.M - 12:45P.M
 
 Chilean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Chile in Beijing, China
Dong Si Jie Nro 1, Sanlitun
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86(10) 6532 1591
86(10) 6532 1522
86(10) 6532 1287
Fax: 86(10) 6532 3170
Email: embachile@echilecn.com
 
 Chilean Consulate in Shanghai, China
General Consulate of Chile in Shanghai, China
Room 1712, Offi.Tower
Shanghaimart Bldg., 2299 Yanan Rd, Shanghai 200036
China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 86(21) 623 60770
Fax: 86(21) 62361318
Email: inbox@chileanconsulatesh.com
 
 Colombian Consulate in Beijing, China
Consulate of Colombia in Beijing, China
Guand Hua Lu 34
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86 - 10 - 5323166
Fax: 86 - 10 - 5321969
Email: embajada.beijing@sprintcol.sprint.com
 
 Colombian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Colombia in Beijing, China
Guang Hua Lu 34
Beijing 100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 8610 65323377
8610 65323367
Fax: 8610 65321969
Email: ebeijing@minrelext.gov.co
 
 Congolese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Congo in China
No.6, Dong Wu Jie
San Li Tun, Chaoyang District
Beijing, 10060
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-65323224
Fax: +86-10-65321360
 
 Costa Rican Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Costa Rica in Beijing, China
Jianguomenwai Waijiao Gongyu Yu 1-5-41 COP
Beijing 100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (008610) 65324157
Fax: (008610) 65324546
Email: embajadacrchina@gmail.com
Office Hours: 9:00 to 17:00 hours (Beijing time)
Details: Tourist Visa Requirements Not all persons wishing to travel to Costa Rica need a visa, this will depend on your nationality, purpose of the visit, country of residence and length of your stay.
If you need to enter the country several times per year and your nationality requires a visa, you can apply for a Multiple Visa.
Visa requirements or exemptions are based on existing agreements or international treaties.
The visa does not guarantee the entry to Costa Rica. This depends on the immigration officer upon arrival.
 
 Croatian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of the Republic of Croatia in Hong Kong, China
64th Floor, Hopewell Centre
183 Qeenn Rd. East Wanchai
Hong Kong
P.R. of China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 0085 2 2528 4975
Fax: 0085 2 2861 2068
0085 2 2865 6276
Email: HeidiYeung@hhlmail.com
 
 Croatian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Beijing, China
San Li Tun Diplomatic
Office Building 2-7-2
100600 Beijing
P.R. of CHINA
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 00861 06 532 6241
Fax: 00861 06 532 6257
Website: http://cn.mvp.hr
Email: croemb.beijing@mvpei.hr
Details: Covers Mongolia and DPR of Korea
 
 Cuban Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Cuba in Beijing, China
No. 1 Xui Shui Nan Jie
100600 Beijing
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10) 6532 1714
Fax: (86-10) 6532 2870
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/china
Email: embajada@embacuba.cn
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am. to 11:30 pm Closed on holidays in Cuba and holidays to China
Details: Ambassador: Alberto Jesús Blanco Silva
 
 Cuban Consulate in Shanghai, China
Cuban Consulate in Shanghai, China
55 Loushanguan, Rd.
New Town Mansion
Shanghai 200336
China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (86-21) 6275 3078
Fax: (86-21) 6275 3147
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/china
Email: cgeneralsg@embacuba.cn
Details: Consul General: Ariel Lorenzo Rodriguez
 
 Cuban Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consulate of Cuba in Hong Kong, China
1112 Jardine House
Central, Hong Kong
China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2525 6320
Fax: (852) 2810 1804
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/china
Details: Honorary Consul: David Tang
 
 Cypriot Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in Beijing, China
China 2-13-2, Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Bldg.
no. 14 Liang Ma He Nan Lu
Chaoyang District, Beijing 100600
People s Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: + 86 10 65325057, 65325059, 65327057, 65327056
Fax: + 86 10 65324244
Email: beijingembassy@mfa.gov.cy,cyembpek@public3.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 09:00   17:00 (Mon.   Fr.)
 
 Cypriot Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China
11/F, 22 Kai Cheung Road,
Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (00852) 27981565, (00852) 62981985 (Mob.)
Fax: (00852) 21119470
Email: md@kader.com.hk
 
 Czech Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Beijing, China
2 Ri Tan Lu
Jian Guo Men Wai
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 008610/85329500
(008610)/85329502
008610/85329510
Fax: 0086/10/65325653
0086/10/65320201
0086/10/85
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/beijing
Email: beijing@embassy.mzv.cz
Office Hours: 8:00 - 16:30, visits on appointment
 
 Czech Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Hong Kong, China
Suites 1204-5 Great Eagle Centre
23 Harbour Road, Wanchai
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 852/2802 2212
Fax: 852/2802 2911
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/hongkong
Email: hongkong@embassy.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 09.00 am to 05.00 pm
 
 Czech Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Shanghai, China
808 New Town Cente
83 Loushan Guan Road83 Loushan Guan Road
Shanghai 200336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 008621/62369925
008621/62369926
Fax: 008621/62369920
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/shanghai
Email: shanghai@embassy.mzv.cz
 
 Czech Consulate in Wanchai, China
Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Wanchai, China
1204-5 Great Eagle Centre
23 Harbour Road, Wancha
•           City: Wanchai
Phone: 00852/28022212
Fax: 00852/28022911
Email: hongkong@embassy.mzv.cz
 
 Danish Embassy in Beijing, China
Royal Danish Embassy in China
San Li Tun
Dong Wu Jie 1
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 10 8532 9900
Fax: +86 10 8532 9999
Website: http://www.ambbeijing.um.dk/en
Email: bjsamb@um.dk
Office Hours: Office hours: Mon-Fri: 9:00 - 17:00 Visa: Office hours in the visa section: Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Applications are only received by prior appointment requested via bjsambvisa@um.dk
 
 Danish Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Royal Danish Consulate General in China
China Hotel Office Tower, Suite 1578
Liu Hua Lu
510 015
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 (20) 8666 0795
Fax: +86 (20) 8667 0315
Website: http://www.gkguangzhou.um.dk/en
Email: cangkl@um.dk
Office Hours: Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 10:00 - 15:00 (Fri: 10:00-14:00) Visa: Mon-Thu: 10:00 - 12:00
 
 Danish Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Royal Danish Consulate General in China
Suite 2402 B, Great Eagle Centre
23 Harbour Road
Wanchai
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +86 2827 8101
Fax: +86 2827 4555
Website: http://www.gkhongkong.um.dk/en
Email: hkggkl@um.dk
Office Hours: Office Hours: 10:00 - 16:00 Monday to Thursday 10:00 - 14:00 Friday Visa Section: 10:00 - 12:00 Monday to Friday Helpdesk for Danes after business hours: +852 31709166
 
 Danish Consulate in Shanghai, China
Royal Danish Consulate General in China
Room 701
Shanghai International Trade Centre
No. 2201, Yan'an Xi Lu
200336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 (21) 6209 0500
Fax: +86 (21) 6209 0504
Website: http://www.gkshanghai.um.dk/da
Email: shagkl@um.dk
Details: For visa application: Denmark Visa Application Center 9¦~Á3÷-Ã 21st floor, Plaza 336, 336 Xizang Zhonglu, Shanghai 200040 w Ï-ï336÷Ní:21| Telephone helpline: +86 (21) 3330 3005
 
 Djibouti Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of the Republic of Djibouti in Hong Kong, China
20/F, Sumbeam Commercial Building
469-471 Nathan Road
Jordon, Kowloon
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 27717622
 
 Timorese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of East Timor in China
No. 156 Gold Island Diplomatic Compound
No.1, Xibahe Nanlu Beijing 100028, People s Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 6440 3072 / 8610 6440 3079
Fax: +86 64403071
Website: http://www.mne.gov.tl/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18&Itemid=43#bangkok
Email: mnedili@gmail.com
 
 Ecuadorian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Ecuador in China
2-62 San Li Tun Office Building
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (0086-10) 6532 3849; 6532 0489; 6532 3158
Fax: (0086-10) 6532 4371
Email: embecuch@public3.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 9am - 5pm
 
 Ecuadorian Consulate in Beijing, China
Consulate of Ecuador in Beijing, China
2-62 San Li Tun Diplomatic Compound
Chaoyang District-Beijing.
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 8610 65323849; 65323158
Fax: 8610 65329209
Email: consulec@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Ecuadorian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Ecuadorian Consulate in Shanghai, China
317 Xianxia Lu, Torre B, Piso 17, Oficina 1701
Shanghai 200051
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86 21) 62350532 62350536
Fax: (+86 21) 62350539
Email: ecuadortradesha@mmrree.gov.ec
 
 Ecuadorian Consulate in Canton, China
Ecuadorian Consulate in Canton, China
No.10 Huaxia Lu, Office 908, R&F Building, Zhujiang New City
Guanghzou, 510623
•           City: Canton
Phone: (+86 20) 38927650
Fax: (+86 20) 38927550
Email: cecucanton@mmrree.gov.ec
 
 Egyptian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Egypt in China
No. 2, Ri Tan Dong Lu
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (8610) 6532 1825
Fax: (8610) 6532 5365
Email: eg_emb_bj@yahoo.com
 
 Egyptian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Egypt in China
suite 2201 ,SINO PLAZA, 255-257 GLOUCESTER Road, CAUSEWAY BAY, HONG KONG
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 28270668 - 28270952
Fax: (+852) 28272100
Email: consulate.hongkong@mfa.gov.eg
 
 Egyptian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Egypt in China
1375 HUAI ZHONG ROAD, QIHUA BUILDING - 19th Floor, A&B
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (008621) 64331020 - 64330622 - 64330502
Fax: (008621) 64330049
Email: egyconsh@sh163.net
 
 Equatorial Guinean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in China
No.2 Dong Si Jie
San Li tun
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (0086-10)65323679
Fax: 65320438
Email: emguies@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 08.30hrs -17.00hrs
 
 Eritrean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the State of Eritrea in China
Ta Yuan Office Bldg 2-10-1
No. 14, South Liang Mahe Rd
Chao Yang District
PRC 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-6532-6534 or 5
Fax: +86-10-6532-6532
 
 Estonian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Estonia in China
Beijing Lufthansa Center
Office Building: C-617 / C-618
No. 50, Liangmaqiao Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100125 , P.R. China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (8610) 64 63 79 13
Fax: (8610) 64 63 79 08
Website: http://www.beijing.mfa.ee/
Email: embassy.beijing@mfa.ee, consular.beijing@mfa.ee
Office Hours: The Embassy is open working days 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
 
 Estonian Consulate in Chaiwan, China
Honorary Consul in Hong Kong
4/F Eltee Building
3 Ning Foo Street
Chaiwan, Hongkong
•           City: Chaiwan
Phone: (852) 2898 7337
Fax: (852) 2897 0254
Email: jefflam@fowind.com.hk
Details: Operating region: Hong Kong special administrative region
 
 Estonian Consulate in Macau, China
Honorary Consul in Macau, China
918 Avenida da Amizade
12/F World Trade Centre, Macau
P.O. Box 432, Macau, Asia
•           City: Macau
Phone: (853) 2833 22 66
Fax: (853) 2872 77 68
Email: liustech@macau.ctm.net
Details: Operating region: Macau special administrative region
 
 Ethiopian Embassy in Beijing, China
The Embassy of Ethiopia in China
No. 3, Xiu Shui Nan Jie
Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (008610)-6532-5258, 6532-5318
Fax: (008610) 65-32-55-91, 65327904
Website: http://www.ethiopiaemb.org.cn/index.pl
Email: ethiopia_consulate@yahoo.com.hk
Details: (Accredited to Singapore, Australia ,Malaysia & D.P.R.Korea)
 
 Ethiopian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Ethiopia in Hong Kong, China
UN123-24F Block B Focal Industrial
Center 21 Man Lok Street
Hung Hom Kowloon
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2363 0200; +852 2363 0222
Fax: +852-23630222
Email: ethiopia_consulate@yahoo.com.hk
 
 Fijian Embassy in Beijing, China
Fiji Embassy in China
1-15-2 Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building
Chaoyang District
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86 (10) 6532 7305, (8610) 6532 7313 or (8610) 6532 7303
Fax: (8610) 6532 7253 or 86 (10) 6532 7306
Website: http://www.fijiembassy.org.cn
Email: info@fijiembassy.org.cn
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9.00 - 5.00 pm
Details: Fiji Embassy (China) Ambasssador Extraordinary& Plenipotentiary H.E. Mr Jeremaia Mocevakaca Waqanisau
 
 Fijian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consul of Fiji in Hong Kong, China
Room 1401-1402
Parkes Commercial Centre
2-8 Parkes Street
Jordon, Kowloon
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 23751618
 
 Finnish Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Finland in China
Beijing Kerry Centre
Level 26, South Tower
Guanghua Lu 1, 100020
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-8519 8300
Fax: +86 10 8519 8301
Website: http://www.finland.cn
Email: sanomat.pek@formin.fi
Office Hours: Office hours: Chancery: mon-fri 8.30 - 12.00, 13.00 - 16.45 Visa section: mon-fri 9.00 - 11.30
 
 Finnish Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Finland in Guangzhou, China
3309B-12 Citic Plaza
233 Tianhe Bei Road
510613
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 20 3877 0188
Fax: +86 20 3877 0288
Website: http://www.finland.cn
Email: sanomat.kan@formin.fi
 
 Finnish Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Finland in Hong Kong, China
Suites 2405-2408, 24th Floor
Dah Sing Financial Centre
108 Gloucester Road
Wanchai
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2525 5385
Fax: +852-2810 1232
Website: http://www.finland.org.hk/
Email: sanomat.hng@formin.fi
Office Hours: Customer service: office Mon-To 9 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 17:30 Fri 9 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 16:15 visa section: 10.00 - 12.00
Details: Emergency number: +358 9 1605 5551(on Weekends and Holidays)
 
 Finnish Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Finland in Shanghai, China
CITIC Square 2501-2505, 25 th floor
1168 Nanjing Xi Lu
200041
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 21 5292 9900
Fax: +86 21 5292 9880
Website: http://www.finland.cn
Email: sanomat.sng@formin.fi
Details: Service hours: Chancery: Mon - Fri 9.00-11.30, or by appointment Telephone service: Mon - Fri 9.00-12.00, 13.00-16.30 Visa section: Mon - Fri 9:30-11:30
 
 French Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of France in Beijing, China
3, San Li Tun Dong San Jie
Chaoyang district - 100600 Beijing
•           City: Beijing
Phone: [86] (10) 85 32 80 80
Fax: [86] (10) 853 280 09
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
Email: presse@ambafrance-cn.org
 
 French Consulate in Beijing, China
Honorary Consulate of France in Beijing, China
3, San Li Tun Dong San Jie
Chaoyang district - 100600 Beijing
•           City: Beijing
Phone: [86] (10) 85 32 81 81
Fax: [86] (10) 85 32 81 09
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
Email: consulat@ambafrance-cn.org
 
 French Consulate in Canton, China
Consulate General of France in Canton, China
Guangdong International Hotel (GITIC)
Main Tower - 8th floor - Room 803
339 Huan Shi Dong Lu
Guangzhou (Canton) 510098
•           City: Canton
Phone: [86] (20) 28 29 20 00
Fax: [86] (20) 28 29 20 01
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
Email: info@consulfrance-canton.org
 
 French Consulate in Chengdu, China
Consulate General of France in Chengdu, China
Times Plaza - 30eme etage
2 Zongfu Road - 610016 Chengdu
•           City: Chengdu
Phone: [86 ] (28) 66 66 60 60
Fax: [86 ] (28) 66 66 61 03
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
Email: chancellerie@consulfrance_chengdu.org
 
 French Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of France in Hong Kong, China
Admiralty Centre - Tower II
25/F and 26/F - 18
Harcourt Road - GPO Box 13
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: [852] 37 52 99 00
Fax: [852] 37 52 99 01
Website: http://www.consulfrance-hongkong.org/
 
 French Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of France in Shanghai, China
Hai Tong Securities Building 2F
689 Guangdong Lu - 20 0001 Shanghai
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: [86] (21) 61 03 22 00
Fax: [86] (21) 61 35 20 89
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
Email: info.shanghai@diplomatie.gouv.fr
 
 French Consulate in Shenyang, China
Consulate General of France in Shenyang, China
34 Nan Shi Shan Wei Lu - Heping district
Shenyang 110003 - Liaoning
•           City: Shenyang
Phone: [86] (0)24 23 19 00 00
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
 
 French Consulate in Wuhan, China
Consulate General of France in Wuhan, China
New World Trade Tower - Room 1702
568 Jianshe dadao, Hankou
430022 Wuhan
•           City: Wuhan
Phone: [86] (27) 65 79 79 00
Fax: [86] (27) 85 77 84 26
Website: http://www.ambafrance-cn.org/
 
 Georgian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Georgia in Beijing, China
Kings Garden Villa 17, Block D, Xiao Yun Road 18,
Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100016, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +(86 10)64-68-12-03
Fax: +(86 10)64-68-12-02
Website: http://www.china.mfa.gov.ge
Email: geobeijing@gmail.com; consulatebeijing@gmail.com
Office Hours: 09.00-18.00
 
 German Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consular Office of Germany in Guangzhou, China
19th floor, Guangdong International Hotel, 339 Huanshi Dong Road, Guangzhou
510098
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: (0086 20) 83 30 65 33
Fax: (0086 20) 83 31 70 33
Website: http://www.kanton.diplo.de
Email: info@kanton.diplo.de
 
 German Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Germany in Shanghai, China
181, Yongfu Road, Shanghai 20 00 31.
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (0086 21) 34 01 01 06
Fax: (0086 21) 64 71 44 48
Website: http://www.shanghai.diplo.de
Email: info@gk-shanghai.org.cn
 
 German Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Germany in Beijing, China
17, Dong Zhi Men Wai Da Jie
Chaoyang District
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (0086 10) 85 32 90 00
Fax: (0086 10) 65 32 53 36
Website: http://www.peking.diplo.de
Email: embassy@peki.diplo.de
 
 Ghanaian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Guyana in Beijing, China
8, San Li Tun Lu
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 1319 / 1544
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 3602
 
 Ghanaian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Ghana in China
No. Xiu Shui DongJie Jaing Guo Men Wai Beijing. People's Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 861-532-1601 / 861-532-2066
Fax: 861-532-5741
 
 Greek Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Greece in Beijing, China
Add. 17/Floor, The PLACE TOWER,
The Place, No.9 Guang Hua Lu
Chao Yang District
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86(0)10 65872838
Fax: +86(0)10 65872839
Website: http://www.grpressbeijing.com
Email: gremb.pek@mfa.gr
Office Hours: ---
Details: ---
 
 Greek Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Greeece in Guangzhou
Room 2105, Skyfame Tower, No.8 Linezhong Road,
Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, P.R.China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: (008620) 85501114, 85501124
Fax: (008620)85501450
Email: grgencgrgencon.guan@mfa.gr
 
 Greek Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Greece in Hong Kong
Room 1208, 12th Floor, Harcourt House
39 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (00852) 27741682
Fax: (00852)27059796
Website: http://www.mfa.gr/hongkong
Email: grgencon.cg@mfa.gr
 
 Greek Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Greece in Shanghai
The Center, Suite 3501, No 989 Changle Road, Shanghai, 200031
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (008621) 54670505
Fax: (008621)54670202
Email: grgencon.sha@mfa.gr , greekconsulate@126.com
 
 Greenlandic Embassy in Beijing, China
Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing, China
1 Dong Wu Jie, San Li Tun
Beijing 100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 10 8532 9900
Fax: +86 10 8532 9999
Website: http://www.ambbeijing.um.dk
Email: bjsamb@um.dk
Office Hours: Visa: Monday to Thursday: 9:00 - 11:00
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
 Greenlandic Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Royal Danish Consulate General in Guangzhou, China
China Hotel Office Tower, Suite 1578
Liu Hua Lu
510015 Guangzhou
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 20 8666 0795
Fax: +86 20 8667 0315
Website: http://www.gkguangzhou.um.dk
Email: cangkl@um.dk
Office Hours: Abningstider: Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Visumafdelingen: Monday to Thursday: 10:00 am to 12:00 noon Telefonisk henvendelse: Monday to Thursday: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
 Greenlandic Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Royal Danish Consulate General in Hong Kong, China
Suite 2402 B, Great Eagle Centre
23 Harbour Road, Wanchai
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2827 8101
Fax: +852 2827 4555
Website: http://www.gkhongkong.um.dk
Email: hkggkl@um.dk
Office Hours: Kontortider: Monday to Thursday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Friday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Visa: Monday to Friday: 10:00 am to 12:00 noon
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
 Greenlandic Consulate in Shanghai, China
Royal Danish Consulate General in Shanghai, China
Room 701, Shanghai
International Trade Center
No. 2201, Yan'an Xi Lu
Shanghai 200336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 (21) 6209 0500
Fax: +86 (21) 6209 0504
Website: http://www.gkshanghai.um.dk
Email: shagkl@um.dk
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
 Grenadian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Grenada in Beijing, China
T5-2-52, Tayuan Diplomatic Compound Chaoyang District Beijing,
100600 CHINA
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 011 8610 6532 1208 / 011 8610 6532 1209
Fax: 011 8610 6532 1015
Email: grenembbeijing@yahoo.com
 
 Grenadian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Grenada in Hong Kong
2704, 27/F Nine Queen's Road Central Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: + 852 3656 2838
Fax: + 852 3656 2700
Website: http://www.grenada-hk.org/
Email: info@grenada-hk.org
 
 Hungarian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Hungary in China
10 Dongzhimenwai Da Jie,
Sanlitun,
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 6532-1431 or 6532-1273
Email: titkarsag.pek@kum.hu
Office Hours: The Embassy is open 08.30.-12:00 and 13:30 17:00 from Monday to Thursday and from 8.30. till 15.00. on Friday.
 
 Hungarian Consulate in Central Hong Kong, China
Consular Office of Hungary in Hongkong
Hongkong Suite 3202 City Bank Tower 3. Garden road, Central Hong Kong
•           City: Central Hong Kong
Phone: 28787555
Fax: 28787010
 
 Icelandic Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Iceland in Beijing, China
Landmark Tower 1 #802
No.8 Dongsanhuan Bei Lu,
Beijing 100004
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86 (10) 6590 -7795
Fax: +86 (10) 6590 -7801
Website: http://www.iceland.org/cn/
Email: icemb.beijing@utn.stjr.is
Office Hours: Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00 - 17:00; Visa Section: Monday-Thursday 09:00 - 12:00
 
 Icelandic Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consulate of Iceland in Hong Kong
Warwick House
12th floor
Taikoo Place
979 King's Road
Island East
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2876 8900
Fax: (852) 2876 1000
 
 Indian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of India in Beijing, China (People's Republic)
1, Ritan Dong Lu
100 600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 00-86-10-65321908,65631858
Fax: 00-86-10-65324684
Website: http://www.indianembassy.org.cn/
Email: webmaster@indianembassy.org.cn
 
 Indian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of India in Hong Kong
16 D, United Centre,
95 Queensway
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 00-852-25284028,25272275
Fax: 00-852-28664124
Website: http://www.indianconsulate.org.hk/
Email: hoc@indianconsulate.org.hk
 
 Indian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of India in Shanghai, China
1008, Shanghai International
Trade Centre
2201 Yan An West Road
Shanghai  200336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 00-86-21-62758885/86
Fax: 00-86-21-62758881
Website: http://www.indianconsulate.org.cn/
Email: ccom@indianconsulate.org.cn
 
 Indonesian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Beijing, China
No.4 Dongzhimen Wai Street
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600
People's Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 010-65325489, 010-65325486/88
Fax: 010-65325368, 65325782
Website: http://www.indonesianembassy-china.org
Email: webmaster@indonesianembassy-china.org
 
 Indonesian Consulate in Hongkong, China
Consulate General of Indonesia in Hongkong, China
127-129 Leighton Road
6-8 Keswick Street
Causeway Bay
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: (852) 2890-4421 to 8
Fax: (852) 2895-0139
Email: kjrihkg@netvigator.com
 
 Indonesian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Indonesia in Guangzhou, China
Dong Fang Hotel, West Bulding 2/F
Rooms 1201 - 1223, 120 Liu Hua Road
Guangdong, Guangzhou
510016, P.R. China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: (86-20) 8601 8772 - 8601 8790
Fax: (86-20) 8601 9773 - 8601 8722
 
 Iraqi Embassy in China
Embassy of The Republic of Iraq in China
•           Phone: 008610 - 65321873 / 008610 - 65324355
Fax: 008610 - 65321599
Email: bknemb@iraqmofamail.net
 
 Irish Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Ireland in Beijing, China
3 Ri Tan Dong lu
Chaoyang District
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: + 86 - 10 - 6532 - 2691 / 2914
Fax: + 86 -10 - 6532 - 6857
Website: http://www.embassyofireland.cn/
Email: beijing@dfa.ie
Office Hours: Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00 - 12:30 and 14:00 - 17:00
Details: Ambassador: His Excellency Declan Kelleher Counsellor: Seán O Regan First Secretary: Emma Leonard Second Secretary: Niamh Downey Ambassador's PA: Flannan Gleeson
 
 Irish Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Ireland in Shanghai, China
Suite 700A, Shanghai Centre
1376 Nanjing Road West
200040
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 00 86 21 6279 8729
Fax: 00 86 21 6279 8739
Website: http://www.irishconsulateshanghai.cn/
Office Hours: Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 09:30-12:30 and 14:00-17:30
Details: Consul General: Connor O'Riordan Vice Consul: Peter O'Connor Attache: Amy O'Brien
 
 Irish Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Hong Kong, China
Suite 1408
Two Pacific Place
88 Queensway
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2527 4897
Fax: +852 2824 9127
Website: http://www.consulateofireland.hk/
Email: info@consulateofireland.hk
Office Hours: The Consulate is open to visitors Monday to Friday, from 10 am - 12 noon and 2 pm - 4:30 pm, except bank / public holidays. Passport and visa applicants are not required to make appointments in advance.
Details: Honorary Consul: Mr. Harry Eugene O'Neill The Consulate provides services for all Irish nationals and / or residents of Hong Kong and Macau. Residents of mainland China should direct their queries to the Embassy of Ireland in Beijing.
 
 Irish Consulate in Beijing, China
Visa Office: Embassy of Ireland in China
Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building 2-11-1
14 Liangmahe Nanlu
100600
•           City: Beijing
Fax: +86 10 6532 6857
Email: irishvisabeijing@dfanet.ie
Details: Office Manager: Anne Roche Executive Officer: Mary McCarthy Executive Officer: Eimear Cowan
 
 Israeli Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Israel in Shanghai
7th Floor, New Town Mansion
No.55 Lou Shan Guan Road,
Shanghai 200336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 86-21-62098008
Website: http://shanghai.mfa.gov.il
Email: mashav1@shanghai.mfa.gov.il
Office Hours: 9.00 am -- 12.00 am; Monday -- Friday Close on Jewish and Chinese Holidays
 
 Israeli Consulate in Taipei, China
Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei, China (Republic)
Bet Agron,
Hillel Street 37,
Jerusaelm
•           City: Taipei
Phone: (02) 2757-9692
Fax: (02) 2757-7247
Website: http://www.iseco.org.tw/
 
 Israeli Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Israel in Beijing, China
No. 17, Tianzelu
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-85320500
Fax: 0086-10-85320555
Website: http://beijing.mfa.gov.il
Email: consul-sec@beijing.mfa.gov.il
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:00am
Details: Jurisdiction: PRC and Mongolia
 
 Israeli Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Israel - Hong Kong and Macao
Room 701, Admiralty Centre Tower II
18 Harcourt Road
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2821 7500
Fax: (852) 2865 0220
Website: http://hongkong.mfa.gov.il
Email: info@hongkong.mfa.gov.il
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 0930-1230
Details: Jurisdiction: Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR
 
 Italian Embassy in Peking, China
Embassy of Italy in Peking, China
2, 2nd Street East
San Li Tun
•           City: Peking
Phone: 86 10 6532 2131
Fax: 86 10 6532 4676
Website: http://www.ambpechino.esteri.it
Email: visti.pechino@esteri.it
 
 Italian Consulate in Canton, China
General Consulate of Italy in Canton, China
Unit 1403, International Finance Place (IFP) - No.8 Huaxia Road, Pearl River New
City - 510623 GUANGZHOU (P.R.C.)
•           City: Canton
Phone: 00862038396225
Fax: 00862085506370
Website: http://www.conscanton.esteri.it
Email: consolato.canton@esteri.it
 
 Italian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
General Consulate of Italy in Hong Kong, China
Suite 3201, Central Plaza, 18 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 0085225227166
Fax: 00852-28459678
Website: http://www.conshongkong.esteri.it
Email: consolato.hongkong@esteri.it
 
 Italian Consulate in Shanghai, China
General Consulate of Italy in Shanghai, China
The Center - 19 Floor - 989 Changle Road - 200031 Shanghai
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 00862154075588
Fax: 64716977
Website: http://www.consshanghai.esteri.it
Email: info.shanghai@esteri.it
 
 Italian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Italy in Beijing, China
2, San Li Tun Dong Er Jie
100600 Beijing
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 10 8532.7600, Emergency number: (0086) 13901032957
Fax: +86 10 6532.4676 (Chancery)
Website: http://www.ambpechino.esteri.it/ambasciata_pechino
Email: ambasciata.pechino@esteri.it
Office Hours: Open to public Monday - Friday 09:00am - 12:00pm
Details: The Ambassador: Riccardo Sessa
 
 Ivorian Consulate in Beijing, China
Mission of the Republic of Cote d'Ivoire in Beijing, China
9 Beixiao Jie, Sanlitun
100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 6532-1223, 6532-3192
 
 Jamaican Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Jamaica in China
Jian Guo Men Wai Diplomatic Compound No. 1,
Xiu Shui Street Room 6-2-72,
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 8610 653 2670 - 1/8610 6532 0667
Fax: 8610 6532 0669
Website: http://www.jamaicagov.cn/
Email: embassy@jamaicagov.cn
Details: AMBASSADOR: HIS EXCELLENCY E. COURTENAY RATTRAY
 
 Jamaican Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Jamaican Consulate in Hong Kong, China
32nd Floor
Standard Chartered Tower
Millennium City 1
388 Kwun Tong Road
Kowloon
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852)3552-8538
Fax: (852)2267-1088
Email: jamconsulate@afasia.com
Details: HONORARY CONSUL: MRS. EVELYN LU
 
 Japanese Consulate in Dalian, China
Consulate General of Japan in Dalian, China
3rd Floor, Senmao Building
147 Zhongshan Road
Xigang District
Liaoning
116011
•           City: Dalian
Phone: (86-411) 8370-4077
Fax: (86-411) 8370-4066
Website: http://www.dalian.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/ch/index.html
 
 Japanese Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Japan in Guangzhou, China
Garden Tower
368 Huanshi Dong Lu
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86-20-8334-3009
Fax: +86-20-8333-8972
Website: http://www.guangzhou.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/
 
 Japanese Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Japan in Shanghai, China
8 Wan Shan Road
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (86-21) 5257-4766
Fax: (86-21) 6278-8988
Website: http://www.shanghai.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/cn/index_cn.htm
Office Hours: 09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 17:30
 
 Japanese Consulate in Shengyang, China
Consulate General of Japan in Shenyang, China
50 Shisi Wei Lu
He Ping Qu
Liaoning
•           City: Shengyang
Phone: +86-24-2322 7490
Fax: +86-24-2322 2394
Website: http://www.shenyang.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/cn/index.htm
 
 Japanese Consulate in Hongkong, China
Consulate General of Japan in Hong Kong, China
46F & 47F, One Exchange Square
8 Connaught Place, Central
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: (852) 2522-1184
Fax: (852) 2868-0156
Website: http://www.hk.emb-japan.go.jp/eng/index.html
Office Hours: General Monday to Friday 9:00-12:30 13:30-17:30 Visa Section Monday to Friday 9:30-12:00 13:30-16:30 The Consulate is closed on Saturdays and Sundays
 
 Japanese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Japan in China
7 Ri Tan Road
Jian Guo Men Wai
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10)6532-2361
Fax: (86-10)6532-4625
Website: http://www.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/index_e.htm
Email: info@eoj.cn
Office Hours: Office Hours Monday to Friday, 08:00^12:00, 14:00^18:00
 
 Japanese Consulate in Chongqing, China
Consulate-General of Japan in Chongqing, China
37/F, Metropolitan Tower
No.68 Zourong Road
Central District
400010
•           City: Chongqing
Phone: (86-23)6373-3585
Fax: (86-23)6373-3589
Website: http://www.chongqing.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/index_c.htm
 
 Japanese Consulate in Qingdao, China
Consulate General of Japan in Qingdao, China
Qingdao International Finance Center Co. Ltd., 45F
266071
•           City: Qingdao
Phone: 0532-8090-0001
Fax: 0532-8090-0009
Website: http://www.qingdao.cn.emb-japan.go.jp/cn/index.html
Office Hours: 9:00-11:30, 12:30-17:00
 
 Jordanian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Jordan in Beijing, China
5 Dongliu Jie
Sanlitun
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 (10)6532 3906; 8611-653-23265
Fax: +86 (10) 6532 3283
Email: beijingmission@jordan-embassy.com
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30-3:30
 
 Kazakhstani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Beijing
9 Dong 6 Jie, San Li Tun,
Beijing, 100600,
People s Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86-10-65326182 / 65324189 ext. 11
Fax: +8610-653-26-183
Website: http://www.kazembchina.org/
Email: kz@kazembchina.org
 
 Kenyan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Kenya in Beijing, China
4, Xi Liu Street, San Li Tun,
Chaoyang District, Beijing
•           City: Beijing
Phone: + 86 10 65323381, 65322473
Fax: + 86 10 65321770, 65323325
Email: kenrepbj@hotmail.com
Details: Other countries of Accreditation: Philippines
 
 I-Kiribati Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consulate of Kiribati in China
Suite 5A, Lan Kwai House
6 Lan Kwai Fong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 25301350
Fax: (+852) 25301802
 
 Kuwaiti Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Kuwait in Beijing, China
No. 23, Guang Hua Lu
Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 2216
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 1607
 
 Kuwaiti Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the State of Kuwait
Suite 2805, 28th Floor Sinoplaza
255-257 Gloucester Road
Causeway Bay
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 28327866/7/8
Fax: (+852) 28327020
Email: general@kuwaithk.com
 
 Kyrgyzstani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic
2-4-1 Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65326458, 65324180
Fax: (+86-10) 65326459
Email: kyrgyz@public3.bta.net.cn, kyrgyzch@public2.east.net.cn
 
 Lao or Laotian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Lao PDR in Beijing, China
No. 11, Dong Si Jie, San Li Tun
100600 Beijing
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86 1) 532-1224
Fax: (+86 1) 532-6748
Email: laoemcn@public.east.cn.net
 
 Lao or Laotian Consulate in Kunming, China
Consulate General of the Lao PDR in Kunming, China
Room 3226 Camellia Hotel
154 East Dong Feng Road
Kunming 650041
•           City: Kunming
Phone: (+86 871) 317-6623 or 317-6624
Fax: (+86 871) 317-8556
Email: laokun02@public.km.yn.cn
 
 Lao or Laotian Consulate in Hongkong, China
Consulate General of the Lao PDR in China
R11002 10F Arion Commercial Center
2-12 Queen's Road West
Hongkong, P.R. of China
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: (852) 2544 1129, (852) 2544 1186
Fax: (852) 2544 1187
 
 Latvian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Latvia in Beijing, China
Unit 71, Green Land Garden
No 1A Green Land Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100016
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 64333863
Fax: (+86-10) 64333810
Website: http://www.latvianembassy.org.cn
Email: embassy.china@mfa.gov.lv
 
 Latvian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consulate of Latvia
33/F Harbour Centre
25 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 28333501
Fax: (+852) 28333501
Email: rking88@netvigator.com
 
 Lebanese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Lebanon in Beijing, China
No. 51, Dong Liu Jie,
San Li Tun
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 1560 / 2197
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 2770
Email: lebanon@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Basotho Consulate in Beijing, China
Kingdom of Lesotho High Commission, Beijing, China
302 Dong Wai Diplomatic Office Bldg,
Dong Zhi Men Wai Da Jie
Cahoyang District
Beijing, 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 (0)10 6532 6843 /4
Fax: +86 (0)10 6532 6845
Email: boemeli@public.bta.net.cn
Details: Also responsible for Australia and New Zealand inquiries.
 
 Liberian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Liberia in Beijing, China
Room 013, Gold Island Diplomatic Compound,
No. 1 Xi Ba He Nanlu
Beijing 100028
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6440 3007
Fax: (+86) (10) 6440 3918
 
 Libyan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Libya in Beijing, China
No. 3, Dong Liu Jie,
San Li Tun,
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (8610) 6532 3666
Fax: (8610) 6532 3391
 
 Lithuanian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Beijing, China
B-30 King's Garden Villas
No.18, Xiao Yun Lu
Chaoyang District
Beijing, 100016
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 845 185 20
Fax: (+86) (10) 845 144 42
Email: emlituan@public3.bta.net.cn,amb.cn@urm.lt
 
 Luxembourg Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Luxembourg in Beijing, China
21 Nei Wu Bu Jie 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 6513 59 37 /
Fax: 6513 72 68
Website: http://pekin.mae.lu
Email: pekin.amb@mae.etat.lu
 
 Luxembourg Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Luxembourg in Shanghai, China
12, ZhongShanDongYi Road
200002 Shanghai
China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 21 5353 0295
Fax: +86 21 5353 0296
Website: http://shanghai.mae.lu
Email: shanghai.cg@mae.etat.lu
 
 Macedonian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia in Beijing, China
3-2-21, Sun Li Tun Diplomatic Compound
Post code 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: + 86 10 6532 7846
Fax: + 86 10 6532 7847
Email: macdebas@public3.bta.net.cn
 
 Malagasy Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Madagascar in Beijing, China
2 Sam Li Tun Dong no3
Beijing
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10) 65322571
Fax: (86.10) 6532 2102
Website: http://www.madagascar-consulate.org/embassies-world.html
Email: ambapek@yahoo.com
 
 Malagasy Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consulate of Madagascar in Hong Kong, China
18/F, China Merchants Tower
Shun Tak Center
168-200 Connaught Road C.
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 85 2 2587 8223
Fax: 85 2 2587 7117
Website: http://www.mcarconsulate-hkaii.com
Email: carol@hkaii.org
 
 Malaysian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Malaysia in Beijing, China
No. 2, Liang Ma Qiao Bei Jie
Chaoyang District
100600, Beijing
The People's Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10) 6532-2531/2/3
Fax: (86-10) 6532-5032
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/beijing
Email: mwbjing@kln.gov.my
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 5.00 pm Holiday : Saturday & Sunday
 
 Malaysian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Malaysia in Guangzhou, China
Units 1912, 1913, 1915-1918
Citic Plaza Office Tower,
233 Tian He Bei Road,
Guangzhou 510610
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: 8620-3877 0763 or 8620-3877 0766
Fax: 8620-3877 0769
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/guangzhou
Email: malgzhou@kln.gov.my
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8.30 am to 5.00 pm Holiday : Saturday & Sunday
 
 Malaysian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Malaysia in Shanghai, China
Units 01, Block B - 9th Floor
Dawning Centre, No. 500 Hongbaoshi Road
Changning District, Shanghai 201103
People's Republic of China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (8621) 5292 5424 / 5425 (GL)
Fax: (8621) 5292 5951
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/shanghai
Email: mwshang@public1.sta.net.cn
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 0830hrs. - 1700 hrs. Holiday : Saturday & Sunday
 
 Malaysian Consulate in Kunming, China
Consulate General of Malaysia in Kunming, China
401-405, Sakura Hotel,
29, Dong Feng East Road,
Kunming, Yunnan,
People's Republic of China
650011
•           City: Kunming
Phone: +86 871 316 5088
Fax: +86 871 311 3503
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/kunming
Email: malkunming@kln.gov.my
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 08:30 - 17:00 Holiday : Saturday & Sunday
 
 Malaysian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Malaysia in Hong Kong, China
24th Floor, Malaysia Building,
47-50 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong SAR
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2821-080
Fax: (852) 28651628 or (852) 25278826
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/hongkong
Email: mwhkg3@biznetvigator.com, malhkong@kln.gov.my
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm Holiday : Saturday and Sunday
 
 Malian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Mali in Hong Kong, China
Unit 902, 9/F, Tower 1, Cheung Sha Wan Plaza
833 Cheung Sha
Wan Road, Kowloon
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 25340666
 
 Malian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Mali in Beijing, China
8 Dong Si Jie
San Li Tun No. 3
Beijing 100600
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65325530, 65321704/5
Fax: (+86-10) 65321618
Email: ambamali@163bj.com
 
 Maltese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Malta in Beijing, China
1-51, San Lit Tun Diplomatic Office Building
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086 (10) 6532 3114, 6532 4737
Fax: 0086 (10) 6532 6125
Email: maltaembassy.beijing@gov.mt
 
 Marshallese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Marshall Islands in Beijing, Beijing, People's Republic of China
2-14-1, Tayuan Diplomatic Ofc. Bldg.
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 6532 5819, 6532 5904
Fax: 6532 5693
 
 Mauritanian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Mauritania in Beijing, China
9 Dongsan Jie, Sanlitun, 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 6532-1346,6532-1703,6532-1685
 
 Mauritian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Mauritius in Beijing, China
Dongzhi Men Wai Da Jie No 23 Beijing 100600, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 00 86 10 6532 5695/96/98
Fax: 00 86 10 6532 5706/7102
Email: mebj@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Mexican Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Mexico in Beijing, People's Republic of China
San Li Tun Dongwujie 5
Chaoyang 100600
Beijing, Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (8610) 6532-2574
Fax: (8610) 6532-3744
Website: http://www.sre.gob.mx/china/
Email: embmxchn@public.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 08:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m
 
 Moldovan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Moldova in Beijing, China
Moldovan Embassy
No. 2-9-1, Ta Yuan Office Building
Beijing
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 5494
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 5379
Email: moldova@medw.link263.com
Details: Ambassador: Mr. Victor Borsevici
 
 Monegasque Consulate in Shanghai, China
Honorary Consulate of Monaco in China
Thomson Commercial Building 710 Dong Fang Road, 2F Pudong New Area -
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86.21.5831.4008
 
 Monegasque Consulate in Wanchai, China
Honorary Consulate of Monaco in Hong Kong
Orient Overseas (International) Limited Harbour Centre - 33rd floor
25 Harbour Road
•           City: Wanchai
Phone: +852.2893.0669
Fax: +852.2827.9779
Email: fanny.ho@oocl.com
 
 Mongolian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Mongolia in Beijing, China
No 2, Xiushui Beijie Jian Guo Men
Wai Da Jie, Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-6532-1810, 65321203
Fax: 0086-10-6532-5045
Email: monembbj@public3.bta.net.cn
 
 Moroccan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Beijing, China
16 San Li Tun Lu, Beijing 100600,
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65321796, 65321489
Fax: (+86-10) 65321453
Email: embmor@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Mozambican Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Mozambique
1-71 Tayuan Office Building
San Lui Tun, L, 8th Floor
Beijing 100600
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65323664, 65236664, 65323578, 65323762
Fax: (+86-10) 65325189
Email: embamoc@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Myanmar Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Myanmar in Beijing, China
No. 6, Dong Zhi Men Wai Street
Chao Yang District, Beijing, 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-6532-0351 ext: 24
Fax: 0086-10-6532-0408
Website: http://www.myanmarembassy.com/
Email: info@myanmarembassy.com
 
 Myanmar Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Myanmar Consulate in Hong Kong
Room 2401-2436
24th Floor, Sun Hung Kai Center
Room 2401-2436 24th Floor, Sun Hung Kai Center 30 Harbour Road
Wanchai, Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2845 0810
Fax: (852) 2845 0820
Website: http://myanmar.e-consulate.org
Email: myancghk@biznetvigator.com
 
 Myanmar Consulate in Kunming, China
Consulate of the Union of Myanmar in Kunming, China
3rd Floor, Building No. 3
Camellia Hotel
No. 96 East Dong Feng Road
Kunming, PRC
•           City: Kunming
Phone: (86) (871) 317 6609
Fax: (86) (871) 317 6309
Email: mofa.aung@mptmail.net.mm
 
 Namibian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Namibia in Beijing, China
2-9--2 Ta Yuan
Diplomatic Office Building
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 10 653-24810 / 1
Fax: (+86) 10 653-24549
Email: namemb@eastnet.com.cn
 
 Nauruan Embassy in Beijing, China
Nauran Embassy in Peoples Republic of Beijing, China
Ta Yuan Diplomatic Compound Xin Dong Lu Chaoyang Beijing PRC
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86) 10 8532 2668
Fax: (86) 10 8532 636
Email: china@nauruembassy.org
 
 Nepalese Consulate in Lhasa, China
Consulate General of Nepal in Lhasa, Tibet, Autonomous Region of The People's Republic of China
Norbulingka Road 13,
Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region of The People's Republic of China
•           City: Lhasa
Phone: 00681-5744 / 00681-3965
Fax: 0086-891-683-6890
Email: cgnlhasa@hotmail.com
 
 Nepalese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Nepal in Beijing, China
No 1, xi Liu Jie,
Sanlitun Lu,
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-6532-1795
Fax: 0086-10-6532-3251
Website: http://www.nepalembassy.org.cn/
Email: beijing@nepalembassy.org.cn
 
 Dutch Embassy in Beijing, China
Royal Netherlands Embassy in Beijing, China (People's Republic)
Liangmahe Nanlu 4
Peking 100600,
People's Republic of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86) (10) 6532 1131
Fax: (86) (10) 6532 4689
Website: http://www.hollandinchina.org
Email: pek@minbuza.nl
Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9.30 a.m. till 12.00 hrs.
 
 Dutch Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate Shanghai, China
10/F East Tower, Dawning Center
No. 500 Hongbaoshi Road, Changning District
Shanghai 201103,
People's Republic of China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 021 2208 7288
Fax: 021 2208 7300
Email: nlgovsha@uninet.com.cn
 
 Dutch Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate Guangzhou, China
Unit 905, Main Tower,
Guangdong Int'l Hotel,
No. 339, Huanshi Donglu,
Guangzhou 510098,
People's Republic of China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: 020 8330 2067
Fax: 020 8330 3601
Email: cgguangzhou@hollandinchina.org
 
 Dutch Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Netherlands in Hong Kong
Cheung Kong Centre,
Suite 5702, 57/F
2 Queens Road Central
Hong Kong SAR
China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 852 2522 5127
Fax: 852 2868 5388
Email: information@netherlands-cg.org.hk
Office Hours: 9.00-16.30
 
 Kiwi Embassy in Beijing, China
New Zealand Embassy in Beijing
Ritan Dongerjie No. 1, Chao Yang District
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-8532-7000 or 8532-7080 (New Zealand Trade and Enterprise)
Fax: +86-10-6532-4317 or 6532-5261 (New Zealand Trade a
Website: http://www.nzembassy.com/home.cfm?c=19
Email: beijing.enquiries@mft.net.nz
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 0830-1700 hrs
Details: Ambassador: H.E. Carl Worker
 
 Kiwi Consulate in Shanghai, China
New Zealand Consulate-General in Shanghai
Room 1605-1607A, The Centre
989 Chang Le Road (c),
200031
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21-5407-5858
Fax: +86-21-5407-5068
Email: shanghai.enquiries@mft.net.nz
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 0830-1700 hrs
Details: Consul-General: Michael Swain
 
 Kiwi Consulate in Guangzhou, China
New Zealand Consulate-General in Guangzhou
C1055, China Hotel Office Tower, Liu Hua Lu,
510015
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86-20-866-0253
Fax: +86-20-866-66420
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 0830-1700 hrs
Details: Consul General and Trade Commissioner: Patrick English
 
 Nigerien Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Niger in Beijing, China
No. 1-21, San Li Tun Apartmen
Chaoyang
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 4279
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 7041
Email: nigerbj@public.bta.net.cn
Details: Ambassador: Mr. Adamou Boubakar
 
 Nigerian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Nigeria in Beijing, China
2 Dong Wu Jie Sanlitun Beijing 100600 P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65323631/2
Fax: (+86-10) 65321650
 
 Norwegian Embassy in Beijing, China
Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing, China
1, Dong Yi Jie, San Li Tun
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-8531-9600
Fax: +86-10-6532-2392
Website: http://www.norway.cn
Email: emb.beijing@mfa.no
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 -17:00 * Visa Section: Monday to Friday 9:00 -11:30
Details: Ambassador Svein O. Sæther
 
 Norwegian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Shanghai
Room 321, 12 Zhong Shan Dong Yi Lu
200002
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21-6323-9988
Fax: +86-21-6323-3938
Website: http://www.norway.cn/Embassy/Shanghai/
Email: cg.shanghai@mfa.no
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 09:00 - 12:30 and 14:00 - 16:30 * Visa section: Monday to Friday 09: 30 - 12: 30
 
 Norwegian Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Guangzhou
Suite 1802,
Citic Plaza 233 Tian He North Road
510613
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86-20-3811-3188
Fax: +86-20-3811-3199
Website: http://www.norway.cn/Embassy/Guangzhou/
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 -17:00
 
 Norwegian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Hong Kong
Room 1510-1512, 15th Floor, West Tower, Shun Tak Centre
168-200 Connaught Road Central,
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2546-9881
Fax: +852-2546-9887 or +852-3003-6506
Website: http://www.norway.cn/Embassy/Hong-Kong/Welcome/
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 09:00   12:30 and 13:30   17:00
 
 Omani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman in Beijing, China
6 Liang Ma He Nan Lu
Chao Yang District,
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (008610) 65 32 36 92
Fax: 65325030
Email: omnbeijing@chnmail.com
Office Hours: 8:30 - 12:00 1:00 - 4:00
 
 Pakistani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Pakistan in Beijing, China
Dongzhimen Wai Dajie,
Sanlitun, Beijing-100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (Area code 0086-10) 65322504
Fax: (Area code 0086-10) 65322715
Website: http://www.pakembassy.cn
Email: info@pakembassy.cn, pakrep@public.fhnet.cn.net
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
Details: Consular Section: (Area code 0086-10) 65322721 E-mail: consularservices@pakembassy.cn
 
 Pakistani Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
China Resources Building, Room 3806
38th Floor, 26 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 28271966, 28270681
Fax: (+852) 28272189, 28271066
Email: pakcon@netvigator.net
 
 Pakistani Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Pakistan in Shanghai, China
Suite 0,7/F Hong Qiao Business Center,
2272 Hong Qiao Road
Shanghai 200336
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 21 6237 7000
Fax: +86 21 6237 7066
Website: http://www.pakconsulateshanghai.org.cn
Email: pakconsulateshanghai@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Pakistani Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Pakistan in Guangzhou, China
Room No. 705-06,
Grand Tower No. 228,
Tianhe Road, Guangzhou,
China, P.O. Code 510620
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 20 85505679-80
Fax: +86 20 85505682
Email: parepguangzhou@hotmail.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Pakistani Consulate in Chengdu, China
Consulate General of Pakistan in Chengdu, China
Suit 812, Western Tower,
No. 19, 4th Section,
Renminnan road, Chengdu,
(Sichuan) People's Republic of China
•           City: Chengdu
Phone: 0086-28-85268316
Fax: 0086-28-85268315
Email: -
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Palauan Consulate in Taiwan, China
Embassy of the Republic of Palau in Taiwan, China
5Th Floor #9 Lane 62,
Tienmu West Road,Taipei 111
Taiwan
China
_
•           City: Taiwan
Phone: (02) 2719-7761
Fax: (02) 2719-7774
Website: http://-
Email: palau.embassy@msa.hinet.net
 
 Palestinian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Palestine in China
P.O. Box 9006
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 861-5323316 / 5323327
Fax: 861-5323241
 
 Papua New Guinean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Papua New Guinea in China
2-11-2/F Tayuan Diplomatic Office Building, Chao Yang District
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65324312 / 65324709
Fax: (+86-10) 65325483
Email: kundu_beijing@pngembassy.org.cn, kundubj@95777.com
 
 Papua New Guinean Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Papua New Guinea in Germany
Unit 602B, 6/F, 1 Hysan Avenue
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 24993611
Fax: (+852) 24132962
 
 Peruvian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Peru in Beijing, China (People's Republic)
1-91, San Li Tun Office Building
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86 10) 65323719
Fax: (+86 10) 65322178
Website: http://www.embperu.cn.net
Email: lpekin@public.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 08:30 - 17:00
 
 Peruvian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Shanghai, China
Kerry Centre, 1515 Nanjing west road, ofi. 2705
200040
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86-21) 52985900
Fax: (+86-21) 52985905
Website: http://www.conpersh.com
Email: conperu@conpersh.com
 
 Filipino Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of the Philippines in Guangzhou, China
Rm. 709-711, 7th Floor
Guangdong International Hotel
339 Huanshi Dong Lu
Guangzhou, PRC
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: (8620) 833-11461/(86-20) 8188-6968
Fax: (8620) 833-30573/ (86-20) 8186-2041
Website: http://pcggz.bizhosting.com
Email: gzphcggz@public1.guangzhou.gd.cn,konjen@public.guangzhou.gd.cn
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Filipino Consulate in Xiamen, China
Philippine Consulate General in Xiamen, China
No. 2 Ling Xiang Li
Lian Hua District
Xiamen City 361009
•           City: Xiamen
Phone: 0086 (592) 513-0355/66
Fax: 00-86593-553-0803
Email: xiamenpc@public.xm.fj.cn,phxm@public.xm.fj.cn
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Filipino Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of Philippines in Shanghai, China
Suite 301, Metrobank Plaza Building
No. 1160 Yan an West Road (corner Fanyu Road)
Changning District, Shanghai
Zip Code: 200052
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 (21) 6281-8020
Fax: +86 (21) 6281-8023
Website: http://www.philcongenshanghai.org
Email: pcg@philcongenshanghai.org, consular@philcongenshanghai.org
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Filipino Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Philippines in Hong Kong, China
Fourteenth Floor,
United Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +(852) 2823-8500, 2823-8501, 2823-8510
Fax: +(852) 2866-9885, 2866-8559
Website: http://philcongen-hk.com/
Email: hongkongpc@dfa.gov.ph,hongkongpc@philcongen-hk.com
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sunday to Thursday
 
 Filipino Consulate in Yu Zhong, China
Philippine Consulate General in Yu Zhong, China
Temporary Office
Apartment No. 3201
JW Marriot Hotel Chongqing
77 Quing Nan Road, Yu Zhong District
•           City: Yu Zhong
Phone: (+86-23) 6381-0832 or (+86-23) 6388-8888
Fax: (+86-23) 6399-9999
 
 Filipino Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Philippines in Beijing, China
23 Xiu Shui Bei Jie,
Jian Guo Men Wai,
Beijing, 100600
PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+8610) 6532-2518; 6532-2451; 6532-1872
Fax: (+8610) 6532-3761
Website: http://www.philippine-embassy.cn
Email: beijing_pe@hotmail.com / philemb_ beijing@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
 Polish Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Poland in China
1 Ri Tan Lu, Jian Guo Men Wai
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65321235
Fax: (+86-10) 65321745
Website: http://www.pekin.polemb.net
Email: polska@public2.bta.net.cn / polamba@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Polish Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Poland in China
Jianguo Xilu 618
200031
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86-21) 64339288
Fax: (+86-21) 64330417
Website: http://www.szanghajkg.polemb.net
Email: cgpl@polandshanghai.org / commoff@uninet.com.cn
 
 Polish Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Guangzhou
63 Shamian Main Street, 510130
Guangzhou 510130
China
-
-
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +8620 81219993 / +8620 81219994 w.102
Fax: +8620 81219995
Website: http://www.kantonkg.polemb.net
Email: kanton.kg.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
 
 Polish Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Hong Kong
183 Queen's Road East, room 2506, level 25,
Hongkong
-
-
-
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 00 852 2840 0779
Fax: 00 852 2596 0062
Website: http://www.hongkongkg.polemb.net
Email: kgrphk@netvigator.com
 
 Portuguese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Portugal in Beijing, China
San Li Tun Dong Wu Jie, n 8
100600 Beijing
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 10 6532 3242 / 3220
Fax: (+86) 10 6532 4637
Email: embport@public2.bta.net.cn,scpequim@public2.bta.net.cn
 
 Qatari Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the State of Qatar
2-9-2 Tayuan Diplomatic Office Building
14 Liang Ma He Nan Lu
Beijing 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65322231/5
Fax: (+86-10) 65325274
Email: beijing@mofa.gov.qa
 
 Romanian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Romania in Beijing, China
100600 Ri Tan Lu
Dong Er Jie
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (00) (86) (10) 65323442
Fax: (00) (86) (10) 65325728
Email: ambasada@roamb.link263.com
 
 Russian Embassy in Beijing, China
Russian Embassy in China
No.4, Bei Zhong Jie,
Dong Zhi Men
Beijing, China 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 10 6532-1267, 6532-1991
Fax: +86 10 6532-4853
Website: http://www.russia.org.cn/eng/
Email: rusemb@public3.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 9:00-18:00, lunch time: 13:00-14:00
 
 Rwandan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Rwanda in Beijing, China
30 Xiu Shui Bei Jie
Beijing 100600
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65322193, 65321820, 65321762
Fax: (+86-10) 65322006
Website: http://www.embarwanda-china.com
Email: ambarwda@public3.gta.net.cn
 
 Saudi Arabian Embassy in Bejing, China
Saudi Arabia Embassy , China
No. 1, Bei Xiao Jie, San Li Tun
100600
•           City: Bejing
Phone: 86-10-65324825 / 86-10-65325325
Fax: 86-10-65325324
Website: http://www.mofa.gov.sa/sites/mofaen/SaudiMissionsAbroad/SaudiEmbassiesAbroad/Asia/Pages/EmbassyID40942.aspx
Email: cnemb@mofa.gov.sa
Office Hours: From 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 
 Senegalese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Senegal in Beijing, P.R. of China
1 Ritan Dongyi Jie, Jianguomenwai
Chikin Yuan
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-65322593
Fax: +86-10-65322646
 
 Serbian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Serbia in Beijing, China
San Li Tun, Dong 6 Jie 1
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-65323516/+86-10-65323016/+86-10-65321693/+86-10-65325413/+86-10-65323246/+86-10-65322117
Fax: +86-10-65321207
Website: http://www.emb-serbia-montenegro.org.cn
Email: yuamba@public.bta.net.cn, ambjug@netchina.com.cn, info@emb-serbia-montenegro.org.cm
 
 Serbian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Serbia in China
Rm, 302, No.1, Lane 60, Lyon Garden, Ronghua East Road, Gu Bei New Area
201103
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21-62081388 / +86-21-62081899
Fax: +86-21-62087412
Website: http://www.scgshanghai.org
Email: yugk@sonic.net.cn, yugkshanghai@online.sh.cn
 
 Seychelles Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Republic of Seychelles in Beijing
Appt. D 25 B, Global Trade Mansion,
No9 Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District
100020 Beijing, People
-
-
•           City: Beijing
Phone: [86 10] 5870 1192, [86 10] 5870 1195
Fax: [86 10] 5870 1219
Email: amb.legall@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 0800 - 1600
 
 Sierra Leonean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Sierra Leone in China
7 Dongzhimenwai Dajie, Sanlitun Beijing
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-010-6532 1222,0086-010-6532 2174
Fax: 0086-010-6532 3752
Email: slembbj@public3.bta.net.cn
 
 Singaporean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Singapore in Beijing, China
No. 1 Xiu Shui Bei Jie
Jian Guo Men Wai
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +(86)(10)6532 1115
Fax: +(86)(10)6532 9405
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sg/beijing
Email: singemb_bej@sgmfa.gov.sg
Office Hours: Mondays - Fridays 8.30 a.m. - 12.00 noon 1.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.
 
 Singaporean Consulate in Shanghai, China
General Consulate of Singapore in Shanghai, China
89 Wan Shan Road
Shanghai 200336
China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: 8621-62785566
Fax: 001-86-21-6295-6038
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sg/shanghai
Email: singcg_sha@sgmfa.gov.sg
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8.30 am - 12.00 pm; 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm Closed on Sat,Sun and public holidays
 
 Singaporean Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Singapore Consulate-General in Guangzhou
Unit 2418, CITIC Plaza Office Tower
233 Tianhe North Road, Tianhe District,
Guangzhou 510613, People s Republic of China
-
-
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86-20-3891 2345
Fax: +86-20-3891 2933
Website: http://-
Email: singcg_gzu@sgmfa.gov.sg
 
 Singaporean Consulate in Xiamen, China
Singapore Consulate-General in Xiamen
No. 189, Xiahe Road
#05-07/08, The Bank Centre
Xiamen 361003, Fujian
People's Republic of China
-
•           City: Xiamen
Phone: +(86)(592) 268-4691
Fax: +(86)(592) 268-4694
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sg/xiamen/
Email: singcg_xmn@sgmfa.gov.sg
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8.30 am to 12.30 pm 1.30 pm to 5.00 pm Sat & Sun - Close
 
 Singaporean Consulate in Chengdu, China
Singapore Consulate General in Chengdu
31-D First City Plaza, No 308, Shuncheng Street
Chengdu, Sichuan 610017, People's Republic of China
-
-
-
•           City: Chengdu
Phone: +86-28-8652 7222
Fax: +86-28-8652 7555
Website: http://-
Email: chengdu@iesingapore.gov.sg
 
 Singaporean Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Singapore Consulate-General in Hong Kong, SAR
Unit 901, 9th floor, Admiralty Centre Tower I
18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong
-
-
-
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2527 2212
Fax: +852-2866 1239
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sg/hongkong/
Email: singcg_hkg@sgmfa.gov.sg
Office Hours: Mon.   Fri. 9.00 am   12.30 pm 2.00 pm   5.30 pm
 
 Slovak Embassy in Bejing, China
Embassy of Slovakia in Bejing, China
Jian Guo Men Wai, Ri tan Lu, South Suburb
100 600
•           City: Bejing
Phone: (+86-10) 65321531
Fax: (+86-10) 65324814
Email: emb.beijing@mzv.sk
 
 Slovak Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Slovakia in Shanghai, China
Qi Hua Tower 4A
1375 Huaihai Central Road
Shanghai 200031
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (86-21) 6431-4205
Fax: (+86-21) 6471-3604
Website: http://www.mzv.sk/cgshanghai
Email: cg.shanghai@mzv.sk
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 a.m.   12:00 a.m.
Details: Office Hours Tuesdays and Thursday 10.00 - 12.00 Shanghai Municipality and Provinces Anhui, Fujian, Jiangsu, Jiangxi and Zhejiang
 
 Slovak Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Slovakia in Hong Kong, China
11/F, Milo's Industrial Building, 2-10 Tai Yuen Street
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 24844568
 
 Slovenian Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Slovenia Consulate , China
Fu Hing Bldg, 9th Floor
10, Jubilee st.
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2-5452107
Fax: +852-2-5434669
 
 Slovenian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Slovenia in China
No. 57, Block F, Ya Qu Yuan, King's Garden Villas, 18 Xiao Yun Road
100600
Chao Yang district
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 64681154, (86-10) 4681030
Fax: (+86-10) 64681040
Email: vpe@mzz-dkp.gov.si
 
 South African Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of South Africa in Beijing, China
5 Dongzhimenwai Dajie
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 86 10 6532 7323 / 10 6532 0171
Fax: (+86) 10 6532 7139
Website: http://www.saembassy.org.cn
Email: homeaffairs@saembassy.org.cn
 
 South African Consulate in Shanghai, China
South Africa Consulate , China
222 Yan An Road East, 27th Floor, Room 2705/6
200002
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21-53594977
Fax: +86-21-63352980
Email: shanghai@foreign.gov.za , sacgpolitical@yahoo.com
 
 South African Consulate in Hongkong, China
South African Consulate-General in Hongkong
27/F Great Eagle Centre Room
2706-10 23 Harbour Road Wancha
-
-
-
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: + 852 2577 3279
Fax: + 852 2890 1975
Website: http://-
Email: sacghgk@netvigator.com
 
 Korean Consulate in Shanghai, China
General Consulate of The Republic of Korea in Shanghai
No.60, Wanshang Road
Shanghai, China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21-62955000,62952639
Fax: +86-21-62955191,62952629
Website: http://shanghai.mofat.go.kr/eng/as/shanghai/mission/greetings/index.jsp
Email: shanghai@mofat.go.kr
Office Hours: Open Mon-Fri 9am-12pm, 2-5:30pm
 
 Korean Embassy in Beijing, China
South Korean Embassy in Beijing, China
No.20 DongfangdongLu
Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86 10) 85310700
Fax: (+86 10) 85310726
Website: http://china.koreanembassy.cn/
Email: webmaster@koreanembassy.cn
Office Hours: Office hours: 9:00am-12:00am 14:00pm-18:00pm
Details: Consular Areas: Municipalities of Beijing, Tianjin; Provinces of Hebei, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Shanxi and Qinghai; Autonomous Regions of Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang and Tibet. There are also seven Consulate-Generals in China
 
 Korean Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong
5-6, Floors, Far East Finance Centre
16 Harcourt Road
Central
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 25294141
Fax: (+852) 28663420
Website: http://www.mofat.go.kr/en_hongkong.htm
Email: korcon@netvigator.com
 
 Korean Consulate in Shenyang, China
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Shenyang
No. 37, South 13 Latitude Road
Heping District
Shenyang, Liaoning, CHINA
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•           City: Shenyang
Phone: 86-24-2385-3388
Fax: 86-24-2385-5170
Website: http://chn-shenyang.mofat.go.kr/kr/index.php
Email: shenyang@mofat.go.kr
 
 Spanish Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Spain in Beijing, China
Chaoyang Qu. Sanlitun Lu, 9.- 100600 Pekín (Beijing).
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 6532 3742/86 10 6532 3629/86 10 6532 3629
Fax: (86 10) 6532 3401
Website: http://www.maec.es/embajadas/pekin
Email: carlos.blasco@mae.es, embespcn@mail.mae.es
 
 Sri Lankan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing, Chna
3, Jian Hua Lu
East City
Beijing 100600
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65321861/2
Fax: (+86-10) 65325426
Website: http://www.slemb.com
Email: lkembbj@public3.bta.net.cn
 
 Sri Lankan Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Honorary Consulate General of Sri Lanka
22nd Floor Dominion Centre
43-59 Queens Road East
Wanchai
Hong Kong
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 2876 0828
Fax: (+852) 28660366
Email: drthcc@pacificgroup.com.hk
 
 Sudanese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Sudan in Beijing, China
No.1 San Li Tun
2nd East St. Beijing 100600
P.R. China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-65322205/65323715
Fax: 0086-10-65321280
Website: http://www.sudanembassychina.com
Email: info@SudanEmbassyChina.com
 
 Swazi Embassy in Taipei, China
Embassy of Swaziland in China
No.9 Lane 62, Tien-mu West Road, 10th Floor
•           City: Taipei
Phone: +886-2-2872-5934
Fax: +886-2-2872-618
 
 Swedish Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Sweden, Beijing
3, Dongzhimenwai Dajie
Chaoyang District
100600 Beijing
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 (10) 6532 9790
Fax: +86 (10) 6532 5008
Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com/beijing
Email: ambassaden.peking@foreign.ministry.se
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8.30 to 11.30 a.m. Phone hours 3 to 5 p.m.
 
 Swedish Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate-General of Sweden, Shanghai
1521-1541 Shanghai Central Plaza
381 Huaihai Road (Middle)
Shanghai 200020
P R China
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86 21 5359 9610
Fax: +86 21 5359 9633
Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com/shanghai
Email: generalkonsulat.shanghai@foreign.ministry.se
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 to 11.30 a.m.   Visa (applications and processing): Monday-Friday 9 to 11.30 a.m. Telephone hours: Monday-Friday 3.00-4.00 p.m. Phone Direct: +86 21 5359 9639
 
 Swedish Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate-General of Sweden, Guangzhou
1002B-1003 Citic Plaza
Tianhe Bei Rd. 233
Guangzhou 510613
China
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86 (020) 3891 2383
Fax: +86 (020) 3891 2100
Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com/guangzhou
Email: generalkonsulat.kanton@foreign.ministry.se
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9.00 a.m.-12.00 noon Visa (applications and processing): Monday-Friday 9.00 a.m.-12.00 noon
 
 Swedish Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate-General of Sweden, Hong Kong
8/F Hong Kong Club Building
3A Chater Road
Hong Kong
China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: +85 (2) 2521 1212
Fax: +85 (2) 2596 0308
Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com/hongkong
Email: generalkonsulat.hongkong@foreign.ministry.se
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 12 noon Visa (applications and processing): Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 12 noon (consular matters) Phone hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (consular
 
 Swiss Consulate in Hongkong, China
General Consulate of Switzerland in Hong Kong, China
Suite 6206-07
Central Plaza
18 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: (++852) 2522 7147
Fax: (++852) 2845 2619
Website: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/asia/vchn/cncghk.html
Email: hon.vertretung@eda.admin.ch
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 12.00 noon, later in the afternoon upon appointment only
 
 Swiss Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Switzerland in Beijing, China
Sanlitun Dongwujie 3
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65322736
Fax: (+86-10) 65324353
Email: vertretung@bei.rep.admin.ch
 
 Swiss Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Switzerland in Shanghai, China
22F, Building A, Far East International Plaza,
319 Xianxia Road
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86-21) 62700519, 62700520
Fax: (+86-21) 62700522
Email: vertretung@sha.rep.admin.ch
 
 Swiss Consulate in Wanchai, China
Consulate of Switzerland in Wanchai, China
Suite 6206-07, Central Plaza, 18 Harbour Road
•           City: Wanchai
Phone: (+852) 25227147-8
Fax: (+852) 28452619
Email: vertretung@hon.rep.admin.ch
 
 Syrian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic
sanlitun Dongsijie No.6 - 100600 Beijing - China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 10-65321372
Fax: 10-65321575
Website: http://www.syria.org.cn/en/index.html
Email: sy@syria.org.cn
Office Hours: The working hours for visa application: On Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:00am-12:00am). It needs four workdays for the applicants to receive the visa.
 
 Taiwanese Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Center
40th Floor, One Pacific Place
88 Queensway
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: 2523 5555
Fax: 2522 2801 or 2522 2768
Website: http://www.taiwaninfo.org
Email: service@taiwaninfo.org
Office Hours: Mon - Fri : 9:00a.m. - 7:00p.m. Sat : 9:00a.m. - 3:30p.m. Closed on Sunday and public holidays
 
 Tajikistani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Tajikistan in China
No. 1-4, Section A, Liangmagiao Diplomatic Compound
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-6532-3039 / +86-10-6532-2598
Fax: +86-10-6532-3039
Email: tjkemb@public2.bta.net.cn
 
 Tanzanian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Tanzania in China
8 Liang Ma He Nan Lu, Sanlitun, Beijing 100600 P.R. CHINA.
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) 010 65321719
Fax: (+86) 010 65324351
Website: http://www.tanzaniaembassy.org.cn
Email: tanrep@tanzaniaembassy.org.cn
 
 Thai Consulate in Hongkong, China
Royal Thai Consulate General, Hongkong
Fairmont House, 8th flroor
8 Cotton Tree Drive, Central
•           City: Hongkong
Phone: (852)25216481-5
Fax: (852) 25218629
Website: http://www.thai-consulate.org.hk/
Email: sthai@thai-consulate.org.hk
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm 2.00 am to 5.00 pm
 
 Thai Consulate in Shanghai, China
Royal Thai Consulate General, Shanghai
Crystal Century Mansion
15 Floor
No. 567 Weihai Road, Shanghai
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (86-21) 628 83 030
Fax: (86-21) 628 89 072
Email: thaisgh@sh163.net
Office Hours: Office hours: 09.30-12.00 and 13.00-17.30 hrs Visa hours: 09.30-12.00 hrs.
 
 Thai Embassy in Beijing, China
Royal Thai Embassy in Beijing, China
No. 40, Guang Hua Lu
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10 6532)-1749 / 1848 / 2151 / 5048
Fax: +86-10 6532-1748
Website: http://www.thaiembbeij.org
Email: thaibej@eastnet.com.cn
 
 Thai Consulate in Kunming, China
Royal Thai Consulate-General Kunming, China
Kunming Hotel
1st Floor, South Building
Dong Feng Dong Lu, Kunming,
Yunnan Province 650051
•           City: Kunming
Phone: (86-871) 316-8916, 314-9296
Email: thaikmg@public.km.yn.cn
Office Hours: Office Hour: Monday-Friday 0900-1200 hrs. and 1300-1700 hrs. Visa and Consular section: Monday-Friday 0900-1200 hrs. and 1300-1700 hrs.
 
 Thai Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Thailand in China
7 Zhongshan Rd., East 1
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86-21) 3313-0365 / 6323-4095 / 6321-9371
Fax: +86-21 6323-4140
Email: rtcgsha@online.sh.cn
 
 Thai Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate of Thailand in Guangzhou, China
Garden Hotel, M07 368 Huanshi Dong Lu
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: +86-0-20 8385-8988
Fax: +86-0-20 8388-9567 / +86-0-20 8388-9959
Email: gzthaicg@163.com
 
 Togolese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Togo in China
No. 11, Dong Zhi Men Wai Da Jie, Chaoyang District
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-65322202 / +86-10-65322444
Fax: +86-10-65325884
 
 Tongan Embassy in Causeway, China
Embassy of Tonga in Causeway Bay, China
Pacific Asia Global holdings Ltd.
Suite 2001 B-C
One Hysan Avenue
•           City: Causeway
Phone: + (852) 29157728
Fax: + (852) 29157748
Email: tuita@netvigator.com
 
 Tunisian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Tunisia in China
1 Sanlitun Dong Lu
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-65322435 / +86-10-65322436
Fax: +86-10-65325818
 
 Turkish Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Turkey in Beijing, China
No. 9, Dong Wu Jie
San Li Tun
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 2490 or 6532 1715
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 5480
Website: http://beijing.emb.mfa.gov.tr
Email: trkelcn@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Turkish Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Turkey in China
13th floor of Qihua Building, Huahai Zhong Lu
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21 6474-6838
Fax: +86-21 6471-9896
Email: tcsanghaybsk@163.com
 
 Turkmen Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Turkmenistan in China
San Li Tun Diplomatic Office Building 1-15-2
100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 (10) 65326976
Fax: (+86-10) 65322269
 
 Ugandan Embassy in China
Embassy of Uganda in Beijing, China
5, San li tun Dong Jie
•           Phone: (+86-10)-65321708 / 65321645 / 65322370
Fax: +86-10-65322242
Website: http://www.ugandaembassycn.org
Email: info@ugandaembassycn.org, idrophil@yahoo.com
 
 Ukrainian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Ukraine in Beijing, China
San Li Tun, Dong 6 Jie, 11
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-65326359
Fax: +86-10-65326765
Website: http://www.ukraineinfo.gov.ua/main
Email: emb_cn@mfa.gov.ua, embukr@163bj.com
 
 Ukrainian Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Ukraine in Shanghai, China
W502, Sun Plaza, 88, Xian Xia Rd.
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: +86-21-62953195
Fax: +86-21-62953171
Website: http://www.ukraineinfo.gov.ua/main
Email: gc_cns@mfa.gov.ua, ukrconsh@sh163.net
 
 Emirati Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of United Arab Emirates in Beijing, China
1-9-1 Tayuan Office Building
100600 Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86 (10) 6532 5085 / +86 (10) 6532 3024
 
 Emirati Consulate in Wanchai, China
Consulate of United Arab Emirates in Hong Kong, China
Unit 2205-6, MassMutual Tower, 38 Gloucester Road
•           City: Wanchai
Phone: (+852) 28661823
 
 British Embassy in Beijing, China
British Embassy in Beijing, China
11 Guang Hua Lu
Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing 100600
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 5192 4000
Fax: (+86) (10) 5192 4239
Website: http://ukinchina.fco.gov.uk/en/
Email: consularmailbeijing@fco.gov.uk
Office Hours: Office hours, Monday-Friday 08:30-12:00 / 13:30-17:00 (Local time) 00:30-04:00 / 05:30-09:00 (GMT)
Details: Welcome to the British Embassy in Beijing. We are one of Britain's largest overseas Embassies. Our overall objective is to promote the interests of the United Kingdom and contribute to a strong world community. More specifically, we aim to promote trade and investment between Britain and China, develop strong political, economic, cultural and defense ties, provide a fast and fair visa service, give effective consular protection to British nationals and, through our aid program, reduce the number of Chinese people living in extreme poverty.
 
 American Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of United States in Beijing, China
Xiu Shui Bei Jie 3, 100600
•           City: Beijing
Phone: 0086-10-65323431
Fax: 0086-10-65323178
Website: http://beijing.usembassy-china.org.cn/
Email: AmCitBeijing@state.gov
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30-4:40
 
 American Consulate in Chengdu, China
Consulate General of United States in Chengdu, China
No. 4 Lingshiguan Road
Chengdu, Sichuan, PRC 610041
China
•           City: Chengdu
Phone: (28) 8558-3992, 8558-9642
Fax: (28) 8558-3520
Website: http://chengdu.usconsulate.gov
Email: consularchengdu@state.gov
 
 American Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of United States in Guangzhou, China
No. 1 Shamian Street South
Guangzhou 510133
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: 020-8121-8000
Fax: 020-8121-9001
Website: http://guangzhou.usconsulate.gov
 
 American Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate General of United States in Shanghai, China
1469 Huai Hai Zhong Road
(Near Wulumuqi Nan Lu)
200031
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86) 21-6433-6880
Fax: (+86) 21-6433-4122
Website: http://shanghai.usembassy-china.org.cn/
Email: ShanghaiIRC@state.gov
 
 American Consulate in Shenyang, China
Consulate General of United States in Shenyang, China
52, 14th Wei Road
Heping District,
110003 China
•           City: Shenyang
Phone: [86] (24) 2322-1198
Fax: [86] (24) 2322-1942
Website: http://shenyang.usconsulate.gov
Email: xiaob@state.gov
 
 American Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of United States in Hong Kong, China
26 Garden Road,
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2523-9011
Fax: (852) 2845-1598
Website: http://hongkong.usconsulate.gov
Email: information_resource_center_hk@yahoo.com
 
 Uruguayan Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Uruguay in Beijing, China
1-11-2, TaYuan Office Building for Diplomats
14 Liang Ma He Nan Lu
Chao Yang District 100600 Beijing
P.R.China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-6532 4445
Fax: (+86) 10 6532 7375
Email: urubei@public.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: 09:00 - 17:00
 
 Uruguayan Consulate in Shanghai, China
Consulate of Uruguay in China
300 Huai Hai Zhong RD, Unit 2403 Hong Kong New World Tower
•           City: Shanghai
Phone: (+86-21) 63353521, 63353927
Fax: (+86-21) 63353741
Email: conurushang@conurushang.com
 
 Uruguayan Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate of Uruguay in Hong Kong, China
30/F, Entertainment Building, 30 Queen's Road, Central
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (+852) 21680832
Email: Afreris@pacific.net.hk
 
 Uzbekistani Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Uzbekistan in Beijing, China
No. 11, Bei Xiao Jie, San Li Tun
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +86-10-6532 6305 / +86-10-6532 2551
Fax: +86-10-6532 6304
Email: embassy@uzbekistan.cn
 
 Ni-Vanuatu Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Vanuatu in Beijing, China
3-1-11 San Li Tun Diplomatic Compound
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86) (10) 6532 0337
Fax: (+86) (10) 6532 0336
Website: http://www.vanuatuembassy.org.cn/english/eng.asp
Email: info@vanuatuembassy.org.cn, vanuatuembassybj@yahoo.com.cn
 
 Venezuelan Embassy in Beijing, China
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Embassy in Beijing, China
14, Sanlitun Road 100600
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: +8610 6532 1295 or 6532 3654 or 6532 2694
Fax: +8610 6532 3817
Website: http://www.venezuela.org.cn
Email: embvenez@public.bta.net.cn
 
 Venezuelan Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Consulate General in Hong Kong
Suite 5405, Central Plaza
18 Harbour Road, Wanchai
Hong Kong SAR
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2730 8099
Fax: (852) 2736 6519
Website: http://www.embavenez-us.org/_sanfrancisco/
Email: dep.comercial@consulvehk.org
Office Hours: Hours of service to the public: 09:00 am - 1:30 pm Monday thru Friday Internal office hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
 
 Vietnamese Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Vietnam in Beijing, China
No. 32, Guang Hua Lu, Jian Guo Men Wai
Postal Code: 100600
Beijing, China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10) 6532 1155 / 6532 1125/ (86-10) 6532 11
Fax: (86-10) 6532 5720/ (86-10) 6532 57
Email: suquanbk@yahoo.com
 
 Vietnamese Consulate in Guangzhou, China
Consulate General of Vietnam in Guangzhou, China
Hotel Landmark B building north 2nd floor
Qiaoguang rd (Haizhu square), Guangzho,
•           City: Guangzhou
Phone: 83305910-11
Fax: (86)138 296 7900
Website: http://www.vietnamconsulate-guangzhou.org/vi/
Email: tlsq.quangchau@mofa.gov.vn
 
 Vietnamese Consulate in Kun Ming, China
Consulate General of Vietnam in Kunming, China
No. 507, HongTa Mansion
1 No. 155 Beijing Road, Kunming, China
Zip Code: 65001
Kun Ming, China
650011
•           City: Kun Ming
Phone: +0086 871-3522669
Fax: + 0086 871-3516667
Website: http://www.vietnamconsulate-kunming.org/en
Email: tlsqcm@yahoo.com
 
 Vietnamese Consulate in Nanning, China
Consulate General of Vietnam in Nanning, China
1ST floor, Touzi Dasha
109 Minzu Avenue
Nanning, China
•           City: Nanning
Phone: +0086-871-3522669
Fax: + 0086-871-3516667
Website: http://www.vietnamconsulate-nanning.org/en
Email: tlsqcm@yahoo.com
 
 Vietnamese Consulate in Hong Kong, China
Consulate General of Vietnam in Hong Kong, China
15/F, Great Smart Tower
230 Wan Chai Road
Wan Chai
Hong Kong, China
•           City: Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2591 4517 / 2591 4510
Fax: (852) 2591 4524 / 2591 4539
Website: http://www.vietnamconsulate-hongkong.org
Email: tlsqhk@mofa.gov.vn
 
 Yemeni Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Yemen
5 Dong San Jie
San Li Tun
Beijing 100600
P.R. of China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86-10) 65321688 / 65321558 / 65321210 / 65321792
Fax: (+86-10) 65324305
 
 Zambian Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Zambia in China
5 Dong Si Jie San Li Tun,
Chaoyang District, Beijing,
100600, P.R. China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (86-10) 6532-1554 /65321778 /65322058
Fax: (+86-10) 65321891
Website: http://www.zambiaembassy-beijing.com
Email: zamem@public.bta.net.cn
Office Hours: Operation hours The Embassy is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
 
 Zimbabwean Embassy in Beijing, China
Embassy of Zimbabwe in China
No. 7, Dong San Jie, Sanlitun
Beijing,
China
•           City: Beijing
Phone: (+86)10 6532 3795, 6532 3665, 6532 3397, 6532 5381, 6532 5382
Fax: (+86-10) 65325383
Email: zimbei@sina.net

Phone Lines

China has almost 300 million telephone lines in use and houses over a billion mobile phone subscribers, all on country code 86. The telecommunications in the country are vast and have seen over 300 million text messages get sent every year.

Internet

With the country’s domain name as .cn, there are three ISPs in the country with over half a billion subscribers and over 13.5 million hosts. Of these half billion subscribers over 365 million of them utilize a Broadband connection and there is estimated to be over 53 billion computers in the country at roughly four per person.

Recently due to the new building work around the country, the nation’s ISP’s have taken the opportunity to begin laying fibre optic cables to increase the average broadband speed from the current speed at 1mb/s.  

It is important to note that most forms of social media and most video viewing websites in China are banned and blocked by the ISPs.

Communications

There are an estimated 450 million Radios in China and the country hosts its own radio stations on AM 369, FM 259 and Shortwave 45. Television companies number over 360 and broadcast stations are at around 3500, but within the country’s population itself, around 500 million TV’s are owned. 

Weather & Climate

China’s landscape is far and wide, varying greatly across the region from tropical beaches to dense forest and jungle life as well as large deserts and huge glaciers plateaus on mountain tops. The wildlife is considered some of the most diverse in the world with creatures such as the Giant Panda, the country’s icon, within its boundaries.

This huge variation in landscape, fauna and flora is reflective of the even wider variety of weather conditions and climate in the region, with the northern lands dropping down to -52.3 degrees Centigrade (-62.1 degrees Fahrenheit) during the winter months and the southern lands rising as high as 50.2 degrees Centigrade (122.4 degrees Fahrenheit) during the summer months. Sunshine duration varies too, with less than 1100 hours a year in parts of Sichuan and Chongqing to over 3400 hours in Qinghai. Typically speaking, the further north you are, the sunnier yet colder it will be. Meanwhile the rainfall over the region tends to be shifted a little with the south-east receiving as high as 1500mm of rain a year whilst the north-west tends to receive less than 100mm a year.

Holidays

All over China there are popular tourist hotspots and vacation destinations, below we look at some of the top hotels across the country:

The Emperor Beijing Forbidden City has been decked out with a smooth modern style featuring vibrant colours, clean whites and gorgeously suave curves all over. It entails a twenty-four-hour butler service for each and every room and includes a rooftop restaurant full of stunning views.

Built into Beijing’s World Trade Centre Complex, the Shangri-la China World Summit Wing overlooks the entire city and utilizes a strong contemporary style inspired by traditional Victorian décor and colour schemes. The hotel also includes a twenty-four-hour gym, a spa and four restaurants.

The SSAW Hotel in Shanghai has been placed perfectly within the heart of the city and is just a few minutes’ walk away from Yu Garden, the local metro station, the Bund and Lujiazui Financial District. The rooms each feature a usual western style but the lobbies are decorated with a much more dedicated Asian style.

Gateway to Xintiandi in Shanghai, also known as the city’s entertainment centre, the Langham Xintiandi features a delectable delicatessen, Chuan Spa and a twenty-five-meter indoor pool, the hotel has been rated five stars numerous times for a reason. Guests can enjoy highly modern yet simply styled rooms for a touch of class during their stay. 

Meanwhile in Guangzhou, the Oakwood Premier holds spa treatments, a semi-sheltered pool and a twenty-four-hour gym within its walls as well as a private sauna and free internet for its many rooms. The hotel has a beautiful view of the city and each room features full kitchen facilities, a flat screen TV and a living room. 

Five-stars and located in the city centre, the Four Seasons Hotel in Guangzhou features an indoor pool, hot tubs and seven different options for dinner. Each room has been fitted with free Wi-Fi and a smooth style, complete with contrasting vibrant colours and a dedicated Asian motif.

The Shenzhen Kaili Hotel has been designed for high class and provides a luxury-level spa service, free high-speed internet and several entertainment options including access to its very own Gold Coast Spa Club, allowing the use of the sauna, water jet massages and one of several steam baths.

Also based in Shenzhen is the Ritz-Carlton and the hotel speaks volumes of luxurious living, including an outdoor pool and seven dining options, as well as a beautifully rich style and contemporary décor. Each room features a large flat-screen satellite TV and a DVD player as well as a minibar and a free daily paper.

Featuring a fitness center, free parking and free internet access Citadines Central Xi’an is located in the heart of the city and entails many modern lobbies with a distinctive Asian décor motif. The rooms themselves come with laundry and dry cleaning services as well as a kitchenette and a cable TV.

Sofitel Xian On Renmin Square has been designed with a unique contemporary style in mind. The rooms are incredibly spacious and have been stylized for a sense of clarity and peace, ensuring you’ll always have a good night’s sleep. The hotel also features three bars and four restaurants and easy access to Xianyang International Airport and Xian Station. 

Although bringing children to China isn’t usually a problem, the culture shock can be a huge factor on how easy it is to raise them within the country, this changes based on their age:

Finding domestic help to look after recent births isn’t difficult, most expats with young children have at least one person working part time as an Ayi (Auntie) who typically cooks, cleans, does laundry and takes care of children & pets. However, despite domestic help being in abundance, there’s a strong lack of equipment to help with child-rearing in the country, this includes but is not limited to public diaper-changing stations, restaurant high chairs, elevators not conductive to strollers and an incompatibility between public transportation and child car seats.

Pre-schoolers will have a much easier time in China than their younger variants, able to pick up a secondary language with incredible ease and simplicity while still being able to find child rides and cheap toys on nearly every corner. The only problem is during potty-training, since it’s already a nightmare for adults to find bathrooms in the country, for a pre-schooler it’s even more intimidating.

Primary school children and teenagers share much of the same problems, a difficulty in finding music from their homeland, clothes fitted to their body shapes and tastes (especially during puberty for girls), and the break in communication between old friends from back home. The other problem that parents can struggle with is the ease of access to alcohol due to a lack of a minimum drinking age in the country, on the plus side the drug-scene in China is incredibly scarce and compared to the West it’s barely active.

Pets can be incredibly easy or impossible to import into the country dependant on what sort of animal you are bringing in, for example; birds, rodents, ferrets, rabbits, snakes and fish are not allowed to be imported but cats can be imported without registration with the Chinese authorities. Dogs, however, need to be registered upon arrival and require a yearly fee of CNY 1,000 to 2,000 dependant on where you are living (the city centre is typically more expensive). It is important to mention that only Z type (Employment) VISA holders are allowed to import pets and only one pet per Z type VISA holder.

Typically upon arrival within the country, the animal will be held in quarantine for seven days, if it is approved as healthy after this time then you will be able to pay the basic CNY 1,000 fee and collect your pet, although typically it will have to be quarantined at home for a further twenty-three days following collection.
All imported pets require the following:

  • A Vaccination Record (Rabies, Cat Flu and Feline Encephalitis, as applicable, no less than 30 days before your departure to China and no more than one year prior to entry).
  • An International Health Certificate (dated less than 14 days prior to arrival and including all information concerning its name, species and breed, age, weight (and height for dogs), gender and a statement that the pet is vaccinated and healthy).
  • A copy of the owner’s passport, arrival date and flight number (please note that the owner’s name in the Vaccination Record and Health Certificate must be the same as their legal name in their passport).
All dogs must be licensed yearly and be registered with the local police department and this is vital as the police are cracking down on unlicensed dogs. If your dog is confiscated due to lacking a license then you may not be able to have your dog returned, even after paying the fine. For this you will require:
  • A copy of your Home’s Rent Contract or Property Certificate.
  • A one-inch colour photo of the owner.
  • A three-inch, side-on, colour photo of the full body of the dog.
  • A copy of your Passport.
  • A copy of your Working Permit.
  • A copy of your Residence Permission.
All dogs must be kept on-leash at all times, if your dog is found off-leash then it can be seized but there are some parks typically outside of the cities where, provided proof of licensing is shown upon entry, your dog can run free. Additionally, some parts of the cities require dogs to wear muzzles and it is recommended if your dog is prone to jumping at people, since just a single complaint can see confiscation. 

Despite a lack of licensing needed for cats in the country, it is strongly advised not to let your cats roam outside as, especially in the city centres, it is extremely common for cats to be stolen and processed for food, fur or just to be poisoned. We advise you to keep your cats indoors with the windows closed. 

It is also important to mention that if you are taking any animal to a vet then you should ask for a Western-standard training certificate as non-overseas trained vets do not have the same medical care standards as those in the West. 

All Chinese citizens are required by law to attend school for at least nine years with government provided primary institutions for six-to-eleven-year-olds and up as well as secondary institutions for twelve-to-eighteen-year-olds, although this can vary a little by province. 

The region has also seen impressive results through its education system, since the 1950’s the country has successfully dropped its illiteracy rates in the young and middle-ages population from 80% down to 5%, also, today over 99% of all children in the country attend primary school and over 94% of all teenagers attend secondary school. It’s known that Asian academics are incredibly dedicated to their work and are known worldwide for their discipline and determination. It is due to these factors that Chinese students from Shanghai achieved the best results in mathematics, science and reading to date. 

Additionally, investment in the education sector has been increased drastically within recent years and by 2020 the Ministry of Education aims to drop both illiteracy and semi-illiteracy rates below 3% and increase average schooling duration from 8 years to 11. 

To teach in China you’ll need a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, ideally in line with what is being taught but not necessarily, at least two years of experience, be a native English speaker, have a teaching certificate and have a CRB/Police Check.

A CEFL, TEFL, Delta or other certificates are not considered to be full teaching qualifications but will go towards you during your application if you have them.

Make sure to make good use of our guide on VISA & Work Permit Restrictions

Living costs in China are incredibly cheap and you’ll find that money is easily conserved within this country. For example, a meal at a restaurant will cost you between CNY 20.00-70.00 (about $3.30-11.60 or £2.00-7.10), a litre of water costs around CNY 6.60 (about $1.10 or £0.70), 500kg of bread costs around CNY 10.30 ($1.70 or £1.00), a litre of milk costs about CNY 12.80 ($2.10 or £1.30) and twelve eggs costing around CNY 11.70 ($1.90 or £1.20).

Monthly rent is just as cheap in the city centre and even cheaper outside of there, in the city centre a one-bedroom apartment will cost you around CNY 3700 ($610 or £380) whilst outside of the city you’ll be paying CNY 2100 ($350 or £210), a three-bedroom apartment is also reflective of this, with the city centre costing around CNY 8100 ($1300 or £820) and outside the city centre being around CNY 4600 ($760 or £470). 

Although there is an abundance of clubs, organizations, sporting groups and societies within the country, due to the social media controls these groups do not typically have any form of online presence. 

Present throughout the region, China’s crime rate is somewhat high but still lower than many major cities and developed nations. The most common forms of crime in the region are black marketeering, human trafficking, money laundering, drug trafficking, fraud, corruption and circulation of fake currencies.

Numbers include $50 billion smuggled out of the country by corrupt officials between 1978 and 2003, 106,000 public officials in China being convinced of corruption in 2009, 300,000 illegal small arms being seized within the country in 1996 and an estimated 20,000 people being trafficked each year in and out of the country.

Emergency Numbers

Police – 110
Firefighters – 119
Ambulance – 120
Traffic Accident Relief – 122
Private Ambulances – 999