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Dealing with Emergencies
However, in case of you not being able to get assistance from your travel advisor, we also provide some hints on how to deal with emergencies with your own effort. >> more
Customs Regulations
Entry: Tourists must fill out a baggage declaration form (in two copies) and hand it in to customs, retaining the carbon to show upon exit. Personal belongings >> more
Women Travelers
In general, foreign women are unlikely to suffer serious sexual harassment in China. Police tend to investigate crimes against foreigners more closely than they do crimes against locals, and more severe penalties are often imposed. >> more
Traveling with Kids
If you're visiting China with children, make sure you follow these quick tips and your trip will be easy and fun for both you and your kids. >> more
Chinese Public Holidays
A public holiday in China is a holiday normally recognized by Chinese law makers and is usually a non-working day throughout the year. The public holidays in China usually are days to celebrate an event, similar to the anniversary of a historical celebration. >> more
Chinese Etiquette
1. BanquetsYou don't have to eat everything (you can't possibly anyway; there will be too much food). But try a little of every dish by putting some on your p >> more
Avoiding Tourist Traps
WHERE: A (mostly) legal and very popular and long-running scam. Especially popular in the tourist-friendly parts of Beijing (like Wangfujing shopping district and Houhai Lake nightlife district) and Shanghai (Nanjing Road shopping district and adjacent Peoples’ Park). Solo male travelers are the suckers of choice. >> more
Shopping in China
If you feel like shopping, then you'll find China is a shopper's paradise. You may need to ask the right questions to find the kind of venue or experience you are looking for. Be prepared to barter. Learn some Chinese or take someone Chinese along with you. >> more
Chinese Visa FAQ
Do I need a visa to visit mainland China? Non-Chinese who visit China are generally required to apply for a visa before departure while some nationalities do not, such as passport holders from Singapore, Japan and Brunei enjoy visa-free access for maximum 15 days. >> more
Chinese visa
The Chinese visa is a permit issued by a visa authority of China in accordance with the laws and regulations of China to a foreigner for entry into, exit from or transit through the territory of China. The Chinese Visa Authorities issue Diplomatic Visa, Courtesy Visa, Service Visa or Ordinary Visa to a foreigner according to his or her status, purpose of visit and type of passport. >> more

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