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    Visa for China

    I have to travel to China for 7-10 days in early January. I am on an Aussie passport coming from Oz.

    I will be going on business but wonder if it would be less hassle just to get a tourist visa.

    Can anyone please advise?

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    Las time I went to Shanghai on business I went on a tourist visa. much easier but that was in 2005.

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    Last time I went was in 2014. I needed to show a hotelreservation. If that's booked by a company, you can't go on a tourist visa
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    Cheers guys, I am making my own reservations so I may just opt for the tourist visa. Should be less hassle.

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    ^ Are you sure that is possible? I have worked in China quite a lot and bringing people in was something of a nightmare without he correct paperwork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportwo View Post
    ^ Are you sure that is possible? I have worked in China quite a lot and bringing people in was something of a nightmare without he correct paperwork.
    Correct, so tourist visa is the way to go.
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