Visa-free entry for visitors

No visa is required for ordinary passport holders from Singapore, Brunei and Japan to visit China for up to 15 days for business, sightseeing, visiting relatives and friends or transit.

Others

Most international visitors are required to obtain tourist (L visas) or Non-commerce visas (F visas) to travel to China. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China maintains a worldwide index of embassies. Some countries have introduced Chinese  Visa Application Service Centers; in some countries specialized  agencies offer rapid hassle-free services to expedite your Chinese visa needs.

Quick Links: Chinese  embassies/centers in AustraliaGermany,  India,  JapanKoreaUKUSA            

Visa Agencies: US/Canada: VisaRite US only: Easy & Express USA

Invitation Letter

If you need an invitation letter for the visa application, please write to Ms. Elaine Xu  (exu@csh-asia.org) with the following information: the meeting title, applicant’s full name, gender, date of  birth, nationality and passport number. Passport expiry date, tentative arrival and departure date

If you need a visa notification issued by the Chinese authority, please write to Ms. Elaine Xu (exu@csh-asia.org) with a scanned copy of your valid  passport and indicate the meeting you are going to attend. The notification  application need around 5 working days.

Attention

1.    Please leave enough time for the entire application procedure.   Chinese consulates will be closed for Chinese holidays.

2.    Usually it’s more convenient and quick to apply for a tourist Visa   than Non-commerce visa to attend our conferences.