Obviously APNIC can't give out Visa advice, we just aren't qualified to
do it. However, if you have an Australian passport, you might want to
http://au.china-embassy.org/eng/ site. The visa info is
It might also be worth taking a look at the China page on
For those with other than Australian passports.
The APNIC 28 meeting website http://meetings.apnic.net/28/beijing/visas
Lists the official Chinese Government web site
You can also try http://www.embassyworld.com/ which might help you find
the local China Embassy in your part of the region.
If anybody has specific problems you can also contact APNIC on
[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>.
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Skeeve Stevens wrote:
> OK all,
> This was not clear at Manilla.
> Should we be applying for Tourist Visa’s or Business Visa’s.
> If business, do we have a general invitation letter from APNIC/CNNIC
> available to use?
> Sorry if these are simple questions, I’ve never been to mainland China
> and I want to make sure that if I choose Tourist, then someone isn’t
> going to throw me out of the country if I attend a work conference.
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