Work and Live in China Blog

If you’re thinking about traveling to China for your next holiday, or even move here for at least a year to teach English as a second language, you probably have lots of questions, such as where in China should you go? Or how much does it cost to live in China? What places to visit? So let us take you on a (virtual) journey with our blog to explore the wonderful country of China.

How to get a Chinese visa
To avoid your China visa being rejected, applicants should figure out the best answers to the questions in the application form. Here are some tips for filling out a Chinese Visa Application Form. Current Occupations and Employer/School Section 1.15 Current Occupations & Section 1.17 Employer/School: If you choose “Self-employed”, do not leave Section 1.17 blank.
Travelling to China 2021
China has launched a vaccination certificate, leaving expats and citizens alike hopeful that they will soon be able to travel freely across borders. The digital certificate is embedded in a QR code that gives information on a carrier’s vaccine status and Covid-19 test results, according to information from China’s Foreign Ministry. Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao
Chinese Covid-19 vaccines
Foreign nationals who have been inoculated with one of the Chinese Covid-19 vaccines can now enter the country via Hong Kong with simplified visa procedures. From March 15, 2021, applicants who have taken one of the Chinese vaccines will no longer need to provide a negative nucleic acid test, a health and travel declaration form
Train Travel in China
China residents will now be able to travel anywhere in China by train without taking a Covid-19 test first, according to reports. Starting today, a negative nucleic acid test is no longer required when traveling by train to and from any region of China, all of which are now considered low-risk. The changes were confirmed

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