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China | Tips | Embassy | Consulate
Major Foreign Embassies & Consulates in China: Embassies of foreign countries are in the capital city of China - Beijing. Other big Chinese cities such as Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Chengdu and Shenyang have consulates of many foreign countries and regions. Australia, Embassy of Australia in China Address: No.21, Dongzhimenwai Dajie, San ...
China | Tips | Hotel Description
China's hotel industry can trace its roots to an earlier age of daks and inns, and over the years the hotel industry has been evolving in order to accommodate the needs of a rapidly changing society. Over the last several years, tourism in China has been growing by leaps and bounds in part because of the rapidly improved living standards of people ...
China | Tips | Health & Medical Service
Health is inevitably one of the important things you should always bear in mind either in your life or traveling. You are suggested to have a physical examination to determine whether you have a good or proper health condition to begin your travel. For anyone who have not yet recovered from acute illness, have severe illnesses such as cerebral, vas...
China | Tips | Clothing
Clothing is one of the important things in your preparation. Be sure to answer questions below before making your choices. 1. Have your learned enough info on the climatic feature of the destination city you are going to visit? 2. Have you determine which period (the exact month) your travel itinerary is falling on? Bear in mi...
China | Tips | Time
Time Zone of China Geographically, China covers five time zones (Zhongyuan Time Zone, Longshu Time Zone, Tibet Time Zone, Kunlun Time Zone and Changbai Time Zone). However, the standard times used in Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan Province are the same, for they are all in the same time zone (UTC+8), 8 hours ahead of the Universa...
China | Tips | Chinese Language
Mandarin As one of the six official languages used by UN (United Nations), Chinese now has earned itself greater status in the World. The official language of China is the Mandarin (Standard Chinese), which is the very name of 'Hanyu' or 'Putonghua', belonging to Sino-Tibetan. Putonghua, standard form of modern Chinese, is a parlance in main...
China | Tips | Culture | Custom | Etiquette
Etiquette: China has its own etiquette customs, which may be different from those of westerners’ manners, because of differed cultural and historical views of social decorum. When you travel to China, a better understanding of Chinese etiquette is essential. Handshaking Handshaking: Handshaking is considered formal greeting behavior in...
China | Tips | Language | Names
Chinese people put the family name first, followed by the given name, which is different from westerners’ name system. Interestingly a female covert does not use her husband's family name. The given name usually contains one or two Chinese characters but in order to avoid confusion between namesakes, newly-born babies are now entitled to be given n...
China | Tips | Transportation | Air | Railway | Highway | Waterway
Air China Airlines, whose operations are directly supervised by the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC), always provides a welcoming, safe and high quality service to visitors traveling to China. On both domestic and international air routes, the airlines in China have developed rapidly over the last fifty years. Curren...
China | Tips | Regulations | Entry | Exit | Visa
Visa Foreigners who plan to go to China may register at the travel agencies in their own countries or in China, which will make arrangements for their trips. Tourist may also make arrangements for their trips to China on their own. In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Law of the People's Republic of China on the Control of the Entry...
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