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NEW Picture Requirements for China Visa applicants

Passport 2″x2″ style/type photo. Must have clear and bright white background, no smiling or showing teeth or Embassy will reject the documents. See new Photo below:

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China long holiday is set to entice travelers in China

China is set to have a long holiday schedule in the end part of September until first week of October this year. Everyone is enjoined to check out their calendars and be prepared to enjoy an extended time of relaxation by the end of this month. The country will be celebrating the Mid-autumn day on September 30 and National days from October 1-7. The China Tourism Academy released a report last Tuesday, Sept. 11 that the country is set to have a tourism boom in the coming long holidays. A 24% increase from last year is set to hit which is about $28.4 billion. Read more »

Something To Know About China

About China

Great Wall Of ChinaChina’s official name is “The People’s Republic of China” (PRC). It has the most population in the world (over 1.3 billion) and the world’s 2nd largest country in terms of land area. Its land area is about 9.6 million square kilometers. It has a total of over 22 provinces, 5 autonomous regions, 4 municipalities and 2 special administrative regions; the Hongkong and Macau. China is also the world’s leading investor in renewable energy technologies. It is also regarded as one of the world’s five remaining Communist states (the others are Vietnam, North Korea, Laos and Cuba).
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China Interesting Facts | Chinese | Ancient | Geography | History

Best China Interesting Facts

Chinese Visa Express.com makes efforts to please our customers. Not only do we focus on the big things, but we take into
consideration the little things, such as providing our customers who will be traveling to China with a little bit of amazing facts about China to help our customers understand the unique and interesting Chinese Ancient Facts. It lets our customers land in China with a little piece of mind about the China culture and History of China. We took our time to make this page and provide some China Interesting Facts and just some facts about China in general. The China country information come from many different sources. Read on and enjoy the uniqueness of your future destination!

China Ancient, History, Religion, Culture, Economic Facts & More

Here are some facts that you may be interested in. Some Chinese geography facts are that China is a very diverse land
including deserts, mountains and fertile river basins. Much of western China is mountains with the Himalaya, Tian and Pamir ranges. Western China also has a large desert. Central China consists of mountainous regions. Rivers also play a major role in China, both for transportation and for irrigation. Much of the northern wheat fields and southern rice fields are irrigated from rivers. Chinese history facts / China Ancient Facts are that the early Chinese civilization written language is estimated to be close to 4000 years old. China was gathered into a country by Qin Shi Huang by conquering various kingdoms in
221 BC. The Roman Empire existed at this time. The last Emperor ruled until 1912. Chinese religion facts include: Chinese religious beliefs are wide-ranging and eclectic, deriving from several religious
traditions (Chinese folk religion, Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism). But several religious concepts are characteristic of general Chinese religious thought. Chinese religion is generally dualistic, emphasizing the two opposed and complimentary principles of the universe: yin and yang.

Chinese Travel Tips and Etiquette

Chinese people are inherently shy and modest. They do not display emotion and feelings in public and find speaking bluntly unnerving. Most couples never even hold hands when walking in public. For the most part, Chinese people never hug or kiss in public. The most public display seen when saying hello or goodbye is generally a handshake. It is common to see two females, or even two males walking down the street hand in hand. Most visitors to China cannot understand it and assume they are a couple. In China only truly close friends hold hands, but two friends of the opposite sex cannot hold hands. Chinese people like people the world over love to laugh and Chinese people have excellent senses of humor, but sexual and political subjects are
strictly avoided. In many parts of China, people have never seen a Westerner outside of movies and television, so when traveling to more underdeveloped areas, chances are you will get stared at. It is nothing more than harmless curiosity. It is considered rude to take photos of people without
their consent. In some of the more touristy areas, the locals have gotten used to it, but it is still a good idea to get permission before taking a photo.

Gesture with your camera with a big smile on your face will usually get you the photo you want. If using a digital camera show them the photo you just took. This works well particularly with children who will find seeing themselves in the photo very exciting and many others will then pose for you to be able to see them in your camera.

China Travel Tips and Etiquette

Chinese people are inherently shy and modest. They do not display emotion and feelings in public and find speaking bluntly unnerving. Most couples never even hold hands when walking in public. For the most part, Chinese people never hug or kiss in public. The most public display seen when saying hello or goodbye is generally a handshake. It is common to see two females, or even two males walking down the street hand in hand. Most visitors to China cannot understand it and assume they are a couple. In China only truly close friends hold hands, but two friends of the opposite sex cannot hold hands. Chinese people like people the world over love to laugh and Chinese people have excellent senses of humor, but sexual and political subjects are strictly avoided. In many parts of China, people have never seen a Westerner outside of movies and television, so when traveling to more underdeveloped areas, chances are you will get stared at. It is nothing more than harmless curiosity. It is considered rude to take photos of people without their consent. In some of the more touristy areas, the locals have gotten used to it, but it is still a good idea to get permission before taking a photo. Gesture with your camera with a big smile on your face will usually get you the photo you want. If using a digital camera show them the photo you just took. This works well particularly with children who will find seeing themselves in the photo very exciting and many others will then pose for you to be able to see them in your camera.

China Visa Processing

As one of the major Internet powers in the world, China is willing to work with the United States to advance the development of information technology and fight cyber crime, said Qian Xiaoqian, vice-minister of the State Internet Information Office of China, during his speech at the 5th US-China Internet Industry Forum in Washington on Wednesday.

“China and the United States have common interests and responsibilities either in promoting Internet development or in defending cyberspace security,” said Qian.

“The Internet should become a bridge for the two countries to boost mutual respect, mutual benefit and win-win results, and also a positive factor to further the China-US relations.”

He suggested the two sides should respect each other and deepen mutual understanding, promote pragmatic cooperation and fight cyber crime and defend cyberspace security.

On important issues, such as the equitable utilization of global cyber resources, the formulation of cyberspace governance rules and the restriction on a cyberspace arm race, “the two countries should not only strengthen bilateral consultation, and also jointly play active roles within the framework of the United Nations mechanism”, Qian said.

The annual forum, which has been hosted by Microsoft Corp and the Internet Society of China since 2007, is recognized as an important platform for bilateral dialogue in the Internet field.

During the two-day event, which concluded on Thursday, the participants exchanged ideas on the social responsibilities of Internet service providers, development of social-networking sites, Internet governance and cyberspace security.