Conference participants may need a Chinese visa to enter China. Participants could check whether they need a visa to enter China on the local Chinese embassy or consulate website.
Foreign travelers, who meet the Visa Waiver Program requirements, may be able to visit China for business (e.g. attending a scientific conference) or tourism for 30 days or less without a visa. To avoid uncertainty, other participants should start the visa application process at the Chinese embassy or consulate in the region where they live as early as possible. It is strongly recommended that all conference participants who need a visa to come to China to start the visa application process at least 1 month before the planned travel dates.
Necessary materials to apply for Chinese Visa
Click here to find the categories description of Chinese visa and the necessary materials you shall prepare before the submission of visa application if you will need a Chinese visa to enter China.
For more information and full details of Chinese visa applications, please contact the local Chinese embassy or consulate in your country.
If you need a letter of invitation from this conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following information:
1) Your full name as it appears in your visa.
2) Your date of birth, gender, nationality, passport number.
3) Your institution name and address.
4) Your position at your institution.
5) Your tentative travel dates(including arrival and departure).
No.1539 Huaxia East Road Pudong New Area Shanghai China
No.1478 Huaxia East Road Pudong New Area Shanghai China
No.758 Miaojing Road Pudong New Area Shanghai China
No.463 Wangqiao Road, Chuansha, Pudong New Area Shanghai China
No.1159 Chuanhuan South Road, Chuansha town, Pudong New Area Shanghai China
Dr. Qing Xie
SPST-8-302, No. 393 of Middle HuaXia Road, Pudong District, Shanghai, China
Dr. Xianping Liu
No.4800 Cao'an Road, Jiading District, Shanghai, China
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