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This statue is in Heihe (黑河), Heilongjiang, China, on a riverside promenade on the south side of the Amur River, opposite the Russian city of Blagoveshchensk to the north. Here's a random visitor's album of other sights in the vicinity, and here are a few more views of the statue: http://www.qyhbds.com/Product/xiaoyuandiaosu/3068.html ...


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American here--when we first started going to China there was no such requirement. Since they have put that requirement in we have been told by travel agents (at the time the way to get the visa) that we weren't going to need flight information (hotel information has always been irrelevant, we stay with relatives) and we never submitted it (and half the ...


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Canadian here that went to China. They denied my visa application until I bought plane tickets and reserved a place to stay. I got my visa the second time around though. While in Beijing, I stayed with a person that processes the tourist visas. She said they typically shred them/don't do much with the information.


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The accepted answer has been overtaken by events. At this point US citizens get 10-year multi-entry visas. Unfortunately, they are $140 and you either apply in person or hire a visa agency to do so--there is no mail service. (Both of these restrictions are tit-for-tat, don't expect them to change other than possibly for the worse.) I was issued a 60 ...


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There are at least four separate problems here. The following answer is speculative, but short of somebody working in Chinese immigration chiming in, you're unlikely to get a better answer. Problem 1: Will the airline let you leave the US with a Chinese passport? Likely answer: yes. In my experience, the US and its airlines understands the concept of ...


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No (Unless you are a resident of Malaysia and can proof so). You should apply in Australia or your country of residence. The Malaysia site of VisaForChina has a step-by-step guide and when you complete that you will find a list of requirements: (3) Proof of legal status (applicable for those not applying for the visa in their country of citizenship) ...


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I used China Visa Service Center two or three times. Excellent service.



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