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There are fewer flights/itineraries. Chinese authorities have imposed a strict policy regarding international flights with quotas and circuit-breakers ("Five Ones Policy", article on this from Chinese Wikipedia). The number of seats is also limited to 75% of ordinary capacity. Under "Five Ones Policy", for most international routes, one ...


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Not really, probably because almost all China Railway trains require a reservation under your real name and a pass really doesn't make anything more convenient. Some suburban lines used mainly for commuting now allow riding without a reservation, but the vast majority of trains require reservations. So a pass wouldn't really help out in this case, because it ...


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I mean, yes, the sources you cited are generally right. I'm speaking from experience here, so I don't have data, but I believe my experience to be generally reliable. For long distances, there are a lot (I mean a LOT) of discounts on flights, but hardly any for the railways. I picked a random date and a random pair of large cities that are quite far away ...


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Look it up on https://covid19.trackvaccines.org/vaccines/. E.g., currently, for Sinovac: CoronaVac , it is approved in 25 countries: Albania Azerbaijan Brazil Cambodia Chile China Colombia Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Hong Kong Indonesia Lao People's Democratic Republic Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Panama Philippines Thailand ...


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