After some searching, I could not find an answer to this on the People's Republic of China Embassy to the UK website.
But I was able to find this question in the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section of the Chinese consulate in Los Angeles:
I have got a new passport but my valid visa is in my previous passport. Can I use the two passports to enter ...
Well, from Wikivoyage:
1 DaDongHai (BigEastSea) (大东海; Dadonghai) (From the airport, take bus
nr. 8.). The main "foreigner area" (especially Russian -- in visitors
and signage, there is little English here!) Dadonghai is an easily
accessible, beautiful beach -- and tourist/laowai haven. It has a good
balance between development and natural beauty. ...
For major/popular locations such as the Beijing Airport/attractions within Beijing it's really not a big deal. The officials aren't going to look at your application, assume by your wrong selection of county for the airport that you mean to do harm to national security, and reject your application. It's more relevant for times when you are visiting a large ...
This may well be one of those 'laws' or rules that is ultimately unenforceable. There are so many mobile phones entering China daily in tourists' pockets, all of which are able to use GPS. I imagine most tourists open up Google Maps (or at least try to), and the more prepared might use OpenStreetMaps (I have several friends who have used it there).
The check in and check out dates are supposed to be on different rows on the form is probably the right answer. I'm posting what got me a visa/worked for me as well.
I used Preview on a Mac to insert text for the check in and check out dates for a single address. E.g
2019-01-01 to 2019-01-14
for the date cell; I used the form for the address side. No ...
The check in and check out dates are supposed to be on different rows on the form.
This is to ensure you can check in and out of different places with over lapping dates for example:
Check in at hotel 1 day 1
Check in at hotel 2 day 2
Check out at hotel 1 day 3
You get the picture, this is not very common but the form handles all types of travel and stays ...
It is very common for first time visitors to get dual entry 6 month visas if you can show the need for such visa.
The 1 year multiple entry visa is what is normally restricted for first time visitors.
For the photo yes it is all online and you will need to upload a photo to complete the form now.
Once your visa is granted and valid you can change your ...
For a conference combined with vacation a tourist visa is perfectly fine, the rules surrounding business visa and when they are needed changed on July 17 2019 but unless you are looking to actually work here it will not affect you.
There are many circumstances where you can apply visa on demand as well but you have to make sure you pass all the requirements....
With either Filipino or British nationality, you normally need a visa to visit China for business or tourism.
The exceptions are:
Filipino citizens with an APEC Business Travel Card endorsed for China can visit visa-free for up to 60 days.
Both nationalities can get a visa on arrival for tourism at certain Chinese ports, but require pre-approval by the ...