I need some help! I have applied for Business Visa for short term internship in China. For 3 months
and my application is deficient for following work Permit. There are two types of work permit in China:
1. One year Work Permit – To apply for this kind of work permit, the applicant must have at least two years working experience.
2. Short Term Work Permit (3 months) – This is the new policy starting to be implemented from Jan 30, 2015. The government official at Labor Bureau said currently only models or actors/actress who perform in China for a short period of time could apply for short term work permit.
I am a student and I neither have experience for 2 years nor I fall in actor category , in such a
Case, what should I do as I have a job in hand in china but there is problem for visa as per new
visa rules implemented from Jan 30, 2015. Pl guide
I'll be travelling to Yunnan in early April, going through Kunming, Dali, Lijiang and 2 days at Tiger Leaping Gorge.
I've heard all sorts of things from the friends i'm travelling with around the innoculations they're injecting (Rabies, Typhoid, maybe Hep A/B..) and the tablets they're taking (Malaria and the russian roulette of side effects).
I may be going out on a limb here, but is this all rather dramatic when I'm spending 2 days in a 'rural' location (Tiger Leaping Gorge) and staying at decent guesthouses/inns for the rest of the trip? Maybe it's the thought of Yunnan being exotic, or am I being far too lax in my own attitude to health, given my itinerary and April travel date?
any thoughts welcome!
Hello, everyone. I am a Canadian and now on my business trip in China. As my business activities will be done ahead of time, I want to enjoy some beautiful scenery of China. Some friends on my facebook recommended Jiuzhaigou for me. And others recommended many other places. I don't know which one should I choose. Does anyone has travel experience in Jiuzhaigou?
I'd really like some feed back re travelling to China in April. It appears the weather may be cooler than what I was expecting? I'm planning to take CNY currency with me but am unsure as to whether I should also take $US as well. The CNY cannot be loaded onto my Travel Debit Card but $US can. I'm travelling from Australia. If you can think of any other tips please feel free to let me know!
Thanks ... KoalaB
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