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Asked by Ms.chan from France | Apr. 30, 2009 04:45
About:China Embassy in Nepal

I am a Chinese-american, holder of an American passport. I have a one-year multiple entry visa issued to me in Hong Kong. I will be entering China at Shenzhen (from Hong Kong,) then go to Kathmandu via Tibet, then return to China via Tibet. Do I have to apply for ANOTHER Chinese visa for re-entering China thru Tibet? Even though I ALREADY Have a Chinese visa (one-yr-multiple entry) stamped on my passport? Thanks. Vic

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Answered by Ms.Katrina | May. 03, 2009 23:03
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Yes, for visiting Tibet, you must hold a Tibet Travel Permit.
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