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Asked by Ms.Jules | Sep. 22, 2009 00:55
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Currently, is there a requirement that a person needs to get a Chinese visa in their home country? I am traveling right now, and would like to get a visa in either KL or Singapore. Is this possible?

Any advice/thoughts are much appreciated!

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.Morton | Sep. 22, 2009 01:37
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I also noticed such info. somewhere that applicants are asked to apply for China vis ain their home country, but I haven't found any notice on the embassy's official website.
To make sure, you can confirm this with the China embassy in KL or singapore.
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