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Asked by Mr.roger from smith | Oct. 04, 2009 23:20
About:China Embassy in Japan

Im a British citizen working in japan, on a 1 year work visa, im planning to go to england on holiday. the flight has a stopover in hongkong for 2 hours. do i need to get a chinese visa?

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Answered by Mr.Bill | Oct. 06, 2009 00:58
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You don't need a visa for the stopover in Hong Kong. British citizens are exempt from a visa to Hong Kong for up to 180 days.
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