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Asked by Mr.ANDYSHUIYAUCHAN from Canada | Aug. 04, 2010 16:45
About:China Embassy in Canada

I have a valid canadian passport and hong kong resident's ID card and home return card. I will be traveling from Toronto to Hong Kong in October. I am thinking to use my HK resident's home return card to get into Shenzhen, then take the plane from Shenzhen to Shanghai for a few days, do I need a visa to fly from Shenzhen to Shanghai? Can I use my home return card to board the plane? Does anyone know? Thank you.

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from China | Aug. 05, 2010 04:49
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Mr.ANDYSHUIYAUCHAN, you can use your HK Resident's Home Return Card to go to Shenzhen, take a flight from Shenzhen to Shanghai and board the plane.
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