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Asked by David from Australia | May. 05, 2012 23:00
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Working in China by September (from Korea) without flying back to Sydney

I'll be finishing a work contract in Korea by mid-August and would like to begin working as a teacher in China by early September. I'd prefer to not fly back to Australia if possible to apply for a Chinese work/tourist visa (my ARC also expires in September). Can I get a work or tourist visa from Hong Kong or a south-east Asian city such as Bangkok?Or can I apply for a Chinese visa on a Korean D10 or tourist visa(therefore changing my immigration status in Korea)?Any information would be appreciated.Thank you.

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Answered by Alvin | May. 06, 2012 01:36
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It is easier for you to apply for a China work visa in Hong Kong, through the Office of the Ministry of China Foreign Affairs. Bongkok is also ok.
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