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Asked by Patrick | Jan. 11, 2013 04:18
About:China Embassy in Canada

Entry into China on Multiple Entry Visa

I am a Canadian currently in Seoul Korea.

I am planning on flying to Vancouver, applying for my multiple-entry Chinese visa, then flying back to Seoul. From here I will have a round trip ticket for Seoul-Shanghai/Shanghai/Seoul booked.

Is this itinerary possible? Will I be able to enter China from Korea? Or, must I enter China from Canada?

Answers (1)
Answered by Lori | Jan. 11, 2013 21:36
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Yes, it is possible. You can enter from Korea, or any country if you have valid Chinese visa.
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