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Asked by Murali from India | Nov. 03, 2015 13:45
About:China Embassy in Australia

Australian citizen visiting China for a conference

Hi, I will be visiting PRC for a conference for about 5 days. I am an Australian citizen, living in India and will travel from India to PRC. Do I need a visa? Thanks.

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Answered by Vera from Ireland | Nov. 04, 2015 02:54
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Yes, you need one. Specifically speaking, if the conference is for business purpose, you need to apply for M type. If it's for academic or government affairs, you need to apply for an F type.
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