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Asked by Lisa from New Zealand | Oct. 30, 2017 20:00
About:China Embassy in Fiji

I have a Fijian passport and am living in New Zealand

I want to visit China? Can I apply for my visa in New Zealand?

Answers (2)
Answered by David from San Marino | Oct. 30, 2017 20:29
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Yes, Lisa, you can apply for the Chinese in New Zealand as long as you have valid residence permit or entry permit in there. Don't worry!
Answered by Vik from Hong Kong | Dec. 28, 2017 15:40
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Hello,
If your stay is less than 30 days, you do not require a visa for Mainland China. You do not require a visa for Hong Kong either, as long as your stay doesn't exceed 90 days.
You do need a visa for Macau, but you may aquire it on arrival and it is relatively inexpensive, especially if you opt to visit it through Hong Kong or the Mainland.
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