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Q: Going to stay in South Korea and head straight to China

So I have an idea for everyone. If you are stuck in your home country, when the China border opens up S. Korea, fly there and then to China. Is it still possible to enter in China again with any Chinese visa?

2 weeks 5 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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There's an article on the front page here saying some schools in Beijing are being allowed to bring their teachers back into the country.

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It's hard to say but it's best to fly in the other city of China to the city of China you are going to. Question is: Where ae you flying from

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This is what I found on the web on your Q:

 

https://www.china-briefing.com/news/chinas-travel-restrictions-due-to-co...

 

It's pretty detailed info on curbs imposed to travel into China ... from near-by countries, Russia and more ... It's dated June 17, 2020 ..

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