Visa applications rise on release of pent-up demand
Chinese visa applications have witnessed a strong rebound this year, driven by pent-up travel demand after the reopening of international borders and removal of quarantine requirements early this year, according to VFS Global, the world's leading visa application outsourcing and technology service provider.
Exit, entry policies optimized
China will fully restore fast-lane entry and exit services at all ports starting on Monday, facilitating the cross-border travel of Chinese citizens and foreign nationals.
Visa issuing for foreigners will resume
Move by nation praised as further sign that travel and exchanges returning to normal.
Accelerator pressed for recovery of the tourism sector
This major policy decision is a turning point for China's domestic and foreign tourism.
Mainland tour groups to Macao likely to resume in Nov
Chief Executive of Macao Special Administrative Region Ho Iat-seng said on Saturday that the mainland tour groups to Macao are expected to resume in November to revive the city's battered economy.
Countries to relax visa curbs for media workers
China and the United States will permit journalists and other media workers to freely move between both countries on the condition they strictly comply with COVID-19 control protocols.
China eases visa rules for international students
China has eased border entry restrictions for international students and business travelers starting on Wednesday as part of broader steps to facilitate greater cross-border travel and exchanges more than two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
China actively meets reasonable need for cross-border travel
China's immigration authorities will continue to support the business and manufacturing recovery of enterprises and individuals at home and abroad, and to meet the reasonable need for cross-border travel, an official said on Monday.