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Q: How to travel into China during Covid international travelling control

45 weeks 4 days ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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contact your local Chinese embassy and ask them about travel requriements.

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You should try to book a plane ticket ... to different arrival points in China. HK's airport comes to mind ..

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contact your local Chinese embassy and ask them about travel requriements.

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Its gonna be difficult to find a flight since most airports are closed or operating with minimimim flight operations and tighter controls to minimize the spread .... but your local embassy will be your best guide 

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How to travel to China (from EU) overland ...

 

https://www.journalofnomads.com/travel-overland-europe-asia/

 

Freighter Travel Gets You There Slowly but Surely ...

 

https://www.tripsavvy.com/freighter-travel-and-freighter-cruises-3149748

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The best way to get in at the moment is by wearing a pangolin suit or disguising yourself a peccary penis. First class all the way baby!

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https://lawandborder.com/us-china-flights/

 

Diplomatic Tussle Continues Over U.S.-China Flights

 

China has made some concessions, apparently in response to a June 3 Trump administration order that would bar four Chinese passenger carriers from operating into and out of the U.S. effective June 16.

Four Chinese carriers have maintained flights to and from the U.S. in recent weeks. They are Air China, China Eastern, China Southern and Xiamen. In mid-February, these Chinese carriers were operating 20 flights per week. By mid-march, the number had increased to 34, according to USA Today.

The Trump Administration says its June 3 order was to protest China’s failure to respond to requests by Delta and United to resume flights, which the Administration alleges violates a 1980 bilateral agreement. (American Airlines is hoping to resume operations in October).

 

https://lawandborder.com/trumps-suspension-of-entry-of-chinese-students-...

 

Trump Suspends Entry of Chinese Students and Researchers: First Impressions

 

President Trump has issued a May 29 Proclamation on the Suspension of Entry as Nonimmigrants of Certain Students and Researchers from the People’s Republic of China.

From my perspective as an immigration lawyer, the proclamation appears to be counter-productive, a distraction from real measures needed to fight Beijing’s theft of sensitive technologies, and an attempt to boost Trump’s electoral odds by stoking xenophobia.

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