China Transportation

China Transportation Air Civil aviation provides warm, safe and high-quality services for tourist. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), a governmental department for administration of China’s civil aviation and transportation services, takes charge of about 970 domestic regular flights. With Beijing as the center, an air transport network includes 44 local air routes and […]

Transit in China

Transit in China Transit in China without Visa Three Major China TWOV Rules China initiated Visa Free Transit (TWOV) from January 2013, and has benefited over 452,000 foreign visitors until September 2019. In the past 2018, there are over 100,000 travelers taking free transit in China, mostly in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Currently, China has 3 kinds of transit […]

Commercial law in China

Trade Regulations of China Since becoming a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) on 11 December 2001, China has gradually reduced administrative barriers to trade and liberalized its foreign trading system. According to China’s amended Foreign Trade Law, which came into effect in July 2004, all types of businesses, including private enterprises, can engage in foreign trade once they […]

Geography of China 

Geography of China  Located in Southeast Asia along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean, China is the world’s third largest country, after Russia and Canada. With an area of 9.6 million square kilometers and a coastline of 18,000 kilometers, its shape on the map is like a rooster. It reaches Mohe in Heilongjiang Province as […]

Economy of China

Economy of China Since China began to open up and reform its economy in 1978, GDP growth has averaged almost 10 percent a year, and more than 850 million people have been lifted out of poverty. Today, China is an upper-middle-income country and the world’s second largest economy. However, its per capita income is still […]

Agricultural in China

Agricultural in China China feeds 22 percent of the world population with only seven percent of the planet’s arable land. Land is heavily utilized for agriculture. Vegetables are planted on road embankments, in traffic triangles and right up the walls of many buildings. Even so, since 1949 China has lost one fifth of its arable […]
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