Foreign Embassies & Consulates in China

Major Foreign Embassies & Consulates in China: 

Embassies of foreign countries are in the capital city of China - Beijing. Other big Chinese cities such as Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Chengdu and Shenyang have consulates of many foreign countries and regions.

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 Australia: No.21, Dongzhimenwai Dajie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing

 Austria: No. 5, Xiu Shui Nan Jie, Jian Guo Men Wai, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing

 Canada: No.19, Dong Zhi Men Wai Da Jie, Chaoyang District, Beijing

 Denmark: No.1, Dong Wu Jie, San Li Tun, Beijing 

 France: No.3, Dong San Jie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing 

 Germany: No.17, Dong Zhi Men Wai Da Jie, Chaoyang District, Beijing  

 India: No.1, Ri Tan Dong Lu, Beijing

 Indonesia: No. 4, Dong Zhi Men Wai Avenue, Chaoyang District, Beijing  

 Italy: No. 2, Dong Er Jie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing

 Japan: No.7 Ritan Road, Jian Guo Men Wai, Chaoyang District

 Malaysia: No. 2, Liang Ma Qiao Bei Jie, Chaoyang District

 Mexico: No. 5, Dong Wu Street, San Li Tun, Beijing

 New Zealand: No.1, Ri Tan Dong Er Jie, Chaoyang District

 Norway: No.1, Dong Yi Jie, San Li Tun, Beijing  

 Philippines: No. 23 Xiu Shui Bei Jie, Jian Guo Men Wai, Beijing

 Poland: No.1, Ri Tan Lu, Jian Guo Men Wai, Chaoyang District

 Portugal: No. 8, Dong Wu Jie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District

 Russia: No.4, Bei Zhong Jie, Dong Zhi Men, Beijing  

 Singapore: No. 1 Xiu Shui Bei Jie, Jian Guo Men Wai, Chaoyang District

 South Korea: No. 20, Dongfang Dong Lu, Chaoyang District

 Spain: No. 9, San Li Tun Lu, Chaoyang District

 Switzerland: No. 3, Dong Wu Jie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District

 U.K.: No. 11, Guang Hua Lu, Jian Guo Men Wai, Beijing

 U.S.A.: Tianze Road, Chaoyang District, close to the Ladies' Street, the Kempinski Hotel and the Lufthansa Shopping Center, Beijing.

 Foreign Consulates in Hong Kong

Questions & Answers on Foreign Embassies & Consulates in China
Asked by Allie from CANADA | Mar. 11, 2018 08:27Reply
Russian Visa in China
Does anyone know if its possible to apply for a Russian tourist or Business entry permit while in China without having a residence permit? I am Canadian and I have a 2 year multiple entry tourist visa. Thanks.
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Answered by James from FINLAND | Mar. 12, 2018 02:55
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Allie, it's possible for you to apply for Russian tourist or Business visa in China. You can give it a try.
Asked by mezanine from INDIA | Feb. 26, 2018 00:13Reply
Will my Z visa validity extend if I transfer my work permit from my old employer to the new employer
I am changing job and need to transfer my entry permit from old company to the new company. My entry permit was given validity of 1 year from the date of receiving the entry permit. It expires in October 2018. My question is, after the transfer, will the validity of my visa remain the same as before (oct. 2018), or after the transfer it will again become 1 year validity, from the date of the transfer.
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Answered by Bill from BELGIUM | Feb. 26, 2018 01:44
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Hi, personally I think the validity of your work Z type will remain the same as before (oct. 2018), but I cannot guarantee that. You can contact the local PSB to inquire that.
Asked by Marire Ebuka Benson from NIGERIA | Dec. 27, 2017 08:16Reply
is there HK visa office in Guangzhou?
I am a foreign student and I want to go to HK and I don't know how I can get to their office around Guangzhou to obtain visa; can anyone help me?
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Answered by Julio from GERMANY | Dec. 29, 2017 02:17
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Marire, yes, there is a office in Guangdong.
Address: Flat 7101, Citic Plaza, 233 Tianhe North Road, Guangzhou
You can go there by metro line 3 or airport shuttle bus line 6.
Asked by walasmulle wajira from SRI LANKA | Dec. 26, 2017 01:08Reply
Regarding change of name.
I have been a Buddhist monk 15 years. When I become a monk, I have to lose my family name and use a new name given by my abbot according to government rules and regulations. I graduated from university of Sri Lanka (Peradeniya). Now I have just finished my master of art at international Buddhist collage in Thailand. The problem is my degree certificate and other educational certificates given by government bear and show my Buddhist name given by abbot except master of Art. Because I can get that degree certificate in my family name. I am going to disrobe and I have to return to my family name and change my passport and ID according to government regulation. When I disrobe, the government issues a certificate verifying the Buddhist name and family name both are same. When I apply for student visa in China, will the change of name cause any problem or difficulty for getting visa.
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Answered by Arthur from UNITED KINGDOM | Dec. 27, 2017 02:30
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I don’t think it will have big affection on the application. If the consular officers aske, you can show the certificate issued by the government.
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