China Embassy in Kyrgyzstan
Visa Application Form of PRC
Ambassador: Ms. Du Dewen
Address: Peace Avenue 299/7, Bishkek 720001, Kyrghyz Republic
Tel: +996-312-597483 (Consular Office)
Fax: +996-312-597484 (Consular Office)
24-Hour Duty Call: 996-555-581664
General Introduction of Kyrghyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan)
Army Day: May 29 (1992)
Independence Day: August 31 (1991)
National Constitution Day: May 5 (1995)
Climate: Continental climate
National Political Figures: President Kurmanbek Bakiyev was elected in July, 2005. Prime Minister Igor Chudinov was appointed in December 2007.
Capital: Bishkek was built in 1878, renamed Frunze in 1926 and resumed its old name 'Bishkek' on February 7, 1991. Located in the Chuhe River Basins, it is a noted city in Central Asia and a strategic town on the Silk Road in ancient times. It has a population of 797,700 in 2003. the average temperature of January is minus 6 degrees Celsius and one of the July is 27 degrees Celsius.
Tourism: The Kyrgyzstan's tourism has large potential. The high mountains, valleys, snow-capped peaks and hundreds of alpine lakes are as beautiful as a painting. The largest Issyk-Kul Lake is one of the deepest lakes in the world. It has the reputation of 'a bright pearl in Central Asia'. Although the lake is at an elevation of 1,608 meters, it is ice-free all the year around. It has become a popular resort for sightseeing and recuperate.
People: It has a population of 5,170,000. There are over 80 ethnic groups in the country with 65% Kirghiz, 14% Uzbek, 12.5% Russian, 1% Ukrainian, and Korean, Uygur and Tajik. Almost 70 percent of the total residents are Muslims (the majority is Sunni), followed by Eastern Orthodox Christians and Catholics. Most of people speak Kirghiz, but the official language is Russian.
Geography: Kyrgyzstan, a landlocked and mountainous state in Central Asia, covers 198,500 square kilometers. It is bounded on the north by Kazakhstan; on the west by Uzbekistan; on the south by Tajikistan; and on the southeast by Xinjiang Autonomous Region. The country is at an altitude of over 500 meters. 90 percent of its territory is at an elevation of over 1,500 meters. The lowland only accounts for 15 percent of the total area, which mainly spreads in southwestern Fergana Valley and northern Talas River.
Please contact Embassy of Kyrgyzstan in China if Kirghizs are in troubles there.
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Could you please help me. I'am a US Citizen, but now I am in Kyrgyzstan. Can I apply for Chinese visa while being in Kyrgyzstan? And how long it's going to take me to get it? I need it asap. Thank you in advance.
And what documents I required if yes