Chinese Embassies in Oceania

Australia: 15 Coronation Drive, Yarralumla, Canberra, ACT2600

Fiji: 147 Queen Elizabeth Drive Suva, Fiji Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji

Kiribati: Bairiki, Tarawa, Kiribati

Micronesia: Industrial Park, Pohnpei State, the Federated State of Micronesia

New Zealand: 2-6 Glenmore Street, Kelburn, Wellington, New Zealand

Papua New Guinea: Section 216, Lot 5, Sir John Guise Drive, Waigani, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Samoa: Vailima, Apia, the Independent State of Samoa

Tonga: Vuna Road, Nukualofa, Kingdom of Tonga (P.O. Box 877)

Vanuatu: P.M.B. 071, Rue d'auvergne, Nambatu, Port Vila, Vanuatu 
 

Selected Questions and Answers:


 Asked by Mr. VULI(FIJI)\
I am applying for a Chinese visa, I am a Fiji citizen and work for the university and am on leave to do research in a laboratory in China. Do i apply for a business F or tourist L? i am not paid while there as I am paid by my university. Which type do I apply for? I have a letter from the university that i am visiting.

 Answered by Mr. JOHNNASH(United States)
You need to apply for Chinese Business Visa to do research.


  Asked by Mr. Ken Barberis(Northern Mariana Islands)
My son is an Australian visiting me in on the Island of Tinian in the Northern Mariana Islands. He has been studying Madarin in China. He needs to return to China from here. Where does he apply for a visa.

 Answered by Mr. Henry
Mr Ken, since your son has been studying Madarin, I assume he has already hold a Chinese X (student) and a residence permiting him unlimited entries during the valid period. If it is really in need of a visa, your son is better to apply for it in your home country which is close to Tinian, because there is no Chinese embassy in the Northern Mariana Islands.


  Asked by Ms. frederikson(New Zealand)
Greetings, I am hoping that you are able to help, or advise, on a problem I have. I am a New Zealand trained teacher, who teaches in INternational schools.(in Basel at the moment) Before I can return to teach in NZ, I need to get Criminal Record clearances from all the countries I have taught in. This includes 2 years in Shanghai and a year in Tianjin. Can you please tell mewho I need to contact, to get the clearances? If such documentation is not available from China, please let me know. Best wihes, kind regards

 Answered by Mr. Aaron
Mrs. frederikson, you need contact the Schools you’ve ever worked in Shanghai and in Tianjin, and ask them to get the No Criminal Record from Shanghai Public Security Bureau and Tianjin Public Security Bureau. Once you are verified, the Certificate of No Criminal Record can be issued to you. 

- Last modified on Aug. 09, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on Chinese Embassies in Oceania
Asked by Eris P. Rose from AUSTRALIA | Aug. 08, 2019 16:34Reply
Do I need Visa from Australia....or can it be done at the border ??
I will arrive Hong Kong 20 December with my 2 adult children...all Australian Passports.

We want to visit friends in Guangdong December 21---24 December.
Then will fly out from Guangzhou to Bangkok December 24.
Answers (2)
Answered by Irena from CANADA | Aug. 09, 2019 00:02
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Dear, if you take a flight from Hong Kong to Guangzhou and then fly from Guangzhou to Bangkok, you can enjoy the visa-free transit in Guangzhou and stay there for as long as six days. It's important that you must enter Guangzhou by air.
Answered by E.Rose from AUSTRALIA | Aug. 09, 2019 19:11
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Thank you very much for the information
Asked by Fritz from GERMANY | Jul. 01, 2019 07:53Reply
Getting a chinese tourist visa as a German passport holder on a Working holiday in Australia?
Is it possible to get a chinese tourist visa from australia as a German passport holder while in Australia on a working holiday visa?
Answers (1)
Answered by Greta from USA | Jul. 01, 2019 20:27
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Fritz, you can't apply in Australia on a working holiday visa.
Asked by Brigette Helwes from NEW ZEALAND | Apr. 08, 2018 20:26Reply
Taking wood into China
Am I able to take a wooden souvenir - Maori fish hook carved from wood) into China as a gift?
Kind regards
Brigette
Answers (1)
Answered by Ollie from IRELAND | Apr. 09, 2018 02:29
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Hi, I think you can take it to enter mainland China. If you are still worried, maybe you can contact your airline to confirm this.
Asked by Peter from AUSTRALIA | Mar. 11, 2018 12:27Reply
How to get a Police clearance document
Hi,
My wife is applying for a permanent residence in Australia. How can we get a Police Clearance Certificate from China to include this in our application ?

Many Thanks !

Peter
Answers (1)
Answered by Jule from JAPAN | Mar. 12, 2018 03:02
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She can go to her Chinese residents' committee or local police station to apply for it.
Asked by Bernadette from AUSTRALIA | Nov. 26, 2017 04:34Reply
What visa is needed
Hello iam travelling from Australia to Shanghai then onto Hong Kong we looking at 5 days in each place with a day trip to Macau could please tell me what visa I need?
Answers (1)
Answered by Faith from BELGIUM | Nov. 26, 2017 21:46
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Hi, if your layover time in Shanghai is less than 144 hours, you can enjoy free transit in Shanghai and free entry to HK and Macau by traveling like that. No visa is required. Nice trip.
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