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Travel in groups      2013-05-13

Traveling in China is exciting and now offers more flexibility.

Passport notice      2013-05-13

A passport is an official travel document issued to citizens of a country by the State.

Internet use      2013-05-13

Many hotels now have a Business Centre which have computers available for the use of guests.

Tipping      2013-05-13

In China, tipping is now accepted by tourist guides and bus drivers.

Photography      2013-05-13

Taking photographs or videos of military installations is prohibited. Most museums, palaces, or temples will not allow photograph to be taken.

Medical Service      2013-05-13

If traveling in the countryside, there may be no appropriate medical services beyond primary health care.

Telecommunication      2013-05-13

Domestic mail delivery is exceedingly fast and cheap.

Health      2013-05-13

There are no special requirements of short-term travelers with the exception of those coming from or via an infected area.

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