China is about to make a big announcement, and it's one that many European nationals have been waiting for. After months of travel restrictions, China is set to allow entry to nationals of 36 European countries! That's right, you heard it here first! This exciting news comes after China suspended entry to almost all foreigners back in March, in a bid to control the spread of COVID-19.


Guess what? The PRC Embassy in Denmark just announced some fantastic news for those with valid residence permits, work visas, or permits for family reunification! Finally, they will be permitted to go back to China! But hold out before passing any conclusions. So, while this is definitely a step in the right direction, we'll need to wait for further updates before we start packing our bags.
Nonetheless, it's a glimmer of hope for European nationals who have been eagerly waiting to reunite with their loved ones or return to their jobs in China.

China is slowly but surely opening its doors to foreign nationals, albeit with certain restrictions. Those who undertake work "necessary for trade, scientific, technological, and humanitarian needs" are the only ones who can enter. Oh, and if you're from certain cities in China, Singapore, or a href="" target="_BLANK">, you might not be from those places.You are South Korea, also good to go.

But don't get too excited just yet! The full list of EU countries eligible for entry is still under wraps. Will your favorite European destination make the cut? My friend, stack your fingers.

If you've been yearning to see the Great Wall or indulge in some authentic Chinese food, there is good news. Let's face it: there is very little chance that it will happen soon.

Despite everyone's amusement, considering the virus's ongoing travel restrictions and worries, it only amounts to a minor win. If you intend to relocate to China for work or study while crossing your fingers that you will be granted the highly coveted entrance ticket, the time has come to start arranging. And hey, who knows, maybe you'll even get to try some bat soup while you're there. (Just kidding, please don't.)
Find Work Abroad offers a range of resources and job opportunities for those looking to work or study in China, Thailand, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, and Southeast Asia.

Have you ever considered living and working in China? Many people may not have given the topic much attention because there are so many opportunities, but it needs to be brought up. Target="_BLANK">Visit a href=""> for more details. A blog link (href="">) is another thing you may put in.Definitely worth looking into. Recent reports that purport to have lifted travel restrictions only serve to heighten the potential attraction.

But China offers more than just places to visit. You can personally experience the rich cultural past of this nation.

There are a lot of things to discover and learn about, from the cuisine to the architecture. And I can vouch for the warmth and friendliness of the Chinese people because I have lived there.

However, China is also a nation with an a href="" target="_BLANK">strong educational system.a quickly expanding economy. It's a place where things are always changing and evolving, which makes it an exciting and dynamic place to be.

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