Please note! Entry polices and COVID requirements are constantly changing.  Please check the Chinese Consulate and/or Embassy websites for the most up-to-date information on requirements prior to your trip.

Visitors to China, without exception, must have a passport valid for at least six months and most nationalities need an entry visa. Accompanying persons may also require a visa. Please apply for an F (non-business) from your nearest Embassy or Consulate of the People’s Republic of China. Early application is highly recommended.

List of Chinese Embassies or Consulates: http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/mfa_eng/wjb_663304/zwjg_665342/  
For visa types and apply procedure: http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/visas/hrsq/
For assistance on invitation letter, please contact XMAS-V (xmas@xmu.edu.cn)

Before taking off, a nucleic acid test may be required.  Please check the (RT-PCR) official websites of the Chinese Embassy and/or Consulate to see where, when, and how many, tests are required.  After you have obtained your results, please follow the embassy/consulate instructions to obtain the necessary health codes before boarding your flight.

Currently, inbound travelers to China must undergo a 5-day quarantine at a designated quarantine hotel in their arrival city (not final destination) and further three days at home (if you are landing in your city of residence), or a 7-day quarantine at a designated quarantine hotel. Depending on your arrival time and test result issuing time, the total number of days you will be in quarantine may range from 8 to 10 days from your arrival date.