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[quote=JIMMYB,278921]Canadaguy, here is some info that I have found on the internet. Note: the info was released in 2007 so that I don’t know if some changes have taken place. Countries that don’t require a visa for Chinese citizen: No.1 ANDORRA. You see, it is a small country with no international airport. Thus, you need to enter the country from Spain or France. However, it is hard to get the European Schengen Visa to France and Spain. AN MARINO has the same situation. Chinese tourists need to enter the country from Italy with European Schengen Visa. No.2 ARUBA. Not only Chinese citizens but also other tourists from the world enjoy the privilege except people from Bengali and Afghanistan. In addition, you have to bear in mind that you are only allowed to stay in the country for 14 days. No.3 BENIN. Chinese citizens are allowed to stay in that country for 3 months with their valid passports. No.4 COOK ISLANDS. Chinese citizens can stay there for 31 days. However, there is no direct airline to that country. If you want to go there, you had better have a plan first. No.5 DOMINICA (not Dominican Republic). You can stay there with your round trip ticket. No.6 MALDIVES. Actually, it is not the country that doesn’t require a visa. You can apply your visa on arrival with no money. You can extend your stay but you need to submit your application to the emigrant bureau at least 3 days in advance. To extend your stay, you have to pay MVR750 and you are allowed to stay there for 90 days at most. No.7 MAURITUS. You can stay there for 15 days with your valid passport. No.8 MICRONESIA. You can get your visa after arrival and stay there for 30 days. No.9 NEPAL. It is the same as MALDIVES. You can get your visa after arrival with no pay and are allowed to stay there for 30 days. No.10 SAMOA. You can stay there for 60 days. Your visa will be issued after your arrival. No.11 SEYCHELLES. You can stay there for 30 days and your visa will be issued after your arrival. However, there are some requirements: Hotel Reservation Form, round trip air ticket and at least 150 dollars expense per day. No.12 SOLOMON ISLANDS. You can stay there for 3 months and the VISITORS PERMIT is issued when you arrive. [/quote]
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