On Jan 2017, I took a month trip to Taiwan to conduct a Travel Taiwan..
Applying for a Chinese L Visa wasn’t something I was looking forward to. In my mind, it was going to be an unnecessary hassle with very much paperwork. And I wondered if it would be worth it. But I wanted to visit China for more than 3 days (U.S. citizens can only stay in China for 72 hours, visa-free, at specific cities). So I decided to make the jump and get this application process over with. As a U.S. citizen, there are essentially three ways for you to obtain a Chinese L Visa to explore the vast country of China. Here it is, below:
Wasilla, you’re quite funny. My brothers and I went to Newcomb Park Wasilla Lake to..
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