Passports and Visas
Everybody entering China must bring a valid
passport. Most foreign participants must also acquire an entry visa
issued by a Chinese consulate in his/her country. Plan well ahead of
time, since issuing entry visa may take weeks. In general, the
applicant must apply in person.
After you have paid the registration fee, please complete the
"Incoming Overseas Scholars Application Form for Visa F"
and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organizers will then provide you with an invitation letter, which you can use for your visa application. For additional details,
please contact the Chinese Embassy or Consulate, where you wish to
apply for your visa.
Note to participants from Taiwan:
Useful web sites:
Only Chinese Yuan are acceptable as currency at stores and restaurants.
You can exchange money at the airport or a bank. Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
can be found at the airport and throughout the city.
Participants are advised to take care of their own personal insurance.
NT09 organizers will carry no responsibility in case of an accident, sickness,
theft or other property damage.
Emergency Contact Information
Emergency contact to participants can be arranged as follows:
- Email the NT09 organizers at email@example.com.
Provide your own name and contact information, the name of the participant and the
nature of the emergency.
- Call +86-133-1132-6195
and provide your own name and contact information,
the name of the NT09 participant and the nature of the emergency.
Please consider the
time difference with respect to your local time!
Tipping is not customary in China. In restaurants, bars and hotels, a
10% service surcharge charge is usually added to your bill.