By this November, there have been 11 consulate generals or generals in Chengdu, after the establishment of the consulate generals of Australia, New Zealand and Israel in the city. So far, Chengdu has topped all cities in central and western China in this regard.
According to data issued by the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China on December 2, 2014, Chinese passport holders can enjoy visa-free travel to 50 countries and regions worldwide. In addition, Mexico, the Philippines, South Korea and Singapore have offered visa-free stay for any Chinese passport holder with a US visa record.
Recently, Chinese citizens can apply for a working holiday visa (WHV) to Australia, which issues 5,000 WHVs to Chinese nationals annually. In 2008, New Zealand started to offer a yearly quota of 1,000 WHVs to Chinese travelers.
Outbound Travel without a Visa
Any Chinese national holding a Chinese Passport with a US visa can enjoy visa-free stay or transit in the following countries:
Australia, New Zealand Issue WHVs to Chinese Nationals
The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced at its official website on Nov. 17 that 5000 working holiday visas (WHVs) would be issued to Chinese nationals annually. And the New Zealand government started to issue 1000 WHVs to Chinese citizens in 2008.