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Workshop on Accessibility to ICTs
EXPO-2010, Shanghai, China, 23 July 2010 Contact: 
Foreigners who visit China are generally required to apply for a visa before departure, but some foreigners are exempt from a visa to Mainland China, for example, ordinary passport holders from Singapore, Brunei and Japan enjoy visa free access to Mainland China for up to 15 days.

Please apply for the visa only 1 or 2 months (at least 3 weeks) before your planned date to enter China. If you apply for the visa too late, you may not have enough time for the application. If you apply for the visa too early, the visa may become invalid before your departure for China. Generally, the validity of a single-entry visa is 3 months, counted from the date of application.

Once your have registered and paid for the convention, iCREATe2010 will issue you an invitation letter to facilitate your visa application. (see visa application form at: ).

Vera Yang (START Centre, Singapore)
49 Kaki Bukit View,
Kaki Bukit TechPark II,
Singapore 415973.
Tel:(65) 6743 0262
Fax:(65) 6743 0263

Squall Lee (UnionMed, China)
No.2 Lane 85 South Wulumuqi Rd
Shanghai, China
Tel: +86-21-22819537*213
Fax: +86-21-54659861
Email :


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