Travel to Hong Kong (Visa Information)
From places out of Mainland China:
Visa requirements differ by country. Visitors to Hong Kong must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months before the planned departure date to Hong Kong. Visitors from most countries are not required to obtain visas and can stay for periods varying from 7 days to 180 days, depending on nationality.
Please check Part II of the Hong Kong Immigration Department website and the Chinese embassy or consulate to find out whether you need to apply for an entry visa to Hong Kong.
From Mainland China:
Mainland residents from Guangdong Province and 28 cities, including Shanghai, Beijing, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Taizhou, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Quanzhou, Tianjin, Chongqing, Chengdu, Jinan, Shenyang, Dalian, Nanchang, Changsha, Nanning, Haikou, Guiyang, Kunming, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Changchun, Hefei and Wuhan who wish to come here for sightseeing purpose in individual capacity are required to obtain an EEP and an “endorsement for individual visit (Geren Luyou)” from the relevant Public Security Bureau Office.
Please click HERE to read more.
Please note that partial travel support may be provided for overseas applicants. Selected applicants can apply then.
Travel to City University of Hong Kong
CityU campus is located in the centre of the city.
You will find more information HERE on how to get to campus.
Please note that all visitors entering the CityU Campus must be pre-registered.
An email attached with a specific QR code will be sent to the visitor in due course. The visitor must show the QR code and present his/her personal ID to the security staff at campus entrance on the day of the visit.
Travel to CSNS at Dongguan
A brand-new pulsed neutron source, China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS), has been constructed in Dongguan, about 70 km north of Hong Kong. The commission of CSNS on August 28, 2017, has created an international sensation. With CSNS, China joins US, UK, and Japan as the only nations which provide pulsed neutron sources for research and development.
The facility is already scientifically productive, having produced many high-impact publications in prestigious scientific journals.
Moreover, CSNS was recently approved for Phase-2 development, which includes a power upgrade (from 100 to 500 kW) and the construction of 10 more instruments. The Phase-2 program has been approved as part of the central government’s 14th Five-year plan (2021-2025). The planned tour is a great opportunity to see first-hand the impressive facility and learn about its capabilities.