Embassy of China in Delhi
High level exchanges are very frequent in between the two countries. The China-India strategic cooperation was strengthened in 2011.The economic cooperation, trade, people to people cultural exchanges were all expanded. The negotiations on the boundary issues and the establishment of the working mechanism for consultation and coordination on China-India border affairs are mainly concentrated on peace and tranquillity. There is a very close communication and coordination between political leaders of the two countries.
The year 2010 was the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between china and India. The Chinese embassy in Delhi held a grand function in this year to celebrate the occasion.
The Chinese Embassy in Delhi represents the country in India in all its aspects such as
- Economic and trade relation,
- Cultural exchanges between the two countries
- Science and Technology
- Education cooperation.
- They organize events and programme to spread their countries cultures in India and also show keen interest India’s culture, political strategy.
- applying for visa for travelling to china
- notarization and attestation
- travelling, studying, working or residing abroad
Applying for visa for travelling to China-
If an Indian wishes to travel to China, he needs to submit his application at the Chinese embassy in Delhi. The traveller is then called in for an interview post which the visa is granted. One can apply for a tourist visa, a student visa, private visit, employment visa, or even a transit visa at the Chinese embassy in Delhi.
Helps in notarization and attestation
Chinese nationals who visit India on work or for pleasure may at times need notarization or attestation for a myriad number of reasons like getting a new cellular connection etc. This may call for attestations. Furthermore many Chinese settled in India or those who stay for longer durations of time may need these attestations from time to time to prove that they in fact are living legally in the country.
Travelling and Studying in China
The embassy also deals with any problems that may arise with respect to travelling, studying, working or residing abroad. Several Chinese students come to India to pursue further studies and may need help in the foreign land. The Chinese embassy acts as a support system for these students or working professionals. Loss of passport, renewal of visa etc is taken care of by the embassy.
Contact details of Chinese Embassy in Delhi:
Ph.no-011 2611 2345
Distance from metro station-5.13 km
Office hours: Open from Monday to Friday
- Afternoon-3.00-5.30 pm