Foreigners in China face visa scrutiny
Popular Beijing spots for foreigners, such as Sanlitun and university areas, will be targeted by police in a fresh drive against visitors who commit crimes, outstay their visas or gain illegal employment, authorities said on Monday.
ok but We are in Shenzhen !
attached the news for your guy reference
"We will increase the eligibility quota for green cards and consider extending the applicable scope for duty-free entry and multiple-entry visas in order to make China more competitive in soliciting foreign investment and talent," Yang said in April while delivering a report on foreign entry-exit, residence and employment to the NPC Standing Committee.
Figures show that the number of foreigners who stayed in China for at least six months rose from less than 20,000 in 1980 to 600,000 in 2011.
By the end of 2011, 4,752 foreigners had received permanent residence cards, or the Chinese equivalent of a green card.
"The important thing for China is to set standards for foreigners in terms of educational attainment, occupation, salary and other aspects, just as developed countries do," said NPC deputy Ma Li.
According to the NPC Standing Committee, the new law will take effect on July 1, 2013, with the two previous laws scheduled to be abolished concurrently.
Sure, and announcing this to the press won't deter those foreigners that fall in these categories to go somewhere else for a bit will it? Typical China, right idea, abysmal execution.
we will see...
anyway, the new would take care mostly good citizen.
I got an even better one:
Beijing's public toilets must not exceed two flies, according to new standards handed down by zealous officials striving to clean up China's notoriously filthy loos.
The unusual rule applies to lavatories in parks, railway stations, airports, hospitals, malls and supermarkets in the capital, said theBeijing News on Wednesday.
More conventional demands from the municipal committee in charge of the image of the city include an order that there is no accumulation of urine or water in the capital's public toilets and that bins aren't overflowing.
It is not clear if failing washrooms will be punished and if so how.
Ha ha ha, nice one Cynic, I agree.
I have never seen such disgusting amenities ever, even worse than here in Shen Zhen.
Upon my first trip to Beijing, I couldn't believe it, where I noticed every piss pot/potty/dunny/whole in the ground/shitter, whatever you want to call it, had turds in them that look like an elephant, had just unloaded 2-3kg of excrement.
I had to ask my wife, what do these people do, "oh don't worry, that appears to be the norm here, every user , shits on the last persons shit, and they never flush the toilets"......fuck me sideways, this is just so damn awful!
"oh don't worry, that appears to be the norm here, every user , shits on the last persons shit, and they never flush the toilets"
Fuggin' funny, but totally gross.
:-).....I wonder if the same dunnies, are being abused in the same way today????
i would rather not find out though!!! arrgggg
thanks your information.