Attendees from most countries will be required to obtain a visa to enter the People's Republic of China. You can apply for a Chinese visa through a travel agency or directly at the nearest Chinese consulate or embassy.
If attendees apply for a tourist visa, which will allow you attend the conference and sight-seeing, an official visa invitation letter will not be needed from GSBC2, but check with the embassy for specific requirements.
Once you have paid for the GSBC2 conference registration, we will issue you an official invitation letter to assist you to obtain a visa to China. In this case, please provide the following information in your required letter.
Full Name (exactly as in your passport)
The institute/university or others (Affiliation)
The details of address
The dates you expect to arrive and depart China
The tentative title to be presented at GSBC2
You can use the letter to get a visa in the nearest Chinese Embassy/Consulate.
Please note that visa application may take a few months in your country. General visa information should be obtained from your local China Consulate.