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  • RegisteredJune 9, 2008
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Forums > Living in Kunming > Renouncing Child's citizenship

This doesn't add an awful lot to the previous discussion, but I received this from "UK Gvt Email Alerts" last week:

China doesn’t recognise dual nationality; any person born in China to a Chinese national parent will be considered by the authorities to have Chinese nationality; if you have both British and Chinese nationality you may be treated as a Chinese citizen by local authorities, even if you enter China on your British passport; if this is the case, the British Embassy may not be able to offer you consular assistance; if you’ve formally renounced Chinese citizenship, you should carry evidence that you have done so.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Renouncing Child's citizenship

@jj13
When we enquired about renouncing, a couple of years ago, the PSB told us it would take some months, as the papers had to be processed in Beijing. They added that there was a small possibility that the renouncing might be rejected!! I doubt that would occur if one or more parents were foreigners, but...!

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Renouncing Child's citizenship

@jj123
Does the US allow you to get a visa in a second passport even if you own a US passport (UK doesn't) or do you simply avoid this restriction because your child has different names in the two passports?

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I was dreading an article like this coming out one day. My young son and I head here most weeks for the solitude and fresh air. We've always considered it our secret discovery! (If you do find the gazebo, check behind it for our home-made mouse house!!) I do hope it doesn't get too swamped with picnickers! It is a delightful spot.

Different coloured rental bikes seem to be all over town. Looking forward to a definitive GoK article explaining the options and differences and how to use them all.

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Quiet and rarely visited place. You can drive an e-bike up to the temple if you're careful. Sometimes shut if the guards are in a bad mood.

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I arranged an airport pick-up with John and he was very flexible and good value. When I had to cancel the arrangement at short notice, he was fine with it. Seems very professional.

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I thought this "No.57" restaurant is where Teresa's (WenLinJie) used to be, but I rechecked and that is "No.72" restaurant!

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Nice ambience in this place. Service was good and the pizza was very tasty (if expensive ... 60-110RMB for a mediam sized). The durian cheesecake was unusual but good (and I'm not a huge durian fan). Just a shame they haven't thought about making one of the eating areas non-smoking.

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I think this place is gone now - can anyone confirm?