I have read through previous threads related to this topic, but still somewhat confused.
My Chinese wife and I have a baby born in Kunming who is now six months old. Our daughter now has Australian citizenship and an Australian passport.
If we don't get the Hukou, does this mean our baby needs a visa to be in China? Or is she a PRC citizen until such time as we get the one time entry/exit permit and leave China? In other words, regardless of whether or not we put her on my wife's Hukou, she is legally okay to be in China without a visa?
These visa and citizenship issues are a bit confusing, so starting to doubt myself. Any help appreciated.
Too many questions to reply to, I'm afraid! But, no, I did not meet her in a bar. Looking back at my original post, it was written "in the heat of the moment", I didn't lie, but, you can be biased or exaggerate a bit without necessarily lying. Anyway, things have calmed again with us. Not really sure what else to say, on the one hand, probably a little ridiculous that I raised this on this forum, but on the other hand, there have been some quite fair and reasoned comments/replies. Thank you.
I feel confused. I think that it's neither 100% my fault nor 100% her fault. Anyway, @Alien, yes it is the latter, answer is because I don't know where else to discuss it. And I don't know how much is reasonable, am I really meant to do everything myself (earn money, cook, clean, take care of things) to count as a good husband? I am not unwilling to cook, problem is I can't cook, especially not Chinese food, and my wife is "unable" to eat anything else. So I do my best to wash dishes, clothes, mop, sweep, but if she ever sees me resting it means I am lazy. Maybe I am, I don't know. Kunming doesn't really allow one to have a full-on, busy, successful career type job. I just need to "speak only when spoken to" I think, then things will be okay.
Thank you. As you may have figured, I guess I exaggerated a bit, since I right now am still in the heat of the moment. But the last sentence is true, regardless of perspective on whether it is good/bad etc., that last sentence really is the case.
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I've been a few times now, it's a nice place. Beers brewed in~house are of course something quite special, and the pizzas, and some of the other snacks, are very nice. I was there tonight, and for the first time, tried the American~style ribs. I have to say that they weren't as good as I was expecting. But that could be that I'm not really familiar with this dish? On the whole, though, it's a great place.