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  • Ambassador Baucus on Longer Visa Validity

    Ambassador Baucus on Longer Visa Validity

    On November 18, Ambassador Baucus announced the number of Chinese students in the U.S. has once again set a new record! He hopes that the newly announced longer-validity visas will encourage even more exchanges among American and Chinese students.

  • President Delivers State of the Union

    President Delivers State of the Union

    On January 20th, President Barack Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union to a Joint Session of Congress. The President outlined his domestic and foreign policy priorities for his two remaining years in office. Read a synopsis of his foreign policy priorities (in Chinese) (AP Photo)

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  • Amb. Discusses Intellectual Property Rights

    Amb. Discusses Intellectual Property Rights

    On January 7, Ambassador Max Baucus addressed the 2015 Roundtable on new Developments of Globalization and Intellectual Property in Beijing (Embassy photo).

  • U.S. Navy School Hosts Chinese

    U.S. Navy School Hosts Chinese Officers for Exchange Visit

    I want you to understand how America -- through its immigrants -- has absorbed the cultural riches of the world and been enriched by that process.


  • Event Calendar

    Come to the Guangzhou American Center to hear lectures, in English, on American topics. Please check Douban for the latest schedule.

Consulate Videos

  • Five Steps to study in the U.S.
    Five Steps to study in the U.S.

    EducationUSA presents a five-step approach for you to apply the U.S. schools. Anyone can independently and easily complete the applications. Watch the video to find out how! 

  • "Not So Far Apart" Photo Exhibition
    "Not So Far Apart" Photo Exhibition

    Chinese photographer Johnny Yuan and U.S. photographer Mark Curry present a photographic journey of USA and China. Mr. Yuan’s pictures display America through Chinese eyes, and Mr. Curry’s pictures display Canton through American eyes. Both photographers expertly capture the beauty in nature and local cultural life.  

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U.S. Citizen Services

  • U.S. Citizen Services

    To report an emergency involving a U.S. citizen, such as a serious medical issue, death, or arrest, please contact the American Citizen Services unit at:  (020) 3814-5775 from within China or (011-8620) 3814-5775 from the U.S.  American Citizen Services is unable to answer any visa-related inquiries.

    Our office is open on regular business days from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. China time.  After regular business hours, your call will be routed to an operator who will assist you in reaching our Emergency After Hours Duty Officer.  If you experience any difficulty in reaching the operator after hours, please call (010) 8531-4000 from within China  or (011-8610) 8531-4000 from the U.S.

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American Life

  • About the U.S.
    About the U.S.

    The United States consists of 50 states and Washington D.C. The last two States to join the Union were Alaska (49th) and Hawaii (50th). Both joined in 1959.

  • Educational Exchange

    The United States Embassy of China's educational and cultural exchanges foster mutual understanding between the U.S. and China through international educational and training programs.