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Two years on, Myanmar coup takes a 'catastrophic toll'

Reuters 31 Jan 2023
Alone in Tokyo, he had to move out of his plush three-bed apartment in the embassy grounds ... Japan's government extended Aung Soe Moe's diplomatic visa so he could remain in Tokyo, but he can't work and that visa expires in July.
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China resumes issuing visas for Japanese citizens

Dawn 30 Jan 2023
TOKYO. The Chinese embassy in Tokyo announced on Sunday that it would resume issuing visas to Japanese citizens ... China stopped issuing visas to Japanese nationals from January 10 after Tokyo started requiring people arriving from the mainland to test before travel and upon landing.
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China resumes granting visas for Japanese nationals

Hindustan Times 30 Jan 2023
The Chinese government on Sunday said it would resume granting visas for Japanese citizens. "Starting today, the Embassy and the Offices of the Consulates-General of the People's Republic of China will resume issuing ordinary visas for Japanese citizens," a statement posted online by the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo said.
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China U-Turns on Visa Freeze for Japanese

The Epoch Times 30 Jan 2023
TOKYOChina announced it was resuming issuing visas for Japanese travelers beginning Sunday, ending its nearly three-week suspension in an apparent ...
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China says ready to normalize cross-border travel

Kyodo 30 Jan 2023
Beijing said Monday it stands ready to work with all countries to facilitate normal cross-border travel a day after lifting visa issuance restrictions on Japanese citizens that had been imposed in protest of Tokyo's tighter border controls for travelers from China ... China lifts visa issuance restrictions on Japanese citizens.
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China announces resumption of visas for Japanese

Telegraph Herald 30 Jan 2023
TOKYOChina announced it was resuming issuing visas for Japanese travelers beginning Sunday, ending its nearly three-week suspension in an apparent protest of Tokyo’s tougher COVID-19 entry requirements for tourists from China ... .
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Cathay rebuild set despite Japan cutbacks

Hong Kong Standard 30 Jan 2023
But at the same time, it also had to axe more than 120 flights between Hong Kong and Japan scheduled in the next two months as Tokyo retained its travel limitations in spite of China's decision to resume issuing visas to Japanese nationals.
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Fact file: COVID tests for China travellers required by US, EU, UK, Qatar, Morocco, others

Gulf News 30 Jan 2023
PLACES IMPOSING CURBS ... 5 ... EU ... FILE - The Chinese Embassy is pictured in Tokyo on Jan ... China announced it was resuming issuing visas for Japanese travelers beginning Sunday, Jan. 29, ending its nearly three-week suspension in an apparent protest of Tokyo's tougher COVID-19 entry requirements for tourists from China that began ahead of the Lunar New Year.
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Fact file: COVID tests for China travellers required by US, EU, UK, India, Qatar, Morocco, Canada, Australia, others

Gulf News 30 Jan 2023
PLACES IMPOSING CURBS ... 5 ... EU ... FILE - The Chinese Embassy is pictured in Tokyo on Jan ... China announced it was resuming issuing visas for Japanese travelers beginning Sunday, Jan. 29, ending its nearly three-week suspension in an apparent protest of Tokyo's tougher COVID-19 entry requirements for tourists from China that began ahead of the Lunar New Year.
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Korean Lunar New Year vs. Chinese Lunar New Year

Korea Times 30 Jan 2023
Culture has no nationality. By Dong Sun-hwa. On Jan ... Most recently, Beijing has lifted its ban on short-term visas for Japanese travelers, but not for those from Korea. The suspension was imposed earlier this month, when Seoul and Tokyo tightened COVID-19 quarantine measures on the arrivals from China that lately saw a spike in the number of patients ... .
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Experts urge better opioid rescue drug access to save lives

The Associated Press 29 Jan 2023
TOKYO (AP) — China announced it was resuming issuing visas for Japanese travelers beginning Sunday, ending its nearly three-week suspension in an apparent protest of Tokyo's tougher COVID-19 entry requirements for tourists from China ... China stopped issuing new visas in Japan on Jan.
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China resumes visa issuance to Japanese citizens

Kyodo 29 Jan 2023
China said Sunday it will resume issuing visas for Japanese citizens, a procedure it suspended in early January in protest of Japan's tightened COVID-19 measures for travelers from China. The Chinese Embassy in Tokyo said it will resume the visa issuance effective the same day.
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China Resumes Issuing Ordinary Visas to Japanese Nationals - Embassy

Urdu Point 29 Jan 2023
China stopped issuing ordinary visas to Japanese citizens on January 10 in connection with Tokyo's "discriminatory" requirement for Chinese travelers to submit negative PCR tests.
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China resumes issuing visas for Japanese after dispute over border measures

Japan Times 29 Jan 2023
The restart comes after China halted visas earlier this month following tough new border control rules imposed by Tokyo as Beijing ended its nationwide "zero ... .

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