Pavia Shenzhen step 3


[发怒][抓狂][骷髅][弱]
OK I am pissed off. Sometimes apparently the easiest things are the hardest to solve.
I am trying to get my second visa to China and I were hoping this time things would have goon smoothly.

Yesterday I took my train, went to Milan and, happy-go-lucky the whole computer systems was down, spent there just a 5 hours waiting for the system turning back, no luck…

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So I took my train today, hoping for a better result…

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Guess what… Murphy’s laws …. The invitation letter was wrong (same old story), states 30 day stay not 60 as needed, and could not be nor annual nor multi entry because a company is not entitled to make those requests. …

So at the end….
I will not have the annual  multientry Visa but just a 6 months 2 entry. And only 30 days stay so I will be forced to go to Hong Kong and get back to shenzhen just to be able to stay the 6 weeks requested, cheaper than change flights already purchased anyway…

Then for the next trip, other visa other money other go back and forth from the consulate.. just Hoping I got the visa on Friday
[抓狂]arrrrrghhhhhhh

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After a few days in Shenzhen


OK

time sto say something about my first days here in Shenzhen. I passed a whole week now and I have a better vision. I have to admit I like this place, people is kind and the work environment here in Huawei is great.

The Hotel room is not the most luxurious (I’m at Elite Garden Hotel) but the overall impression is really positive, clean and good service, outside there is a lot of trees and it is a pleasure to walk around. Services like gym, swimming pool, areas to play basketball (not for me of course)…everything looks great.

Then the food, guys if you have ever been used to Italian company restaurant this will amaze you for quality and price. of course you have to like Chinese food, but believe me is great. From breakfast to dinner you have a great choiche of good affordable food.

And when you go to restaurants, or try the chinese wine…. is a great experience, believe me.

As I told before people is great, really kind and try to make you feel comfortable. I’ve been lucky enought to find a great group to work with.

I will have more time to explore and learn about this incredibly wonderful country, but as of today I have to say that China is worth the flight!

back soon

Antonio

 

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After a few days in Shenzhen was originally published on The Puchi Herald Magazine