Please check well in advance the requirements at the Chinese Embassy in your country on visa regime for entering China. First week of October China's national celebration is held, businesses will be closed for a week. Please start the process of filling in the visa application form online as soon as possible as it takes time and there are very specific photo requirements
Should you need an invitation letter please first check with the embassy whether there is a template for the invitation letter which needs to be used. WUWM Secretariat will help you further with your visa invitation letters.


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Guiyang has a four-season, monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate (Köppen: Cwa), tempered by its low latitude and high elevation. It has cool winters and moderate-temperature summers; the majority of the year's 1,118 millimetres (44.0 in) of precipitation occurs from May to July. The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from 5.1 °C (41.2 °F) in January to 23.9 °C (75.0 °F) in July, while the annual mean is 15.35 °C (59.6 °F). Rain is common throughout the year, with occasional flurries in winter. With monthly percent possible sunshine ranging from 12 percent in January to 41 percent in August, the city receives only 1150 hours of sunshine, making it one of China's least sunny major cities. Average monthly relative humidity is consistently above 75% throughout the year. The moderate temperature together with other factors including air quality, wind speed, etc. made Guiyang to be ranked No.2 in the "Top 10 Summer Capitals of China".


The people of Guiyang speak a variety of Southwestern Mandarin. It differs from common Mandarin for the retroflex sounds it lacks. Compared to Mandarin which has five tones (four in addition to a non-stressed tone), Guiyang's local language only has three tones. Many old characters from ancient China are still used within Guiyang's language, which sound like Korean or Japanese.



Guiyang is one of the important air transport hubs in Southwest China. Guiyang's main airport is the Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport (KWE) opened on May 28, 1997. It is located in east of Guiyang, 11 km (6.8 mi) away from the city center



Transportation for the delegates will be arranged by CAWA.
 In case you need to take a taxi from the airport the fee is RMB 20. Please bring some Chinese  RMB in cash with you to China because they do not accept credit cards and there are no ATM machines on the airport. There is ATM machine at the hotel.
It is useful to have the name of the hotel in Chinese characters :
Kempinski Hotel Guiyang 贵阳凯宾斯基大酒店