The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has opened a Consulate General in Bali.
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Headed by Consul General Hu Yin Quan, the Bali Consulate is the third PRC Consulate
in Indonesia after Surabaya and Medan.
In 2013, 387,533 PRC nationals visited Bali in 2013. For the period January – April 2014 there were 191,433 PRC nationals visit Bali, a number 49.85% ahead of the same period in 2013.
The PRC Consulate is temporarily housed at the Hotel Ayodya
in Nusa Dua
Bali Governor Pastika welcome the PRC Consulate
in Bali, saying the consulate will help enhance diplomatic relations between Bali and the PRC. In this regard, Bali has already established sister-city relationships with the Provinces of Hainan and Yunan.
Pastika said he hoped the establishment of a PRC Consulate in Bali would improve Bali’s image in China and help curb unscrupulous tour programs being marketed to Chinese tourists.
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is Governor Made Mangku Pastika receiving a souvenir gift from the Chinese Consul General to Bali Hu Yin Quan.
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