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Two Layovers

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I am a U.S. citizen and live in South Korea.

I have an upcoming trip soon, and the trip is:

Seoul to Guangzhou, China, and a two hour layover.
Guangzhou to New Delhi.

Two weeks later:
New Delhi to Guangzhou for a two hour layover.
Guangzhou to Seoul.

My question is, am I allowed to have 2 layovers in China? Do I need a visa for a multiple entry? I have had major difficulty in the past trying to get in and out of China, and have had to miss a trip to Thailand because of it. Any advice would be great.

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