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Visa Question: China, HK, Korea

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If I am able to secure a multiple entry Visa from the Chinese Embassy, would I be able to do the following:

1. Enter China
2. 30 days later enter Hong Kong for 1-3 days (no visa needed if stay under 90 days)
3. Re-enter China (and have 30 more days)
4. 30 days later enter Korea (no visa needed if stay is under 30 days and proof of transportation out shown) and stay 1-3 days
5. Re-enter China (and have 30 more days)
6. Then fly out of China back home to the US.

My goal is to stay in China for around 90 days without having to ask for a "90 day visa" which I hear is not easy to do.

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