The arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport. Some Chinese dual passport holders fear returning to their country of birth. Photo: AFPThe arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport. Some Chinese dual passport holders fear returning to their country of birth. Photo: AFP
The arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport. Some Chinese dual passport holders fear returning to their country of birth. Photo: AFP

Entry denied: the identity crisis facing China’s covert dual passport holders

Beijing has warned of its zero tolerance for dual nationality. Now some foreign citizens who held on to their Chinese identity documents fear the consequences of returning

Topic |   Chinese overseas
The arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport. Some Chinese dual passport holders fear returning to their country of birth. Photo: AFPThe arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport. Some Chinese dual passport holders fear returning to their country of birth. Photo: AFP
The arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport. Some Chinese dual passport holders fear returning to their country of birth. Photo: AFP
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