China just added another country to the list of foreign visa exemption. Belarus is one of exempted countries so whenever you wanna go, you can just go.
On June 10, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei signed a visa agreement for the exemption of ordinary passport holders between China and Belarus on behalf of their respective governments. The agreement will be effective as of August 10th after both parties have completed their respective domestic legal procedures. At that time, the ordinary passport holders of the two countries will travel to the other country for travel, business, and family visits. They can be exempted from visas for stays up to 30 days.
Belarus is the 13th country that has visas exemptions for ordinary passport holders from China. It is also the fourth country in the European region after San Marino, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has reached a visa agreement with China to exempt foreign passport holders. Now you can just take your bag, buy a ticket and fly to the beautiful and rich eastern plains to enjoy the Slavic style.