Netherlands Embassy and Consulates China
The Netherlands is the only country in the world where promoting international law is enshrined in the constitution. The Kingdom is strongly committed to the international legal order and works actively to promote peace and development worldwide. The Netherlands seeks a world in which people everywhere can be sure that justice will prevail.
The Dutch diplomatic network to China represents Dutch citizens and Dutch interests in China. The netwerk consists of the embassy in Beijing and consulates-general in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing and Hong Kong, as well as six Netherlands Business Support Offices (NBSO's) in second tier cities.
March 2, 2015 Dutch Prime Minister Rutte will be visiting China from 24 to 29 March 2015. He will be accompanied by Minister of Infrastructure and Environment Ms Wilma Mansveld and a delegation from the Dutch business. During his trip the Prime Minister will join the Boao Forum for Asia, an annual conference for politicians and representatives from business, science and media. The trip will focus on further strengthening diplomatic and economic ties between the Netherlands and China.
February 2, 2015 The Dutch health care system is again the best in Europe, according to the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI). Ever since a major reform of the health care system in 2006, the Dutch system received more points in the Index each year. It has consistently been part of the EHCI top 3 in recent years.
- Challenges in Food Safety- succesful event of the Embassy
- Netherlands Minister of Economic Affairs Visits China
- Dutch Expert receives prestigious Chinese science award
- BenCham New Year's Drink on 23 January 2015
- Opening hours of the Dutch representations in the holiday season
- Dutch Days well received, return to China next year
- Consulate-General in Chongqing closed from 20 through 28 December
- 2014 Human Rights Tulip for Mideast Youth
- Human Rights Day Documentary Screening
- Consulate-general in Shanghai closed from 11am on December 12