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BIOHK2021 Update 香港国际生物科技展資訊更新

BIOHK is an international convention organized by Hong Kong Biotechnology Organization to introduce novel state-of-the-art biotech innovations from around the globe and provide an extensive platform to allow pioneers of the biotech industry to convene, with the purpose of promoting Hong Kong as an international innovation hub for biotech.

However, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, BIOHK2021 had to be postponed several times and now has been decided to be postponed to 10-13 March 2021. In view of the continuing uncertainties amidst the COVID-19 epidemic, the safety of participants is definitely our prioritized concern. For any subsequent changes, we will promptly notify all stakeholders and exhibitors for getting better prepared and arranged.

It’s true that COVID-19 brings us plenty of negative impacts, on another hand, it arouses awareness in biotech and speeds up the biotech development. BIOHK2021 must be the first International Biotech Convention when COVID-19 is over. So please reserve your time to join this significant biotech event in Hong Kong.

BIOHK2021 team hereby expresses our gratitude for all those supporting to BIOHK2021. We will continue to try our best in organizing BIOHK2021, which brings biotech industry an international biotech event, with the purpose of promoting the biotech development.

Please visit this website or email to info@biohk.org.hk for any enquiries.

香港国际生物科技展是由香港生物科技协会所举办的国际会议,引入全球最创新的生物技术,及提供一个让生物科技行业聚集一堂的平台,旨在促进香港成为国际生物科技创新中心。

可是,受到新型冠状病毒疫情影响,香港国际生物科技展已推迟数次,而香港国际生物科技展现已决定延至2021年3月10日至13日举办。由于疫情存在变量,参加者安全必然是我们首要的考虑。如果科技展有任何变动,我们亦会适时通知各持份者及参展商,确保各方有充足时间作准备及安排。

确实,COVID-19给我们带来了很多负面影响,但另一方面,它引起了人们对生物科技的关注及加快生物科技的发展。当新冠肺炎结束时,香港国际生物科技展必会是第一个举办的国际生物科技大会,所以请预留时间参加这个于香港举办的生物科技盛会。

香港国际生物科技展筹委会在此感谢各方的支持,我们会尽最大努力办好香港国际生物科技展,为生物科技界带来一个国际性的生物科技活动,以促进生物科技发展。

如有查询,请浏览本网站或电邮至 info@biohk.org.hk

Visa Requirements

Visa requirements vary depending on your passport, Hong Kong has a separate immigration policy from Mainland China. Under the existing visa-free visit regime, nationals of about 170 countries and territories may visit Hong Kong without a visa/entry permit for a period ranging from 7 days to 180 days. For more information on visa/entry permit requirements for visitors to the HKSAR, you may refer to the "Visit Visa / Entry Permit Requirements for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region" webpage. In general, all visitors to Hong Kong must have a passport that is valid for at least one month after the period of their intended stay.

If you do require a visa to visit Hong Kong, these can be obtained from your nearest Chinese embassy.

Entry Arrangements for Chinese Nationals Residing in Mainland China

Mainland Chinese residents wishing to make business trips to Hong Kong in their private capacity are required to obtain an EEP and an “endorsement for the business visit (Shangwu)” from the relevant Public Security Bureau Office. (Click here for the "Notice to Mainland Residents holding Business Visit Endorsement")

Entry Arrangements for Foreign Nationals

Visitors from most countries are not required to obtain a visa and can stay for periods varying from 7 days to 180 days, depending on nationality. Please check the website of the Hong Kong Immigration Department (HKSAR Visa Requirements for Foreign Countries) for more information regarding visa/entry permit requirements for visitors to the HKSAR.

*You may be required to include Visa Application Supporting Letter. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with subject title Visa Application Supporting Letter prior completion of registration and payment.

Entry to Mainland China

Convention attendees interested on the Greater Bay Area tour following the convention are required to hold a valid passport bearing an entry visa to Mainland China (with the exception of a few passports that can enter without a visa such as Singapore, Japan and the UAE).  

If you are unsure, we kindly ask if you could check with your local Chinese embassy or consulate before traveling.