The Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing
The Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing is Denmark's foremost diplomatic mission in the People's Republic of China.
Denmark recognized the People's Republic of China on January 9th 1950 and diplomatic relations between Denmark and People's Republic of China was established on the 11th of May 1950.
The current embassy compound was finished in June 1974 and is designed by the Danish architect, Gehrdt Bornebusch. It contains the ambassador's residence as well as offices for the employees of the embassy.
The embassy's primary tasks are:
- To ensure that the Chinese-Danish diplomatic relations are maintained and optimized.
- To provide assistance to Denmark's commercial interests in China.
- To raise awareness of Denmark, Danish values and Danish culture to the Chinese citizens.
- To provide visa and consular services for Chinese citizens as well as providing prompt and effective assistance to Danes in China.
Address: San Li Tun, 1 Dong Wu Jie, 100600, Beijing