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If you are planning a stay in China for your research, follow these instructions and save yourself a lot of time and frustration!
I also found a book that I'm convinced is a must-have for graduate students (and others) doing research in China. It's full of practical, methodological, and theoretical advice, and I don't know how I've survived without it before now. If you keep a list of useful resources, this should definitely be on it!
The title is "Doing Fieldwork in China", an edited volume by Maria Heimer and Stig Thogersen (2006). I really think this book is an invaluable resource! - Mindi