Residents of Taiwan will soon be able enter the rest of China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau) with no entry permit requirements, Reuters reported on Sunday.

The move eliminates a big headache for the hundreds of thousands of people from Taiwan who work, live, or frequently visit cities like Beijing.

This is the latest in a series of new policies allowing easier to travel to China.

In November 2014, China and the US announced new 10-year visas for qualified citizens of the two countries, for business or tourism, and five-year visas for students. Canada and China followed suit in March 2015 with a similar plan.

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