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Beijing 100600
China
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international: +86.10.6532.1708
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David Knight
Sat, 18 Aug 2012 22:18 EDT
Samantha Namutebi
Dear Sir/Madam,

I sent this email last week in the hope that you could look into the case of my good friend Samantha Namutebi, who is in prison in Shanghai, but have received no reply.
I am at present working in the Philippines but I have two friends, Bella and Flora in Shanghai who, I believe, have contacted you regarding this case.
According to Bella she has lost her passport and didn't report it to the chinese authorities. She has possibly overstayed her visa too by several months.
I know this is a serious offence and that she will need to serve her term and will probably be deported back to Uganda. However, I have been unable to find out anything.
I believe she is being held at Shanghai Detention Centre on Hunan Road, Pudong in Shanghai.
Her brother, Habib Namutebi, has been calling me constantly for news and I am unable to do anything, having spent two days trying to locate her in Shanghai.
I would be very grateful if you could give me any information regarding Samantha.
I am willing to pay any fines or flight costs that her deportation to Uganda may incur.
I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks and kind regards,

David Knight


Dear Sir/Madam,

My good friend Samantha Namutebi has apparently been arrested in Shanghai.
She's 24 years old and her family contacted me to try to find her and possibly pay her fine.
I'm not sure why she was arrested, possibly overstaying her visa.
I have been in Shanghai for 2 days trying to locate her with no success and have to leave tomorrow.
The police won't even confirm if she has been arrested or not.
Any information that you could find out for me would be greatly appreciated.
I am wiling to pay any costs that may be incurred securing her release and return home.

Thanks and regards,

David Knight
James
Mon, 6 Aug 2012 03:41 EDT
SOS
There is a Ugandan woman named Juliet Nabatanzi in hospital. She is in Beijing Ditan Yi Yuan. Last night I was in the hospital to visit a friend on an unrelated matter when a doctor saw me and asked me to translate as a fellow African. I speak some Chinese but Juliet does not.

Juliet is pregnant, HIV positive and has no money so they will not treat her for malnutrition, paralysis and pain, let alone AIDS. They only give free treatment to Chinese citizens. I contacted the embassy but they say they can not help as she doesn't have her documents with her. But the woman can barely speak and I couldn't find her hotel (where she says the documents are).

If anyone is willing or able to help her, she is in Beijing Ditan YiYuan.
makomba W Asaba
Thu, 26 Jul 2012 01:35 EDT
attending the training Alone.
thanks for all you are doing we appreciate i have just a small inquiry am putting forward to our embassy there are trainings that at taking place in Beijing China in medical treatmeent of diseases using Traditional chinese medicine which i beleive most medics would benefit they had invited atleast 2 pple from each country however, i found my self alone which left me wondering other countries has more than two particapates . we loose a lot by not attending thanks for adressing this in future. thanks once again for your best services
hamuza
Sun, 19 Feb 2012 01:40 EST
help
i have an l category visa whick is for 90 days, how can i extend it to about 180 days or help me how to get an f category. please help me this one is yet to get finnished.
Rich
Sat, 11 Feb 2012 02:17 EST
"Help would like to get some information about a relative who travelled to china but we nolonger hear from her we suspect she is not okey" Stella
You should instead suspect she is ok unless otherwise communicated. Most people when they travel abroad they try as much as possible to cut links from their relatives to avoid endless demands.
Alice Yip
Thu, 8 Dec 2011 21:57 EST
HK SAR passport need visa to Uganda ?
We would like to check if holding HK SAR passport visit to Uganda (Tourist) is visa require or not ?

Our customers will travel to Entebbe, Uganda on 18Dec-06Jan12 - 20days.

Please kindly advise if need visa application details by return
peter
Mon, 5 Dec 2011 05:14 EST
help
thanx for the good work u are doing can u please list for methe names of ugandan ambasoders that served from 1980-1995 thanx alot.im loking foward for my repry my email is(pupity@yahoo.com)
Loy Joy
Thu, 27 Oct 2011 03:35 EDT
customer services
I was so suprised at the same time hambled by the fact that customer service was so fast, respectful, gentle in away that i was just proud of the whole managment the way this embassy receives people on phone.Thank you and real you represent Uganda very well.I hope many customer service embassies get to share your work ethics. The world will be more happy. Thank you first time impression was great and that all it takes. Loy Joy Lwabaai -California.
stella
Fri, 25 Sep 2009 04:01 EDT
help
would like to get some information about a relative who travelled to china but we nolonger hear from her we suspect she is not okey
stella
Fri, 25 Sep 2009 04:01 EDT
help
would like to get some information about a relative who travelled to china but we nolonger hear from her we suspect she is not okey

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