Zambia Embassy
Beijing China


Ambassador Eva K. Fundafunda (Ms)
5 Dong Si Jie San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100600, P.R. China
Tel: (86-10) 6532-1554 , 65321778, 65322058
Fax: (86-10) 6532- 1891





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H.E. Eva K. Fundafunda (Ms)


Welcome to the Zambia Embassy in Beijing!!!

Our objective is imbedded in our mission statement, which is to effectively promote and protect Zambia’s interests and maintain good international relations in order to contribute to sustainable development. In trying to do so, the Embassy endeavours to promote Zambia’s relations with China politically, economically, culturally and also in the area of defence and security. The relations between our two countries dates back 45 years and has seen it grow from strength to strength.

Through this website, we, at the Zambia Embassy, are resolved to providing appropriate information to the general public and our esteemed clients on Zambia in general, consular services and also in the area of Trade and investment. We will continue to do so in a visionary manner with complete transparency and integrity.

Zambia is a country that offers immeasurable opportunities. In order to translate the identified potential in our various sectors, the Embassy is closely working with the government agencies, such as Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Zambia Development Agency, Zambia Tourism Board to create and disseminate tangible opportunities for Sectoral investments. Opportunities exist in many areas, notably in Agriculture, construction, Health, Education, Mining and quarrying, tourism etc. Relevant information can be found on the specific sectors for investment opportunities available on our website under ‘’economic, trade and investment section’’.

The website will give you an opportunity to understand Zambia not only as a country but as an ideal place for investment and what it offers as a tourist destination. Zambia is home of the Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world and many other magnificent waterfalls, spectacular wildlife, super safaris, great adventures, rich culture and unbelievably friendly people.

Feel free to give us your feed back, so we can serve you better. You may wish to send your queries by email or by paying us a visit. We shall endeavour to respond to you in the shortest possible time. Enjoy yourselves interacting with us through our website.

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Press Resleases


Dr. Frederick Jacob Titus Chiluba (April 30, 1943 – June 18, 2011)

Ambassador of the Republic of Zambia to the People’s Republic of China, Her Excellency, Joyce Chembe Musenge (Mrs.) regrets to announce the death of Dr. Frederick Chiluba, Zambia’s Second Republican President who pastaway on 18th June, 2011 after a short illness. He died at his Kabulonga home in Lusaka during the early hours of the day.

The Late Dr. Chiluba will be remembered for being one of the pioneers of the reintroduction of multi-party politics in Zambia and being the first President of the ruling Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD). He undertook two visits to The People's Republic of China during his tenure from 1991 to 2001. The first one was an Official visit in 1993, whilst the second one was a State visit in 2000.

As we remember him during the one week national mourning, the Embassy will open a book of Condolences at the Chancery for the leadership from the host government , the Diplomatic Community, Zambian Community and any other persons that may so wish, to sign. This will run from 09:00 am to 5:00 pm from the 23rd to 25th of June, 2011,

The Embassy will further conduct prayers at the Chancery, for the late Dr. Chiluba on day of his burial on 27th June, 2011 at 1430hrs. Zambians and friends wishing to attend the prayers are welcome to do so.



The government of the People’s Republic of China has described the late Former President Dr. Frederick Titus Jacob Chiluba as an outstanding politician who attached great importance to the development of the relations between Zambia and China. In a message signed in the book of condolences at the Embassy of the Republic of Zambia in Beijing on 25th June, 2011, Mr. Zhang Kun Sheng, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs said that the late Dr. Chiluba made outstanding contributions to promote the friendship and cooperation between Zambia and China, and as such the Chinese leadership would like to express its deep sorrow over his death.

Later, during a brief meeting he held with Zambia’s Ambassador to China, Her Excellency, Mrs. Joyce Chembe Musenge, Mr. Zhang praised the Zambian government for mourning the Late Dr. Chiluba with dignity and according the Chinese leadership and its nationals, an opportunity to mourn him with the people of Zambia in Beijing. In response, Ambassador Musenge expressed her appreciation on behalf of the Zambian government over the Chinese government’s message of condolences.

She said she was deeply touched by the gesture that signified true friendship between the two countries. She reassured the Minister of Zambia’s commitment to continued cordial relations with China.
On the late Dr. Chiluba, she said he greatly contributed to the reintroduction of multi-party politics, liberal economic reforms in Zambia and that as a former trade unionist he had a great passion for workers’ rights.


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Embassy Holidays

We are closed on the following Zambian and Chinese holidays:

  • January 1 , New Year's Day
  • Feb: Lunar New Year
  • March 12 , Youth Day
  • May 1, International Labour Day
  • May 25 , Africa Freedom Day (anniversary of the OAU's Founding)
  • July 2 , Heroes Day
  • July 3, Unity Day
  • August 6, farmer's Day
  • October 1,  Chinese National Day             
  • October 24 , Independence Day (National Day)
  • December 25 , Christmas Day

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