China–Ireland relations are interstate relations of China and Ireland. Both countries established diplomatic relations on June 22, 1979. Both countries exchanged ambassadors in 1980. Ireland has an embassy in Beijing, a general consulate in Shanghai and an honorary consulate in Hong Kong. China has an embassy in Dublin.
There are around 16,500 people of Chinese descent living in Ireland.
- Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Ireland
- Chinese embassy in Dublin
- Irish embassy in Beijing
- Xi Jinping Interview with Irish Times
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