You tell of a requirement to “present a Release Letter and Letter of Reference from your previous employer” when moving on to a new position in China, and say “You need both a letter of release and recommendation … in order to move on”.
The 'Letter of Release' is straightforward enough (you kindly supply a copy on the website), but what of the ‘Letter of Reference/recommendation’? Is this, in common with the ‘Letter of Release’, an official form? Or is it an informally written letter from the dean of the foreign languages department saying what a sterling worker you have been?
With this document Letter of Release
you seem to be presenting a copy of a ‘letter of release’; the problem is that its Chinese title is ‘waiguo wenjiao zhuanjia huo waiji zhuanye renyuan tuijianxin’
, and ‘tuijianxin
’ means ‘letter of recommendation’, not ‘letter of release’.
Might it be that only one document is required, not two?