There are three simple methods to get a chance to do an internship in China as far as I know.
1.Use an agency
Using an agency is an easy way to find an internship. The disadvantage is that you'll have to pay for the steps that the agency does for you: 100-500 Euro for simply researching an internship and get an invitation letter for obtaining a visa,then up to 2,000-4,000 Euro for an all-inclusive service that includes Chinese language course,researching the internship,room and board,networking and so on.The good point is once you choose a good agency, you won't have to wait months for a suitable company.A excellent agency is in good contact with thousands of firms and will find one that fits you best in a short time.
Please be aware of scams.Have you ever seen some ads that say "Lose 15 Kg in 1 month","5 tips to make your boyfriend high","Be a millionare within one year".These are some attractive titles of the beginning of lies.Do you really think these are possible to happen to everyoneIf you don’t,better stay away from these.They may give a thousand promises just to charge youand disappear immediately when you pay them.That is why you need to be very careful when choosing an agency you can trust.Please always be think twice when the agency charge you in the name of procedure fees.
2.Win a scholarship
Finding a scholarship is not an easy task but absolutely possible.Many teenagers have come to China at 15 years old, more come before graduating from high school.What's more inspiring is that some agencies offer scholarships sponsored by companies and regional boards.There are the European scholarships also like the Marie Curie and the Erasmus Mundus.
The opportunities to come to Asia with a scholarship do exist,but they often take lots of work,excellent foresight and a good curriculum vitae.However,most of the opportunities are for study,not for an internship in a company.
3.Do it yourself
The benefit of finding an internship on your own is that you don't have to pay for the fees of an agency and in some cases you may be lucky enough to find someone who will pay you.But in this case I won't speak of an "internship" because technically they're taking you on short-term. The disadvantage is that finding a job in China is quite hard.
There is one more thing you need to keep in mind is that to work in China,you need a strong body to fight against the rich air pollution,terrible traffic and a considerable salary to deal with high living expense.