Chinese tech giant Tencent said on Thursday that it now allows foreign tourists to link their international credit cards to its payment service WeChat Pay. With the rise of digital payments in China, foreign visitors have sometimes encountered difficulty in the country as many shops and restaurants only accept digital payments. Tencent has published bilingual Chinese and English guidelines on how to add a card within its super app WeChat, with overseas cardholders able to “pay like a local” via payment codes or scanning merchants’ QR codes, the company said. However, WeChat added that a 3% transaction fee will be charged when a single transaction amounts to RMB 200 or over. [WeChat, in Chinese]