FAM president Walter Nyamilandu said: â€œCamping of the Flames is scheduled to start on April 28 with the approval of Malawi Government as it will still be within the mourning period of the state funeral.â€
Nyamilandu also said FAM has since submitted its proposal to go into camp.
The Chinese Government offered to host the Flames as part of the two countries exchange programme.
Initially, the match was scheduled for April 25, but had to be shifted following the death of former State president Bingu wa Mutharika.
Apart from meeting the costs of hosting the Flames, the Chinese Government is reported to have offered to meet part of the teamâ€™s travel costs.
The Flames are scheduled to depart the country on May 6 and arrive in China the following day.
The Flames will take on the Chinese national team as part of their 2014 World Cup and 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiersâ€™ preparations in which the Flames will face Kenyaâ€™s Harambee Stars, Nigeriaâ€™s Super Eagles and Chadâ€™s Sao.