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Customs in China

Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2015 6:34 pm
by inbeijing
Before moving to China, you have to seek information on goods which are allowed and those which are prohibited in the country.

The following products are allowed in China within the following limits:

Cigarettes, cigars, tobacco:

400 cigarettes – if you stay for less than 6 months in China

600 cigarettes – if you stay for more than 6 months in China

Alcohols:

2 bottles of 75 cl – if you stay for less than 6 months in China

4 bottles of 75 cl – if you stay for more than 6 months in China

Gifts and sundries:

Reasonable quantity of perfume for personal use

Gold, silver, jewelry:

50 grams maximum

Electronic products:

1 camera, 1 camcorder or 1 laptop

Prohibited Items
Weapons, ammunition, explosives, counterfeit items, audio or video materials (from CDs, video, computer programs etc.) contrary to the economic, cultural and moral interests of the Republic of China, poisons, opium, heroin, marijuana and other psychotropic drugs, sick animals or plants, rare plants or animals.

Useful link:

China Tourism - Customs allowances www.tourismchina-ca.com
General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China english.customs.gov.cn

Re: Customs in China

Posted: Thu Nov 26, 2015 5:37 pm
by Bienk
They are a bit necessary to be understood because such things leaves an impact when we talk of visiting them. This is the part which does exists in it and that's how we can think for betterment generally.