What should I not bring to China?
date:2010-06-11
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Prohibited and Restricted Imports

--The following items cannot be brought into the PRC:

(1) Weapons, articles that appear to be or are replicas of weapons, ammunitions and explosives, including fireworks.

(2) Counterfeit currency and fake securities.

(3) Printed articles or films, photos, phonograph records, movies, audio tapes, video tapes, laser optic disks, omputer memory media and other articles which are considered socially disruptive or harmful to China's politics, economy, culture or morality.

(4) Poisons and poisonous liquids.

(5) Opium, morphine, heroin, marijuana and other narcotics or hallucinogens.

(6) Animal and plant products that carry dangerous germs, pests and bacteria.

(7) Food, drugs and other articles which are harmful to the health of human beings or animals or which come from infectious disease-stricken regions or which are known to be disease-spreading.

--The following items are subject to restricted entry:

(1) Radio transceivers and secure communication devices.

(2) Cigarettes and alcohol.

(3) Endangered species of fauna and flora (including chemical and scientific specimens) as well as their seeds and reproductive materials.

(4) Amounts over RMB 6, 000 in Chinese Yuan Renminbi.

Prohibited and Restricted Exports

--The following items cannot be taken out of China:

(1) Weapons, articles that appear to be or are replicas of weapons, ammunitions and explosives, including fireworks.

(2) Counterfeit currency and fake securities.

(3) Printed articles or films, photos, phonograph records, movies, audio tapes, video tapes, laser optic disks, computer memory media and other articles which are considered socially disruptive or harmful to China's politics, economy, culture and morality.

(4) Poisons and poisonous liquids

(5) Opium, morphine, heroin, marijuana and other narcotics or hallucinogens.

(6) Animal and plant products that carry dangerous germs, pests and bacteria.

(7) Food, drugs and other articles which are harmful to the health of human beings or animals or which come from infectious disease-stricken regions or which are known to be disease-spreading.

(8) Manuscripts, printed materials, films, photos, phonograph records, movies, audio tapes, video tapes, laser optic discs, computer memory media and other articles whose contents are related to China's State secrets.

(9) Antiques and relics of extreme cultural significance.

(10) Endangered species of fauna and flora (including chemical and scientific specimens) as well as their seeds and reproductive materials.

--The following items may be subject to restricted exit:

(1) Precious metals, including gold, silver, and platinum.

(2) Chinese national currency in amounts in excess of RMB 6,000.  

(3) Foreign currencies and securities in foreign currencies.

(4) Radio transceivers and secure communication devices.

(5) Rare Chinese medicinal herbs and materials.

(6) Antiques.

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