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Online CBA: Which Goods are Prohibited from Being Mailed to China?

Photo: Mail service
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Q: Which goods are prohibited from being mailed to China?

A: A number of goods/product categories have been designated as unacceptable for carriage by the mail service within China. These include:

  • Arms, ammunition and explosives of all kinds
  • Coins, banknotes, counterfeit currencies and counterfeit negotiable securities
  • Any published materials, promotion materials and printed matters which may be deemed detrimental to the national security, social stability and political stability, as well as obscene items
  • Poisons of all kinds
  • All kinds of narcotic drugs, such as opium and morphine
  • All kinds of biochemical products and infectious items, such as anthrax, dangerous bacteria and medical waste
  • All kinds of items that obstruct public health, such as bones, animal organs and limbs

For further details (in Chinese), please refer to the following webpage:
Catalogue of Prohibited Mailing Items and Handling Methods

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