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Tibet Duty Free

Tibet Duty Free:

Visitors to the People's Republic of China are allowed to import 4 bottles of wine or spirits and 600 cigarettes along with their personal belongings. Items such as watches, radios, cameras, and calculators imported duty free for personal use may not be transferred or sold to others. Gifts and articles carried on behalf of others must be declared to the customs inspector and are subject to duty.

Note: Customs officials may seize audio and videotapes, books, records and CDs to check for pornographic, political or religious material.

Customs Regulations:

Visitors to the People's Republic of China are allowed to import 4 bottles of wine or spirits and 600 cigarettes along with their personal belongings. Items such as watches, radios, cameras, and calculators imported duty free for personal use may not be transferred or sold to others. Gifts and articles carried on behalf of others must be declared to the customs inspector and are subject to duty.

Chinese customs regulations prohibit the import or export of the following items:
  • Arms, ammunition, and explosives;
  • Radio transmitter-receivers and principal parts;
  • Chinese currency (renminbi);
  • Books, films, records, tapes, etc. which are "detrimental to China's politics, economy, culture, and ethics" (e.g. pornographic or religious content)
  • Poisonous drugs and narcotics.
  • Infected animal or plant products.
  • Infected foodstuffs.
Export of the following items is also prohibited:
  • Valuable cultural relics and rare books relating to Chinese history, culture, and art;
  • Rare animals, rare plants and their seeds.
  • Precious metals and diamonds and articles made from them.
  • Antiques and imitations which are approved for export are marked with a red wax seal.
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