|Customs Clearance Passage|
|1. There are two options for customs clearance: “declaration clearance” and “non-declaration clearance”.|
2. Inbound and outbound passengers without declarable carry-on items may choose “non-declaration clearance” option (also called “green passage” without filling in the P.R.C. Customs Declaration of Luggage of Inbound and Outbound Passengers (hereinafter referred to as Customs Declaration).
3. With the exception of people exempted from supervision by customs and passengers under 16 years old and accompanied by adults, all inbound and outbound passengers with declarable carry-on items should fill in the Customs Declaration for written customs declaration, and choose “declaration clearance” option (also called “red passage”). Passengers unfamiliar with relevant regulations should actively choose “declaration clearance” option and make a written declaration at the customs’ declaration counter. Any declaration made in any other form or at any other time or place is not deemed valid by the customs.
4. Inbound and outbound passengers with a diplomatic or courtesy visa granted by a competent government authority of the People's Republic of China should actively show their valid certificate to the customs, so that the customs may exempt them from inspection.
5. The items carried by inbound and outbound passengers personally should be limited to reasonable quantities and for personal use. Items exceeding limits should be declared to the customs truthfully and submitted to the customs for inspection according to relevant formalities.
|Items to be Declared to the Customs Upon Exit|
|1. Cultural relics, endangered animals and plants and their products, biological species, gold, silver and other precious metals;|
2. Travel items for personal use such as camera, video camera, and portable computer that have a unit price exceeding RMB 5,000 and need to be brought back by resident passengers after their journey;
3. More than RMB 20,000 of cash or foreign cash equivalent to more than USD 5,000;
4. Cargoes, cargo samples, and advertising products;
5. Other articles declarable to the customs.
|Items to be Declared to the Customs Upon Entry|
|1. Animals and plants and their products, microorganisms, biological products, human tissues and blood products;|
2. Items for personal use obtained by resident passengers from abroad with a total value exceeding RMB 5,000 (incl., the same below);
3. Items to be left in China by non-resident passengers with a total value exceeding RMB 2,000;
4. More than 1500ml of alcoholic beverage (with an alcohol content above 12°vol), more than 400 sticks of cigarettes, more than 100 sticks of cigars, or more than 500g tobacco shred;
5. More than RMB 20,000 of cash or foreign cash equivalent to more than USD5,000;
6. Unaccompanied luggage, cargoes, cargo samples and advertising products;
7. Other articles declarable to the customs.
|Items Prohibited from Exit|
|1. All items included the exit prohibition list;|
2. Manuscripts, prints, films, photographs, discs, films, audio tapes, video tapes, laser discs, computer storage media, and other articles containing any data related to state secrets;
3. Valuable cultural relics and other cultural forms prohibited from exit;
4. Endangered and rare animals, plants (including specimens) and their seeds and breeding materials.
|Items Prohibited from Entry|
|1. Arms, imitation arms, ammunitions and explosives of all kinds;|
2. Counterfeit currencies and counterfeit negotiable securities;
3. Prints, films, photographs, discs, films, audio tapes, video tapes, laser discs, computer storage media, and other articles detrimental to the political, economic, cultural and moral interests of China;
4. Deadly poison of all kinds;
5. Opium, morphine, heroin, marihuana and other addictive drugs and psychotropic substances;
6. Animals, plants and products carrying dangerous bacteria, pests, or other harmful organisms;
7. Foodstuff, medicines, and other articles that originate from epidemic areas, are harmful to health of humans or livestock, or are capable of spreading diseases.
|1. Items for personal use with a value exceeding RMB 5,000, which are obtained from abroad, brought home by residents, and approved by the Customs for personal use;|
2. For items for personal use with a value exceeding RMB 2,000 that are brought to China by non-resident passengers and will be left in China, only the part in excess of the said RMB 2,000 should be subject to taxation. For impartible single items, full tax should be levied;
3. The following items should follow relevant regulations if applicable: tobacco products, alcohol products (China Mainland residents travelling to and from Hong Kong and Macao for private purpose are allowed to bring, free of duty, 200 sticks (a carton) of cigarettes, 50 sticks of cigars or 250g tobacco shred, and one bottle of alcoholic beverage with an alcohol content above 12°vol (this one-bottle limit corresponds to 0.75L, as generally a bottle of red wine contains 0.75L). China Mainland residents and other passengers travelling to and from other countries and regions are allowed to bring, free of duty, 400 sticks (two cartons) of cigarettes, 100 sticks of cigars or 500g tobacco shred, and two bottles of alcoholic beverage with an alcohol content above 12°vol) and 20 types of goods that should be taxed according to national laws and regulations (including TV set, video camera, video recorder, video player, audio equipment, air-conditioner, refrigerator (freezer), washing machine, camera, photocopier, SPC telephone exchange, microcomputers and peripherals, telephone set, radio paging system, fax machine, electronic calculator, typewriter and word processor, furniture, lamps and meal materials).
4. Please consult the airport customs upon exit for more details.
|Customs at Baiyun Airport: 020-81101991|
National Customs: 12360