Asked by David from Canada | Dec. 18, 2018 00:24
About:China Customs Declaration

Question about bring gifts and money from China to Canada


I will be going back to my home country (Canada) for the holiday period shortly, and coming back in January.

I bought 6 gift boxes of tea leaves + tea cup sets (worth 78 CNY each) for my friends and family back in Canada that I am going to visit. I've confirmed that I'm okay to bring it on the plane and into Canada, but is there anything I need to do on the Chinese side?

Also, I'm looking to bring money with me. I've read that the maximum amount of CNY you can bring with you on a trip from China, without having to declare / do anything on the Chinese side, is 20000 CNY. Is this still a valid figure? Should I mention it regardless when leaving the country?

Answers (1)
Answered by Kaitlyn from United Kingdom | Dec. 20, 2018 18:05
Don't worry. You can take those tea leaves and tea cup sets. In addition, yes, the CNY20000 is still a valid figure.
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