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China beefs up check on mail and parcels
Sep 16, 2009 02:02
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China has tightened safety checks on mail and parcels to addresses in Beijing as of September 15, in an effort to ensure the safety and security of the National Day celebrations, according to a circular jointly issued by six administrative organizations including the Ministry of Public Security, the State Post Bureau o and the Ministry of Transport.

The interim regulations on postal service will be in effect from September 15 to October 8. During this period, all shipping agents including international freight forwarders, transport and logistics companies, freight and passenger transport stations are required to check each mail item and parcel sent to Beijing and write down the ID number of the delivery items.Postal and express mail service providers are also ordered to carefully the mailed items and record the details of the mailed items. All the efforts are made to prevent carriage and delivery of banned materials to Beijing. The banned materials include weapons and ammunition, explosives, flammable and corrosive materials poison, narcotics, biochemical products and infectious goods.
Sep 18, 2009 14:53
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GUEST97213 OMG FLICKER. How did u ever think of that name? It looks like another word when viewed quickly on the screen. Sure beats Wayne Kerr.
Sep 30, 2009 21:38
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>OMG FLICKER. How did u ever think of that name? It looks like another word when viewed quickly on the screen. Sure beats Wayne Kerr.

Yeah, and while Chinese officials are busy banning other dangerous goods, perhaps they should also ban his name from TCG? :)
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