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Q: can i have things like advil,blue jeans,shoes shipped to china from usa and it actually make it

i read mail and packages sometimes don't make it, fed ex is $ 270.00 for 10 pounds, but i know i will receive it if i usse them

9 years 32 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Yes you can and it would probably cost you as much as going to HK and buying it yourself!

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Yes, you can do it. But instead of having the retailer to send it directly to China, which will cost you a lot of money, you can have your stuff delivered to a Chinese logistic company operating in US.

My wife sometimes does it to get US baby products.

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shipping from home is expensive and may not get there. Even my post cards going home from there took over 3 weeks and thats slow. The service there sucks. Shipping home is much cheaper tho.

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