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Any restrictions on bringing books into China?

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I have family living in China for a year teaching. I have close friends going to China next month as tourists who offered to bring a care package. Would tourist friends have any problems if they were to take some books to send in the local mail there in Beijing? Mostly requests are for innocuous things like children's books, Shakespeare etc. but what about something like biography of Mao? Forgive me if this is a naive question. I have NO knowledge of China.

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