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Bringing electronics into China

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I am traveling to Beijing with a tour group in the near future, and have a question about bringing electronics into China. Unfortunately, eventhough I am on vacation, I need to bring my laptop and Blackberry with me to stay on top of work. My video iPod is also a required accessory. The representative from the tour company indicated that if you bring electronics such as these into China they will be confiscated. I find this very difficult (impossible) to believe having traveled extensively all over the world with my laptop and Blackberry in tow, and never having an issue. This is my first organized tour experience, and I suspect this is a case of the company not wanting any liability in the event that something would happen to these items. Any thoughts/input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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