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[good stocklots goods] – pp bottles in yiwu!

hacos has cooperated with many stock factory in yiwu, zhongshan, guangzhou etc., we provide purchasing, following orders, logistic, one-stop services. we’ll share you some good stock goods from time to time. 

hacos现跟多家在义乌,中山,广州等库存工厂合作。我们提供采购,跟单,物流,一条龙服务。我们会时不时跟您分享好的库存货。

[previous stock products]

bellow are some stock pp bottles stocklots in yiwu.

这期我们要介绍的是义乌的库存——pp材质水瓶

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

01

material: food-grade pc,pp,silicone

volumn: 400ml

packing: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 11520pcs

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

02

material: food-grade pc,pp,silicone

volumn: 360ml

packing: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 33840pcs

 

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

03

material: food-grade pc,pp,siliconevolumn: 440mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 1278pcs

 

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

04

material: food-grade pc,pp,siliconevolumn: 400mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 12600pcs

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

05

material: food-grade pc,ppvolumn: 400mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 12600pcs

 

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

06

material: food-grade pc,ppvolumn: 350mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 34560pcs

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

07

material: food-grade pc,pp,siliconevolumn: 400mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 11520pcs

 

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

08

material: food-grade pc,pp,siliconevolumn: 450mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 17280pcs

 

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

09

material: food-grade pc,pp,siliconevolumn: 500mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 4896pcs

 

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

[good stocklots goods] - pp bottles in yiwu!

10

material: food-grade pc,pp,siliconevolumn: 450mlpacking: 72pcs/ctn

stock qty: 49896pcs

 
 

 

 

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don’t carry these items when you leave china!

in normal conditions, many foreigners will bring some chinese specialties or souvenirs to their friends when they leave china, but some items must not be brought! or you may not only be exposed to the risk of being confiscated, but sometimes you will be fined.

don't carry these items when you leave china!

there are not only a large number of items detained by the customs, but also a great deal of varieties. the following are netizens’ sad experience when passing the customs.

everything related to “chicken”

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“chongqing hotpot condiment was confiscated by customs staff. they said that the ingredients contained chicken essence. at that time, bird flu broke out in the mainland.”@嫩寒ace

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“bak foong pills(chinese medicine for general health) , because the chicken is painted on external packing.” @斯夫-k

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“small crispy cookie with scallions! i tried to explain the chicken flavor just seasoning, but the customs insisted that there is a chicken word on the packing! “ @王乐乐

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“the duck neck with the chicken essence written in the ingredients was confiscated, and the duck neck with the msg in the ingredients can be carried smoothly.”@小学生生生生_

strange experience 

of being speechless

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“plaster. because the tiger was painted on the outer packing, the plaster is considered to contain the tiger ingredient.” @偲偲cissy

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“a moon cake gift box, the customs let the chinese staff take out the egg yolk inside.” @爱国湿人张大发

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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“master kong shrimp and fish noodle. when passing the customs, the staff had to open the  seasoning packets inside. at the end, the customs officers said that it was delicious and took away my three packs of instant noodles!” @网友still-up

how to tell if something 

can pass customs?

in the international air express delivery industry, there are several distinctions between goods: general goods, sensitive goods, and contraband.

how to distinguish?

1. general goods do not contain sensitive goods or contraband.

2. contraband is easy to identify. 

arms, chemicals, powder, pure batteries, pure liquid, flammable and explosive materials, meat, fruit, jewelry, valuables, drugs, magnetic products, air-conditioning products with refrigeration machine, etc. items of this type are strictly prohibited from being mailed.

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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3. sensitive goods are generally between general goods and contraband. 

following 7 categories of items:

(1) all kinds of foods, drugs, etc., since such items involve biological invasion, international transportation needs the quarantine certificate, and may be considered as sensitive goods without quarantine certificate.

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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(2) unstable articles such as liquids, pastes, powders, etc., such items are extremely easy to vaporize during the aviation process, and cause physical explosions. (such as cosmetics)

(3) battery-type goods. the battery will affect the magnetic field electrical signal to a certain extent, and will interfere with aviation safety. it belongs to aviation restricted transportation items, but it is not a contraband and can be transported with special procedures.

(4) all kinds of famous brand goods, luxury goods, such goods are often involved in infringement and other legal disputes. where the origin of goods written make in xx, and counterfeit name brand are legal infringement of goods.

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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(5) magnetic objects. magnetic items will easily generate electromagnetic waves during high-speed flight, or their own magnetic fields will interfere with the magnetic field image of aviation signals, which are aviation safety items.

(6) cds. prints, films, photographs, records, films, tapes, laser discs, computer storage media and other items that are harmful to the political, economic, and cultural ethics of the country of destination or involve international secrets.

(7) gold and silver, valuable art, etc. valuables are easy to cause loss, theft, robbery and so on.

don't carry these items when you leave china!

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if the items sent contain the contraband or sensitive products mentioned above, or you are uncertain about the risk of delivery, be sure to consult with a professional staff member before carrying through customs.

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!

in the online world, it’s very difficult to talk to chinese people without using emojis. however, did you know that people in different age groups have totally different preferences for choosing their emojis?

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!

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the result is based on a report released by tencent’s wechat, china’s most popular messaging app, on its official weibo account last week.

facepalm 

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!
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“facepalm” is said to be based on hong kong top star stephen chow’s classic role in a movie. 

specifically, for users who were born in the 2000s, your favourite wechat emoji would probably be the widely used “facepalm” , rumored to be based on the famous hong kong movie star stephen chow. you also may be a night owl without much sleep, while iced beverages and desserts are your cup of tea.

face with tears of joy 

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!
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“face with tears of joy” is the word of the year declared by oxford english dictionary in 2015.  

for china’s post-90s wechat users, you are likely to get out of bed later in the morning compared with other groups, and the emoji “face with tears of joy” may rule your online social life. also, your reading materials have shifted from entertainment and gossip three years ago to the current relationship and lifestyle pieces.

grin 

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!
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“grin” is listed as the favourite emoji for users who were born in the 1980s. 

and if you were born in the 1980s, your tastes have remained the same, as you are still fond of reading news on national affairs. and “grin” is your emoji of the year.

chuckle 

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!

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“chuckle” is listed as the favourite emoji for users who were born in the 1970s. 

 

wechat users born in the 1970s are called the optimistic group, who like to use the emoji “chuckle” and go through their moments frequently every day. their bed time unusually takes place around 11:30 pm.

thumbs-up 

 

creepy: emoji usage reveals your age group!

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the emoji “giving a thumbs-up” wins the favour from wechat users above 55 years old. 

users over 55 are the early-bird group with rich entertainment activities in wechat platforms, such as looking through moments, reading and shopping. they like to cheer up other age groups, so their favourite emoji is “giving a thumbs-up”. 

compared to the year before

the report also indicates that wechat boasts more than 1.08 billion active users with 45 billion messages being sent and 410 million calls getting through the app each day in 2018.

in addition to covering users’ socializing, wechat has gradually penetrated into our daily lives. compared to the year before, people used wechat 4.7 times more to purchase public transport tickets, and 2.9 times more to pay for medical expenses.

also, the app was utilized 1.5 times more over the previous year to pay for meals, with beijing, guangzhou and shenzhen ranked as the top three cities in dining purchases through wechat.

since the release of the report, some online users believe that their chat data has been used for big-data analysis, while others are asking where they can attain their own personalized wechat usage reports.

expats living in these chinese cities, what’re differences?

with the circulation of information becomes increasingly convenient, the whole world is like a village. people from one country to another country, travel or live without any barriers like before, nor need to travel across the ocean like columbus. all you need is a set the formalities only.

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

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as an opening modern country, china has naturally welcomed countless foreign friends to visit and live. so, which city has the most numbers of foreigners? there is no doubt that beijing, shanghai, guangzhou” win the competition. the haunting “北上广” which cannot be avoided, is not only for the people of the country but also for the foreigners coming to china.

# certainly, what are the differences between these foreigners in 北上广?

beijing

as we all know, beijing, formally romanized as peking, is a city name people recognize around the globe, the political capital of china and can most appropriately be matched up to washington, d.c. because of the location, there is a huge number of east asians and russians living or working here.

for example, most of the  south korean gather in wangjing(望京). it is said that there are more than 100 thousand south koreans living or staying here for a long time. even when you walk in the street, you will hear some korea which almost has a feeling of being in seoul.

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

according to thebeijinger, wechat went nuts on mar 31, 2015, with a viral post from @shamelesschina, an anonymous account that launched its notoriety with a witty post outlining the eight types of the foreigner in beijing.

there are gulou hipsters, wudaokou students, english teachers, ibankers, yuppies, worn out junkies, righteous fighters and glamorous asians.

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

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shanghai

the most cosmopolitan city and the new york of china, the flashing lights while on a river cruise will make you happy to call shanghai home. the foreigners here are naturally in business, especially from east asia, such as japanese. most japanese in shanghai live in hengshan road, kangqiao, lushan and lujiazui, where close to japanese companies.

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

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traditionally there have two very visible types of foreigners working in shanghai: senior executives running the china operations of multinational companies, and english teachers.

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

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recently the first group has been declining as more chinese nationals take leadership roles. in fact, the third big group of foreigners working in shanghai is entrepreneurs. shanghai for the past few years has been a global destination for smart young people who want to see the world, much the way new york, barcelona and paris. 

guangzhou

not to mention, guangzhou is the third largest city in china and the original “gate to the west” because of trade, the capital of the fastest growing, richest province in china. guangzhou is the manufacturing center of china and can be compared to detroit (back when it was motor city). 

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

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as china’s major trade center, the city has long been a key base for foreign nationals living in china. it is known for having a large african community. there are a few places here that have a decent amount of foreigners. taojin, xiaobei and san yuan li, these areas have a lot of foreigners doing trading business. many of them are africans, arabs, indians, or of middle eastern descent, so which is known as the capital of the third world countries.

zhu jiang new town, liede where a mix of western europeans, arabs, and some japanese along with koreans stay here. it’s the most expensive part of the city. 

expats living in these chinese cities, what're differences?

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with the improvement of china’s national strength, more and more chinese cities are attracting the attention of the world, like hangzhou, shenzhen and harbin. china is opening hands with an open mind and welcome you coming here. 

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