Has this happened to anyone else?
I've sent three pieces to Shanghai and none of them got to their destination. Is there something going on with China's mail laws?

Thanks for any help!

see special group: http://iuoma-network.ning.com/group/chinamailart

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Art in China is not an easy Question! Think of Aiweiwei who is arrested in these days. For Politicians in China art has something suspect conterrevolutionary taste I think.

I've received a piece (in an envelope) FROM China...and I sent a piece back about a week ago, I was wondering the same and am anxious waiting to see.  The first time i sent the postcard, my local post office delivered it to me (I put my return address on it) because the address was in Chinese characters (except the word "CHINA").

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