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China just tightened their airport security and they say that 50% of people get searched now.
I would prefer not to be in that 50%
What are you tips on reducing that likelyhood?

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    No tips or tricks, just pay attention to the obvious. Dress normal or better yet, dress like a business professional. Act normal and have confidence in yourself when you walk and do things inside the airport. Try not to look too creepy or like a drug dealer or hippie. Remember to lose the shades. Good luck. about 9 years ago

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    In my experience, being searched is very random but is usually rooted, sadly, in ethnicity. You would stand more chance of being searched as an african american coming off a flight at Heathrow from say Jamaica than if you were a white, female with her family on the same flight.

    The security requirements for each country vary and to be honest, if I get stopped, then so be it. It happens rarely for me - caucasian, female, 40's - and it definitely has not mattered how I am dressed, what flight I have been on or which country I am coming from/going to.

    In this day and age, security has been increased for all our safety and for that, if I got stopped every single time (as my muslim, darker skinned, Turkish husband does) then I might get frustrated, but they are doing a vital job and its part and parcel of travelling. about 9 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    what do you have to hide/be worried about ? about 9 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Searching in China is not nearly as severe as America. All they basically do is open up a bag and look through it. They don't feel you up. They mostly have dogs checking for the really bad contraband. about 9 years ago

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