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From bak kwa to designer bags: What you can (and can’t) bring into S’pore from your overseas trip

If you are buying live or frozen oysters, they must come from one of eight approved countries. PHOTOS: PEXELS, HEDY KHOO
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SINGAPORE – So you know the obvious ones. Chewing gum is banned, and so are e-cigarettes.

But what about seafood? Eggs? Or that lovely tray of prosciutto you found in Italy, perfect for the Christmas charcuterie board?

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