Stay Compliant in China. Save unnecessary time and money waste.
Yes, we know laws and regulations in China confuse the companies in the west.
With a tight timeline? Contact us for a quick call to figure out what permits and licenses you need. Typically, if you follow our guides to prepare docs in advance, we could save you at least 30 days of unnecessary time and money waste.
21YunBox has made compliance in China hassle-free for our users. We handle hundreds of cases every year, and we know the exact position you are currently in and what to take to get to your end goal sooner and faster.
Our Compliance Solutions
Website and API Compliance
To host websites or Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) in China requires certifications:
There are other special licenses for sending SMS, video hosting, live video streaming, and social sharing in China. If your business is related to the medicine or finance area, additional layers to permits are needed to publish content in China. 21YunBox can analyze your business need and help you apply for the license on your behalf.
Mobile App and Game Compliance
Distributing on the Chinese android app stores or Apple app store (mainland China region) requires special certifications. These may include:
- Software Copyright Certificate (SCC) Filing
- The "Approval Number" (Required by Apple App Store to distribute Games in China)
- Internet Content Provider (ICP) License
- Mobile App Internet Content Provider (MICP) Filing
- Public Security Bureau (PSB) Filing
- Commercial ICP License
- Game License ISBN / Game Registration Number
Publishing your mobile apps in Chinese Android app stores could take at least six months, and getting it right in the first place could save you months of wait time.
If you need us to help you prevent unnecessary headaches, reach out to us, and our staff will give you a free audit.
Can I not get those permits or licenses?
We know there is many of outdated information online that might have misguided you.
The answer is NO. Permits like ICP Filing are a must-have if you want to operate in compliance with the laws. The Chinese government has outlined five obligations companies must follow when hosting their websites in China.