It appears that the 160GB and 320GB versions of Sony's PlayStation 3 console (ie not the newest iteration, but the one before it) have been certified as safe for sale in the Chinese market (via Engadget). This is noteworthy because video game consoles have been banned in the country since 2000.
The China Compulsory Certificate approval was actually handed down back in July 2012 and it doesn't necessarily guarantee that the console will be coming to store shelves. It's still worth pointing out though, what with game consoles having been shunned by the Chinese government for more than a decade. It's an attitude that certainly appears to be changing, between this PS3 news and the imminent December release of a 3DS XL from Nintendo publishing partner iQue.