Their comment said:
Content that is offensive in any country/region to which your application is targeted is not allowed. Content may be considered offensive in certain countries/regions because of local laws or cultural norms. Examples of potentially offensive content in certain countries/regions include, but are not limited to, the following:
- People in revealing clothing or sexually suggestive poses
- Religious references
- Alcohol references
- Sexual or bathroom humor
- Simulated or actual gambling
The only thing I can think of is listing Taiwan as a country... Anyways I've resubmitted excluding the Chinese marketplace, so hopefully all goes well.
The application contains sensitive political content and includes countries listed in Group 1 (China) within Application Certification Requirement 3.10 in its targeted distribution.
The iPhone version is nearly complete, just a few minor bugs left. I'm considering leaving out the Chinese market to make sure it is accepted, but can't decide if there is another way of making it acceptable?