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Introduction To Chinese Currency

  • Post by Tony
  • September 17, 2015
Chinese Currency

Deciding to move overseas is a big deal. When you move overseas besides the stark cultural and language differences another difference will also affect you on a daily basis. That is currency. Regardless of whether you’re teaching in China, just visiting China, or working in another industry in China you will have to use Chinese currency, known as yuan, everyday.Also known as kuai, the Chinese yuan or renminbi (abbreviated to RMB) is the currency used throughout mainland China. The Special Administrative Regions such as Macau and Hong Kong are able to act autonomously which includes circulating their own currency. Hong Kong’s currency is known as Hong Kong Dollars (abbreviated to HKD or

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