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- Chinese Currency Notation
- The Strength of the Yuan
- Withdrawing Yuan in China
- Exchanging Foreign Currency for Yuan
- Paying by Credit/Debit Card
- The History of Chinese Money
- Denominations of Chinese Money
- How to Recognize Fake Money and Other Tips
- Photos of Current Chinese Bank Notes
- Photos of Current Chinese Coins
- Photos of Old Chinese Bank Notes
The official currency in China is the Renminbi (RMB or CNY) or in Chinese “Ren-min-bi”. The basic unit is the yuan (also known as “kuai”), which equals 10 jiao (or “mao”), which is then divided into 10 fen. Paper currency comes in 1.2,5,10,50 and 100 yuan notes. Paper jiao come in denominations of 1, 2, and 5.