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What is China's Exchange Rate, Where to Change Chinese Money, How much to bring?
The official Chinese money is the Renminbi or RMB. The Renminbi is used in mainland China only. Hong Kong and Macau have their own currencies, the Hong Kong dollar and the Pataca respectively.
The RMB currency units are:
Bank notes come in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100, they are all different sizes and colors:
*Chinese Money Bank Notes Source: Wikipedia Commons
In mainland China:
In Hong Kong:
Your China Money Questions
The most frequently asked questions regarding Chinese Money have to do with how much to bring, where to exchange and are there ATM's in China.
Here's a post from our "Ask a Question Blog" with some answers:
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