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Mai 5
2011

Smoke kills

Posted by andrew, 5 Mai 2011. Post has 0 comments.
banknote China glamour yuan

 

Januar 4
2011

Hidden elements on chinese banknotes

What's wrong with this Chinese banknote of 100 yuan?

Answer is under cut

Rest des Eintrages lesen...

Posted by andrew, 4 Januar 2011. Post has 1 comments.
banknotes China fun microscope yuan

 

August 17
2010

Second economics in the World

According to statistics at the beginning of August 2010, China surpassed Japan and became the second largest economy in the world.

100 yuan = 14.75 USD

Posted by andrew, 17 August 2010. Post has 0 comments.
banknotes China yuan

 

Juni 23
2010

At marketplace in China

Seller of watermelon looks at the Yuan on the market in Changzhi, Shanxi Province. Once China has raised the yuan to the dollar, the national currency of China reached the highest level against the U.S. currency since 2005.

Posted by andrew, 23 Juni 2010. Post has 0 comments.
banknotes China yuan

 

Februar 19
2010

Happy or not? (Chinese version)

China command was always very strong on all Olympic games and we not sure that Chinese leader is happy or not for current medal counts (2 gold, 1 silver award and one bronze):


20 Chinese renminbi yuan (¥) banknote (CNY).

By the way, the distinction between yuan and renminbi is analogous to that between the pound and sterling. Renminbi (simplified Chinese: 人民币; traditional Chinese: 人民幣) translates as people's currency.

Posted by serge, 19 Februar 2010. Post has 0 comments.
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