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Mr.Chen Xiao Jun is a professional Minerals Collector & Dealer in ShangHai, China. Since he was a child, he was very interested in natural science and collecting hobby, he was in University 2001, he has began to collect rocks and minerals for long times. He also got the Management Bachelor Degree in 2005, first he worked for a laser company, then he became full time minerals dealer 2006, and start selling minerals since 2005, mostly via internet, he also made a lot of minerals collectors friend all over the world, most of them visited him, also many collector friends just via Internet.
He has a minerals shop in ShangHai, and has three websites, 1. Crystal minerals of China: www.chinaruff.com 2. Fluorescent Minerals of China: www.susanstones.com 3. China Minerals of Chen Xiao Jun Collection Index: www.chenminerals.com And He always keep minerals hunting work all of China, sometimes he visited mine for collecting minerals, sometimes he visited miner or local mining area mineral dealers homes for buying minerals, he like his minerals career very much, and enjoy amazing minerals specimens, he is professional or a has lot experience in Chinese Minerals specimens. After you contacted him, you also will find he was also a very good and kind man, and you will enjoy stay with him. Also some famous International minerals website, you can find his article or some report about him, more details you can find from his websites.
while our developers have developed a support of the new numerals conversion in online version of the Dates Calculators application - Chinese numerals, the Chinese people had fun with their banknotes:
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
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.
If you're out by the toll booth and there's no light in your bag, car or the rat-hole toll booth then you may well end up overpaying or underpaying and embarrassing yourself in the process. So we have this awesome concept from China that has currency notes that glow. How cool is that? If will make Uncle Scrooge's room look like a bio-waste plant with all the glowing green.
Notes that emit a soft glow, just enough to ensure you hand out the correct note; nothing more nothing less.
So will we see luminous money in the future? Never know. I feel that we're already in the future.
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.