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What is the Chinese Yuan?

Currency of China- YuanThe yuan, also knows as the 'kuai', is the base unit of a number of modern Chinese currencies, such as the Renminbi. A yuan is sub-divided into 10 jiao and one jiao is sub-divided into 10 fen. Japan and Korea share the same symbol with the yuan. In Chinese, the word yuan means "round object" or "round coin". 


Understanding Chinese Currency

The Chinese yuan (CNY) was first introduced in 1889. Banknotes were issued in yuan denomination from the 1890s by private local banks as well as teh Imperial Bank of China. The Hu Pu Bank, established by the Imperial government also issued the currency. At first, the coins were issued as silver coins, later copper and brass coins were also circulated. After World War II the yuan suffered from hyperinflation and were replaced by gold yuan, worth 3 million old yuan, in 1948. 

 

Purchase Chinese Money with Confidence

At Treasury Vault, we provide you the ability to purchase foreign currencies from around the world, including the Chinese Yuan. We take pride in working hard every day to understand the every changing needs of our customers. We go the extra mile to fulfill your Chinese money order. We monitor the news and markets daily for info that will help give you the best price on your Chinese Yuan Conversion. We understand the your privacy is vital--we treat each transaction as if it were our own. We want to you to return time and again because of the precision and care we've taken on every interaction. As always, from our vault to yours.