10 Chinese Yuan



What is the 10 Chinese Yuan?

10 Chinese Yuan. The Chinese yuan is the primary currency of the People’s Republic of China. It is also known as the Renminbi, which means “people’s currency.” The yuan is divided into 10 jiao, and each jiao is further divided into 10 fen. One yuan equals 100 fen. The symbol for the yuan is ¥.

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The History of the 10 Chinese Yuan

The Chinese yuan has a long and storied history, dating back to the days of the ancient Chinese empire. The first use of paper money in China is thought to have taken place during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE). When merchants began using paper notes as a means of exchange. These early notes were known as “flying money” or “fei qian”.

During the Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE), the use of paper money became more widespread, with different regions of China issuing their own distinct types of notes. In 1024 CE, the central government established a Bureau of Exchange to standardize the issuance of paper currency. At this time, the yuan was officially introduced as a unit of currency.

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In ensuing centuries, the yuan underwent a series of devaluations and revaluations due to political and economic turmoil in China. In 1948, following the Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War, the yuan was pegged to the US dollar at a rate of $1 USD = 4.76 CNY. This exchange rate remained in place until 1971, when President Nixon unilaterally severed ties between the US dollar and gold, causing global currencies to float against one another.

In response to this move by Nixon, China allowed its currency to float freely on international markets for the first time in over two decades. Since that time, the value of the yuan has fluctuated in accordance with market forces. However, Chinese authorities have intervened periodically to prevent sharp appreciation or

The Design of the 10 Chinese Yuan

The design of the 10 Chinese yuan is distinctively Chinese, with the traditional Chinese symbol for yin and yang on the front and a dragon on the back. This design was chosen to represent the dual nature of the Chinese currency: it is both a national currency and an international currency. The dragon is a symbol of power and strength, while the yin and yang symbolize balance.


The 10 Chinese yuan is an essential part of the Chinese currency system. It is the base unit of the renminbi, which is the official currency of China. The 10 Chinese yuan is also a popular choice for investors looking to park their money in a safe haven asset.

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