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    You can use Yuan. I never took out my USD, ever. Always have a few small Yuan notes on you for tipping (and bus rides!). Anything between 5-10 Yuan ($1-2) is fine when you're having a cheap meal. about 7 years ago

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    Use yuan about 7 years ago

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    Yuan for sure.. about 7 years ago

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    Use yuan, but where are you going in China that requires tipping? In my province, tipping is not an accepted practice. about 7 years ago

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    Yuan prefered. Tipping in hotels in Beijing & Shanghai ect are practical, but in small city you might found disappointedly your tipping remain on the table untouched. over 6 years ago

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    I live in china.... Tipping is not necessary or expected. over 6 years ago

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    I think much of China does not expect tipping. I know Japan is like that. It can be considered insulting. In Okayama, a smaller Japanese city, in fact, a waiter chased us down the street to return a tip we had left. We had heard that tipping is not done, but somehow we didn't believe it.n over 6 years ago

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