Making Every RMB Count
If you are currently pursuing higher education in China, then being restricted in spending is probably not new to you. Food, clothing, apartment/dorm, public transport, parties, holidays – these are the things learners spend the most of their money on. Add to this some costs you have to spend on tourism and the studying process – extracurricular activities, books, online courses to deepen the knowledge in a certain area or subject. We know your pain; that’s why we came up with 7 ways to save money if you are studying in China.
We hope with these tips you’ll never go broke.. Spend safely!
About the author: Sandra Hayward is a content writer. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Literature and is currently working towards her Master’s thesis. She is a passionate traveler, and during 2017 she visited more than 12 countries. She shares her experience from traveling in her valuable articles, posting them on a personal web page.