To be precise, there are eight kinds of characters, which are Chinese characters, Braille, English, Arabic, Mongolian, Tibetan, Uygur and Zhuang.
Han is the largest of China’s 56 ethnic groups, so Chinese characters appear on the yuan.
The emergence of minority characters indicates the unity of our minority nationality.
Braille was designed to help blind people recognize denominations.
English and Arabic are mainly for ease of circulation around the world.
There are four minority languages on the yuan, including Tibetan, Uygur, Zhuang and Mongolian.
The adoption of minority nationality characters in RMB not only reflects that our country is a multi-ethnic country, the great unity among various nationalities, but also reflects the evolution process of our minority nationality characters.