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Q: how much can an average person spend on daily expensives when they live in Beijing for one month?

if one is living on an average budget, how much can the house bills cost them?

 

5 years 13 weeks ago in  Housing - Beijing

 
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Your question is toooo vague... Does that include any bills?  Transportation?  Beijing, like any other city in China can be as expensive or cheap as you wish it to be. 

You can spend pennys for a meal that would make alot of people content or you could spend way more then you would imagine spending at home.  Generally as a rule, chinese is cheaper then home  and foreign food is more expensive then home ( depending on where your from)  

 

There are just too many ways to either spend or save money in Beijing to come close to giving you a usefull answer, so if you can give some more info, alot of people could help.

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