Jiao (Chinese: 角), or mao, or Hou (Chinese: 毫) in Cantonese, is a unit of currency used in Greater China, including People's Republic of China (Mainland China), Republic of China (Taiwan),  One jiao is equal to one-tenth of a yuan or ten fēn (分).
|1 Jiao (1993).|
|Obverse: National Emblem of China. Lettering "ZHONGHUA RENMIN GONGHEGUO" and 中华人民共和国 (Peoples Republic of China) and year.||Reverse: Peony, face value in Pinyin, English and Chinese.|
|Coin made of Aluminium.|
- Renminbi has banknotes and coins of 1 jiao, 2 jiao and 5 jiao.
- New Taiwan dollar has coins of 5 jiao (rarely used).
- Hong Kong dollar has coins of 1 hou (known as 10 cents), 2 hou (known as 20 cents) and 5 hou (known as 50 cents).
- Macanese pataca has coins of 1 hou (known as 10 avos), 2 hou (known as 20 avos) and 5 hou (known as 50 avos).
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