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Almost half of China’s 1.4 billion people spend less than US$150 a year on leisure activities, survey finds

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]With virtually all their leisure time spent sitting under trees, chatting and playing cards, it is no surprise that over 44 per cent of China’s population spends less than 1,000 yuan (US3) a year on entertainment activities, with some even left struggling to remember when they spent money for personal enjoyment.China’s average annual leisure spending was 5,647 yuan (US3) this year, according to a recent survey, reinforcing the large spending gap between China’s rich and poor.“The last…

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With virtually all their leisure time spent sitting under trees, chatting and playing cards, it is no surprise that over 44 per cent of China’s population spends less than 1,000 yuan (US$153) a year on entertainment activities, with some even left struggling to remember when they spent money for personal enjoyment.China’s average annual leisure spending was 5,647 yuan (US$863) this year, according to a recent survey, reinforcing the large spending gap between China’s rich and poor.“The last…

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