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Exchanging money vs. using credit card

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When exchanging $200 US dollars in China, which is the most sensible method? Should I use an ATM, exchange travelers' checks or cash, or just mostly charge things on a credit card? Travel will primarily be in ( rural?) Tianjin.
Many thanks for all answers.

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