China’s central bank on Wednesday issued a set of commemorative coins for the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games. Each set includes two coins, one gold and one silver, both featuring the official emblem of the Winter Paralympics on the obverse, decorated with pictures of the Great Wall and snowflakes, according to the People’s Bank of China. The refined gold coin, with a diameter of 20 millimeters, contains 5 grams of 99.9 percent gold and has a denomination of 80 yuan ($12.5). Its reverse side is inscribed with the mascot of the Beijing Winter Paralympics. The rectangular silver coin contains 15 grams of 99.9 percent fine silver and has a denomination of 5 yuan. It features signs representing the six sports at the Paralympics, namely alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, biathlon, snowboarding, para ice hockey and wheelchair curling. In addition, it has “Beijing 2022” written in braille.The set includes one gold coin and one silver. Both are legal tender that features the official emblem of the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Games and the country’s name on the obverse, decorated with the Great Wall and snowflake patterns. The refined gold coin contains 5 grams of 99.9 percent gold and has the denomination of 80 yuan ($12.5). Its reverse side is inscribed with the mascot of the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Games, Shuey Rhon Rhon. CGTN.