Chinese letter-writing paper is becoming increasingly affordable, as more and more countries across the world are making the transition to paperless work.
A Chinese company called Xingjing has released a new, affordable, and versatile paper product that is widely available in the country.
The company is currently offering an affordable 3.4 by 3.5 by 2.5 inch (76.2 by 91.9 cm) paper, which is a bit less than half the size of the original paper, and has a lower ink content.
The paper is also thinner and more compact than the original.
In China, most people use either paper or a paperless machine.
But the new paperless option is not limited to China.
Other countries in Europe, the Middle East, and South America have also made the transition, and the paperless technology has gained traction in many countries around the world.
Read more at Engadge