citizens/its citizens/Chinese citizens

Kacy.H

Senior Member
Chinese
Hello, people. Which one of the bold is the best? Many thanks.

In China, all public museums are free to citizens/its citizens/Chinese citizens. -my sentence
 
  • Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    Out of the original options, I think "Chinese citizens" is clearest if this is intended to be read by an international audience, whereas "citizens" is fine if it is only aimed at people living in China (not all of whom will be citizens, of course, but for them the context will be obvious).
     
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