In topic | subject-predicate sentences, once the topic is presented, comparisons can be made with different parts of the comment in a similar way:
Hàn zì nǐ xiě dé bǐ wǒ piāo liàng 。
You can write Chinese characters much better than I can. (lit. As far as Chinese characters are concerned, you can write them much better than I can.)
Zú qiú nǐ jīn nián tī dé bǐ qù nián hǎo 。
You play better football this year than last year.
Zhè ér de tiān qì nǐ bǐ wǒ xí guàn 。
You are more used to the climate here than I am.
Nà gè dì fāng nǐ bǐ wǒ hái shú xī
You know that place even better than I do.
Zhè ér de qíng kuàng wǒ xiàn zài bǐ guò qù gèng le jiě 。
I understand even more about the situation here now than I did before.
 Yip, P. C., Rimmington, D., Xiaoming, Z., & Henson, R. (2009). Basic Chinese: a grammar and workbook. Taylor & Francis.