Reform of the Chinese Written Language

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Foreign Languages Press, 1958 - Chinese language - 69 pages
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CURRENT TASKS OF REFORMING THE WRIT
7
REPORT ON THE CURRENT TASKS OF
30
SCHEME FOR A CHINESE PHONETIC ALPHABET
55

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Romanization of Chinese - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anon, Reform of the Chinese Written Language, Foreign Languages Press, (Peking), 1958. Chao, yr, A Grammar of Spoken Chinese, University of California Press ...
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CHRONOLOGY 1949 Association for Reform of the Chinese Written Language established in Beijing. Railways in NE China began to use Latinxua for telegrams. ...
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Romanisation des langues chinoises - Wikipédia
Anon, Reform of the Chinese Written Language, Foreign Languages Press, (Pékin), 1958. Chao, yr, A Grammar of Spoken Chinese, University of California Press, ...
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