Evolution of Chinese

Languages of the Chinese Minorities

The Romanization of the Chinese Phonetic System

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Southern Islands, South Asian, and Indo-European Language Families

The Languages and Scripts of the Chinese Minorities

What Is So-Called Vernacular Chinese?

The Sources of Simplified Characters

The International Position of the Chinese (Han) Language

Stabilizing the Shapes of Characters

The Second Scheme for Simplifying Characters and Why It Failed

List of the Grammatical Categories of Modern Chinese Vocabulary

Disyllabic Words That Can Be Separated (

Other Han Language Users–Hui Zu, Man Zu, She Zu

Characters for Annotating Other Characters Pronunciation (

Writing in a Style Close to the Spoken Language

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Prelude to Writing in the Vernacular

Commonality of the (Chinese) Spoken Language

List of the Distribution of the Han Topolects

Stabilizing the Number of Characters

The Scripts Currently Used by the Chinese Minorities

Stabilizing the Serial Order of Characters

Five Scripts Represent Five Cultural Traditions

Changing the Pronunciations of Synonyms

Samples of the Chinese Minorities Chinese-character Type Scripts

Simplification of Chinese Characters

Stabilizing the Pronunciation of Characters

Establishing Acceptance of Orthography Through Practical Usage

Characters That Signified the Same Word

Characters Used in Junior High Schools

Dependent Morphemic Characters Pronounced the Same Are Not Homophones

Words Formed by Combining or Separating Syllables

Romanization of Topolects and (the System of) National Romanization

The Short-Lived Movement for Writing in Classical Chinese and Studying the Confucian Canon

The Bilingual Life of the Chinese Minorities

Features of the Common Chinese Language (

Putting in Order Those Characters Having More Than One Pronunciation

Script Usage among Chinese Ethnic Groups

Disadvantages of the Simplification of Characters

Stabilizing the Number of Characters Used at Different Levels

Comparison of Vocabulary in Han Chinese Topolects

The Historical Systems of the Current Scripts in China

Stabilizing the Shapes of Characters

Newly Created Simplified Characters

Characters Used in Elementary Schools

Modern Translation of Ancient Books

Phonophoric Characters with Variant Pronunciations

) and the Misleading Term Orthography of Characters (

The Scripts Currently Used in Schools

Conclusion: Advancing Toward the Information Age

Stabilizing the Sequence of Characters

Examination of Words with Variant Pronunciations in Modern Common Chinese Language

Advantages of the Simplification of Characters

Phonophoric Characters Pronounced Differently from the Characters That Contain Them

Classical Chinese and Vernacular Chinese or Putonghua and Other Topolects Pronounced the Same Are Not Homophones

Classical Chinese and Vernacular Chinese

Rate of Progressive Decrease in the Efficiency of Chinese Characters

By Ordering Characters Phonetically

Words with the Same Pronunciation but Different Tones Are Not Homophones

Index of Names of the Chinese Scripts

Phonophoric Characters with the Same Consonants and Vowels But Not the Same Tones

Content of Hanyu Pinyin Orthography

Newspaper Articles Written in Colloquial Language

Characters for Special Publications

Words with the Same Pronunciation but Written in Different Characters Are Not Homophones

Simplification of Chinese Characters

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How to Handle the Classical Elements Modern Vernacular Chinese

Punctuation and Hyphenation at the End of a Line

Sound-Notating Alphabet (Three-Part Spelling)

Index of Titles of Books and Articles

Commonality of the (Chinese) Spoken Language

Scripts Created by Minorities Based on Imitating Chinese Characters

The Continuation of the Vernacular Movement

Handling of Acronyms and Abbreviations

What Is So-Called Classical Chinese?

Characters that Have Been Simplified Since Ancient Times

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Literary Revolution and the Mass Spoken Language

Promotion of a Common Chinese Language

The Function of Phonophores (sound-bearing elements of characters)

Basic Rules of Hanyu Pinyin Orthography

Characters for Eradicating Illiterates

Using a Simpler Character to Substitute a More Complicated One

Eradication of Variations of (Individual) Characters

The Unofficial Scripts of the Chinese Minorities

Stabilizing the Number of Characters

The Standardization of Modern Chinese Characters

List of the Names of the Chinese Ethnic Groups and their Language Affiliations

The Distribution of the Chinese Minorities

Scheme for Romanized Spelling of the Han Language

Writing in a Style Close to the Spoken Language

Chinese Phonetic Systems Using Characters or a Character-Like Alphabet

Stabilizing the Pronunciation of Characters

Separating Words and Connecting Their Syllables (

The Romanization of the Chinese Phonetic System

The Historical Changes of the Shapes of Characters

The Chinese Minorities and Their Ethnic Languages and Scripts

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