On Saving China's Dying Languages

On Saving China's Dying Languages

There are 1 comment on the The Atlantic story from Jun 18, 2013, titled On Saving China's Dying Languages. In it, The Atlantic reports that:

For a country so thoroughly associated with its national language, referred to in the West as Mandarin, China is remarkably rich in linguistic diversity.

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Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#1 Jun 18, 2013
Putong Hua sounds like music, chinese characters write down like a painting, concise form can represent abstruse meaning.

just like Maxwell equations, very nice.

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