In China people speak Chinese. May 7th, 2010 A common myth is that the Chinese all speak Chinese. China has a long history spread over a large area. The diversity of cultures that call or have called the area home is reflected in the languages spoken (or once spoken) in what we now think of as China.
Each of the logos says “Sinoglot” in a different language or script. Each time you visit a page on Sinoglot you’ll get a random logo. Below you will find all variations with information on the language or script used.
Blog about life, study and relationship in Guangzhou. Follow a journey of a Finnish girl in China and find out how she made her biggest dream come true. Read about about living in the Middle Kingdom and studying the Chinese language.
User-friendly advice on MS Windows, Ubuntu Linux and smartphone Chinese setup, Chinese input methods (IME), Chinese fonts and Chinese Language Packs (MUIs), plus free downloads for MS Office, a survey of third-party Chinese software and more.
Wenlin software makes learning Chinese easier and more interesting, for begining students, life-long speakers, and scholars alike. It combines a comprehensive Chinese dictionary, a Unicode text editor, and flashcards.
English Chinese dictionary, help learning Chinese language, Chinese character, and Chinese pinyin. Dictionary with Chinese handwriting recognition, pinyin translation, audio Chinese words pronunciation and mandarin MP3 making!
Features stroke order animations for ALL Chinese characters, handwriting worksheet generation, character structure and composition, free English-Chinese dictionary, example words and sentences, native speaker pronunciation, Learn Chinese...