The languages of China are the languages that are spoken by China's 56
recognized ethnic groups. The predominant language in China, which is divided
Chineselanguage.org is dedicated to Chinese dialects, dialect research, and
provides forums and online dictionaries.
The number of individual languages listed for China is 298. All are living
languages. Of these, 274 are indigenous and 24 are non-indigenous.
Furthermore, 14 ...
27,700 in China (1990 census). Ethnic population: 34,000 (2000 census). Total
users in all countries: 62,700. Status: 7 (Shifting). Language of recognized ...
Chinese is a family of closely-related but mutually unintelligible languages.
These languages are known variously as fāngyán (regional languages), dialects
As one of the six official languages used by UN (United Nations), Chinese now
has earned itself greater status in the World. The official language of China is the
When you think about the Chinese language, do you only think about Mandarin
Chinese or Cantonese? In fact, there are many more than those two languages ...
Dec 15, 2010 ... Note: This is a paper on the development of the Chinese language that I wrote in
November 2010 for a class at SciencesPo in Paris, France.
Written Language. The Chinese language is the oldest written language in the
world with at least six thousand years of history. Chinese character inscriptions ...
The official Chinese language is Mandarin Chinese, but it is just one of many
languages spoken in China. Each Chinese language has its own vocabulary and