Pinyin, or Hànyǔ Pīnyīn, is the official romanization system for Standard Chinese
in mainland China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan. It is often used to teach ...
This site presents rules for using pinyin and other romanization systems, as well
as non-romanization systems. It also contains related tools, books and links.
This Pinyin table includes all Mandarin Chinese syllables. Click on any pinyin
sound in the chart, and listen to the audio in all four tones.
What is pinyin? Pinyin is the most widely-used system of writing Mandarin
Chinese that uses the Latin alphabet. It is a great tool to help you learn the
All pinyin syllables have audio demonstrations available. Video explanations are
available for initials, finals, and pinyin denoted with an asterisk (*).
Add our Pinyin converter bookmarklet to your bookmark, to quickly convert
selected Chinese text from any webpage to Pinyin. Click here for more
Pinyin and Zhuyin Bopomofo converter for Mandarin Chinese.
The six vowels in Pinyin pronunciation are listed below. They will be read in the
first tone, which sounds like a sustained sung note. Please listen and repeat ...
Now it is possible to type Pinyin with tones in Word 97 or 2000 and create a web
page with Pinyin. The Microsoft Word 97 has a built-in unicode Pinyin font ...
Pinyin uses the same letters as the English alphabet except for the letter v plus
the addition of ū. All of the consonants represent basically the same sound that ...