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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taishanese

Taishanese, or in the Cantonese romanization Toishanese is a dialect of Yue Chinese. .... San Jose Mercury News, San Jose, CA; Defense Language Institute (1964), Chinese-Cantonese (Toishan) Basic Course, Washington, DC: Defense ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantonese

Cantonese, or Standard Cantonese, is a variety of the Chinese language spoken within Guangzhou (historically Canton) and its vicinity in southeastern China.

www.cal.org/heritage/pdfs/heritage-voice-language-cantonese.pdf

Cantonese is an official language in Hong Kong and a spoken dialect in the ... within the Yue dialect group, one of the seven major dialect groups in the Chinese language family .... Applied Linguistics (CAL), Washington DC. The Heritage ...

www.washingtonyuying.org

A Passion for Quality Public Chinese Immersion Education ... Each year Washington City Paper polls DC locals to find the cream of the crop in over 300 different ...

faculty.washington.edu/anneyue/AYHwebsite.htm

CURRENT POSITION Professor of Chinese Language and Linguistics .... # 061855, Educational Resources Information Center, Washington , D.C. 360 pp.

asian.washington.edu/people/anne-yue-hashimoto

Professor. Current Research Projects: Min and Miao; Issues in Chinese Dialectology: Taxonomy, Typology, Stratification and Areal Linguistics; Typological study ...

www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/faq.html

How does one distinguish between Cantonese and Mandarin variations of Chinese? ... ISO/CD 639-6: Codes for the representation of names of languages – Part 6: .... Washington, DC 20540-4402. USA .... The ISO 639-3 code set defines cmn as Mandarin Chinese and yue as Yue Chinese (of which Cantonese is a dialect).

www.century21.com/real-estate-agent/profile/jonathan-eng-P25344971

Jonathan Eng is a Washington Real Estate agent from CENTURY 21 Redwood ... Languages: Chinese (Yue/Cantonese), English ... Washington, DC 20009.

www.ethnologue.com/language/yue

Second only to Mandarin [cmn] in use. All domains. All ages. Positive attitudes. Also use Mandarin Chinese [cmn], which many understand, speaking it only with  ...