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Did phonological systems (namely bopomofo) standardize Chinese phonemes?
As far as I know, Zhuyin fuhao, or Bopomofo, is the first system of phonetic symbols devised to aid to write Chinese phonology. That was in 1910, so we could say very recent in the history of Chinese. ...
Feb 8 '12 at 2:14
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