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Unicode in hexadecimal: 汥 6C65 湴 6E74 槿 69FF Then, look up the ASCII chart: Write them down: 6C: l 65: e 6E: n 74: t 69: i Now, We get "lenti". Don't ask why "P" is missing or why it's displayed like that. Maybe it's just a bug.


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Hakka is a spoken language, as you have pointed out. Traditional and simplified Chinese are variants on a writing system. You can write Hakka in both traditional and simplified Chinese. Before simplified Chinese even existed (i.e. before the 1950s), Hakka would be written in traditional Chinese (the only writing system for Chinese). Nowadays, Mainland and ...



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