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comment Where can I find Chinese IPA transcriptions?
@Alenanno: This discussion is off-topic and I' pretty sure this won't convince you, but Pinyin is as universal for the Chinese language as IPA is. You should treat it as symbols (like IPA) and not as an alphabet that can be mapped to your language. If you would pronounce the alphabet used in IPA according to your language it would also as wrong as doing it for Pinyin.
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answered Where can I find Chinese IPA transcriptions?
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comment Why Cantonese is considered as a dialect of Chinese?
With this reasoning you can say that almost all European languages are in fact only one language. Both by how to grew, see: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/… and by how they are written (they almost all use the same characters). The characters only define a language for a very small part. Grammar, pronunciation, ... are as important.