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NO, there is no one single term that would satisfy everyone. Just take another country we all know, which is called:- England, Great Britain, British Isles, United Kingdom......


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I agree that "大中華區" is quite common for this issue. There are other expressions such as 兩岸三地(中、台、港) or 兩岸四地(中、台、港、澳) "大中華區" is a bit vague to me, because it might include Chinese speakers in Singapore and Malaysia. The concept of this word varies from organization to organization. Maybe the question is: Why do you want to describe Mainland China, Hong Kong,...


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孃 usually is used by people who live in southwest China, to refer women who are in the middle age. People in southwest China use it to call their older female relatives, or female strangers who seemed like in the middle age. 娘 means mom, but it usually used by people who live in North China. In South China, people call their mom as 妈妈 I'm a Chinese, and ...


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