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Questions about informal Chinese, e.g., casual talk between friends or relatives.
Questions about terminology used in sports
For questions concerning the International Phonetic Alphabet and its usage in Chinese phonology
Questions related to the Chinese New Year, greetings and idioms used during this holiday. Use other tags as appropriate if your question isn't focused on language, e.g. [culture].
Questions about colors and names of colors. Make sure to include [mandarin] or other topolects tags as appropriate.
For questions about generic, uncategorized, unofficial or unspecified notation marks
For questions about how to effectively teach other people Chinese.
The art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, especially the use of figures of speech and other compositional techniques.
The Yale romanizations are four systems created at Yale University for romanizing the four East Asian languages of Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, and Japanese. The Yale romanization for Mandarin was cre…
Questions related to alternate ways of expressing harsh ideas in a less unpleasant way.
For questions about the language spoken in Tibet, which is not Chinese but linguistically closely related.