We shouldn’t classify Chinese into simplified and traditional

This classification is way too simple

In a lot of international websites (or even in websites from Hong Kong), we can have a lot of languages to choose from just trying to have the customers (maybe) to understand the webpages in their mother tongue. Usually, they may have a “Chinese (Traditional)” and “Chinese (Simplified)” page. Sometimes, they may only have a “Chinese” page, but it would be crap if we click on it.

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This page consists of seriously silly topics around linguistics, the Cantonese language, some Hong Kong name/slang explains, translating place/street/station names (mainly in London just because I love that place) as well as some Chinese calligraphy topics like allographs. Enjoy.

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Anthony Li

Anthony Li

男班長 at KisaBBB’s Cantonese 101 (廣東話BB班) on YouTube | Proofreader in Central | Twitter/Instagram: merryanthony

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