Pinyin/Chinese

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Chinese refers to the spoken Chinese, Chinese characters and Pinyin, including the writing system and pronunciation system, with a using population of over 1.7 billion, covers the whole territory of China (Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) as well as the overseas Chinese communities in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and etc.

Zhōngwén zhǐ Hànyǔ, Hànzì hé Pīnyīn, bāokuò shūxiě tǐxì hé fāyīn tǐxì, shǐyòng rénkǒu zài 17 yì yǐshàng, fànwéi bāokuò ZG quánjìng (Dàlù, Gǎng-Ào, Táiwān) yǐjí Singapore, Malaysia, Rìběn, Cháoxiǎn, Hánguó, Indonesia, Tàiguó, Yuènán, Cambodia, Myanmar děng hǎiwài Huárén dìqū.