sin wenz - no diacritical marks; a set of words specialized to combat
the homophone problem. Actually very successful in the north.
gwoyeu romatzyh - spelling is tone-dependent; has the look of randomly
typed characters; no diacritical marks. Unsuccessful and hated by the
Each language has its own features and needs. Mandarin romanization is
a formidable task. It frankly may need deep knowledge of middle
Chinese. Perhaps an understanding of the Sino-Dene phonology would be
a first step, ha ha.
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Yes, Mandarin is difficult if the goal is to be able to write literary
Gwoyeu Romatzyh is useless as a written language because the Chinese
people hated it. Obviously it is of no use if everyone hates it.
Latinxua is useless because it is obsolete. No one is using it.
Why is POJ useless as a written language? People actually use this