IsiShayina

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IsiShayina
汉语/漢語 or 中文
Hànyǔ or Zhōngwén
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Hànyǔ (Chinese) written in traditional (left) and simplified (right) characters
Native to China, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, the United States, Canada, Indonesia, and other places with significant overseas Chinese communities
Ethnicity Han Chinese
Native speakers
unknown (1.2 billion cited 1984–2001)[1]
Sino-Tibetan
Standard forms
Putonghua (Standard Mandarin)
Dialects
Chinese characters, zhuyin fuhao, Latin, Arabic, Cyrillic, braille. Ancient use of 'Phags-pa script.
Official status
Official language in

 China
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 Taiwan
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Recognised minority
language in
Regulated by IShayina National Commission on Language and Script Work[2]
Republic of China National Languages Committee
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Language codes
ISO 639-1 zh
ISO 639-2 chi (B)
zho (T)
ISO 639-3 zhoinclusive code
Individual codes:
cdo – Min Dong
cjy – Jinyu
cmn – Mandarin
cpx – Pu Xian
czh – Huizhou
czo – Min Zhong
gan – Gan
hak – Hakka
hsn – Xiang
mnp – Min Bei
nan – Min Nan
wuu – Wu
yue – Yue
och – Old Chinese
ltc – Late Middle Chinese
lzh – Classical Chinese
Glottolog sini1245
Linguasphere 79-AAA
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Map of the Sinophone world

Legend:      Countries identified Chinese as a primary, administrative, or native language      Countries with more than 5,000,000 Chinese speakers      Countries with more than 1,000,000 Chinese speakers      Countries with more than 500,000 Chinese speakers      Countries with more than 100,000 Chinese speakers

     Major Chinese-speaking settlements
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  1. Lewis, Simons & Fennig (2013).
  2. china-language.gov.cn Template:Zh icon