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The Chinese language law, the Law on the Standard Spoken and Written Chinese Language (Article 16), also allow the usage of dialects in the following four occasions: (1) when it is necessary for the employees of the State organs to use them in performing their official duties; (2) if used as broadcasting language, approved by [...]

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With our lawyer and legal translator Mr. Li, we will discuss the Hakka dialect, a local language spoken by Hakka people, a subgroup of the Han Chinese mainly living in southern China and Taiwan. Hakka uses the same written characters as standard Chinese, also called Mandarin, but its pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar differ from those [...]

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