|Alternate Names in English||Cantonese
|Language Names in Chinese||Simplified: 汉语 (Hànyǔ)
Traditional: 漢語 (Hànyǔ)
|Common Dialect Names||Amoy
|Speaker Population Worldwide||approximately 1.2 billion|
|Country of Origin||🇨🇳 China|
|Official Language of||Cantonese:
🇭🇰 Hong Kong
🇲🇴 Macau (Macao)
|ISO 2-Letter Code (ISO 693‑1)||zh|
|ISO 3-Letter Code (ISO 693‑3)||zho|
The most-common Chinese language varieties requested of ASIST are Mandarin, followed by Cantonese (also known as Yue, Gwong Dung Waa, Yueh, Yuet Yue, and Yueyu). The written form of Mandarin can use either Simplified or Traditional characters, depending on the target audience, while Cantonese generally uses Traditional characters. If you are planning for a Chinese […]Language Facts: Central Ohio August 4, 2009
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