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A child's substitution of Pinyin (Romanization) for characters, part 2

This is a photograph of a page from an essay written by a third grade student at an elementary school in Suining, Sichuan Province, China: The title of the essay is "W? zuì shúx? de y?gè rén ????????" ("The person with whom I am most familiar").  It's about the little girl's grandmother who raised her […]
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A child's substitution of Pinyin (Romanization) for characters

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The following diary entry by an elementary school student is making the rounds in the Chinese media and in the blogosphere: Jacob Rutherford, who called this "trending post" to my attention, remarked: [It's] about a young girl from ...


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