Taiwan resiste a scriber in chinese moderne.

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, Spansh, English)

Sitos web official de Taiwan sta a suspender le uso de characteres chinese simplificate, le tipo de scriptura utilisate in le China continental.

Taiwan normalmente utilisa characteres traditional, alicunes del quales es multo differente e plus complicate in lor apparentia, ma multe companias e sitos web ha state a offerer characteres simplificate post que le insula se aperiva al touristas del Republica Popular de China ante tres annos.

Le relationes inter China e Taiwan ha state a meliorar, ma le presidente Taiwanese, Ma Yin-jeou, ha affirmate que le scriptura traditional es un del benes cultural de su pais.

Taiwán se resiste a escribir en chino moderno.

Sitios web oficiales de Taiwán están suspendiendo el uso de caracteres chinos simplificados, el tipo de escritura utilizada en China continental.

Taiwan normalmente utiliza caracteres tradicionales, algunos de los cuales son muy diferentes y más complicados en su apariencia, pero muchas empresas y sitios web han estado ofreciendo caracteres simplificados desde que la isla se abrió a los turistas de la República Popular de China hace tres años.

Las relaciones entre China y Taiwán han estado mejorando, pero el presidente taiwanés, Ma Ying-jeou, ha afirmado que la escritura tradicional es uno de los bienes culturales de su país.

Taiwan refuses to write in modern Chinese.

Taiwan’s official websites are suspending the use of simplified Chinese characters, the type of script used in mainland China.

Taiwan normally uses traditional characters, some of which are very different and more complicated in their appearance, but many companies and websites have been offering simplified characters since the island was opened up to tourists from the People’s Republic of China three years ago.

Relations between China and Taiwan have been improving, but the Taiwanese president, Ma Ying-jeou, said that writing is part of the traditional cultural heritage of his country.

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