User:Yhjow

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nan Chit-ê iōng-chiá ê bó-gúBân-lâm-oē.
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I'm more notably known as "General Zhaoyun" on the internet, the founder and owner of China History Forum. I've been interested in the studies of Chinese language and culture. As such, I love to edit some Chinese-related articles in Wikipedia. I originated from Taiwan but grew up in Singapore, nevertheless still maintain my Republic of China (ROC) Nationality. Now, I'm living permanently in Singapore as a resident, but I still keep in touch with my Taiwanese roots, going back to Taiwan often. Chinese language, history and culture is a passion and hobby to me. I study and do research on these subjects whenever I have the free-time.

I hope to do more research about Chinese-related subjects about Singapore and contribute to the Singapore Wikipedian community. I'm also actively researching about ROC history and culture.

Main articles edited:
Chinese Singaporeans
Languages of Singapore
Culture of Singapore
Hokkien
Taiwanese Hokkien
Taiwanese people
Taiwanese identity
Ang Ui-jin
Ang mo
Standard Singaporean Mandarin
List of political parties in the Republic of China

Main articles written and edited:
Singaporean Mandarin
Singaporean Hokkien
Singdarin
Hokkien influence on Singaporean Mandarin
Singapore Chinese Characters

Current Articles under Construction[edit]

Old-style private Chinese school
Singaporean Chinese Literature
Singapore Centre for Chinese Language

General Interests[edit]

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这个用户对中国历史感兴趣。
This user is interested in Chinese history.
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这用户对中华文化感兴趣。
This user is interested in Chinese culture.
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This user is interested in Chinese folk religion.
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