Chinese

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The people and culture of China are called Chinese.

People[edit]

Language[edit]

  • Sinitic languages, the major branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family
    • Chinese language, a group of related languages spoken predominantly in China, sharing a written script (Chinese characters in traditional and simplified forms)
      • Standard Chinese, the standard form of Mandarin Chinese in Mainland China, similar to forms of Mandarin Chinese in Taiwan and Singapore
      • Varieties of Chinese, topolects grouped under Chinese languages
      • Written Chinese, writing scripts used for Chinese languages

Culture[edit]

  • Chinese cuisine, styles of food originating from China or their derivatives

Land[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]