Pinyin Chinese input method

拼音输入法 [pīn yīn shū rù fǎ]




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The phonetic input method for entering Chinese characters into computers is based on what is called Pinyin, the romanization system for standard Mandarin. Pinyin was approved in 1958 by the government of the People's Republic of China and officially adopted by it in 1979. Since then, the International Organization for Standardization adopted Pinyin as the romanization system for standard Mandarin.
The pronunciation of Chinese characters is also marked with Pinyin.


  1. Pinyin Chinese overview
  2. Pinyin syllable table
  3. Online Pinyin Chinese input tool
  4. Pinyin Chinese IME
    • 搜狗拼音输入法
    • 紫光华宇拼音输入法
    • How to install Microsoft Pinyin input method
    • QQ拼音输入法
    • 谷歌拼音输入法
    • Pinyin Joe's Chinese computing help desk
    • Some of these Pinyin Chinese IMEs also allow to input Chinese character following the stroke order of the character you want to type. For each Chinese character, first type u and then any combination of

               h - 横 heng (horizontal)
               s - 竖 shu  (vertical)
               p - 撇 pie  (left falling)
               n - 捺 na   (right falling)   d - 点 dian (dot)
               z - 折 zhe  (hook)            乙 looks like z
      
               d and n are equivalent
               

      For example with QQ拼音输入法, the stroke order of the Chinese character 音 is

  5. Pinyin tool
  6. Online Chinese characters to Pinyin converter
  7. Pinyin e-learning
  8. Pinyin with Flash
  9. Pinyin with video
  10. Rota Periodic Table with Pinyin pronunciation
 
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