Mrs. Hu, a mandarin teacher of 40 years in Taiwan, is now a teacher here in Vancouver.
Lately, she's been with the board of Chinese language association discussing the change that's needed for the pronunciation alphabets that works for all dialects of Chinese. Mrs. Hu shared some of the changes with us and discussed why it is important for these changes to be made. When she flies to Taiwan next week, she would have a meeting with the Ministry of Education there to discuss these changes. She shared interesting factors on the usage of the new set of alphabets. A new age where she hopes to make Chinese easier to learn and to create this new set of rules that would work for all dialects. We thank her for this interesting insight.