Information about Zhou Youguang. Full description coming soon.
During the Cultural Revolution, Zhou was sent to live in the countryside and to be "re-educated", as were many other intellectuals at that time.\r\nZhou Youguang (Chinees: 周有光) (Changzhou, 13 januari 1906 — Beijing, 14 januari 2017) was een Chinees taalkundige. Hij was de ontwerper van het Hanyu pinyin ...\r\nThe O’s in today’s Doodle flip from Pinyin (Gǔgē) to Chinese characters (谷歌). Were it not for celebrated linguist Zhou Youguang, this phonetic ...\r\nZhou Youguang: Zhou Youguang, (Zhou Yaoping), Chinese economist and linguist (born Jan. 13, 1906, Changzhou, China—died Jan. 14, 2017, Beijing, China ...\r\nZhou Youguang, known as the father of Pinyin for creating the system of Romanized Chinese writing that has become the international standard since its ...\r\nKnown as ‘the Father of Pinyin,’ Youguang spent three years developing the system of ‘spelled sounds’ that is now the international standard for ...\r\nA doodle celebrating the 112th birthday of Zhou Youguang. By inventing the Pinyin system, Zhou made learning Mandarin easier for generations of students.\r\nZhou Youguang [Chinese: 周有光; Pinyin: Zhōu Yǒuguāng] (13 January 1906 – 14 January 2017) was a Chinese linguist and sinologist noted as the "father of ...\r\nDescribed as the father of Pinyin, or Chinese phonetic language, Google honours the linguist Zhou Youguang.\r\nThe man responsible for developing the phonetic translations of Chinese characters is being celebrated this week by Google, with a doodle. Zhou Youguang ...\r\n