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Sunday, November 2nd 2014, 1:45am

Introduciton of Cham

hello, everyone ,

I am Cham Lu , from Beijing ,China . i have strong interest in lingustics ,i do this research and study about 20 years ; this year i just started up a business which focus on the language phonetic transcription .which is is to be a phonetic system for all the languages , is to replace the IPA system. i still meet a lot peending problems about the linguistics , i hope some expert here can help me out. i believe that all my work , all your help will do good to a better and faster comunication for this lovely world . i want to be a friend of you ; i am looking forward to coorperate with you; i am pround of doing this.

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Cham Lu

Website: www.generalpinyin.com

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Tuesday, November 4th 2014, 10:18pm

Hello, Cham. Welcome on board! If you are interesting in helping the English team, I suggest you read these guidelines for newcomers. When you feel ready, you can search down the main forum page and find the English Department. In the "Active Projects" folder you can find all the available projects for English translators. Just go in the thread of the project you are interested in, submit you are on it and then click on the "Working Location" link to get going!

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