The Jǐngbǔ script is a writing system created in 2005
by 殷慈遠 (Yin Ciyuan) to write a Chinese.
The shapes of the letters and the way they fit together is based on
Korean hangul, while the sound system is based on bopomofo.
Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
Letters are grouped together into syllables consisting of an initial
and/or a final, and a tone marker. There is also a symbol to show that
syllables are repeated
The letters can be combined together in various ways, as shown below
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