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[caption id="attachment_517" align="alignnone" width="597"] Web search in Chinese[/caption]A common misconception about the Chinese language is that it is the same all over China and if you speak Mandarin, you can understand everyone in the country. The official Chinese language of China may indeed be Mandarin, but not only are there various Mandarin dialects, there are a host of other varieties of Chinese, such as Wu (spoken in Shanghai), Min (spoken in Taiwan), and Yue (spoken in Guangdong province and Hong Kong) otherwise known as Cantonese. Each town or city then takes on their own version of the primary Chinese variety of their province. The overarching label of "the ChineRead More