ChineseTra Language

Traditional Chinese is one of the two different written variation of Chinese language. It exists as a part of Sino-Tibetan language family. According to found written records, the language has first emerged around 2000 B.C. during the dynasty of Shang. Chinese has complex differences between its spoken and written language. Chinese has divided into seven classifications according to different dialects that have been evolved differently during history. Mandarin dialect is the most spoken one in China and Taiwan. Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and Macau still use Traditional Chinese, unlike China which went through a simplification of the written system.