Yuht Tai Sé Fòng Faat / 粵泰寫方法 (ยุ่ดใตเเษ๊ผู๋งผัด)

Yuht Tai Sé Fòng Faat is an alternative way of writing Cantonese with the Thai script developed by Mina McVinnie. It was inspired by the Zhuyin Fuhao / Bopomofo, Thai and Lao scripts. Most consonant groups are based on their original Thai pronunciations, though some have been changed. The low, middle, and high classes have been removed, and the tone and vowel systems have been simplified.

Notable features

Tàiguó pǔtōnghuà script

Tàiguó pǔtōnghuà consonants

Sample text

ยาะนยาะน ษั๋งโซ๋ดใลา ไฎ่ให่ เฎ่ไยา เเข, ให๊ โฎ๋อนเยาม ตุาง โฆาอนเล้ย โษ่ง ย๋ะดโล่ด เปางด๊ะง. โฆ้ยเด่ย โข่ยไย้ เล้ยเษง ตุาง โลางษ๋ะม, เยาเเซ เย๋งขุ๋ย ยุ่ง เห๋งใด่ขั๋น อุ่โษ๋ง โดยดูย.

Cantonese version


Transliteration (Yale Romanization)

Yàhnyàhn sàangchēutlàih jauhhaih jihyàuh ge, hái jyùnyìhm tùhng kyùhnléih seuhng yātleuht pìhngdáng. Kéuihdeih geuihyáuh léihsing tùhng lèuhngsàm, yìhche yìnggòi yuhng hìngdaihgāan ge gwàanhaih laih wuhsēung deuidoih.


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Constructed scripts by Mina McVinnie

Blox, Canthai, lshucid, Salian, Stox

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