The Hanyinwen script was invented by Dylan Kok to make Chinese easier to read and write. Rather than having to learn thousands of characters, or hanzi (汉字), to read Chinese, with Hanyinwen you can read it with a much smaller number of symbols.
Hanyinwen is based on Dylan's Hanyinjiewen Phonetic Script, which is based on the Simplified Chinese script. The way Hanyinwen is written is based on Korean Hangeul: consonants and vowels are stacked in blocks.
Rénrén shēng ér zìyóu, zài zūnyán hé quánlì shàng yīlù píngděng.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
(Part of article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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