Phonemic Pīnyīn is an alternative way of writing Mandarin Chinese devised by Michael Peter Füstumum, who is learning Chinese, and who thought this would make it easier to read and write phonemically. It is based on Hanyu Pinyin, the standard Romanization for Mandarin used in China.
Rénrén shēŋ ér z̀ió, zài zūn·ián hé qyánlì xàŋ īlù píŋděŋ. Tāmen fùiǒ lǐxìŋ hé liáŋxīn, bìŋ īŋ ǐ xiūŋdì guānxì de jīŋxén hùxiāŋ duèidài.
Rénrén shēng ér zìyóu, zài zūnyán hé quánlì shàng yīlù píngděng. Tāmen fùyǒu lǐxìng hé liángxīn, bìng yīng yǐ xiōngdì guānxì de jīngshén hùxiāng duìdài.
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)
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