Kim Peng is an alphabet created by Kharbda Nhemju to write constructed languages such as Ukadian and Menehk. It is commonly known as Ite Nhakj, or 'round script', or Kim Peng Ho-Ji. It is fast to write, and could be adapted to other languages, such as English
The Kim Peng alphabet was invented thousands of years ago by the goddess Kim Peng. The original form was known as Ho-ji.
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