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China: Mars Language

Lu ren is so frustrated about the sensitive words censorship that he starts to explore the application of Mars language (zh): a combination of Chinese words and Pinyin. For example, “i” stands for “love” in Chinese.

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  • guduker

    Iwant to know more about Mars Language, please let me know where I can get the details. Guduker

  • guduker

    I want to know more on the topic of ” Mars Language ” , please let me know where I cnat get more details.

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