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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Philippine Braille, or Filipino Braille, is the braille alphabet of the Philippines. Besides Filipino (Tagalog), essentially the same alphabet is used for Ilocano, Cebuano, Hiligaynon, and Bicol (UNESCO 2013).
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(Mainland) Chinese Braille is a braille script used for Standard Mandarin in China. Consonants and basic finals conform to international braille, but additional finals form a semi-syllabary, as in zhuyin (bopomofo). Each syllable is written with up to three Braille cells, representing the initial, final, and tone, respectively. In practice tone ...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Philippine Braille or Filipino Braille, is the braille alphabet of the Philippines.Besides Filipino (Tagalog), essentially the same alphabet is used for Ilocano, Cebuano, Hiligaynon and Bicol (UNESCO 2013).
It is an abugida descended from the Brahmic scripts, closely related to Sulat Tagalog, and is famous for being written vertical but written upward, rather than downward as nearly all other scripts (however, it's read horizontally left to right). It is usually written on bamboo by incising characters with a knife.
The National Braille Association, Inc. is an American organization aiming to provide continuing education to those who prepare braille, and to provide braille materials to persons who are visually impaired. It is a member of the Braille Authority of North America.
Most Filipinos also speak English as a second language in addition to other native Philippine languages. Most Filipinos are Christian, with a Muslim minority in Mindanao. Philippines - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia