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Two Passports, How to Handle Airport?

Who can and cannot be a dual national, as well as the joys and frustrations accompanying that status. Includes ROC Passport and Military Conscription issues
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Re: Two Passports, How to Handle Airport?

Postby Zla'od » 08 Sep 2014, 06:36

Out of curiosity, when you guys say "pinyin," do you mean Hanyu Pinyin, like they use in China (e.g. Mao Zedong)? Or one of the alternative systems (e.g. Mao Tze-tung)?

One poster said they want to restrict romanizations, perhaps to a single system, but another got away with using a Japanese-derived romanization. Does it perhaps vary by office?

And is there any limit on the number of roman characters that the system can accommodate?
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Re: Two Passports, How to Handle Airport?

Postby Chris » 08 Sep 2014, 12:21

Usually, when unqualified by context, the term "pinyin" (in English) refers to Hanyu Pinyin.
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Re: Two Passports, How to Handle Airport?

Postby red and white » 11 Sep 2014, 02:05

As in 1. Name in Chinese
2. ‘HUANG, HSING PEI’ followed by
3. SHELBY HUANG
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Re: Two Passports, How to Handle Airport?

Postby red and white » 11 Sep 2014, 02:07

Zla'od wrote:Out of curiosity, when you guys say "pinyin," do you mean Hanyu Pinyin, like they use in China (e.g. Mao Zedong)? Or one of the alternative systems (e.g. Mao Tze-tung)?

One poster said they want to restrict romanizations, perhaps to a single system, but another got away with using a Japanese-derived romanization. Does it perhaps vary by office?

And is there any limit on the number of roman characters that the system can accommodate?

Also wondering about the character limit for the English name.
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