On Preserving Taiwanese Through Romanization
But was there a better way to put these pronunciations on the page?
Grace Hwang Lynch is a journalist and essayist obsessed with Asian American culture and food. Her work has been featured by NPR, PRI, Tin House, and other outlets. She is pretty good at a lot of things, but not an expert on anything. Except maybe baking sourdough milk bread. Follow her on Twitter @gracehwanglynch or learn more at gracehwanglynch.com.
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