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The Origin of Chinese Nom in Vietnam
What is Chinese Nom?
Chinese Nom or Han Nom (漢喃) are characters based on Chinese characters that were used in Vietnam a long time ago. Han Nom characters can be used to write Chinese characters or a form of Vietnamese characters called Nom characters.
Han Nom includes both Chinese characters and characters based on the rules of Chinese rhyme, but only for Vietnamese called Nom script.
Chinese was used during the dynasties in Vietnam as an official language. Nom script was created from using common characters of Chinese characters to represent Vietnamese. A letter in Vietnamese can be written with one character in Chinese, thus it is a hieroglyphic system in which each character represents only one syllable.
Nom script is the ancient way of writing Vietnamese expressions. After Vietnam was freed from Chinese domination in 939, the Nom script became the national language for the first time to express the Vietnamese language through the alphabet.
During the Tay Son dynasty, all administrative documents were written in Nom script for 24 years, from 1788 to 1802. Documents such as books, official letters, papers, letters, contracts, address books, etc.
In other words, Nom script is a purely Vietnamese tool recording the cultural history of the nation for about 10 centuries, although it is a tool that has not yet proven its effectiveness and universality compared to Chinese characters.
The reality of Chinese Nom in Vietnam
Through fact finding, Chinese Nom characters are difficult, so there are not many people who can read, write and translate this type of script in Vietnam. But, being able to translate does not mean good translation, correct translation.
The Han Nom texts record all the problems of life, related to many other sciences. Wanting to study and learn about the past of the nation often have to rely on translated texts. The researcher used incorrect translated text in the research process, leading to incorrect research results.
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Chinese Nom translation with Asian Translation and Interpretation
Chinese Nom texts are mainly handwritten, mainly in cursive, so the word recognition is easily confused leading to incorrect transliteration and mistranslation. Tool books in the field of Chinese Nom in Vietnam are quite few.
A kanji can have many meanings, researchers refer to those meanings to use appropriately in the translation, so it is difficult to accurately reflect the spirit of the original content.
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