Traditional Chinese (正體中文/繁體中文) is one of the two official writing scripts in the Imaginary Lands of Nicholas, the other being English (composed of English/Latin alphabets). It is the sole legitimate form of Chinese writing in the kingdom, with the exception of Xiehe Autonomous Region, where simplified Chinese is occasionally permitted.

Traditional Chinese refers to the set of Chinese characters originated from 5th Century, and has not been significantly changed or simplified since 1946[1]. The same system is used in the Republic of China (Taiwan), Hong Kong, and Macau.

The usage of Traditional Chinese script is regulated by the Imaginary Lands of Nicholas Office of the Official Languages. The corresponding wiki for this site is also written completely in Traditional Chinese[2].


  1. Wikipedia: Traditional Chinese
  2. Traditional Chinese version of this wiki
Languages in the Imaginary Lands of Nicholas

Official writing systems: Traditional ChineseEnglish

Official Languages
(mandated in all autonomous countries)

Cantonese standardcreole (63%) • English (22%)

Regional Languages
(mandated in some autonomous countries)

French (8%) • Japanese (3%) • Putonghua (3%) • Arabic (< 1%) • Esperanto (< 1%) • Russian (< 1%) • Uyghur (< 1%)

Unrecognized Languages
(not official, but with significant number of speakers)

Korean (< 1%) • Portuguese (< 1%) • Spanish (< 1%) • Vietnamese (< 1%) • Dutch (< 1%)

Percentages in brackets denote the total number of mother tongues (2010 est.) of the specified language.

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