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  • Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Volume 21, Issue 2
  • June 1958, pp. 334-343

A Note On Chinese Texts In Tibetan Transcription

Abstract

We witness two kinds of Chinese texts in Tibetan transcription, thosewhich have the Tibetan transcription by the side of the Chinese characters—much as the Japanese syllabic script occurs by the side of theChinese characters—and those which are in Tibetan script only.

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