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Mandarin Chinese is the official language of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of China on Taiwan (ROC). It is also one of four official languages in Singapore. The English term comes from the Chinese term Guanhua which literally means the language of the Mandarins, although this term is considered archaic in Chinese. In the PRC, the language is known as Putonghua ("the common language") or Han yu (the language of the Han). On Taiwan, the language is officially known as Guoyu ("the national language"). Among overseas Chinese communities, particularly in South East Asia, the language is known as Huayu ("the Zhonghua language") The language is also sometimes but somewhat incorrectly known as Beijing hua or Beijing fangyan (Beijing dialect).
The efforts of both the PRC and ROC to promote Mandarin as the standard language of communication has made it the most widely-spoken dialect of the Chinese language, and the world.
The standard form of Mandarin Chinese uses the sounds of Beijing.
Before the twentieth century Mandarin was referred to by Chinese as guan hua (官話 guan1 hua4, literal meaning: "speech of the officials") which is the reason why Westerners named it "Mandarin", since they first got to know it as the language used by the imperial magistrates, the mandarins.
In addition most Chinese living in Northern China and in Sichuan use as their home language a variety of Mandarin. Until the mid-20th century, most Chinese living in southern China did not speak Mandarin at all. This situation was changed as a result of the creation of an elementary school education system in both the PRC and the ROC, one of whose goals was to teach Mandarin. As a result Mandarin is now spoken fluently by most people in Mainland China and in Taiwan. In Hong Kong, the language of education and formal speech remains Cantonese although Mandarin is becoming increasing influential.
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