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Hyphenation for Chinese pinyin

Using XeLaTeX with polyglossia, I’m typesetting a document that includes Chinese pinyin: not the whole text, but still a fair bit, so I want to avoid manually providing rules for hyphenation. ...
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Pinyin to character

I'm trying to make a document with both English words, pinyin translation and chinese characters. Is it possible to write the code in pinyin (or something similar) and get the corresponding ...
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How to fix spacing with multi-line cgloss4e examples?

(Note: This is a follow-up to this question) I am using cgloss4e to write down some language examples. Some of these examples do not fit within a single line, therefore I am trying to distribute ...
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How to combine cgloss4e, colouring and pinyin?

This is a follow-up to this question. In this new question, I would like to be able to combine the colour-altering commands provided in the previous question with the automatic pinyin encoding of the ...
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Is XeTex included in texlive linux package?

After viewing this tutorial, I am trying to view Chinese characters on latex. The tutorial recommends XeTex, does the texlive linux package already contain XeTex? I currently do not have the ctex ...
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xpinyin change font

I am using the package xpinyin for displaying pinyin, a Chinese phonetic script above Chinese characters. This seems to work well, but I want to change the font of the phonetic script. I found some ...
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Trouble with using pinyin and gb4e

I'm trying to use gb4e and pinyin package for putting pinyin in my linguistics examples. However I have a bunch of weird errors which would go away if I comment out using pinyin. Maybe \ex is causing ...
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using pinyin package with xelatex

I am trying to use the pinyin package for glossing Chinese text. There are two problems: First, it complains about \Xiand \Pi allready being defined and second the dash about the a and the e is not ...