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Yi, also known as Lob, is spoken by about 6 million people in Yunnan Province, southern China. It is a member of the Tibeto--Burman subgroup of the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. The origin of the Yi script is unclear. The characters are mainly ideographic, possibly adaptations of the Chinese, but a number seem to be phonetic. In 1958 the Chinese government introduced a Roman-based alphabet for use in Yi.
Yi is spoken/used in China
1. In ancient times there were differences between man and animal.
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