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Standard Chinese is the official language of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China on Taiwan, one of the four official languages of Singapore and one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Standard Chinese is based on the Beijing Putonghua dialect, which is often called Mandarin. Chinese colloquial regional idioms differ greatly from each other, so most linguists consider them as an independent language branch consisting of separate, albeit related language and dialect groups. Traditionally, Chinese spoken idioms are divided into 7 main groups: Northern Chinese (Putonghua), Yue languages (Cantonese), Hakka, Gan language, Xiang language, Min languages. With the growing influence of the Chinese economy, teaching standard Chinese is becoming increasingly popular in schools in East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Western world. Apart from Putonghua (Mandarin), Cantonese is the only other Chinese language that is often taught as a foreign language, mainly due to the economic and cultural influence of Hong Kong and the widespread use of this variant among large overseas Chinese communities. Currently, there are two systems of Chinese hieroglyphic writing. These are traditional hieroglyphs used in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau and many overseas Chinese-speaking communities. The second and more common variant at present is simplified hieroglyphs, introduced by the PRC in 1954 to spread mass literacy. Simplified Chinese characters simplify most complex traditional glyphs to fewer strokes. Singapore, home to a large Chinese community, has become the second country to officially adopt simplified hieroglyphs.