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菊花文 (júhuā wén): chrysanthemum script
 
菊花文 (júhuā wén): chrysanthemum script
  
Coded writing using the Combining Cyrillic Millions character ( ҉ , [http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/0489/index.htm U+0489]). Typically used in bi-directional text, where both left-to-right and right-to-left scripts are used simultaneously, Chinese netizens have employed  ҉  to obscure sensitive online discussion.  
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[[File:juhuawen.png|250px|thumb|right|''Chrysanthemum script converted text: “Sensitive words can avoid being harmonized. Freedom of speech is a must!” (anliu/[http://an-liu.cn/novel-skills/post/4617.html an-liu.cn])'']][[File:Chrysanthemum01.png|thumb|250px|right|
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''Chrysanthemum script converted text: “[[sensitive porcelain|Sensitive words]] can avoid being [[river crab|harmonized]].” (Screenshot from [http://www.iplaysoft.com/tools/juhua/ iPlaysoft]'']]
  
When Combining Cyrillic Millions ( ҉ ) is inserted between each character in a word or phrase, the  ҉ overlays each character, making it difficult to automate censorship.
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[[File:Chrysanthemum02.png|thumb|250px|right|''Chrysanthemum script covering non-sensitive posts on Weibo.'']]Coded writing using the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_Cyrillic_Millions Combining Cyrillic Millions] character (   ҉   ; Unicode:  [http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/0489/index.htm U+0489]). Typically used in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bi-directional_text bi-directional text], where both left-to-right and right-to-left scripts are used simultaneously, Chinese netizens have employed    ҉   to obscure [[sensitive porcelain|sensitive]] online discussion.  
  
[[File:Juhuawen.png|thumb|400px|center|
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When Combining Cyrillic Millions (  ҉  ) is inserted between each character in a word or phrase, the  ҉  overlays each character, making it difficult to automate censorship. Online converters allow Internet users to create chrysanthemum script automatically.
''In the upper pane are the words, “Sensitive words can avoid being [[river crab|harmonized]]. Freedom of speech is a must.” These words are converted into chrysanthemum script in the lower pane.'']]
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[http://blockedonweibo.tumblr.com/post/18438019025/combining-cyrillic-millions-is-a-cyrillic    ҉  used to be blocked on Weibo], but is now [http://s.weibo.com/weibo/%D2%89 searchable]. It appears that using chrysanthemum script either have fallen out of fashion, or is no longer a viable technique to skirt censorship.
  
 
See also [[Martian script]].
 
See also [[Martian script]].
  
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Latest revision as of 20:34, 20 January 2021

菊花文 (júhuā wén): chrysanthemum script

Chrysanthemum script converted text: “Sensitive words can avoid being harmonized. Freedom of speech is a must!” (anliu/an-liu.cn)
Chrysanthemum script converted text: “Sensitive words can avoid being harmonized.” (Screenshot from iPlaysoft
Chrysanthemum script covering non-sensitive posts on Weibo.

Coded writing using the Combining Cyrillic Millions character ( ҉ ; Unicode: U+0489). Typically used in bi-directional text, where both left-to-right and right-to-left scripts are used simultaneously, Chinese netizens have employed ҉ to obscure sensitive online discussion.

When Combining Cyrillic Millions ( ҉ ) is inserted between each character in a word or phrase, the ҉ overlays each character, making it difficult to automate censorship. Online converters allow Internet users to create chrysanthemum script automatically.

҉ used to be blocked on Weibo, but is now searchable. It appears that using chrysanthemum script either have fallen out of fashion, or is no longer a viable technique to skirt censorship.

See also Martian script.