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Chinese Pidgin Russian speakers

AK – Anatolij Kamandiga, “Tarzan”
ca. 1932: Agzu (Samarga Udihe)Google Scholar
AnP – Antonina Pionka
1918; Krasny Jar (Bikin Udihe)Google Scholar
AP – Alexandr Pionka “Mayor”
1921: Krasny Jar (Bikin Udihe)Google Scholar
DzK – Dzakpani Kanchuga
ca. 1915: Krasny Jar (Bikin Udihe)Google Scholar
LYCh – Liu Yuan Chin,“uncle Van’a”
ca. 1920: Kukan, Jewish Autonomous Area (Chinese)Google Scholar
NM – Nadežda Martynova
ca. 1910: Krasny Jar (Bikin Udihe)Google Scholar
TK – Tatiana Kaza
1930: Agzu (Samarga Udihe).Google Scholar
VU – Valentina Utaisin, “baba Val’a”
1910: Mikhailovka (Tazovka).Google Scholar
VT – Viktor Tarasenko
1954 : Kukan, Jewish Autonomous Area (Ukranian)Google Scholar

Literary sources of Chinese Pidgin Russian examples

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