Tai Le Unicode Script
The Tai Nua people of south-central Yunnan, China, speak Tai Nüa, which is written using the Tai Le script, also known as the Dehong Dai script, which is a Brahmic alphabet. In addition to being called Nwa, Dehong Dai, and Chinese Shan, the language. Only spaces are used in between phrases and sentences, and it is written in horizontal lines from left to right. The Tai Le script has been in use for 700–800 years, during which time it has employed a variety of orthographic patterns.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Tai Le' unicode script category. Currently there are 35 characters in this category.