I personally don’t admit that this is a “Chinese character”. Some people take Zhao as an example and say that this kind of character creation is acceptable. Why can’t the biang character work? First of all, we need to look at the characteristics of Chinese character creation, that is, adding instructions, knowing, and phonetic sounds on the basis of pictograms. Zhao is a typical knowing word. What is that biang? Say you know you believe it? Secondly, dialects don’t necessarily have words, so don’t force them. For example, in my hometown, it’s common to say that a person is stupid and lacking in heart, and that this person “re” is quite common. Is it necessary to make a word? A kind of early “sa soup” that has radiated in the northern regions of Shandong, Henan and Jiangsu also has no words. Different other Chinese characters are used in various places. Is it necessary to create a word? 20210305 Supplement: My previous answer is not accurate. Most dialects do have their own characters, but because of their popularity, they have gradually become rare characters. Many people can only type in pinyin if they don’t know how to write, such as Shandong’s dao dishes. This 㧅, this 饧 of xing noodles, the word for yu is yu! ! There are also some dialects in the process of language development. Because of the changes in phonology, the pronunciation changes. Such characters can be replaced with words in Mandarin. For example, in some dialects in some regions, drinking Fei means drinking water. Fei certainly does not need to make characters. Picking up dou is actually picking up, and there is no need to make characters for dou; there are some purely spoken words, such as Xuzhou, Jining, and Zaozhuang, which say people are stupid and call re (softly or once). It may be in dialect The legacy of the old language, because of the change in phonology, can no longer correspond to the original character, but due to the use of the scene, I also feel that there is no need to create a character in this situation. Thirdly, the word biangbiang is often mentioned on the Internet. It is more of a guided dissemination for the development of local tourism, and it has no meaning to other regions. Even if the word is made, it does not agree with the ability to recite mantras. It’s really early to write the “most complicated” Chinese characters that are sensational. It’s better to use a face+bian to make a comprehensive character. Isn’t it better to have a phonetic sound? Seeing some people often ask Biang to ask, “Do you know which character has the most strokes in Chinese characters? Do you know how to write?” I feel really annoying!