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Lo Yang or Loyang

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Is it just me or did Lo Yang used to have separate words in the name, but now in game it's all one word?

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It's actually Luo Yang (ROCS DD-14 Luo Yang DD-14 (ex USN DD-421))

 

or Luoyang

 

The Chinese (both taiwan and mainland) name their ships according to cities and provinces depending on the class of the ship. Smaller ships are named after small municipalities. Capital ships are named after provinces. 

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There are also no spaces in Chinese. Paragraphs and line breaks and empty space at the end of lines. 

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Does it matter? Either way paints the same picture.

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All Taiwanese DDs of that period were "Yang" - Lo Yang, Han Yang, and Nan Yang. I have always seen it as two words but that could simply be Anglicization. Which is okay

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I did notice they removed the Chinese naval ranks though, its now only English. =/ 

 

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Yang Lo, sweet deedeebote, comin fer to torpedo me hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooome, Yang Looooooo, sweet deedeebote, comin fer to torpedooooo meeeeee hoooooooommmeeeeeee

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