I look for a strategy to deal with this lexical issue of the Chinese language, and so memorize the right pronunciation(s) correctly

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  • This is way too broad. There are numerous techniques for Chinese LL. What have you tried so far? – bytebuster Jun 20 '17 at 23:40
  • @bytebuster As the question title says, this is not about the pronunciation of Chinese characters in general, but about those that have more than one pronunciation. That's definitely a minority (unlike Japanese kanji). Still, it would be nice if GJC could expand about on this in the question text. – AModHasNoName Jun 21 '17 at 14:15