Chinese Pidgin Russian has been extinct for several decades. The default lect that is described in APiCS is based on written sources; it was typical for speakers recorded in the 1980s. Some senior (over 70 years old) representatives of Siberian minorities can still be considered semi-speakers of Chinese Pidgin Russian, but they live in a Russian-speaking milieu, so their Pidgin is influenced by Standard Russian; it is referred to as the depidginized lect. The number of Pidgin semi-speakers is probably about 30 people now.
|Stop||p pʰ||b||t tʰ||d||k kʰ||g||q|
|Flap or tap||ɾ|
|w||voiced labial-velar glide|
|Exists (as a major allophone)|
|Exists only as a minor allophone|
|Exists only in loanwords|