小王子 — in Cantonese.

Cantonese is a variety of Chinese language spoken in the Guangdong province of China, as well as in Hong Kong and Macau. It is an important language in the region, and it has played a significant role in the history and culture of southern China.

Cantonese is one of the five main Chinese languages, alongside Mandarin, Wu, Min, and Hakka. It is a tonal language, with nine distinct tones that change the meaning of words. Unlike Mandarin, Cantonese has a rich set of final consonants, and it also preserves some of the final consonant endings that have been lost in Mandarin.

Cantonese uses traditional Chinese characters, which are also used in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The grammar of Cantonese is similar to that of other Chinese languages, with subject-verb-object word order and the use of particles to indicate tense, aspect, and mood.