Can we get some keycaps with Chinese Zhuyin (Bopomofo)?
I've seen a lot of caps with Japanese hiragana legends lately, but rarely ever do I stumble upon any with Chinese Zhuyin. For those who don't know Zhuyin is one of the phonetic alphabets used to type Chinese characters, today it's mainly used in Taiwan, but many older generation Mainlander Chinese use it or at least know it as well. Here's an image of a Zhuyin keycap set I found online, I think it's from zFrontier's GMK Zhuyin.
I know that there probably isn't a wide audience for Zhuyin as an input method, as Taiwan is the only place I know that still teaches Zhuyin in schools and China has ditched Zhuyin in favour of Pinyin - a Romanised system. However, I do believe that the legends on keycaps should be more than just linguistical symbols that help you type, but also decorations that serve cosmetic purposes to make the board more unique and even reinforce a sense of identity to its user. I personally find them really intriguing and I think they look really neat on keycaps, sadly they are quite difficult to come by outside of Taiwan, and when I do find them, there are usually very few options available.
I feel like Zhuyin is underappreciated and it definitely deserves some love and attention from manufacturers and enthusiasts alike. Does anyone else want to see more Zhuyin keycaps? Does anyone else hope more manufacturers would include a Zhuyin option in their set?