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Chinese Characters

The 1500 most frequently used Chinese characters. Mandarin Chinese character frequency list.

Chinese New Year Printables can use in the bedroom since it's of the oriental design heheeh

Chineasy. It's absolutely necessary to learn Chinese language. There's no future with our characters.

Writing Systems And Calligraphy Of The World

The strokes in Chinese characters fall into eight main categories: horizontal (一), vertical (丨), left-falling (丿), right-falling (丶), rising, dot (、), hook (亅) and turning (乛, 乚, 乙, etc.). The “Eight Principles of Yong” outlines how to write these strokes, which are common in Chinese characters and can all be found in the character for “yǒng” (永, which translates as “forever” or “permanence”).

These are characters for Chinese foods, but they have been modified a bit to include a picture of what the character is representing. Wow!

寿 <- I have no idea what this says, but I love that

造字工房 Chinese Font Design Studio

ART :: "An ancient Chinese princess I drew a few days back for a design comp!" - Illustration by ToonSketchbook

"Mandarin Chinese makes so much more sense now" - when it's written it's just CHINESE!

"Mandarin Chinese makes so much more sense now" - when it's written it's just CHINESE!