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chinese-口-mouth

kǒu The word for mouth resembles an opening or orifice Mouth or opening is the radical, No. 30 Compound 口琴 kǒuqín – …

chinese-日-sun-day

rì A pictograph of the sun. Sun or day. Also  the 72nd radical Compounds 日报 rìbào – daily newspaper 日本 rìběn – …

chinese-大

dà Great,  37th radical, resembles a person 人 with arms stretched out as far as possible, implying the meaning of big/great/large Compounds …

chinese-月-moon

yuè The moon, is the radical, No.74. A picture of the crescent moon completely visible (compare 夕 xī No. 14) The word for …

the-pet-dragon

The Pet Dragon

The Pet Dragon: A Story about Adventure, Friendship, and Chinese Characters by Christoph Niemann This is one of the first books that …

chinese-人-person

rén Radical no. 9 亻, a man or person Compounds 人才 réncái – talent; abilities that make one an asset 人工 réngōng …

Our Journal of Chinese Characters

Thanks for checking out Kai’s journal of Chinese characters. Using ideograms and pictographs Kai learnt a modified version of the 100 commonly …

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