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Chinese Characters & Writing Strokes : How to Write Chinese Characters Using Calligraphy

Chinese Characters & Writing Strokes : How to Write Chinese Characters Using Calligraphy


Ok, let’s talk about the components that forms
the Chinese character so let’s look at these Chinese words here. They are “how to write
Chinese characters” in Chinese it says “chen yung hi chong wan zi” “chen yung hi chong
wan zi” and so it look kind of difficult for beginners how are they formed. So let’s see,
let me just erase part of the characters and leave you there what’s left are what we call
“strokes”.

2 Replies to “Chinese Characters & Writing Strokes : How to Write Chinese Characters Using Calligraphy”

  • 토끼돼지 says:

    Xie Xie !!!

  • Rech Weng says:

    May I try to offer some information?
    1st of all, what do you mean by pinggou? Do you have an example?
    for '车' or che, no, it is not exactly as 4, especially there is gap in che. However, if it helps you remember it, you can take it in that way. I think it is acceptable, considering the simplified chn character 车 abstracts from the traditional script 車 in cursive script way.

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