Chineasy, A Visual System to Easily Learn Chinese Characters Using Simple Illustrations
Chineasy: The New Way to Read Chinese is a collaboration between author ShaoLan Hsueh and graphic artist Noma Bar designed to provide a simple way to learn Chinese by combining the characters themselves with illustrations.
Infographic. Many think Chinese is hard to learn. But actually, there are many reasons that make Chinese easier than most people realize. Here are just a few reasons why Chinese is easy. From waymandarin.com blog.
Want to know what colors are in Mandarin Chinese?Here are the common colors in Mandarin!!This file includes the characters, the pinyin, and English meaning for each of the colors.There is also a practice worksheet for kids to complete.*Answer sheet is attachedUtilizing this lesson will help children identify and practice colors in Mandarin Chinese!
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”).