Jan Rozehnal
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Chinese numbers in Mandarin pinyin and hand gestures. This is how one could show different numbers with one's hands in Chinese culture - I used to know all of these when I was little, but have a hard time remembering past 6 now.

Chinese numbers in Mandarin pinyin and hand gestures. This is how one could show different numbers with one's hands in Chinese culture - learning Chinese

8 Chinese characters in the pictogram group via hokostudio. Learning activity: Matching game. Match the ancient style with the modern character.

8 Chinese characters in the pictogram group via hokostudio. Idea for a Matching game. Match the ancient style with the modern character by printing sheet and cutting apart.

A Radical View - gotCharacters - source for this (somewhat) interactive graphic, and a really nice organization of (most) radicals.

A Radical View - gotCharacters - source for this (somewhat) interactive graphic, and a really nice organization of (most) radicals.

A Radical View - gotCharacters - source for this (somewhat) interactive graphic, and a really nice organization of (most) radicals.

A Radical View - gotCharacters - source for this (somewhat) interactive graphic, and a really nice organization of (most) radicals.

How to read Korean in 15 min! (Well, the alphabet anyway.) Confession: pinning for later. But I'm interested!

Funny pictures about Learn to read Korean in 15 minutes. Oh, and cool pics about Learn to read Korean in 15 minutes. Also, Learn to read Korean in 15 minutes photos.

Word Analyse - 减 [jiǎn] - to lower; to decrease; to reduce - to subtract - to diminish

Word Analyse - 减 [jiǎn] - to lower; to decrease; to reduce - to subtract - to diminish

Another Pinner said:  {The story behind the Chinese word for tea (茶) reveals two faces to a seemingly innocuous word. Next time you brew a pot, ask yourself, are you drinking pure tea, or something much more dangerous?

Another Pinner said: {The story behind the Chinese word for tea (茶) reveals two faces to a seemingly innocuous word. Next time you brew a pot, ask yourself, are you drinking pure tea, or something much more dangerous?