What is the best Android Chinese input method? I’ve used Android for quite a while now and need to input Chinese pretty much constantly on a daily basis, mostly for text chatting with people. I have another requirement for the input method on my phone, though: it has to be good at Chinese and English […]
Install Google Pinyin IME on your Android phone to get daily Chinese handwriting practice. It’s a bit slower than pinyin input, but you’ll remember the hanzi.
If you need another way to practice writing Chinese characters, give Google Translate’s pinyin-generation feature a try. It’s a nice way to practice hanzi.
If you type the word “Chinese” into Google, it immediately suggests the search term “Chinese people eating babies”. This has to be changed.
After completely wiping out the design settings for East Asia Student, I’ve set it up afresh. It’s cleaner, fresher and more minimalistic.
A run-down of the most bizarre Web search terms that bring people to East Asia Student, and my attempt to better address these queries.
So a lot of people seem to be searching for “Chinese Japanese Korean difference”. Here’s a nice little guide to help them solve their problems.
Looking at Chinese ngrams with Google Labs’ historical vocabulary tracker. Includes English words on China, and Chinese words over time.
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