East Asia Student

Random Stuff Related to East Asia

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  1. 'Hanzi and kanji: differences in the Chinese and Japanese character sets today'
  2. 80 Chinese characters commonly used in phonetic transcriptions
  3. A in hiragana: あ
  4. Add your target language to Firefox
  5. Book review: Tuttle Reading and Writing Chinese
  6. Calibre is an open-source ebook program with awesome potential for language learning
  7. Character shapes used in Chinese words
  8. Chinese opposites words
  9. Dates in Classical Chinese texts
  10. Forwards - backwards Chinese words
  11. HE in hiragana: へ
  12. HI in hiragana: ひ
  13. Hangul and jamo practice in Anki
  14. Hiragana and katakana practice in Anki
  15. HorseDragonFish, a Mandarin webcomic
  16. I in hiragana: い
  17. KA in hiragana: か
  18. KE in hiragana: け
  19. KI in hiragana: き
  20. KO in hiragana: こ
  21. KU in hiragana: く
  22. ME in hiragana: め
  23. My favourite Chinese character: 戀
  24. N in hiragana: ん
  25. NA in hiragana: な
  26. NI in hiragana: に
  27. NO in hiragana: の
  28. NU in hiragana: ぬ
  29. O in hiragana: お
  30. Polyglot plugin for Mandarin
  31. Put Facebook into your target language
  32. RE in hiragana: れ
  33. RI in hiragana: り
  34. RO in hiragana: ろ
  35. RU in hiragana: る
  36. Radical repeating characters in Chinese
  37. SA in hiragana: さ
  38. SE in hiragana: せ
  39. SHI in hiragana: し
  40. SO in hiragana: そ
  41. Some things in English that behave like Chinese characters
  42. Surprising Chinese character simplifications
  43. TA in hiragana: た
  44. TE in hiragana: て
  45. TSU in hiragana: つ
  46. The 'word-character error' whilst learning Chinese
  47. Use Tatoeba whenever you read your target language
  48. Use preferred browsing languages for extra practice
  49. WA in hiragana: わ
  50. YO in hiragana: よ
  51. YU in hiragana: ゆ
  52. You can still read Chinese with the hanzi jumbled up
  53. 猫扑网 (MOP) is a great source of Chinese reading materials