Character Pop takes a Chinese character and recursively breaks in down until there is nothing left to break down. The result is a rather pretty little (or massive) tree structure. The characters are coloured by their tone, thereby hinting which parts are related phonetically.
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The master list on which our poster is based. This is the online version with extra details and related HSK information for every character.
Our awesome Tumblog where we post daily images of characters from Mandarin Poster including keyword, English definition, pronunciation, poster coordinates and the components that make up the character.
Simple, fun, and memorable sentences from pop culture and beyond.
An 8-bit look at the 214 Kangxi Radicals including variants, simplified versions and example characters.
A stylish one page self-printable simplified radicals list ordered by stroke order.
This simple page allows you to write Pinyin words with tone marks. For example, writing hao3 will return hǎo, ensuring that the tone mark is applied to the correct vowel.
If you’ve learned Simplified Chinese and want to learn Traditional Chinese, or vice-versa, then this is the guide for you.
Print out your own squared Chinese writing paper for drilling characters or general writing.
The Mini Chinese Exercise Book is a great tool for people who are serious about learning Chinese. It’s based on the excellent PocketMod that helped me organise my studies during university but it’s specifically tailored for learning Chinese. What is it? Simply put it’s a document that you print out onto a piece of paper… Read more »