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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_characters

In 1899, pieces of these bones were being sold as "dragon bones" for medicinal purposes, when scholars identified the symbols on them as Chinese writing. By 1928, the source of the bones had been traced to a village near Anyang in Henan Province, which was excavated by the Academia Sinica between 1928 and 1937 ...

www.freetattoodesigns.org/chinese-tattoo-symbols.html

These symbol tattoos are only done by Westerners, you'll seldom see a Chinese with a character tattoo. The opposite is going on though... In China it's trendy nowadays to get an English text tattoo, usually full of spelling mistakes. That being said, the art and writing of the traditional Chinese culture have graceful lines which ...

www.mdbg.net/chinese/dictionary?page=worddict

English to Chinese dictionary with Mandarin pinyin - learn Chinese faster with MDBG!

www.pinterest.com/explore/chinese-symbol-tattoos

Find and save ideas about Chinese symbol tattoos on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Japanese tattoo symbols, Chinese writing and Chinese writing tattoos.

www.pinterest.com/Glitterina28/chinese-symbol-words

Explore Ashley Randolph's board "Chinese symbol *words" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Chinese, Symbols and Hennas.

www.yellowbridge.com/chinese/character-dictionary.php

Provides detailed information about Chinese characters, including list of common words containing the characters, character etymology, and stroke order. Accepts handwritten input. Unique search feature allows characters to be found by identifying the components, even if they are not radicals.

www.taiwan-travel-experience.com/chinese-symbols-for-words.html

Chinese Symbols for Words - An Introduction to Chinese Characters with Meanings and Pictures.

www.chinese-tools.com/characters/alphabet.html

A, 诶, ēi. B, 比, bǐ. C, 西, xī. D, 迪, dí. E, 伊, yī. F, 艾弗, ài fú. G, 吉, jí. H, 艾尺, ài chǐ. I , 艾, ài. J, 杰, jié. K, 开, kāi. L, 艾勒, ài lè. M, 艾马, ài mǎ. N, 艾娜, ài nà. O, 哦, ó. P, 屁, pì. Q, 吉吾, jí wú. R, 艾儿, ài ér. S, 艾丝, ài sī. T, 提, tí. U, 伊吾, yī wú. V, 维, wéi. W, 豆贝尔维, dòu bèi ěr wéi. X, 艾克斯, yī kè sī. Y, 吾艾, wú ài. Z, 贼德, zéi dé ...

blog.tutorming.com/mandarin-chinese-learning-tips/how-do-chinese-characters-work

Mar 17, 2016 ... Variations of the post below were first published at Medium.com and on Quora by the same author. It may be obvious to some, less to others, but the Chinese writing system is not based on an alphabet. An alphabet consists of a small number of letters. Letters represent sounds. They spell out how words ...