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Read more: Lesson 11 The Importance of the Strokes in Writing Chinese Character 笔画对汉字的重要性

Chinese characters are made out of simple basic strokes. A good first step to learn Chinese characters is to learn the basic strokes. 


Chinese characters have complex structures, but if they are disintegrated, some basic strokes–the minimum components, will be exposed. Mastering how to write the basic strokes is a necessary step before being able to write correct and beautiful characters.

Read more: Lesson 01 汉字的基本笔画Basic Strokes of Chinese Character

Chinese characters are square-shaped written symbols to record the Chinese language. They are composed at three levels: strokes, components and the whole characters. Strokes are the smallest constituents of Chinese characters. In writing, a single movement of the pen (from the point where it touches the paper to the place where it is lifted) is called a stroke. 

Read more: Lesson 02 橫[héng] Horizontal stroke

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