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250 Essential Chinese Characters Volume 2: For Everyday Use

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This text is a primer for anyone who needs to recognise common Chinese characters. Each character is presented in both its simplified and traditional form, along with notes on pronunciation and meaning.
Paperback, 2 pages
Published June 15th 2004 by Tuttle Publishing
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Oct 22, 2010 Jerome Parisse rated it it was amazing
These two books are excellent to learn to write the characters and understand their meaning and how they were created. The books present both the simplified version used in Mainland China, and the complex version used in Taiwan and Hong Kong.
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Philip Yungkin Lee is a native speaker of Chinese. He has taught Chinese both in Adult Education and Chinese Studies at university level, the last being Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He has published several language learning titles and has received a Teaching Excellence award from his university. He is also the author of Pocket Mandarin Chinese Diction ...more
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