Chinese Character Writing


Chinese Character Writing 


Chinese is a pictorial language coming from images, and the meaning of the characters is subtle, profound and even philosophical. Different from the alphabet-based English language, the Chinese pictorial language provides an image for you to see rather than decoding a set of sounds by pronouncing the letters. Chinese calligraphy is an art, which could evoke aesthetic response or even a meditative state to the reader. So once you grasp the relevant meaning of those constructed pictorial characters, you will find fun and much interest in learning.

According to the survey of Chinese Ministry of Education and Language Commission, you only need to know about 1,000 Chinese characters to be able to read 90% of current Chinese publications, and are more than sufficient to attain an excellent grasp of Chinese in daily use.

This one-to-one Chinese character writing course is suitable for those who are interested in writing and recognizing Chinese characters. The course will be delivered in an exciting and fascinating way of learning. Depending on the needs and levels of individual students, we use different books and learning materials to deliver the course. Apart from our own teaching materials, we incorporate appropriate textbooks and reference books for the best results. For those who want to learn Chinese characters with fun, we will incorporate the book Fun With Chinese Characters by cartoonist Tan Huay Peng from Singapore, and learn the most common 480 Chinese characters first.

For recommended Chinese study books, CLICK HERE.

You can also browse the resources to learn Chinese Pinyin, 100 most common Chinese characters with 40 common phrases in flash, Chinese calligraphy, Chinese idioms and proverbs, and Chinese culture as well as some introductory videos. Or, you can download 2500 Chinese characters flash, and learn at ease with revolutionary Synchro-Multisensory Chinese Learning Software through interactive Chinese movies, with active participation in watching, listening, speaking, reading, and even writing simultaneously.