Why are Chinese characters like this? Since the beginning of learning Chinese, this question has attracted many people. We found that every time we teach a Chinese character, we have to explain its structure and its original form. We need to talk about the ins and outs of Chinese characters so that they become alive and easy to understand.
When we talk about the world from which Chinese characters come, talk about the lives of ancient Chinese people, their houses, lives, and the tools they used; when we talk about the natural scenes of these Chinese characters, the countryside, mountains and rivers, people will have a deeper understanding of Chinese characters and they will learn Chinese characters better.
After studying these courses, you will get some unexpected and interesting stories:
Why is the word “good” composed of a “female” and a “child”? ；
Why do Chinese eat more pork?
Why is the Chinese character “male” related to pastoral life?
Why did the ancient women stay at home and never go out?
After studying this series of courses, I believe you will no longer be afraid of Chinese characters. Facing this seemingly mysterious language, I believe you will be more confident and more capable of learning better.
Who this course is for:
- Students who are interested in Chinese
- Students who want to pass the HSK Chinese test
- The origin of Chinese characters