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Feb
26
comment Analog of Hong Kong grade level for Chinese characters?
@CA55CE37 What is "education adjustments' information"? :)
Dec
10
awarded  Yearling
Nov
2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
31
comment Analog of Hong Kong grade level for Chinese characters?
@50-3 Thanks, I'm aware of HSK but am looking for something that may be in official or at least wide-spread use in the Chinese indigenous school system. BTW, do you know where one can obtain official vocabulary lists for HSK (from a reference book or, better, online source)?
Oct
31
asked Analog of Hong Kong grade level for Chinese characters?
Oct
15
awarded  Critic
Oct
12
comment What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
+1 and BTW I've also upvoted @Stan's very informed answer.
Oct
12
accepted What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
Oct
12
revised What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
fixed typo
Oct
12
comment What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
Now what does this show? So native2ascii can go from font characters to Unicode code points? The question is concerned with interpreting a bitmap. If I consult the Unihan database I can go both ways between characters and code points but still not start from a bitmap. BTW, if I apply Chinese OCR to na4zi4pang2, it fails.
Oct
12
comment What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
@NS.X. +1 I see. The verbatim translation of the pinyin really helped here. What I'm taking away from your comment (BTW, if you want to post it as answer, I would be inclined to accept it as the answer) also is that the term radical need not refer to the 214 radicals from the Kangxi dictionary alone.
Oct
11
revised What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
added 3 characters in body
Oct
11
asked What is na4zi4pang2 (pinyin) in the decomposition of na4 (那)?
Oct
11
comment How does CJK Decomposition compare to the Wikimedia Commons Chinese characters decomposition data?
I have in front of me the New Practical Chinese Reader (the German translation actually). It list many decomposition and since this is apparently a very well-researched book I wonder what its scholarly reference regarding "C" decompositions may have been.
Oct
9
accepted What are the translations of these IT-related terms: app, service, consulting?
Oct
9
revised What are the translations of these IT-related terms: app, service, consulting?
edited title
Oct
9
asked What are the translations of these IT-related terms: app, service, consulting?
Aug
6
comment Chinese proverb: If you want happiness for a lifetime, help the younger generation?
@xiaohouzi79 I do appreciate that you gave an explanation for the hold and even suggested a concrete way forward. However, I cannot help but wonder how many other questions would have to go if you eradicated all fact-checking ones :) Anyway, I've got a sufficient answer in one of the comments and I respect the rules, so that's fine.
Aug
2
comment Chinese proverb: If you want happiness for a lifetime, help the younger generation?
@NS.X. You got me there: I keep a collection of quotes and at some point in the past wrote down this one with its then source. Unfortunately I can't retrace the origin any longer.
Aug
2
revised Chinese proverb: If you want happiness for a lifetime, help the younger generation?
edited title