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Mar
17
comment App similar to “I learn Chinese”, but for traditional Chinese
@deutschZuid: I'm sorry for that. Frankly, it doesn't make sense to me. It would be much better if looking for resources for learning Chinese would be on-topic here.
Mar
16
comment App similar to “I learn Chinese”, but for traditional Chinese
To me, this is a very valid question for a place like this, where there are people who learn, study, and already know Chinese. An iPad app can be a good tool for helping to learn Chinese, and there can be people here who can suggest quality apps for learning Chinese (because e.g. they already used this kind of apps).
Mar
16
comment Are simplified Chinese characters used for handwriting in places using traditional Chinese characters?
You may want to write in English. I can only understand the (small) English part of your answer.
Mar
15
accepted Are simplified Chinese characters used for handwriting in places using traditional Chinese characters?
Mar
15
comment Are simplified Chinese characters used for handwriting in places using traditional Chinese characters?
Thanks for the great info! The real-life info from locals of some place can be more valuable than pages on books :)
Mar
15
comment Are Sinitic languages mutually comprehensible?
Thanks for the great info. It's cool that a common written language can be used to communicate between probably one billion people speaking different dialects/languages.
Mar
15
accepted Are Sinitic languages mutually comprehensible?
Mar
15
comment Table of Chinese characters taught in primary school, grouped by grade
@j5shi: No problem :) The table linked in this answer is a good alternative.
Mar
15
awarded  Commentator
Mar
15
comment Are Sinitic languages mutually comprehensible?
So basically grammar rules and written Chinese are the same (modulo traditional/simplified characters) all over the Chinese area: what changes is just the pronunciation?
Mar
15
revised Are Sinitic languages mutually comprehensible?
Made title better
Mar
15
asked Are Sinitic languages mutually comprehensible?
Mar
15
comment Are simplified Chinese characters used for handwriting in places using traditional Chinese characters?
@Stan: Thanks for sharing this information. I'd be happy to upvote that and possibly mark as answer, if you post it as answer instead of a comment.
Mar
14
accepted Table of Chinese characters taught in primary school, grouped by grade
Mar
14
comment Table of Chinese characters taught in primary school, grouped by grade
If there isn't an official table of Chinese characters grouped by school grade (like this Kyoiku kanji table), I'm going to mark this as the best answer so far.
Mar
14
asked Are simplified Chinese characters used for handwriting in places using traditional Chinese characters?
Mar
14
comment Table of Chinese characters taught in primary school, grouped by grade
I don't think this table for kanji replaces any textbook. Isn't there even a table with simplified Chinese characters grouped by school grade (similar to what @OlleLinge posted for traditional Chinese characters taught in Taiwan)?
Mar
14
accepted Simplified/Traditional Chinese characters commonalities with Japanese Kanji
Mar
14
comment Simplified/Traditional Chinese characters commonalities with Japanese Kanji
Are the Shinjtai kanji used today in Japan (just like simplified Chinese characters are used in China)? Or do Japanese people prefer the "classical" non-simplified kanji?
Mar
14
asked Simplified/Traditional Chinese characters commonalities with Japanese Kanji