Learn How to Write Chinese Character in 90 Minutes

Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders — Bi Hua 笔画
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  • Lectures 11
  • Length 2 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 6/2016 English

Course Description

Chinese Characters are the soul of Chinese culture! What we call Chinese is because the Chinese Characters. Chinese Characters contain information, the unique pictorial language system which survives more than 5000 years and still show its vigour in modern time.

Chinese language contains NO alphabet. It is proved by modern medical that Chinese Characters will use different brain areas in your brain, differs from all alphabetic languages. In other words, learning to recognize Chinese Characters will make you smarts and prevent Alzheimer. Write Chinese is not that hard as you thought! It is drawing!  It is a good brain gym exercise for everyone.

"Learn How to Write Chinese Characters in 90 Minutes" courses will guidance you as ZERO beginners to master all the 7 basic rules and 9 more Supplementary Rules.

We will use our unique pictorial Cartoonist illustration to explain all the basic Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders in Part 1. The Flash card approach will elaborate in more details.


There are total 10 videos which will take you 90 Minutes to master all the Rules of Chinese Stroke Orders.               

                                               

This course is designed for students who are ZERO beginners or who are going to attend Mandarin Chinese GCSE, IGCSE , IB, AP, SAT, HSK 3, HSK 4 examinations.

At the end of my course, students will be able to

- Know How to write any Chinese Characters in correct stroke order.

- Learn 160 Characters explained.

-Master 300 Vocabularies included, with Best English translation possible.

What are the requirements?

  • None
  • Write Chinese is not that hard as you thought! It is drawing!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • - Know How to write any Chinese Characters in correct stroke order.
  • - Learn 160 Characters explained.
  • -Master 300 Vocabularies included, with Best English translation possible.

What is the target audience?

  • Any one, as ZERO beginners,especially who want make themself smarter and prevent Alzheimer.
  • ! It is a good brain gym exercise for everyone

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Intro Lecture
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01:59
Section 1: 7 Basic Rules
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10:50
12:12

Rule # 1: From left to right 

The Horizontal line (heng ) is from left to right.
The left-right-structure characters will also follow this rule.

Rule # 2:
From top to bottom
The up-down-structure characters will also follow this rule.

Rule #3Horizontal line (héng )  precedes vertical line (shù)

10:41

Rule #3Horizontal line (héng )  precedes vertical line (shù).  Cont. 

But this one should be taken as left right structure.

Rule # 4: Piě precedes Nà

10:37

Rule # 5   From outside to inside 

Rule # 6: Inside strokes precede the sealing stroke

12:08

Rule # 7: Middle strokes precede the two sides
Rule # 7.1 : Some is started from two sides first, then the middle

Section 2: Supplementary Rules
12:19

Supplementary Rules

Rule #  8. The Characteristics with single dot “dian” 
8.1 Dot at top middle or top left will be written as the 1st stroke: 
门斗室广义
8.2  Dot at top right will be written as the last stroke: 
我钱找
8.3  Dot inside a characteristic will be written as the last stroke: 
瓦玉歹叉

10:29

9. Two side surrounding structure: 
9.1 Up-right structure, outside precedes inside: 
9.2 Up-left structure, outside precedes inside:  庆房尺庄病藏
9.3 Left-down structure, inside precedes outside: 远近进建

10:46

10. Three-side surrounding structures: 

10.1 Open to up, inside precedes outside: 
10.2 Open to down, outside precedes inside
10.3 Open to right, the order is:  up-inside-left down. 

 11. Unique structures and easy-to-make-mistake words

10:54

11. Unique structures and easy-to-make-mistake words

12:05

 11. Unique structures and easy-to-make-mistake words

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Instructor Biography

Mr. David Yao, founder of legoo mandarin online learning school

David yao, the founder of legoo mandarin, born in china, resides in kuala lumpur, malaysia, master degree from university malaya, acca (uk) member. have 20 years’ experience in mandarin teaching for foreigners. teaching is also a process of learning, especially for me. i enjoy the teaching and always try to find the best way from outsider. the online education is the one of trend which will shape our future education. combining my master of it, i am focusing on mandarin chinese online teaching and education and still looking the best it solution to integrate my mandarin teaching systemic materials and methods. legoo is my effort of the past 18 years! as a teenager in middle school, i had no interest in languages. i even failed chinese in my university entry examination. as i grew older, i began to teach friend’s kids occasionally in mandarin in malaysia when i studied here. i discovered many smart boys had the same trait as me: no interest in language. i began to look the answer for: why do we all not like languages? i had a great grandfather yiu hong, who was a famous chinese writer and chief editor for his publishing company. i studied chinese again whilst studying english in addition to way it was taught. an answer was found: we don’t like language because there is no challenge like maths or other subjects, it is boring! i can read, talk, write, and why ask me to memorize so many details and complicated thing!

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