Learn Chinese postcard-Thank you

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Learn Chinese postcard-Thank you

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Thank you/xiè xie/ Thanks Express gratitude and gratitude. Foreigners can express their gratitude with a few simple strokes of THX. Taiwanese need to use 17 strokes to write a word of thanks. The difference between the characters is quite big. Although the word "Xie" has many strokes, its square shape can show the beauty of Chinese characters. It means'Thanks, Thank you'. When you thank somebody for doing something, you say “xie xie”. Or you can say “xie xie ni”,”ni” is you. It's very commonly used. Easy to learn Chinese Taiwan is one of the few countries that preserve and use complete traditional Chinese characters. We have designed a series of postcards for learning Chinese based on this, so that traditional Chinese is no longer an incomprehensible ghost drawing symbol, but allows foreigners to try to write , Personally feel the charm of Chinese character art. Postcard paper quality: recycled cotton wool paper 300 gsm Postcard size: 148 x 105 mm Printing and Publishing: Nissens Design The design purpose of the Learn Chinese series is to teach foreigners to understand Chinese in a simple way instead of academic research. The font writing method and stroke order are based on common popular writing and visual design. The number in the postcard is the order of strokes, and the design concept is the way of linking and reading, not the number of strokes set by the Ministry of Education. For school-age children to learn to write, please follow the Mandarin textbook or the standard font of the national character. The stroke order on the back of the postcard is the standard version of the Ministry of Education.

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