Chinese Symbols and Their Translations

Chinese characters or symbols usually have one or more meanings, and some of them are particularly loved by Chinese people. Here is the top ten list of the lucky ones. Please note Pinyin is also used here, which is the Chinese spelling system for the characters.…

Chinese characters - Wikipedia

The use of traditional Chinese characters versus simplified Chinese characters varies greatly, and can depend on both the local customs and the medium. Before the official reform, character simplifications were not officially sanctioned and generally adopted vulgar variants and idiosyncratic substitutions.Languages: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, ……

Symbol Codes Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)

Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Pinyin. There are several variants of the the Chinese script used in different contexts. Chinese Traditional is the older form of the script and is used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and other locations outside of China, including various "Chinatowns" in the West. Chinese Traditional characters are more complex ...…

CHINESE ART AND SYMBOLS Facts and Details

Chinese Symbols. Butterfly, symbol of joy In China, lucky symbols appear on everything from handkerchiefs to tombstones. Many auspicious symbols are homonyms of Chinese characters associated with good fortune, prosperity and longevity. Many inauspicious ones are homonyms of Chinese characters for "death" or "bad luck."…

Chinese Tattoo Symbols 300 Most Popular Characters

Simplified Chinese characters have less number of strokes than traditional Chinese. They are used in mainland China, Malaysia and Singapore. Here's an example, on the left (in black) is the traditional Chinese character for "Chinese", next to it (in red) is the simplified character: 300 Tattoo Symbols…