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Traditional Chinese Characters

Traditional Chinese Characters

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The most common 1000 Chinese characters There are tens of thousands of Chinese Characters. But the common Chinese Characters are not a lot. The China Education Department has announced the using usually and hypo-usually Chinese Characters; there are about 3500. In fact, according to the statics, if someone knows the most common 1000 Chinese characters then he or she can read 90% Characters of the modern literary language of the China.

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