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Friday, November 25, 2005

 

Types of Japanese kanji symbols - Simple Abstract Kanji

Simple Abstract Kanji
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These kanji symbols convey abstract ideas through symbols.
For instance, the way of writing the numbers in Japanese.



These Japanese kanji symbols represent abstract concepts and so instead of developing from pictures, they are made of a series of points and lines.

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