Learn to Write Chinese CharactersBook - 1994
This book is a manual for writing Chinese characters prepared specifically for an English-speaking audience. The author guides the reader through the fundamentals of writing and introduces the different types of script used in China today, their evolution, their place in Chinese tradition, and the relations among them. The book provides basic instruction in writing with a modern fountain pen rather than a brush. Only commonly used characters appear as examples and exercises. Also included is an explanation of how to look up characters in a Chinese dictionary.
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 
Branch Call Number: 495.1 B626L 1994
Characteristics: ix, 123 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm