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I suppose that the easiest and a very simple way to learn and memorize Chinese characters is to learn Chinese radicals and Chinese character decomposition!

 

Decomposition of the Chinese character  huǒ ‘fire’: 

  bā eight

  rén man    

 

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Question: is there anything more you can talk about than just about Chinese character decomposition?
You've made 12 posts just about that, even in topics where such information is completely out of place.

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