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Old 9th December 2006, 01:56 PM
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Re: 这里气氛不是很活跃啊!

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Originally Posted by touchring
If i'm not mistakened, the current trad. chinese characters has been in use since the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD25–220) when paper was invented.

Here's a calligraphy which i tried figuring out a few. The X, anyone knows, kindly fill in. :p

家居魯親里官
聖妃安樂禮復
雷鹿朝廟X飾

Trad. chinese is really too old, needs revamp.
The x is 修。To a Taiwanese or HK student, these characters are no different from the modern Traditional Chinese.

Quote:
Originally Posted by touchring
人之初 性本善 性相近 习相远
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their habits become widely different.
习相远 should be "habits make them different".

BTW, writing Chinese calligraphy has been my favorite passtime since I was five.
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Last edited by Giant; 9th December 2006 at 02:13 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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