Dec 03

Free Chinese Calligraphy Dictionary from www.9610.com 免費線上書法字典

chinese calligraphy Step 1: Online translator http://au.babelfish.yahoo.com/ or http://translate.google.com/#
Disclaimer: Not all software translators can translate Mandarin Chinese 100% correctly. The sentence structures are very different between English and Chinese.

Step 2: Visit http://www.9610.com/zidian/index.htm and click the “search” [搜索] button at least twice to activate the function.

Step 3: Copy & paste each Chinese character and search in the free calligraphy dictionary database. 9610.com keeps updating and adding more entries.
Warning: For your PC securities, please don’t click on “doubtful” ads in 9610 or some Chinese Websites. The functions of 9610 free dictionary are safe for PCs.

Step 4: Use http://neospeech.com or other voice speech software for pronunciation. Chinese characters in Pinyin are very misleading if one has not learned how to pronunciate based on the Pinyin system.

免費線上書法字典
If you find any errors or glitches, please post your comments in www.9610.com’s bulletin board at http://www.9610.com/b/f2.asp?id=199
Disclaimer: Overall, 9610 dictionary is very accurate. Minor or trivial erros or mismatches may still exist.

More videos added in Playlist – Free Utilities & Resources of Chinese Calligraphy, Painting & Mandarin http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4E70413ED95ED222 These free online utilities will help us obtain the translation of Chinese terms, scans of Chinese calligraphy, stroke orders in Kai Shu, pronunciation, and high quality Chinese Painting pictures.
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Filename: Free Chinese Calligraphy Dictionary 9610.wmv

Duration : 0:4:19


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21 comments!!!

  1. artvirtue says:

    @mukokoroos Thank …
    @mukokoroos Thank you. Have a nice day.

  2. mukokoroos says:

    谢谢录影! 和平和爱!
    谢谢录影! 和平和爱!

  3. artvirtue says:

    @LexusWife2003 …
    @LexusWife2003 Thanks. I have another Free Online Dictionary video coming – more comprehensive. Thanks to the Internet.

  4. LexusWife2003 says:

    So many useful tips!
    So many useful tips!

  5. 12nejihyuga says:

    i dun need it o.O i …
    i dun need it o.O i chinese

  6. artvirtue says:

    Thank you. Enjoy!
    Thank you. Enjoy!

  7. WowMommyDaddy says:

    So helpful!
    So helpful!

  8. artvirtue says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for watching. There are some dictionaries of meanings you could check online such as zhongwencom or download NJ Star.

  9. Dparrey says:

    Ahh I misunderstood …
    Ahh I misunderstood, I thought the dictionary was for meanings. But a database with writing examples is so useful. Thank you very much!

  10. artvirtue says:

    @SenseiStrange …
    @SenseiStrange Thank you. Hope you like their search functions and results.

    If this dictionary has some errors due to compilation or negligence, please help to share with us. It’s rare that a book will be 100% correct.

  11. SenseiStrange says:

    Sweet it totally …
    Sweet it totally worked for me! Thank you. You have aided my study greatly!

  12. artvirtue says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for pointing these out.

    I will take a close look at those, especially for 日 (day) and 曰 (say) that are often confused in different scripts and models. If they do have some percentage of errors, I will contact them or ask friends to build an online dictionary in English and Chinese like the one from 9610.

    Regards,
    Joshua

  13. 001Asoer says:

    Not only seal …
    Not only seal script. They also have errors in Kaishu. For example, for 日 they show a 曰 from 九成宮醴泉銘, and for 曰 they show a 日 from 玄秘塔碑.

  14. artvirtue says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for reminding.

    Printed resources compiled and published by skillful and respectful calligraphers are usually more trustworthy than electronic versions. Sometimes people do not verify the lineages of seal scripts and may obtain incorrect resoures.

    If we find any entries doubtful from the 9610 dictionary, we could notify their administrators. They keep updating and adding more results.

  15. artvirtue says:

    Welcome.
    Welcome.

  16. 001Asoer says:

    Be careful though. …
    Be careful though. Not all characters in the dictionary are written correctly.

  17. natureheal88 says:

    Really useful …
    Really useful dictionary. Thank you.

  18. artvirtue says:

    @red8hk Thank you …
    @red8hk Thank you for your kind words.

  19. artvirtue says:

    @ieyoshi Thank you …
    @ieyoshi Thank you for your kind words. Best wishes for your practice.

  20. ieyoshi says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for always sharing information and your knowledge about Chinese calligraphy. There is not enough words to say how grateful I am for you and the others who are willing to share precious knowledge. To a beginner like me, they are priceless.

  21. red8hk says:

    Thank you for your …
    Thank you for your good message is very useful !

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