We have culture of Chinese character - a kind of hieroglyphics.
"木" 's shape means a tree.
"林" means multi trees.
so "森" means the forest.
#forest #trees #evening #sunday #tree #people #woman #january #culture #character #letter #season #vegetation #kanji #theme-forest #chinese-character
I need to show my daughter. Superb!
Wow thats very interesting :)
Great way to learn a new language! I like how those kanjis look like pine trees :-)
Does it mean trees in general or only the coniferous trees? :)
In General @Anne . Not only coniferous but also hardwoods :D
Thanks :) Great idea to remember words! I really would like to learn Chinese, but I guess it's extremly difficult ;) Did you write Chinese "letters" above English words by yourself? There are amazilngly beautiful!
Oh I love this!!(You have so many miniature christmas trees too Satoshi!)But if you really want to say the word "forest" then you need to use the two characters 森 and 林 together like this: 森林, in Chinese it means "forest".
Or another one to add to your trees is adding 火 (fire) to 林 beneath it. 焚 shows a fire burning the woods meaning burn.
Since I've had one semester of Chinese lessons last year... I really admire all the people, that are able to write Chinese characters (I mean both natives and non-natives)! I can remember... literally nothing - only pinyin :D
Ahh your newest project- Japanese for beginners :-) Cool idea!
Nice nice nice. Not to mention that trees is a surname in chinese too!
Thank you for the lesson :)
wowyou are master of creativity
I like it a lot!
Lovely! When I read a translated japanese book, I always think about how much got missed with translation: one should be able to understand every language to understand fully a piece of literature!Btw very nice idea, Satoshi. Bravo!
So cool Satoshi... I live IT:-):-):-):-)
Fantastic photo:-) :-) :-)Superb. We ask for more, and once we learn it, we visit you
This is so cool, thank you for sharing!
Thanks for this Satoshi, really great to learn this! Your language shows a much more pragmatic approach than ours in Europe, at least through this example 😉
Seems logical. Like German language.And Google Translate proves You're right.
wow cool graphics
nice one! i could be your chinese teacher, lol
Super creative! :)
I'm waiting for your alternative 365 project "Languages with Satoshi" :D
I love the idea! Waiting for more! :D
Thx!! It's really great idea! I hope learn it from U:)
Oh, that makes a lot of sense! I always saw "pictures" in Japanese hieroglyphs (although I don't know much of the language) and thought "why do I see them?" Now it makes sense :) They are pictures with meanings indeed :) Thank you for the explanation, Satoshi!