Chinese writing practice worksheets to assist in learning to recognize, write, and learn the meaning of many Chinese characters. After completing these practice worksheets, writing and recognizing characters will become much easier. There are many websites and software applications to use for learning how to write and draw Chinese characters, but using a mouse or tracing with a finger on a touch pad will t correctly train how to write the characters with a pen or pencil in hand. After scouring theInternetto find quality worksheets for writing Chinese characters, we could t find any that were acceptable. Many practice worksheets we found did t have an English translation or a Chinese pronunciation guide. Other books use computer fonts that do t have accuratecharacterstrokes, all characters in this workbook have been individually hand drawn by a native speaker to show correct stroke placement, in a font thatbeginnerswill find easy to duplicate.
I was born and raised in Macau China, living there until moving to the United Stated in 2009. I studied Graphic Design in University, and worked as a freelance designer and later as a designer for an international hotel company. My native language is Cantonese, but the diverse mix of cultures in Macau allowed to me grow up around native speakers of Mandarin, English, Portuguese and native Chinese. After looking at workbooks for the practice of writing Chinese characters, and not being satisfied with the existing ones, I decided to write my own Chinese writing practice workbook. I wanted a workbook with Chinese to English translations, Simplified and Traditional Chinese characters, and Cantonese and Mandarin pronunciations. I plan to continue creating more practice worksheets and to publish more volumes of the workbook.