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One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian

At 57 strokes, this is a really cool character that doesn't show up in any 输入法 shū rù fǎ - character input method.From wikipedia:Made up of 57 strokes, the Chinese character for "biáng" is one of the most complex Chinese…See More
Dec 5, 2011

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Brandon commented on Will Weisblatt's blog post One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian
"Check - I ate Biang Biang Mian in Xi'an - delicious. and took photo of wall poster for the character.   (photos free to use if you link back to http://studymorechinese.com/ ;)"
Sep 26, 2011
Jacob Gill commented on Will Weisblatt's blog post One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian
"This certainly is a fun one. Too bad most people don't even know how to write it. The pronunciation for the character is an onomatopoeia, representing the sound that the "biang" sound that the noodles make as they are being…"
Aug 29, 2011
Mauricio Estrella commented on Will Weisblatt's blog post One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian
"Wow, that's what I call complex! O_O"
Aug 4, 2011
Will Weisblatt commented on Will Weisblatt's blog post One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian
"It's just a name, absolutely no meaning.  But its a really cool character. "
Aug 3, 2011
Ma Si Wen commented on Will Weisblatt's blog post One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian
"Nice post. Didn't know about this character before. What does it mean?"
Aug 3, 2011

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Brandon commented on Will Weisblatt's blog post One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian
"Nice post & character.   Looks delicious - obligatory food p0rn shot, from same wikipedia page."
Aug 3, 2011
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One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian

At 57 strokes, this is a really cool character that doesn't show up in any 输入法 shū rù fǎ - character input method.From wikipedia:Made up of 57 strokes, the Chinese character for "biáng" is one of the most complex Chinese…See More
Aug 3, 2011
Will Weisblatt commented on Stuffedtuna's blog post Recognizing small differences in characters - "Sweat the little things"
"甲 also means fingernail as in 指甲 Another character that closely resembles the third set is 巳 si4 as in 天干地支里面的辰巳午未"
Aug 2, 2011
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Aug 2, 2011

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One of the most complex Chinese Characters - Biang Biang Mian

Posted on August 2, 2011 at 10:00pm 6 Comments

At 57 strokes, this is a really cool character that doesn't show up in any 输入法 shū rù fǎ - character input method.

From wikipedia:

Made up of 57 strokes, the Chinese character for "biáng"…
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