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Kyōiku kanji

, also known as is a list of 1,006 kanji and associated readings developed and maintained by the Japanese Ministry of Education that prescribes which kanji, and which readings of kanji, Japanese schoolchildren should learn for each year of primary school. Although the list is designed for Japanese children, it can also be used as a sequence of learning characters by non-native speakers as a means of focusing on the most commonly used kanji.Kyōiku kanji is a subset of Japanese Ministry of EducationJōyō... read more


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The Sound of Music (Christine Fan album)

''The Sound of Music'' (; Pinyin:zhēn shàn měi) is FanFan's 3rd album released in April 2003.==Track listing==# 可不可以不勇敢 (Can I ''Not'' Be Brave?) read more

Heshana Khan

Heshana Khan (Chinese: 曷娑那可汗, Modern Chinese: (Pinyin): hésuōnà kěhàn, (Wade-Giles): ho-so-na k'o-han, Middle Chinese (Guangyun) or 曷薩那可汗/曷萨那可汗, hésànà kěhàn, ho-sa-na k'o-han, died 619), at one point known as Chuluo Khan (處羅可汗/处罗可汗) and (泥厥處羅可汗/泥厥处罗可汗), personal name Ashina Daman (阿史那達漫/阿史那达漫, āshǐnà dámàn, a-shih-na ta-man), was a khan of the Western Turkic Khaganate (Göktürk or Tujue empire).... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Double Seventh Festival (disambiguation)

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Empress Kezuhun

Empress Kezuhun (可足渾皇后) may refer to the following Xianbei empresses of the Former Yan state: read more

Tolis Qaghan

Tolis Qaghan or Tolis Khagan (Chinese: 突利可汗, Old Turkic: 10px10px10px 10px10px10px10px, Töles qaγan) may refer to: read more

Zhu Dake

Zhu Dake (; born in 1957) is a Chinese scholar, cultural critic and essayist. He was born in Shanghai and his family was originally from Wuping, Fujian Province. He was educated in the department of Chinese language of East China Normal University and then was awarded a PhD in University of Technology, Sydney in Australia. He has also been a visiting scholar at the University of Sydney., written by Wei Wei (魏巍), 26 July 2009.Rising to prominence in the mid-1980s, he was an important spokesman... read more

Differences between Shinjitai and Simplified characters

Differences between Shinjitai and Simplified characters in the Japanese and Chinese languages exist. Han characters, called Kanji in Japan and Hanzi in China and Chinese-speaking areas, underwent simplification in both Japan and the PRC. Before characters were simplified, all countries using Chinese characters used Traditional Chinese characters. However, many of these characters underwent simplification differently or were only simplified in one language.=== The Idea of Simplified Han Characters... read more


Koktokay () is a town of Fuyun County, Altay Prefecture, Xinjiang, China. The Irtysh River flows through Koktokay. It has abundant mineral and touristic resources, including the Koktokay National Geopark (可可托海国家地质公园). As of 2000 it had a population of 6014.== References ==Category:Township-level divisions of Xinjiang read more

Liu Yibing

Liu Yibing (Chinese:刘轶冰) (born April 16, 1975) is a retired Chinese football player. He used to play for Guangzhou Songri, Guangzhou Pharmaceutical and Shanghai Stars.http://sports.sohu.com/20080402/n256066384.shtml==References==Category:Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao F.C. players read more


Mikako (written: 美佳子, 美香子, 実日子, 未華子 or 未可子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include: read more


Kanako is a Japanese feminine given name. It is commonly written as 加奈子. Some other kanji include 香奈子, 香菜子, 佳奈子, and 可南子. read more

1931 Fuyun earthquake

The 1931 Fuyun earthquake (富蕴地震) occurred on August 10 at 21:18 UTC. The epicenter was near Fuyun County of northern Xinjiang, China. It was a Mw 8.0 earthquakehttp://www-lgit.obs.ujf-grenoble.fr/users/vergnolm/Documents/Pollitzetal_JGR_03.pdf and had a surface rupture of 171 km with a maximal horizontal displacement of 14 m along the Koktokay-Ertai fault zone (可可托海-二台断裂带). The Koktokay-Ertai fault has a slip rate of 4±2 mm per year.http://www.paper.edu.cn/index.php/default/journal/downCount/journal-1005-2321(2003)S1-0132-10... read more


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