Writing in Mandarin: Strokes


About Strokes
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Writing in Mandarin: The Strokes: There are eight fundamental Strokes: The point The horizontal stroke (left to right) The vertical stroke (top to bottom) The up cutting stroke The left descending stroke The right descending stroke The bending stroke The hooked stroke The essential rules of stroke order are: Horizontal then vertical From top to bottom From left to right The outside then the inside Close after filling the frame Left descending then right descending stroke The middle stroke then the left side then the right side The point comes last

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