The Origin of Chinese Characters: An Illustrated History and Word Guide

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page v
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part 1- (Tian=T’Ien) Heaven 7
  • 1- The God of Heaven 9
  • 2- The King Who Is the Agent of Heaven 15
  • 3- Aristocrats Wear Horns 25
  • 4- The Religious Ceremony with Rice, Wine, Meat and Blood 31
  • 5- Animal Sacrifices for Religious Ceremonies 39
  • 6- Messengers of God- Bronze, and Bones 45
  • 7- The People from the Sun and the Stars 49
  • Part 2- (Ren) Human 55
  • 1- People 57
  • 2- Family Dynamics 65
  • 3- Body Parts 79
  • 4- House, Food, and Clothes 85
  • 5- Everyday Activities 97
  • 6- Knowledge & Learning 105
  • 7- Money & Partying 111
  • 8- War 117
  • 9- Death 133
  • Part 3- (Di) Earth 137
  • 1- From Water to Water 139
  • 2- Farm 143
  • 3- Fun with Animals 145
  • 4- Hunting 157
  • 5- Grain 161
  • Writing Exercise - Part 1 165
  • 1- The God of Heaven 167
  • 2- The King Who Is the Agent of Heaven 169
  • 3- Aristocrats Wear Horns 171
  • 4- The Religious Ceremony with Rice, Wine, Meat and Blood 173
  • 5- Animal Sacrifice for Religious Ceremonies 175
  • 6- Messengers of God- Bronze, and Bones 177
  • 7- The People from the Sun and the Stars 179
  • Writing Exercise - Part 2 181
  • 1- People 183
  • 2- Family Dynamics 185
  • 3- Body Parts 187
  • 4- House, Food, and Clothes 189
  • 5- Everyday Actions 191
  • 6- Knowledge & Learning 193
  • 7- Money & Partying 195
  • 8- War 197
  • 9- Death 199
  • Writing Exercise - Part 3 201
  • Di, Earth 203
  • 1- From Water to Water 205
  • 2- Farm 207
  • 3- Fun Chinese with Animals 209
  • 4- Hunting 211
  • 600- Basic Chinese Words 213
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