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CloudDrakken Re:Everyday, since I am learning kanji (160 comments)

I recommend Heisig's 'Remembering the Kanji' as a solid introduction into methodically breaking down the characters. By focusing on pieces-parts ("radicals") that are common between characters, you can create stories and mental pictures that help you recall what the character means. After that, learning the readings is significantly easier.

There is a website community that complements the philosophy of the book as well:

Remembering the Kanji:

[romaji] Gambare! Renshuu de nan de mo dekiru zo! [/romaji]

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CloudDrakken internet shares info all over? (326 comments)

why not just aggregate from already, this article is a day old :|

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CloudDrakken CloudDrakken writes  |  more than 9 years ago Fat deadbeat loser?
Well, sir, while I may not agree with what you say, I'll defend to the death your right to say it.

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