This guide provides users with different types of Chinese-English, English-Chinese, and Chinese-Chinese dictionaries according to the way you access them. Links to online and mobile dictionaries apps are also included.
Call Number: PL1455 .Y83 2009 East Asian Reference
Traditional Chinese characters. Characters are arranged by Hanyu Pinyin. Each character has stoke order diagrams, Zhuyin Fuhao (Mandarin Phonetic Symbols), radical stroke count, commonly used terms, phrases, and idioms with English translation.
Call Number: PL1171 .M28 2007 East Asian Reference
Dictionary designed for beginning level students of Chinese to learn and remember Chinese characters and their pronunciation. Explains how Chinese characters are written, with stroke order diagrams for each character. Integrates illustrations,stories and mnemonics to aid learning. Teaches the 800 fundamental Chinese characters on the HSK Level A exam. Shows simplified and traditional characters.
Basic meanings and examples of use are given in English and pinyin, and each entry also includes information on radicals, number of strokes, stroke order, structural classification and the diagrammatic form of each character.