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How to Write HSK Chinese Characters? 3000 Flash Chinese Writing Cartoons Released!

March 23rd, 2010 - by Huang Jason

After a week development, we finally moved the Chinese characters writing cartoon from desktop to flash (swf) . And it will make more people to use them.

The first batch of these characters are about 3000 characters from HSK Test. Soon we will upload all of them, and you will see them on the left sidebar in every pages on this website.

Here is a sample of these flash cartoons for learning Chinese writing.

All of the flash cartoons were generated from a program automatically.  Anyone interested on them are welcome to use or distribute them on your website or program. And you should  keep the source link and copyright info of our site.

If you have any suggestion please write it down in the comment.


22 Responses to “How to Write HSK Chinese Characters? 3000 Flash Chinese Writing Cartoons Released!”

  1. Mark Painter says:

    After a little looking around, it is still not clear to me how to create a link for a specific flash cartoon. I have been building my own site for studying the structure of the characters used in the HSK (http://huamake.com/web2_0.htm) and I think it would be very nice to add link to the character cartoon of each specific character. Is this possible? permitted? If so, how do you recommend?

  2. Huang Jason says:

    Hi, It just came out days ago, Ok, It will soon be possible. I will give you a message, when it done.

  3. Huang Jason says:

    To get specified Chinese character animation. Try this:

    (Use UTF-8 url Encoding for the a HSK Chinese character.)

  4. Mark Painter says:

    Hmmm? I tried a few variations on http://www.words-chinese.com/character-flash-animation?qstr=%u6BCD (母)It always seems to generate a random character. What is my mistake? Can you give a working example? Thanks.

  5. Huang Jason says:

    母->should be %E6%AF%8D
    Check This:

    You should use php urlencode for utf8 characters. You could get this encoding character from the link from the dictionary search on our site.

  6. Mark Painter says:

    Ok, got it. Thanks a lot!

  7. Mark Painter says:

    Ok, I have a link on my Web site that is working to show the user how to draw the current character. It seems to be working well.
    I hope you don’t mind a suggestion: If there were a link from the character-flash-animation page back to your main site, a user that found your site from the link on mine could explore all of your site’s benefits.
    Anyway, I think the animations are really cool and I will get a lot out of them.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Good dispatch and this enter helped me a lot in my college assignement. Say thank you you on your information.

  9. Paul says:

    Along with the words is pronunciation available? Thanks. Keep up the good work.

  10. Anonymous says:



    When I open the page, there is only one box with the animation. Can I somehow type in my word and get the animation of that specific character? I can’t see any other link on the page.


    And you did such a good job here.


  11. Fernando says:

    Hi Jason
    Any chance we can get the animated characters as GIFs instead of a flash application?


  12. Roberto Garmondyu Reeves says:

    Thanks for the innovative creation. It is a great help in succeeding in chinese language learning but I will like to suggest that a downloadable one be created. thanks once more.

  13. KEI says:

    Hello there! I am a Chinese teacher and I find your character animations very useful. The strokes are clearly demonstrated, which is much better than other animations available online.

    One question here:

    Is it possible that you can make a tutorial session to teach us how to do it? I really wanna make some words on my own. (other than the 3000 characters that you provided).

    Thanks a lot! Kindly email me if you have any suggestions.

  14. Huang Jason says:

    These flash are generated by my program, not like drawing. Not necessary and not possible to hand make. Complicated character (other than the 3000 ) have stroke order problem which need more effort.

  15. Eurico Zimbres says:

    I have a big doubt about the character 万. To me the order generated by your program isn’t the same that I know. Actually I think that isn’t confortable to write the pié stroke at last in this case

  16. Huang Jason says:

    Although the teacher told us to write as so, there are many people writing in a different order.

  17. pooh says:

    hey,,,i searched many place inorder to get a chinese scrip for my own word,,
    but i could not find any where…..
    so any one can help me inorder to get this word.
    you can mail me @
    poovaiah26 AT gmail.com

    the word m searching for is “DEEPANKI”

  18. dunya......... says:

    ni hao……… i love HSK. course it helps the beginners to learn Chinese characters. Chinese is an awesome language.

  19. Mae says:

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  21. Tam says:

    Is there a way I can search from english to find the chinese character? With thanks -for your fascinating site – Tam

  22. Huang Jason says:

    Use the dictionary in our website…

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