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Free Chinese Characters Chinese Character Level 1 tutorial, What are the Chinese characters called? Chinese characters, also called Hanzi (simplified Chinese: 汉字; traditional Chinese: 漢字; pinyin: Hànzì; lit. 'Han characters'), are logograms developed for the writing of Chinese.How many letters are in the Chinese alphabet? In English we have 26 letters in the alphabet, in Russian we have 33 in the Cyrillic alphabet, but… There is no such thing as the Chinese Alphabet.How many Chinese characters are there? How many characters are there? Altogether there are over 50,000 characters, though a comprehensive modern dictionary will rarely list over 20,000 in use. An educated Chinese person will know about 8,000 characters, but you will only need about 2-3,000 to be able to read a newspaper.How many simplified Chinese characters are there? 8,105 The new Table of General Standard Chinese Characters consisting of 8,105 (simplified and unchanged) characters was officially implemented for use by the State Council of the People's Republic of China on June 5, 2013.Do Chinese write up and down? Traditionally, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean are written vertically in columns going from top to bottom and ordered from right to left, with each new column starting to the left of the preceding one.Does Chinese write left to right? Ideographic languages (e.g. Japanese, Korean, Chinese) are more flexible in their writing direction. They are generally written left-to-right, or vertically top-to-bottom (with the vertical lines proceeding from right to left). However, they are occasionally written right to left.