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hanja

Han characters
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Buddhism and the Chinese language and Hanja (the Korean term for Chinese characters) arrived in the peninsula in 372 AD.
North Korea stopped using Chinese characters (hanja) to supplement the Korean alphabet (han 'gul) in 1949, only to see Kim Il-sung reintroduce hanja in schools and colleges in the 1960s.
Agents: Rudi Hanja, Siim Hanja, Brown Harris Stevens; Chris Danuser, Dean Moodie, Charles Rutenberg LLC.
For example, reading PhonoS such as English, Japanese Kana, and Korean Hangul converts grapheme into phoneme as a type of assembled phonology, whereas reading LogoS such as Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and Korean Hanja only retrieves phonology from an internal lexicon as a type of addressed phonology [3,4].
"We have determined that the deaths were not caused by pesticides commonly known to be toxic to wildlife and not likely caused by compounds reported in wheat seed planted in an agricultural field," Hanja said.
I've lost a lot of it, but as I grew up I was reading newspapers in Korean Hangul and Sinitic Hanja script every day.
Taegyo singi, a hanja (Chinese) text written by Sajugang Lee (1738-1821), is a theoretical treatise and manual that deals with "Taegyo, a set of traditional beliefs and regulations regarding prenatal development." The motive for writing was that there was not yet any detailed literature about Taegyo.
(154) Hanja Eurich, Factors of Success in UN Mission Communication Strategies in Post-Conflict Settings: A Critical Assessment of the UN Missions in East Timor and Nepal (Logos Verlag 2010) 138.
Kodae kugo ohwi p'yogi hanja ui chabyol yongnye yon'gu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Seoul: Soul Taehakkyo Ch'ulp'anbu.
While the Japanese kanji, Chinese hanzi and Korean hanja characters share historical derivation, the typefaces have typically been individually created to support each language, with separate sets for traditional and simplified Chinese.