Aussie-Sino Studies

2017, (3) P49-P53

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On the Influence of Writing of Qin Bamboo Slips on the Configuration of Chinese Characters During Li-character Evolution

Chen Shuangxin 1 & Dong Yue 2 3

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Li-character evolution is an important turning point in the evolution of the ancient and modern characters. Qin Bamboo Slips inherits Oracle and Bronze Inscriptions are the source of the mainstream of the Chinese characters. Therefore, this paper mainly studies the evolution track of the handwritten ink Chinese characters written by Qin bamboo. The study found that the following six factors affect the strength of the penmanship and the shape of the Chinese characters, then further affect the configuration of Chinese characters: ① The pause in ink writing is enhanced and preserved to produce a new stroke.②Extend the horizontal strokes of seal character, shorten the vertical strokes, turn curve strokes into straight strokes and corning stokes increase.③ Change broken strokes into connection strokes to simply character pattern.④ Drag the pen or exit to cause a stroke change.⑤ Add the redundant strokes for the beauty of the characters.⑥ Erroneous transformation caused by writing leads to the changes of the strength of characters.

关键词(KeyWords): Chinese characters, Qin Bamboo Slips, Li-character evolution, configuration, strokes in writing

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作者(Author): Chen Shuangxin 1 & Dong Yue 2 3

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