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tetsunihon
Jun 21, 2008, 11:19
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hello guys its been along time since i been on here. As i need alittle help from anyone who knows chinese kanji. i need the taichiquan translations of the Szu-Hsaing symbols. I am combining both chinese and japanese martial art philosphy into my manga art that you will see posted on the manga section of this site.
here are the words i need translated into chinese kanji:
T'ai Yang (Greater Yang), Shao Yin (Lesser Yin), Shao Yang (Lesser Yang), and T'ai Yin (Greater Yin)
thank you.

ChineseJapanese
Jun 21, 2008, 23:17
Tetsunihon-san, Here you go:

T'ai Yang (Greater Yang) z
Shao Yin (Lesser Yin) A
Shao Yang (Lesser Yang) z
T'ai Yin (Greater Yin) A

tetsunihon
Jun 22, 2008, 01:50
thank you. i wanted to be sure what i wrote down years ago in the library was correct. i was in a rush from work and quickly wrote down the chinese kanji. but my handwriting was sloppy due to my rushing state.

really i am converting the philosophies into powers for a mixture of chinese and japanese fighting styles. each of my characters will have a knowledge of both styles and mix them when fighting. thier powers will emitt kanji based on the symbols of i-ching or the 5 elements.

im working on a manga image now that is with a japanese female who is using the powers of i-ching.