Whereas Japanese is a SOV (subject, object, verb) language, Chinese is an SVO (subject-verb-object) language. Japanese grammar is a little more complex than Chinese grammar. For example, in Japanese, they often combine verbs and adjectives. And while Chinese doesn't have conjugations, Japanese does.
Although both Japanese and Chinese people are quite polite, Japanese society emphasizes manners and social hierarchy more than Chinese. One of the main differences between the faces of the Japanese and the Chinese is their complexion. Although most of them appear to have a similar white or red complexion, Japanese people living in northern Japan have a pale complexion on their faces. In addition, the minority Aomoni and Hokkoido tribes have pale skin on their faces, which is largely attributed to the weather conditions in northern Japan, which is cold all year round.
On the other hand, the Chinese have a mixed complexion due to the differences between the tribes of the Han Dynasty and the mixed marriages between these tribes. However, the majority of the Chinese population has a white complexion. Pandanese is an online language platform that helps users master Mandarin mnemonics with fun flashcards in Chinese and a learning method by spaced repetition. However, there are many notable differences between Japanese and Chinese cuisine in terms of ingredients, cooking methods and flavors.
By contrast, China has a single alphabet, but many different languages that use the same alphabet (just as there are numerous languages that use the Latin alphabet). It's easy to spot a Chinese person just by the appearance of their eyes, especially for people who have constantly interacted with Chinese people. The similarity between Chinese and Japanese people is so profound that one can refer to a Japanese person as a Chinese citizen and vice versa. China is a country with around 55 different ethnic groups, each with its own very distinctive characteristics.
The Chinese wear a smoky look and red lipstick and can be easily identified among the different tribes in Asia. On the other hand, Chinese has several vowel sounds depending on the position of a vowel in a word and the tone in which it is said. In addition, Chinese cuisine is often fried and mixed with rice, vegetables, eggs and sauce. So if you see a group of Asians laughing, talking and answering their phones aloud, it's likely that they're Chinese.
Each of the cards has a hanzi, a pinyin, their meaning and a fun story to help you better remember the Chinese vocabulary.