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Do Chinese history have in common with Japanese history?

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Connect this to the historical fact that towards the end of the last ice-age there was a land bridge between Korea and Japan, and it seems fairly obvious that .... read more

The Chinese and Japanese languages are different. The main influence is the presence of kanjis in written Japanese. A kanji is a Chinese character. Usually, the kanji will mean the same thing (at least approximately) but it will have a completely different name. Other than loan words, Japanese did not "follow" Chinese. read more

Kanji, the symbol characters in Japan have a lot in common to the Chinese characters, and can actually be the common link between a Chinese and a Japanese, who do not understand each other's language. read more

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