Talk:Traditional Chinese

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Just so you guys know… Traditional Chinese does not equal to Kanji. Kanji is simplified Chinese (NOTE: LOWER-CASE S IN SIMPLIFIED) that was sanctioned by the Japanese government. Kanji also does not equal to Simplified Chinese, which was sanctioned by the PRC. And, from what I know, Hanja in Korean is virtually identical to Traditional Chinese. (Hanja are used rarely in everyday Korean writing except for names and to distinguish ambiguous homonyms.) That’s why I've changed the last sentence of the article. --私は苟不教,性乃遷。 03:22, 29 June 2008 (EDT)