Han-character(also, called Chinese Character) one of the main characters in the world. In addition to China, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, the language used in the world's only ideogram. Before the 20th century, Han-characters were the only communicative propositions in East Asia. They continued to be used in various regions and countries after the 20th century. The Importance of Han- Character Education, no need mention in language learning how importantant learining Han-characters. The sharing and variations of Han Character is a unique feature among a number of Asian languages. Korean learns Hanja, Japanese learns Kanji, Chinese in Mainland China and Singapore learns simplified Hanzi while Chinese in Taiwan and Hong Kong learns traditional Hanzi. This Conference aims to bring together scholars, researchers and practitioners from different Asian countries to foster international knowledge exchanges and research collaborations on Han characters education and research.
Study of Han-character 漢字學
Study of Han-character education(incluede Vocabulary education) 漢字教育(包含詞彙教育)
Study of Han-character written language education 文言文教育
Journal of IHER(International Han-charater education research) is a biannual journal((May,November) published by Published by following agencies jointly published.
-中國 北京師範大學 民俗典籍文字研究中心
-香港 香港大學 中文教育研究中心
-韓國 檀國大學 漢文教育研究所
-韓國 高麗大學校 漢字漢文硏究所
-臺灣 高雄師範大學 華語文教學研究所
-臺灣 高雄師範大學 國文系
-臺灣 文藻外語大學 應用華語文系暨華語文教學研究所
出版單位：韓國 檀國大學 漢文教育研究所
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