I have seen this site, and actually contributed a few pics which are probably on their archives somewhere.<br><br>By the way biggerfoot:<br><br>If you see just straight complicated characters, it is Chinese.<br>Like so: 高所恐怖所<br><br>If you see complicated characters followed by much simpler characters, it is Japanese<br>Like so: 創造します<br><br>Probably not so easy an explanation if you haven't studied it some I guess.<br><br>Most of the other Asian languages that used to use Chinese characters for their languages (regardless of how cumbersome this was for some of them) have now stopped doing so. Vietnamese for example is written in roman letters.<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
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