In Chinese Surname culture, Hundred Surnames is an elementary teaching material that has been prevailing and circulating for the longest time. Compiled by a scholar from Qiantang (Hangzhou) in the early Northern Song Dynasty, this book developed common surnames into “four-character” verse, similar to a four-word poem, which makes reading more smoothly, and it is easy to learn and remember, even though it is devoid of unity and coherence in writing.
This software is based on Hundred Surnames, including:
1, Automatically reading the full text or reading in section;
Reading by male voice or female voice;
2, 58 stories about historical figures, including surname’s origin and totem illustration;
3, 19 concise riddles, with the Chinese surname as the answer;
This software is designed for the purpose of learning Chinese and understanding Eastern history and culture, suitable for those Chinese and foreign friends who are interested in Chinese and Chinese culture.