Tian at Hanzismatter always manages to find good stuff. But this time, with the help of Alan Siegrist, he’s outdone himself. I’ve got tears streaming down my face because I’ve been laughing so hard at the font of random characters and so-called radicals that some people have apparently been mistaking for a phonetic guide to Chinese characters.
My title for this entry is in reference to the character given when the letter Z is typed: 氯. This is lǜ, which means “chlorine.”