Answers the need for an easy-to-use kanji dictionary that is compact enough to be easily carried around, yet detailed enough to satisfy the practical needs of the serious learner.
Jack Halpern is the CEO of The CJK Dictionary Institute (CJKI) in Japan. The institute is one of the world's prime sources for CJK (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) dictionaries, and specializes in compiling comprehensive CJK and Arabic lexical databases. A lexicographer by profession, Halpern spent more than twenty years compiling this dictionary and its predecessor, the New Japanese-English Character Dictionary.
"Unrivaled in terms of both quantity and quality . . . this dictionary will satisfy the needs of kanji learners the world over." --Shigeko Miyazaki, Chair of the Board, Association for Japanese-Language Teaching (AJALT)
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