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From:1934, (Lu Xun) ?? (Han character and its Latinization)
Bùcuò, hànzì shì g?dài chuán xiàlái de b?obèi, dàn w?men de z?xi?n, b? hànzì hái yào g?, su?y? w?men gèng shì g?dài chuán xiàlái de b?obèi. Wéi hànzì ér x?sh?ng w?men, háishì wéi w?men ér x?sh?ng hànzì ne?[Pinyin]
Yes, Chinese characters are a treasure passed down from antiquity, but our ancestors are even more ancient, so we are more so a treasure passed down from antiquity. Will we sacrifice Chinese characters for our sake, or will we sacrifice ourselves for the sake of Chinese characters?
Literally meaning "Chinese character", kanji are ideographic or logographic characters used in Japan, mostly borrowed directly from Chinese. This includes some characters created in Japan from originally Chinese elements ((kokuji)), and other characters that were modified over time into distinctly Japanese forms ((shinjitai)). Contrast with (kana), uniquely Japanese phonetic characters derived either from cursive forms of kanji ((hiragana)) or from specific parts of kanji ((katakana)).