People often think that Chinese characters are extremely difficult to learn. But the truth is that once you begin to study Chinese, we discover they are not as complicated as it seemed. Indeed, without a doubt, is one of the most fascinating writing systems, beautiful, logical, and scientists worldwide. Each stroke has its own meaning.Once familiar with the principles governing its composition, it is the easiest to remember even the most complicated of the characters, and not forgetting a single stroke. The earliest known examples of Chinese characters written in expanded form are recorded on tortoise shells and ox bones. Most of these are ideograms.According to the findings of archaeologists and experts in epigraphy from various countries, most early writing systems, pictographic went through a stage, such as Egyptian hieroglyphics. Most writing systems, however, eventually developed a phonetic alphabet to represent sounds of spoken language which replaces the visual images from the perception of the physical world. Chinese is the only major writing systems of the world that remained as the basic unit of the pictogram and which is still in widespread use. But not all Chinese characters are representations of concrete objects impressionistic character.The Chinese characters together sound, meaning and visual image into a set adhesive. According to the traditional etymology, there are six different methods of composition and use of characters.