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Create / Creation

China chuàng zào
Japan sou zou
Create / Creation Vertical Wall Scroll

The first character here means to create, genesis, or origin.
The second means to make or build.
Together they mean to create, to bring about, to produce or simply creative or creation.


China chuàng zào lì
Japan souzouryoku
Creativity Vertical Wall Scroll

Creativity is the power of imagination. It is discovering your own special talents. Daring to see things in new ways and find different ways to solve problems. With your creativity, you can bring something new into the world.

The first character means "to create" the second means "to make or build." Together they mean "creative." The third character means "strength." So altogether, these three characters are a word that means "strength of creativity" or sort of "creativity (is your) strength." This can also be translated as "ingenuity."

Creative / Creativity

China chuàng yì
Japan sou i
Creative /  Creativity Vertical Wall Scroll

創意 is creative or creativity in Chinese characters, old Korean Hanja, and Japanese Kanji. It can also refer to and original idea or originality.

Unbridled Creativity

China bù jū yī gé
Unbridled Creativity Vertical Wall Scroll

This Chinese proverb speaks of exploring different styles and not being stuck in conventional thinking. It can also be translated as "not sticking to one pattern" or "not limited to one type (or style)." The most simple translation is "being creative," or "unbridled creativity." Some may also say this means, "not being stuck in a rut," in the context of a designer or artist.

If you literally translate this, the first two characters mean, "not stick to," or "not confine oneself to."
The second two characters mean, "one mode," "one pattern," "one form," "one style," or "one rule."

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Mandarin chuàng zào / chuang4 zao4
Taiwan ch`uang tsao / chuang tsao
Japanese souzou / sozo / そうぞう
Chinese to create; to bring about; to produce; to set (a record)
Japanese (noun/participle) creation; (given name) Souzou


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Mandarin chéng jiù / cheng2 jiu4
Taiwan ch`eng chiu / cheng chiu
Japanese jouju / joju / じょうじゅ
Unbridled Creativity Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese accomplishment; success; achievement; CL:個|个[ge4]; to achieve (a result); to create; to bring about
Japanese (n,vs,n-suf) fulfillment; fulfilment; realization; realisation; completion; (given name) Jouju; (given name) Shigenari
siddhi: accomplishment, fulfillment, completion, to bring to perfection; achieved

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Mandarin chái / chai2
Taiwan ch`ai / chai
Japanese bara / ばら    tomogara / ともがら
Chinese a class; a company; companion
Japanese (suffix noun) suffixed to words indicating a class of people to create a plural (esp. in impolite contexts); comrade; fellow

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Mandarin chuàng / chuang4
Taiwan ch`uang / chuang
Chinese establish, create; knife cut

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Mandarin chuàng // chuāng / chuang4 // chuang1
Taiwan ch`uang / chuang
Japanese kizu / きず
Chinese to begin; to initiate; to inaugurate; to start; to create; a wound; cut; injury; trauma
Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings; (personal name) Motomu; (female given name) Hajime; (given name) Hajimu; (female given name) Tsukuru; (personal name) Souji; (female given name) Sou

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Mandarin zào / zao4
Taiwan tsao
Chinese see 羅唣|罗唣, to create a disturbance; to make trouble; to harass

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Mandarin zào / zao4
Taiwan tsao
Japanese raizou / raizo / らいぞう    tsukuru / つくる    tsukuri / つくり    zouzou / zozo / ぞうぞう    itaru / いたる
Chinese to make; to build; to manufacture; to invent; to fabricate; to go to; party (in a lawsuit or legal agreement); crop; classifier for crops
Japanese (given name) Raizou; (personal name) Tsukuru; (surname) Tsukuri; (personal name) Zouzou; (given name) Itaru
Create, make, build. Hurried, careless.


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Japanese kyuusei / kyuse / きゅうせい Japanese (See 陰陽道,一白・いっぱく・1,二黒・じこく,三碧・さんぺき,四緑・しろく,五黄・ごおう,六白・ろっぱく,七赤・しちせき,八白・はっぱく,九紫・きゅうし) nine traditional astrological signs in Onmyōdō, each corresponding to the year of a person's birth and used to create a horoscope; (surname) Kuboshi; (given name) Kyuusei



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Mandarin rén tóu / ren2 tou2
Taiwan jen t`ou / jen tou
Japanese hitogashira / ひとがしら    jintou;nintou / jinto;ninto / じんとう;にんとう
Chinese person; number of people; (per) capita; (a person's) head; (Tw) person whose identity is used by sb else (e.g. to create a bogus account)
Japanese (1) skull; cranium; (2) (See 人屋根) kanji "person" radical at top; (1) number of people; population; (2) (じんとう only) human head; (place-name) Hitogashira


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Japanese tsukuru / つくる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to make; to produce; to manufacture; to build; to construct; (2) to prepare (food term); to brew (alcohol); (3) to raise; to grow; to cultivate; to train; (4) to till; (5) to draw up (a document); to make out; to prepare; to write; (6) to create (an artistic work, etc.); to compose; (7) to coin (a phrase); to organize; to organise; to establish; to found; (8) to have (a child); (9) to make up (one's face, etc.); (10) to fabricate (an excuse, etc.); (11) to form (a line, etc.); (12) to set (a record); (13) to commit (a sin, etc.)


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Japanese sokuhitsu / そくひつ Japanese (See 直筆・ちょくひつ・1) painting with the body of a brush's bristles (to create a thicker line than possible with the tip)


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Japanese tsukuru / つくる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to make; to produce; to manufacture; to build; to construct; (2) to prepare (food term); to brew (alcohol); (3) to raise; to grow; to cultivate; to train; (4) to till; (5) to draw up (a document); to make out; to prepare; to write; (6) to create (an artistic work, etc.); to compose; (7) to coin (a phrase); to organize; to organise; to establish; to found; (8) to have (a child); (9) to make up (one's face, etc.); (10) to fabricate (an excuse, etc.); (11) to form (a line, etc.); (12) to set (a record); (13) to commit (a sin, etc.)



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Mandarin chuàng zuò / chuang4 zuo4
Taiwan ch`uang tso / chuang tso
Japanese sousaku / sosaku / そうさく
Chinese to create; to produce; to write; creative work; creation; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) creativity; creation; original work (novel, movie, etc.); (personal name) Sousaku



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Mandarin chuàng liàn / chuang4 lian4
Taiwan ch`uang lien / chuang lien
Chinese to form and train (a military unit); to create and practice (a martial art); to train oneself (by real-life experience)



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Mandarin chuàng zhì / chuang4 zhi4
Taiwan ch`uang chih / chuang chih
Japanese sousei / sose / そうせい
Chinese to create; to inaugurate; to contrive; to build (a mechanism)
Japanese (noun/participle) invention; origination; discovery



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Mandarin chuàng shè / chuang4 she4
Taiwan ch`uang she / chuang she
Japanese sousetsu / sosetsu / そうせつ
Chinese to establish; to found; to create (a good environment)
Japanese (noun/participle) establishment; founding; organization; organisation


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Mandarin huà zuò / hua4 zuo4
Taiwan hua tso
Japanese kesa
Chinese to change into; to turn into; to become
To transform (into), create, make; to create with supernormal power


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Mandarin tóng rén / tong2 ren2
Taiwan t`ung jen / tung jen
Japanese doujin(p);dounin / dojin(p);donin / どうじん(P);どうにん
Chinese people from the same workplace or profession; co-worker; colleague; pop culture enthusiasts who create fan fiction etc
Japanese (1) same person; (2) said person; the person in question; (3) coterie; clique; fraternity; kindred spirits; comrade; colleague; (4) (どうじん only) dōjin; doujin; Japanese fans or hobbyists who produce their owns magazines, manga, software, etc.


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Japanese dohitsu / どひつ    tsukuzukushi / つくづくし    tsukushi / つくし Japanese (1) fertile shoot of field horsetail; (2) wooden stick with a burned tip (used to create underdrawings); (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) fertile shoot of field horsetail; (gikun reading) fertile shoot of field horsetail; (surname, female given name) Tsukushi


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Mandarin sù zào / su4 zao4
Taiwan su tsao
Japanese sozou / sozo / そぞう
Chinese to model; to mold; (fig.) to create (a character, a market, an image etc); (literature) to portray (in words)
Japanese molding; moulding; modeling; modelling



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Mandarin dǎo zhì / dao3 zhi4
Taiwan tao chih
Chinese to lead to; to create; to cause; to bring about


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Mandarin dǎ zào / da3 zao4
Taiwan ta tsao
Chinese to create; to build; to develop; to forge (of metal)


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Japanese nuku / ぬく Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to pull out; to draw out; to extract; to unplug; to weed; (2) to omit; to leave out; to go without; to skip; (aux-v,v5k) (3) to do to the end; to carry through; (transitive verb) (4) to let out (e.g. air from a tyre); to drain (e.g. water from a bath); to empty; (5) to pick out; to choose; to select; to extract; (6) to pilfer; to steal; (7) to remove; to get rid of; to take out; (8) to pass; to overtake; to outstrip; to get ahead of; (9) (also written 貫く) to pierce; to break through; to go through; (10) to cut out (a shape); to create (a pattern) by dying the surrounding area; (11) to seize; to capture; to reduce; (12) to scoop (a story); (13) to take out (an opponent's stones; in go); (Godan verb with "ku" ending) (14) (slang) (vulgar) to masturbate (of a male); to ejaculate (while masturbating); (15) (slang) to take (a photo); to record (video)


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Mandarin ná niē / na2 nie1
Taiwan na nieh
Chinese to grasp; (dialect) affecting shyness; coy; to create difficulties



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Mandarin rǎo rǎng / rao3 rang3
Taiwan jao jang
Chinese bustling; to create trouble; to disturb


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Mandarin fàng huǒ / fang4 huo3
Taiwan fang huo
Japanese houka / hoka / ほうか
Chinese to set on fire; to commit arson; to create a disturbance
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) arson; setting fire



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Mandarin yùn rǎn / yun4 ran3
Taiwan yün jan
Chinese to smudge (become smeared); to smudge (create a blurred effect); shading (wash painting technique)


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Japanese kamau / かまう Japanese (Godan verb with "u" ending) (1) (See 構わない) to mind; to care about; to be concerned about; to have a regard for; (v5u,vi) (2) to be an issue; to matter; to create inconvenience; (Godan verb with "u" ending) (3) (kana only) to keep company; to care for; to look after; to entertain; to pay attention to; to spend time with; (v5u,vi) (4) to interfere with; to meddle in; (transitive verb) (5) to tease; (6) (archaism) to banish; to prohibit



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Mandarin shù lì / shu4 li4
Taiwan shu li
Japanese juritsu / じゅりつ
Chinese to set up; to establish
Japanese (noun/participle) establish; create; (female given name) Kodachi


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Mandarin zī shēng / zi1 sheng1
Taiwan tzu sheng
Japanese shigemi / しげみ    shigefu / しげふ    shigeo / しげお
Chinese to breed; to flourish; to cause; to provoke; to create
Japanese (female given name) Shigemi; (given name) Shigefu; (male given name) Shigeo

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Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
sou zou / souzou / so zo / sozochuàng zào
chuang4 zao4
chuang zao
ch`uang tsao
chuang tsao
chuàng zào lì
chuang4 zao4 li4
chuang zao li
ch`uang tsao li
chuang tsao li
sou i / soui / so i / soichuàng yì
chuang4 yi4
chuang yi
ch`uang i
chuang i
Unbridled Creativity不拘一格bù jū yī gé
bu4 ju1 yi1 ge2
bu ju yi ge
pu chü i ko
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.

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