Counting for Mutants

Whoever designed this textbook page on counting in Chinese has a sense of humor, or they just didn't want to draw two hands for each number. Link

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@antoine It's Chinese. Japanese Kanji uses the same characters, of course, but there is Chinese pinyin next to the characters for pronunciation. yi-er-san rather than yichi-ni-whatever.
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