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Published on Apr 16, 2011
Just some advice from a person who has had to learn Kanji one character at a time. I have gotten where I am today without having the advantages of being brought up in a country where Kanji is used. I was once told by a fellow Japanese learner that I have a 'super brain' - that is absolutely not the case.
In short, anyone can become good at reading and writing Kanji by investing a lot of time and effort, as well as by employing effective study methods.