CORRECTION: It's actually sort of unclear whether or not there are polysyllabic Chinese words represented by one character. The real reason Chinese is considered a logography is that they have a whole lot of homophones, and those homophones are always distinguished with different characters. This means that Chinese can't be a syllabary because it has lots of syllables represented by different characters depending on the meaning in that context.
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. . . does anyone else think my intonation sounds weird in this video? I almost re-recorded the whole thing. Anyway, I'll try to make it sound more natural in later videos.
Into song: "Pink Clouds and Sticky Rain" by Cloud Nova
Outro song: Wonderbolt by dBPony feat. Prince