Small Seal Script (Chinese: 小篆, xiǎozhuàn) or Qin Script (秦篆, Qínzhuàn), is an archaic form of Chinese calligraphy. It was standardized and promulgated as a national standard by the government of Qin Shi Huang , the founder of the Chinese Qin dynasty .
A script that has been thus formalized is known as a bastard script (whereas a bookhand that has had cursive elements fused onto it is known as a hybrid script). The advantage of such a script was that it could be written more quickly than a pure bookhand; it thus recommended itself to scribes in a period when demand for books was increasing ...
Then, as the written language began to take standardized form, it evolved into “seal” script, so named because it remained the script type used on personal seals. By the later Han dynasty (second century A.D.), a new regularized form of script known as lishu or “clerical” script, used by government clerks, appeared.
Feb 05, 2020 · Cassie advises, “As part of protocol, I have a sheet with a script written out so I can clearly state what the employee’s legal rights are. Alternatively, you can print it out and hand it over for the employee to read themselves.