The word "creation" or "to create" is built from 4 signs - dust, breath (or mouth), alive and walking - the first three of which, placed together, mean "to talk".
In Genesis, the first man – Adam - was made out of the dust of the earth. God breathed with His mouth the breath of life into Adam's nostrils, and Adam became a living soul able to talk and walk.
The "garden" character is made from the sign "enclosure", divided in four parts.
In Genesis, the Garden of Eden had four rivers: Pishon, Gihon, Hiddekel, and Euphrates.
The character meaning "to warn" or "forbidden" consists of two characters for "tree" and one for "God".
In Genesis, God had forbidden Adam and Eve to eat from the Tree of Life.
The character for "desire" or "covet" is formed of two trees on top and the character for "woman" below.
Compare this with Genesis 3:6 where the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it.
The character for "beginning" is made from "woman", "secretly" and "mouth" (also meaning "to eat").
This seems to reflect the beginning of original sin after Eve ate the forbidden fruit.
The character for "devil" is built from "alive" or "moving", "garden", "man", and "privately" or "secretly". So we find a secret man alive in the garden: the devil!
The character for "boat" is built from three signs: a vessel, eight and people. So eight people in a vessel makes a boat.
This is symbolic of the eight passengers on Noah’s Ark who survived the Great Flood.
According to the biblical account, a united humanity, speaking a single language, existed after the Great Flood, which wandered for many years and eventually settled in the land of Shinar. When the people wanted to build a tower that reached into God’s sphere of heaven, effectively to ‘challenge heaven’, God was greatly offended. He decided to confuse them and they started to speak different languages. Unable to communicate with each other, they scattered around the world.
The people who climbed the mountains to the east and eventually settled when they reached the sea became the great nation of China. They took with them the pictorial language which had been in use until the time of Babel. They also took with them the knowledge of the events in Genesis 1-11. This was before Moses wrote them down centuries later. This shows that the Bible is not a Jewish invention but based on reality.
The people who first arrived in China believed in one God. It was only after Confucius and Buddha that they got involved in idolatry.