biān to exist; to deposit; to store

Made up of [ child; sage; seed radical 39]
Number of strokes: 6

Related characters


Also uses component: hái (child) hǎo (good) hēng (prosperous) jì (season) kǒng (great) lǐ (plum) sūn (grandson) xiào (filial piety or obedience) xué (study) zì (letter)

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biān (side)

< Previous biān Next bié >

Proverbs

皮之不存毛将焉附 pí zhī bù cún maó jiāng yān fù Everything needs its proper environment for nurture
Chinese proverb

Proverb

欲熏
Lì yù xūn xīn [li yu xun xin]
sharp desire fogs heart
Strong ambition veils true feeling
To be obsessed with the desire for success at the expense of happiness
China's name

China's name

Culture

Why do we call the country of China 'China'? It is not the name used by the Chinese people themselves. In fact there are a number of names used in the 'Middle Kingdom' that reflect the country's rich cultural and historic heritage.
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