jì border; edge; boundary

Made up of [ 'left ear'; 'right of mound' radical 170, shì to show; to reveal radical 113]

Note

A mound and altar suggesting an important place

Related characters


Using : líng (mound) xiǎn (danger) suí (Sui) yuàn (courtyard) á (what?) zǔ (to hinder) fáng (to protect)

Sounds same

jì (already) jì (season) jì (snout) jì (order) jì (to record) jì (skill)

Different tone

jī (starve) jī (fowl) jī (machine) jí (lucky) jí (and) jǐ (how many) jǐ (self)

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le 'completed'


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Martial arts

The martial arts are one of China's most familiar cultural exports. They are well represented in many action films from China and Hong Kong. Some forms of martial art were further developed in Japan and are now known by the Japanese names: karate, judo and taekwando. The most widespread and gentler form is Taichi or more correctly Taijiquan, the system of movements builds muscle tone and improves posture and breathing. Many Chinese use Tai Chi as their daily morning exercise.
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