shàng still; yet; to value

Made up of [ xiǎo small; young radical 42, jiōng covering box radical 13, kǒu mouth radical 30]
Number of strokes 8

Related characters


Using xiǎo : shǎo (less) dāng (to be) sūn (grandson)
Using jiōng : lì (beautiful) gāng (ridge) jiàn (see)
Using kǒu : yòu (right) hé (together) wèn (ask) jiào (called) yǔ (language) shǐ (history) zhī (one) chī (to eat) fú (good fortune) fù (rich) gǔ (ancient) hēng (prosperous) huò (maybe) jiù (fault) jūn (monarch) kě (can) mìng (life) rú (as) shì (matter) suī (although) tái (typhoon) xǐ (to be fond of) zhī (to know) zhōu (surname Zhou) zú (foot) hào (name) gōng (palace) jù (sentence) mǎ (?) yuē (to speak) gǒu (dog) hé (to close) jí (lucky) lìng (other) bā (supposition or suggestion) xiōng (elder brother) hāi (sound of sighing) míng (name) gào (to tell) zhān (to observe) hòu (behind) táng (Tang) gè (each) chàng (to sing) tīng (to listen) hē (drink) yǎo (to bite) ne (and you?) chuán (boat) huí (to circle)

Sounds same

shàng (up)

Different tone

shǎng (to hand down)

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Pronunciation

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People

杨尚昆 Yang Shangkun

Proverbs

一个和尚挑水喝,两个和尚抬水喝,三个和尚没水喝 yī gè hé shang tiāo shuǐ hē, liǎng gè hé shang tái shuǐ hē, sān ge hé shang méi shuǐ hē Sometimes work is best done alone, a group may procrastinate without achieving anything

Military might

China has by far the largest number of people engaged in military service 2,285,000 in 2012. However due to China's huge population this works out to a very modest proportion of expenditure, in fact below the world average. China is moving to move to high tech military equipment and away from a huge number of personnel.
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Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama, the religious leader of Tibet lives in exile at Dharamshala in Northern India, just 124 miles [200 kms] from Tibet. He is the leader of the Yellow hat school of Tantric strand of Buddhism. He fled Tibet in 1959 following reprisals after a revolt against Chinese rule in Tibet. Tenzin Gyatso the 14th incarnation of the Lama has stated he may be the last.
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