yì city; village

Note

Picture of an enclosure with person kneeling hence a city or district. Often seen as radical 阝 to represent place.
Number of strokes 7

Sounds same

yì (easy) 亿 yì (100,000,000) yì (justice) yì (also) yì (catch) yì (skill) yì (to recollect) yì (idea) yì (different)

Different tone

yī (one) yī (doctor) yī (clothes) yī (clothes) yí (proper) yǐ (hidden) yǐ (to use) yǐ (chair) yǐ (already)

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stroke order for 邑
Stroke order for character 邑, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license
Chinese proverb

Proverb

Jīn zhāo yǒu jiǔ jīn zhāo zuì [jin zhao you jiu jin zhao zui]
now palace have wine, now palace drunk
When have wine all will get drunk
Take advantage of good fortune while it is around
All the tea in China

All the tea in China

Culture

Tea originates from China, it has been drunk there for thousands of years. Our description of tea covers the history, preparation, growing and appreciation of tea over the centuries.
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