泽 zé pool; pond; damp
Made up of [氵 shuǐ
NoteThe 'water' radical gives the association with water, the second part gives the phonetic 'ze'
Using 氵 shuǐ
: 酒 jiǔ (wine) 海 hǎi (sea) 法 fǎ (law) 满 mǎn (to fill) 治 zhì (to rule) 浅 qiǎn (shallow) 汗 hàn (perspiration) 没 méi (have not) 清 qīng (clear) 泡 pào (bubble) 洪 hóng (flood) 港 gǎng (harbor) 汽 qì (steam)
Stroke order for character 泽, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license ➚
毛泽东 Mao Zedong
江泽民 Jiang Zemin
焚林而畋,竭泽而渔 fén lín ěr tián, jié zé ěr yú
Ignore the obvious consequences
All about the exploitation of China by foreign powers from the Ming dynasty
to the foundation of the PRC in 1949. The establishment of foreign enclaves within most Chinese cities one hundred years ago led to many frictions with the foreign powers, particularly Britain. The treaty port
system forcibly opened up cities to foreign trade in lat Qing dyansty China.
The lotus is an emblem with strong Buddhist links. As the plant grows in mud and muck and yet produces a pure white flower it is considered a metaphor for favorable transformation.
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