quǎn dog

Note

The abbrieviated form is often used as the radical in many dog-like creatures
Number of strokes 3

Radical

Index 94 used in: shī (lion) ; māo (cat) ; gǒu (dog) ; zhū (hog)

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Sounds same

quǎn (dog)

Different tone

quán (all) quán (spring)
Full character form of this simplified radical: quǎn

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stroke order for 犭
Stroke order for character 犭, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

Chinese chess

The Chinese game of chess is rather different to the version used in the West. The Chinese version is generally considered older and because of the lack of a 'queen' (a relatively recent addition) and the strange rules for the 'cannon' make it just as challenging a game.
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