hù door

Note

A picture of a door on a hinge
Number of strokes 4

Radical

Index 63 used in: suǒ (actually)

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Sounds same

hù (door)

Different tone

hū (at) hū (tiger) hú (lake) hǔ (tiger)
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stroke order for 戶
Stroke order for character 戶, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

Japan's ally

It is little known that Britain (U.K.) was Japan's important ally during the period 1890-1920. The support for the Japanese was a strategic decision to keep Russia out of northern China. Britain directly 'ruled' central China with Shanghai as its main city but it did not have the resources to impose conrtol over Manchuria. As Russia's control of Manchuria was growing rapidly Britain turned to Japan as an ally. It was not until Japan's expansionist plans became clear in the 1920s that Britain distanced itself from Japan.
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Traditional Chinese Opera was the entertainment of all Chinese over many centuries. A long evening performance contains elements of drama, music, comedy, acrobatics and martial arts. Each region has its own distinctive form. Over time complex movements have been given specific meanings as a very sparse set is used open on three sides. The art form has inspired many Western composers to emulate the style.
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