wéi proud; enclosure; upright

Note

A large box gives picture of a square area. The other character part is written inside the box.
Number of strokes: 3

Radical

Index 31 used in: used in: gù (hard) ; guó (country) ; huí (to circle) ; miàn (face) ; sì (four) ; yuán (park) ; zhōng (centre)

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Sounds same

wéi (to preserve)

Different tone

wèi (do) wèi (not yet) wèi (position)

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

After China's defeat in the Opium Wars it is amazing that China then chose to buy a naval force from its enemy Britain. Although boats were duly made China refused to take delivery of them and Anglo-Chinese relations went into a further decline.
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