wǎng net

Note

Picture of a net
Number of strokes 5

Radical

Index 122 used in: shǔ (office) ; zhì (to install)

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Sounds same

wǎng (monarch)

Different tone

wāng (lame) wáng (to die)

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

kāi begin; open

Made up of [ gǒng two hands radical 55]

Origin

Simplified picture of a barred gateway, originally had two hands lifting the bar to open the gate
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Sun Yatsen in London

Sun Yatsen's revolutionary work soon brought him to the attention of the Qing authorities. In 1896 while visiting London he was kidnapped and held at the Chinese Chargé d'affaires. Strong public support in the British newspapers and the efforts of Sun's former teacher James Cantlie led to his release 12 days later.
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