kǎn Water

Sounds same

kǎn (open box) kǎn

Different tone

kān (to print) kàn (look)

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nà that

Made up of [ fù place radical 163]

Origin

The righthand 'place' radical can be thought of as suggesting 'elsewhere'; 'other' and so 'that' in contrast to zhe this
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Eight Immortals

The Eight Immortals Ba xian are some of the best known and best loved folk deities in China. The disparate band of individuals are usually shown in a boat each holding an emblematic object: bottle gourd, fan, basket, bamboo tube, peach, sword, flute and castanets. They joined together to defeat the Dragon King.
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