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    This character refers to love. 爱而不见 搔首踟蹰 ài ér bú xiàn sāo shǒu chí chú Ai and xian are used …
  • Cold
    This character is often used as an adjective with a meaning of “cold, poor or desolate.” 人问寒山道 rén wèn hán shān dào…
  • Sea
    This character usually refers to the water surrounding continents and islands. It is also used as an adjective, meaning a large amount of something. 海内存知己 h…
  • Book
    This character usually refers to a book, a document or a letter. As a verb, shu means to write. 临池学书 池水尽墨 lín chí xué shū ch&iacu…
  • Child
    This character usually refers to a child between the stages of birth and puberty. 牧童遥指杏花村 mù tóng yáo zhǐ xìng huā cūn M…
  • Palace
    This character usually refers to palaces or the womb. It also indicates empresses and imperial concubines in ancient times. 满城春色宫墙柳 mǎn chéng chū…
  • Scenery
    This character usually refers to scenery or circumstance. 良辰美景奈何天 liáng chén měi jǐng nài hé tiān Liang ch…
  • Luo
    This character usually refers to the Luo River, a tributary of the Yellow River rising from Shaanxi Province and flowing east into Henan Province. …
  • Difficult
    This Chinese character means “difficult,” usually used to describe problems that are hard to solve or setbacks that make a situation worse. …