Kanji: 接. Radical: 手. Number of strokes: 11. Meaning: “ contact”. Pronunciation: セツ、つ-ぐsetsu, tsu-gu.

Kanji: 触. Radical: 角. Number of strokes: 13. Meaning: “ contact”. Pronunciation: ショク、ふ-れる、さわ-るshoku, fu-reru, sawa-ru. Other form: 觸.

guānxi

Guānxi 关系 is often translated as “connections”, “relationships” or “networks”. However, none of these terms do justice to the fundamental and complex concept of guanxi and its central role in Chinese culture. Guanxi can also be used to describe a network of contacts, which an individual can call upon when something needs to be done, and through which they can exert influence on behalf of another. These networks can have a direct impact on conducting business in China, including market expansion and sales growth." (source: asialinkbusiness.com.au)

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