Random Kanji Knowledge: Kanji is a complicated means of conveying language. With literally thousands of symbols that have different readings depending on context, the layers of complexity can prove overwhelming. However, beyond the squiggly lines lies sophistication to those patient and diligent enough to learn. Kanji is really cool in this regard.
Today’s kanji is 融合, which is read as yuugou (YUU-goh).
融合 is often used in the context of “fusion,” as in a literal unity between multiple things.
融 is a symbol for “dissolving” or “melting.”
合 represents something “fitting in” or “joining (together).”
So in a sense, 融合 represents how things can “combine” and fit together as one.
The stroke order for 融合 is shown below.
Individually, something can be strong on its own.
However, how much more powerful can it be when a 融合 is performed?