What is this buildings name.:



  • Could 漢字六 mean "漢字中的六字"?
    – Tang Ho
    Commented Nov 8, 2023 at 10:25
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    The posted text comes from a novel: 69shuba.com/txt/47770/34468698 Commented Nov 8, 2023 at 13:36
  • The title of the novel is "澳洲崛起录".
    – r13
    Commented Nov 8, 2023 at 15:34
  • There is no mention of the name of the building in the text given. It just describes what the building looks like, but it sounds untrue because as far as I know there is not a 口 in the Chinese character 六. Commented Nov 10, 2023 at 3:44

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The passage you refer to is from The Book of 澳洲崛起录 by author 疯艺炯龙.

Due to copyright issues, the details of this post of the novel should be viewed at the site provided by @user2249675.

Here are some more details:






about 漢(汉)字六:

belongs to hieroglyphics.

The original meaning of is cottage, which is the original writing form of the Chinese character . and are similar in ancient pronunciation, so is disguised as the numeral "six".[1]

The stroke of the word is following.

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Given the context of the novel, the author does not indicate that the building mentioned in the paragraph is a building in the real world.

Based on the author's Chinese identity and my understanding of Chinese architecture, the layout of the building mentioned in the article is similar to Beijing Daxing International Airport.

The image below is an aerial view of it.

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Its layout is similar to , and the written form of is roughly the same as .

The following is the layout of the building that I have created by myself, based on the structure of and the author's description in the novel.

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  • I think your answer as a whole is great, especially your last option. However I don't think the airport is this type and I think it only adds confusion to include it. I recommend removing it. Just the red and green lines themselves are good.
    – zagrycha
    Commented Dec 15, 2023 at 19:28

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