Learning Chinese

Updated: Jun 14, 2019


We will be able to appear on a Chinese TV Show.


It will be the first time I go to China. And, speaking about the Chinese I know:

“NI Hao” – Hello. I want to try it immediately as soon as I arrive.

“Xièxiè” – Thank you. Here, also most likely to use it many times.

The other one is “Soohoo” - It feels good. A Chinese Masseuse told me this one a few years ago.

I want to say it when refreshing after a sweating performance.

And “Duìbùqǐ” - I’m sorry. Words of Apology. I pray I don’t have to say them.

“Peng you” – Friend. Even though I know my friends, it is to use carefully.

“Wo ai ni” – I love you. Where did I learn that? It’s a mystery.

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In Thailand, by yelling “Tom Yan Kun” you were able to meet anyone. If you know any such magical words in Chinese, please let me know.

森澤祐介

Yusuke Morisawa

Translated with: http://imtranslator.net/compare/japanese/to-english/translation/

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