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  • Lucy

    what's another example of one of chinese's 4 character idioms?

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    • Angela

      Hey Lucy,

      Another example of one of China's idioms is 名不虚传 (míngbùxūchuán). This essentially means that someone has a well-deserved reputation and that they live up to their reputation. So, a nice thing!

      LTL

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  • Lyumd Sekr

    Nice blog!

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    • Marine Colliot

      Thank you, glad to see you are enjoying our blogs! :)

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  • Boswell Hessellund

    Each country has its own unique proverbs, fascinating to say the least

    King regards, Boswell Hessellund

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  • Ethan

    These are great, love the little cards as well

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    • LTL Team HQ

      Thanks Ethan, super kind

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  • Chaos

    6 in English might be better translated to Don't bite off more than you can chew. Still means to take it slow, as does walk before you run, but seems to match the Chinese root words better.

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    • LTL Team HQ

      Also works, thanks for the comment

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