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revised What contributes to negative emotion / sentiment in this example?
Clarified my statement.
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answered What contributes to negative emotion / sentiment in this example?
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comment What contributes to negative emotion / sentiment in this example?
You should ask the human to clarify this labeling.
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Jul
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comment What contributes to negative emotion / sentiment in this example?
I do not understand what you mean by labeled as negative. Is this a label you put on the text, or did some other source label it for you?
Jul
23
comment Say hallo to many people: 你好 or 你们好?
This has been asked as chinese.stackexchange.com/questions/5538/… But the answers there are not very complete.
Jul
23
comment Is there a way to translate terms related to the family?
"Bubba (or, Baba)" was not created by a writer or translator. It was the term actually used in many, many Eastern European immigrant families to the US, not only Jewish. It evolved naturally from Russian and other related words for older women. No such usage has yet evolved for relationships in Chinese families in the US and I doubt it ever will.
Jul
22
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Jul
19
comment Meaning and origin of 小確幸
Search "Haruki Murakami Carver Small, Good Thing” on line for many English language pages discussing Haruki's friendship with Carver, and Haruki's translation of the story "A Small Good Thing." None that I found discuss Haruki's own use of the phrase.
Jul
10
revised Chinese/English/Pinyin Books For Young Adult Readers
Removed reference to other non-Chinese languages than English.
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answered Chinese/English/Pinyin Books For Young Adult Readers
Jul
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comment Two contrasts between 文 and 武, culture and war
Thanks. It was a native speaker, a professor about 30 years old, from Hebei, who introduced me to the saying and he had "武无第一文无第二," which he explained as war has no final winner but in writing such as poetry people only remember the first creator (say, Kongzi, or Homer) and not others who follow them.
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asked Two contrasts between 文 and 武, culture and war
Jun
30
answered Why Is The Color Red Considered Lucky In Chinese Language and Culture?
Jun
29
answered Why chinese people always use chinese subtitles ¿?
Jun
25
comment Does 青龙 not really mean Green Dragon?
Yes I the the people wanted to avoid the issue of just what color this is. And, while a "white tiger" really is a special kind of tiger, an azure dragon is not really a special kind since there really are no dragons.
Jun
25
accepted Does 青龙 not really mean Green Dragon?
Jun
25
comment Does 青龙 not really mean Green Dragon?
This is helpful. But do you think 青龙 should not be translated as just Dragon? Should it be Azure Dragon or something? The 白虎 is always translated as White Tiger.
Jun
25
revised Does 青龙 not really mean Green Dragon?
Further looking shows many people translate it as Azure Dragon.
Jun
25
revised Does 青龙 not really mean Green Dragon?
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