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Apr
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reviewed Looks OK Should I center a headline written in Traditional Chinese?
Apr
8
comment What's “that” and “which” in Chinese
There is no relative pronoun or relative clause in Chinese, word-by-word translation is not possible. See chinese.stackexchange.com/a/10057/798 chinese.stackexchange.com/a/12327/798 chinese.stackexchange.com/a/3074/798
Apr
7
comment Are authors of Chinese fantasy novels able to create names for fictional creatures/races?
But you don't want to see 狗 in its name right? This is the 蛇怪 argument.
Apr
7
comment Are authors of Chinese fantasy novels able to create names for fictional creatures/races?
I am not sure I understand '...an original word that isn't literal or spelt out the same way as foreign words'. Do you mean names that are neither straightforward word representation of the creature, nor transliteration from another language, but strike people as names of alien or exotic creatures?
Apr
7
revised Why is 跟他一起去不去 wrong but 跟不跟他一起去 right
The subject and content are two different, valid questions. Make both of them visible.
Apr
7
answered Ingredients of zongzi
Apr
7
reviewed Approve In “会很 <adj.> 的”, is 很 meaningless?
Apr
7
reviewed Looks OK What does this headline mean?
Apr
7
reviewed Delete What's “ended in a disaster” in Chinese?
Apr
7
comment What's “ended in a disaster” in Chinese?
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Apr
7
reviewed Looks OK What would 黑著臉 mean?
Apr
7
reviewed Delete I am trying to decipher what type of tea I have in this canister
Apr
6
reviewed Delete Is 清明节 actually Easter?
Apr
6
comment Is 清明节 actually Easter?
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Apr
6
comment What's “ended in a disaster” in Chinese?
There are many ways. More context would help.
Apr
6
answered What is the meaning of this?
Apr
5
reviewed Approve How does Wikipedia's simplified to traditional converter work?
Apr
5
reviewed Looks OK How to say “gibberish” in Chinese?
Apr
5
reviewed Looks OK What is an idiom that describes aiming for high achievement or success but not forgetting one's roots?
Apr
5
comment What is an idiom that describes aiming for high achievement or success but not forgetting one's roots?
What makes you believe such phrase exists? Did you encounter one? The context could be very helpful.