I found this old airline advert with a “slogan” using 3 by 3 words:
In context, there is a huge calligraphy of 家， which means home. So the first three characters i would interpret as “i was born here (at home)”, but i cant decipher the last character of the first trio. The second trio, entirely i have no idea of.
What does this mean? It feels very poetic. But i also feel it is a bit uncharacteristic because i usually find slogans like this to be 4 by 4 words, not 3 by 3.
Is this entirely common?