wò lie


Alternative traditional form of character:

Different tone

wǒ (I (me))

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Pronunciation

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Proverbs

藏龙卧虎 cáng lóng wò hǔ There are people lurking with great power and strength

Kiwis

Kiwi fruits originate from Southern China when they were known as Chinese Gooseberries (猕猴桃 mí hóu táo). New Zealanders finding they grew well in their country marketed them as 'kiwis' and now they are associated more with New Zealand rather than China.
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Chinese proverb

Proverb

Yáng maó chū zài yáng shēn shàng [yang mao chu zai yang shen shang]
wool come out at sheep body on
Wool comes from a sheep
Unrealistic expectations. You get what you pay for
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