For folks that can translate Chinese

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Sonscreen, May 23, 2006.

  1. Sonscreen

    Sonscreen Casual TF collector<br><b><font color=#FF0000>aksm TFW2005 Supporter

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    I can't read Chinese :confused2  and I'm curious to see what these characters on my Cybertron Nemesis Breaker packaging means.

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  2. SydneyY

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    I can't read it, either. But it's a beautiful handwriting :tongue: 
     
  3. Matrix Soul

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    American Edition

    LOL
     
  4. Acid Wing

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    I can read the first two characters...but the third I'm not recognizing.

    EDIT: Oh, thanks Matrix Soul! Man, the character for edition ("ban") looks hugging screwed up on the left side (the "pian" radical).
     
  5. Razerwire

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    Yup... Mei Wen Ban... "American Version..."
     
  6. Sonscreen

    Sonscreen Casual TF collector<br><b><font color=#FF0000>aksm TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks to all my fellow yellows. :) 
     
  7. littleiron

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    So weird.... we usually say "Mei ban" for "American version", and never add "wen"(a suffix for "language") in between at such a situation....

    And we never say "Mei wen" but "Ying wen" for "English".
     
  8. LigerPrime

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    That's the reason why I dislike the chinese language! :D 
     
  9. Razerwire

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    No problem you Twinkie...
     

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