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Quote:Originally posted by citizen:
I think, though I'm not sure, that one is Mandarin for Serenity and the other is Cantonese. Chinese and English are very different languages though, so there are often many different ways to say one word or sentence in English in Chinese (in varying degrees of "correctness").
Tuesday, February 21, 2006 4:02 PM
Quote:Originally posted by ACrazyIvan:
This is just something I've noticed. Sometimes the Chinese characters are side-by-side, and sometimes they're on top of one another. I think this might be a difference between Firefly and Serenity - or maybe just the quality of some merchandise. But I was wondering if anyone else had noticed that as well.
Tuesday, February 21, 2006 4:07 PM
Quote:Originally posted by Murkymerc:
I don't speak chinese so I am guessing here, but I belive that modern Madarin and Cantonese use the same symbols the the difference are only when spoken. Can one of you hippy college kids confirm? There wasn't a big push to learn Chinese when I was in school.
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Quote:Originally posted by daveshayne:... As to the series I'm trying to remember if we ever got a look at the logo. ...
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