Shower thought: How was Chibiusa´s cost of living paid for?

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Rika-Chicchi

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I just know that 中国 means China and I know that 九谷 means Kutani because I collect Japanese Kutani pottery.
The former literally means "middle country/state," whereas the latter "nine valleys."

I also can say hi! Nī Hāo.
It literally means "you (are) good." :)
 
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The former literally means "middle country/state," whereas the latter "nine valleys."


It literally means "you (are) good." :)
Yeah, the term Kutani means nine valleys. It is the name of a village that no longer exists. ‘Ku‘ is nine and ‘Tani’ is valley.

I took a brief Mandarin class and they taught me that I should say Ni Hau when meeting a Chinese person. Isn’t that correct? What is the most appropriate greeting?