My favorite Chinese term is “cheer,” which means to greet someone with a warm smile. Since we’re always talking to each other, I like to feel like I know the person I’m talking to when I say “cheers.
The term “cheers” is actually in the Chinese language, which is why you can greet someone with it. I guess I’ve always known this. I can’t speak Chinese, so I just assumed everyone did.
My best guess is that you just say cheers in chinese to let others know you’re interested in what they have to say. To the Chinese, it might sound like you’re saying “woo hoo” as what you’re saying, but in actuality, you’re actually saying “hihi” which means “cheers”.
I feel like it is important to know the difference between the two. In Korean and Japanese, it is called sasuga. It can have a similar meaning as cheered in English. In Chinese, you say sasuga to let others know you are interested in what they have to say.
I think there is a lot of misunderstanding about the difference between sasuga and hihi. As much as I love sasuga, it is one word, and the concept of hihi is so simple and universal that it is almost a joke. In fact, the only time I would ever use the word hihi in Chinese would be if I wanted to make a pun.
In the world of online gaming, there’s a special kind of joke that is not so funny and not so common. It is called a hihi joke. In this type of joke, two players are on a boardgame in a room full of people. One player is playing the game and saying something in Japanese, while the other player is looking at the board and laughing at him in Chinese. The result is that the Japanese player is now angry and wants to kill the Chinese player.
The problem here is that this kind of joke is not really a problem. It’s just that if you’ve got a bunch of friends who are on the same side of the board, you’ll usually see them in a room full of people, while in a room full of Chinese people will be in a room full of people.
I could be wrong, but you dont see a lot of Chinese guys around on the board unless youve got the game’s chatbot. So if someone is playing Deathloop and saying something in Japanese while the other player is looking at the board, it seems likely that they are a friend of someone on the board.
Of course, if youve got a bunch of Chinese people around, people will probably be talking in Chinese, so that may be a good clue.