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Discussion in '中文+方言 (Chinese)' started by photosynthesize, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. photosynthesize New Member

    english - UK
    I'm trying to work out the origin of this illustration, and I thought that the easiest way would be to identify the language. Could anyone help please? $(KGrHqJHJBQFJ,rd9KfoBScBL-0ZQ!~~60_57.jpg
  2. JulianStuart

    JulianStuart Senior Member

    Sonoma County CA
    English (UK then US)
    The forum software limits the file-size of upload attachments so the image is coming out quite small. Where did the full-size image come from?

    Either (upload the image to a hosting service on the net somewhere and create a link to it and) post a link to it or, if you have the means, crop out the area with the text on it and attach only that.
  3. photosynthesize New Member

    english - UK
    Ah, sorry. how's this?

  4. JulianStuart

    JulianStuart Senior Member

    Sonoma County CA
    English (UK then US)

    Sorry - I forgot you can't add links yet. This might help someone decode it.
  5. Tonky Senior Member

    百花含蕾 千枝(泛)緑
    I think the phrase itself is Chinese.
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2014
  6. photosynthesize New Member

    english - UK
    Oh thank you. any idea what it says?
  7. Tonky Senior Member

    Can't be too sure but those characters say "hundreds of flowers with buds and thousands of branches of green(probably leaves)"
    You'd better ask in Chinese forum anyways, it may be a part of certain texts.
  8. photosynthesize New Member

    english - UK
    thanks for your help.
  9. xiaolijie

    xiaolijie MOD

    English (UK)
    It is a desription of a scene typical in Spring, with plants and flowers in their most luxuriant state (as translated in post #7 above). This may or may not be a line of a poem.
  10. retrogradedwithwind Senior Member

    This is not a line of a poem because Baidu told me that. At least it is not from a famous poem.

    And I don't think it is good as part of a poem.
  11. 枫十二 Senior Member

    I also think this one is good enough. green leaves and flower buds are lives of new beginning. Poets like to use them as metaphor for new beginning, bright future and so on.

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