no situation where we can't change

cool-jupiter

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Japanese
Hi, teachers. Allow me to ask you a question. So, when I was going over an English workbook, I came across the following sentence.

There is no situation where we can't change.

At first, I took it that this sentence was saying "No situation can forbid us to change." However, the Japanese sentence translated from the sentence above went like, "We can change any situation." Was the author of the book confused with relative pronouns and relative adverbs? What do you think is the meaning of the sentence above?
 
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