05-27-2011 01:25 AM
Haha yes. You are right Randall. Just now i asked a chinese friend of me.
Very nice pic Charolotte!
05-27-2011 01:30 AM
You are welcome. Just the truth Charolotte. You can use also Google translator to check it out, typing in english dream and translating it in traditional chinese.
06-10-2011 12:40 PM
Japanese kanji were imported from china during the Heian period (IIRC). So yes, they look virtually identical.
That kanji is 夢, which can be pronounced as either "mu" (む) or as "yume" (ゆめ, pronounced "yuu-meh") in japanese. It means "a dream, a vision, or an illusion."