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Happy Fiscal New Year

Chinese translation: 1. 尺 祇 癩 2) 禤 猋 尺 3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種

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English term or phrase:Happy Fiscal New Year
Chinese translation:1. 尺 祇 癩 2) 禤 猋 尺 3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種
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10:06 Oct 2, 2000
English to Chinese translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: Happy Fiscal New Year
This text appears as the subject of a letter addressed to the financial departament after closing the company's fiscal year.
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1. 尺 祇 癩 2) 禤 猋 尺 3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種
Explanation:
In China, there is no "fiscal new year" greeting; just new year be it western or Chinese.
Here are a few selections. If you give me your email address, I will send you a jpeg of these characters. I can also send them to you in the proper greeting card fonts. They would be reproducable for your greeting cards.
1. 尺 祇 癩 gongxi facai
It means wishing you prosperity (get rich)or great wealth on new years
2) 禤 猋 尺 gonghe xinxi
It means wishing you happiness on new years
3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種
xinnian kuaile, wanshi ruyi
It means wishing you happy new year and may everything happen as you desire.
This is the most commonly used all purpose 8 character/2 stannza greeting that you will see all over Asia. It is applicable for Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, China, even Japan, wherever there are Chinese people.
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na1. 尺 祇 癩 2) 禤 猋 尺 3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種
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1. 尺 祇 癩 2) 禤 猋 尺 3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種


Explanation:
In China, there is no "fiscal new year" greeting; just new year be it western or Chinese.
Here are a few selections. If you give me your email address, I will send you a jpeg of these characters. I can also send them to you in the proper greeting card fonts. They would be reproducable for your greeting cards.
1. 尺 祇 癩 gongxi facai
It means wishing you prosperity (get rich)or great wealth on new years
2) 禤 猋 尺 gonghe xinxi
It means wishing you happiness on new years
3)穝  е 贾  窾 ㄆ  種
xinnian kuaile, wanshi ruyi
It means wishing you happy new year and may everything happen as you desire.
This is the most commonly used all purpose 8 character/2 stannza greeting that you will see all over Asia. It is applicable for Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, China, even Japan, wherever there are Chinese people.


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Elizabeth Tu
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Local time: 11:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in ChineseChinese
PRO pts in pair: 24
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