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    Qu Chang Bu Duan

    Hello Everyone,

    There is Chinese idiom called Qu Chang Bu Duan, which means learn from other's merits . In my textbook it is interpretted as "complement each other with respective strengths". Could you give us your version here?

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    Sky


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    Re: Qu Chang Bu Duan

    though i am not a teacher but hope this can help you.......

    learn from others merits .

    learn good things from others .

    learn from the achievements of others.


    thats what i can interpret

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