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    Seeing beauty of Yangmei with hearts & Knowing Yangmei by learning and experiencing

    Seeing beauty of Yangmei with hearts
    & Knowing Yangmei by learning and experiencing

    The above is a title of a course, which is translated from Chinese. Yangmei is the name of a town in Taiwan. The course tries to help students to know more about Yangmei. Is the translation acceptable to native speakers?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: Seeing beauty of Yangmei with hearts & Knowing Yangmei by learning and experienci

    That is a literal translation from Chinese, which sounds strange in English. It is too wordy for an English title

    I think this would sound natural: Experiencing Yangmei
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Seeing beauty of Yangmei with hearts & Knowing Yangmei by learning and experienci


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    #4

    Re: Seeing beauty of Yangmei with hearts & Knowing Yangmei by learning and experienci

    Sitifan, you posted the question here a 02:34 this morning and on the other forum at 02:53. Why did you post on the second forum instead of waiting for some responses on this one? What benefit did you foresee from posting identical questions on two forums?

    Note that some of us find it very irritating to spend time on questions only to find that they are being answered elsewhere. At the very least, you should mention in your posts that you are asking the same question on other forums.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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