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Drink Up! Cheers! in Chinese / Japanese...

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Drink Up! / Cheers!

China gān bēi
Japan kan pai
Drink Up! / Cheers!

乾杯 is the common way to say "cheers" or give a toast in Chinese, Japanese and old Korean (written the same in all three languages, though pronounced differently).

乾杯 is an appropriate wall scroll for a bar, pub, or another drinking area.

The first character literally means "dry" or "parched."
The second character means "cup" or "glass."

Together the meaning is to drink up (empty your glass).

Drink Up! / Cheers!

Alternate version
China gān bēi
Drink Up! / Cheers!

干杯 is an alternate form of the word in Chinese that means "drink up" or "cheers." The first character is still pronounced the same but the form is quite different. This version is used mainland China but not really used in Korea or Japan.

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Drink Up!
Cheers!
乾杯kan pai / kanpaigān bēi / gan1 bei1 / gan bei / ganbeikan pei / kanpei
Drink Up!
Cheers!
干杯gān bēi / gan1 bei1 / gan bei / ganbeikan pei / kanpei



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