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Fear No Evil

China bú pà xié è
Fear No Evil Vertical Wall Scroll

This literally means, "no fear evil." Chinese grammar and word order is a little different than English. 不怕邪惡 is the best way to write something that means "fear no evil" in Chinese.

The first character means "not," "don't" or "no."
The second means "fear."
The last two mean "evil" but can also be translated as sinister, vicious, wickedness, or just "bad."

Fear No Evil

Japan aku o osore nai
Fear No Evil Vertical Wall Scroll

This is "Fear No Evil" in Japanese.

Japanese grammar and phrase construction is different than English, so this literally reads, "Evil Fear Not."

The "evil" Kanji can also be translated as "wickedness."


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Gyaku

Japan gyaku
Gyaku Vertical Wall Scroll

逆 is a Japanese Kanji that means reverse, inversion, upside down, inverted, reverse, opposite, or wicked.

Forgive and Forget

Confucian Proverb
China bú niàn jiù è
Forgive and Forget Vertical Wall Scroll

This Chinese proverb comes from the Analects of Confucius. It can be translated as, "Do not recall old grievances," or more simply as, "Forgive and forget."

The character breakdown:
不 (bù) not; no; don't.
念 (niàn) read aloud.
舊 (jiù) old; former.
惡 (è) wicked deeds; grievances; sins.

Sakasa / Reverse

Japan sakasa
Sakasa / Reverse Vertical Wall Scroll

逆さ is a Japanese word that means reverse, inversion, upside down, inverted, reverse, opposite, and in some context (especially without the secondary hiragana character) can mean wicked.

逆さ has some significance to those practicing certain forms of Japanese martial arts.

Note: The first character is kanji (originally a Chinese character now used in Japanese) it still holds the same meaning in Chinese. However, the secondary hiragana makes this a Japanese-only entry.

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酒呑童子

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Japanese shutendouji / shutendoji / しゅてんどうじ Japanese Oni (demon), said to be one of the most wicked and powerful monster in Japanese mythology

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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
Fear No Evil不怕邪惡
不怕邪恶
bú pà xié è
bu2 pa4 xie2 e4
bu pa xie e
bupaxiee
pu p`a hsieh o
pupahsieho
pu pa hsieh o
Fear No Evil悪を恐れないaku o osore nai
akuoosorenai
Gyakugyaku
Forgive and Forget不念舊惡
不念旧恶
bú niàn jiù è
bu2 nian4 jiu4 e4
bu nian jiu e
bunianjiue
pu nien chiu o
punienchiuo
Sakasa
Reverse
逆さsakasa
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.



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