HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY ! ( 14th February )
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To express "Happy Valentine!" in Mandarin Taiwanese, you may say: "Cing Ren Jie Kuai Le", in which "Cing Ren Jie" is equivalent to "the Valentine's Day" and "Kuai Le" in Mandarin means "Happy"! The "Cing" pronounces like "\ching\" in English; The "e" in "Le" pronounces kind of like "\-uh\"! (Note: "chi-" or "-uh" are for reference but not used in the Taiwan Pinyin Romanisation System!)





To say "Happy Valentine!" in Mandarin, you may use: "Cing Ren Jie Kuai Le", in which "Cing Ren Jie" = "the Valentine's Day" and "Kuai Le" in Mandarin = "Happy"! The "Cing" pronounces like "\ching\" in English (the "Ci" in Taiwan Pinyin pronounces like "\chi\"); The "e" in "Le" pronounces kind of like "\-uh\"! (Note, "chi-" or "-uh" are for reference but not used in the Taiwan Pinyin Romanisation System!)








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