Àiqíng shì yìzhǒng xiūxíng, shēnghuó yěshì yìzhǒng xiūxíng, xiūxíng, jiùshì yào xuéhuì
爱情 是 一种 修行， 生活 也是 一种 修行， 修行， 就是 要 学会
miànduì, jiēshòu, kuānróng, lǐjiě, rènmìng.
面对、 接受、 宽容、 理解、认命。
Love is cultivation, and life is also cultivation. Cultivation is to learn to face, to accept, to tolerate, to understand and to submit to destiny.
—From Feng Xiaogang, at the premiere of the movie “If You Are the One II.”
修行 (xiūxíng) n/v: cultivation/ to cultivate oneself according to a religious belief
宽容 (kuānróng) n/v: tolerance/to tolerate
认命 (rènmìng) v: to submit to destiny
How to write Chinese characters?
Strokes are used to form Chinese characters, so learning Chinese strokes is the first step in learning how to write Chinese characters. A horizontal stroke is written from the left to the right, while a vertical stroke is written from the top to the bottom.
Here are some basic strokes for you to begin learning how to write Chinese characters.
一: 横(hénɡ) Horizontal stroke
丨: 竖() Vertical stroke
丶: 点(diǎn) Dot stroke
丿: 撇(piě) Left-falling stroke