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The writing systems of China and Japan are strikingly similar, with some characters pronounced the same way and even sharing the same meaning. This has led to Japan and China being considered as two mirroring cultures, where the same things happen over and over again.

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Question: chinese and japanese writing for paramour is the same?

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Although Chinese and Japanese languages use some of the same characters (kanji), they do not always have the same meaning or pronunciation. In the case of the word "paramour," there are different ways to express it in both languages. In Chinese, "paramour" can be translated as 情人 (qíng rén), meaning "lover" or "sweetheart." In Japanese, "paramour" or "lover" is usually expressed as 恋人 (koibito). It is important to note that the kanji used in both translations are different, and thus the writing for "paramour" in Chinese and Japanese are not the same.

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March 31, 2023, 7:08 a.m.

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Published: Friday, March 31, 2023

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