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Post by markuswatson1993 » May 3, 2013 7:43 pm

"live and let die" translated in manderin chinese

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Re: translation

Post by Gary » May 6, 2013 1:47 pm

This is a little complicated, so I'm going to give you the short form that means the right thing:
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The Chinese title of the James Bond movie and song by this title is different. Instead of "Live and Let Die", it means "Let Live and Die". It's also a much longer title.

There's another title for the movie and song which means "The Moment Between Life and Death" (生死關頭).

I think because it was so hard to make sense of this play-on-words title in Chinese, it was translated differently.