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How to say 'don't worry, be happy' in chinese pinyin

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Hi, I’m Jennifer, a native Chinese teacher from China. I’m glad to answer your question. “Don’t worry, be happy” in Chinese means bie2 zhao2 ji2, fang4 qing1 song1. You can also say: bie2 zhao2 ji2, fang4 song1 dian3. Learn more at http://resources.echineselearning.com/?ecl=ptEEEEEEaol071802 If you still got any Chinese related questions, please feel free to contact me at Jennifer.zhu@echineselearning.com, and I’m very happy to hear from you.

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