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Nikwigi1 year ago
Incase anyone find it funny him calling her "her" he/his is pronounced "ta" she/her is pronounced "ta" and it "ta". Generally they use the ta for he/him as it's it's kinda non gender and the old word before they made a character for each it was one word one character hey you kind of thing.
XueYe6 months ago
oooh, so that makes it not sound suspicious. Cool
Abrar Reza3 weeks ago
IIRC, chinese pinyin doesn't have a character for gender. Hence, he/she/her/him or any gender-based pronoun is added by the translator /editor to make it suit the mood and atmosphere of the current situation. Really helps to flesh out the character.
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