Daily Chinese Proverb: Cannot be Helped

Posted by Charlie @ Discovering Mandarin Friday, 30 October 2009
This Chinese proverb means that sometimes things can't be prevented. Much like my recent experience of having a broken laptop could not have been prevented. This allows thought to be taken away from the incident and how to deal with it instead. If it could not have been prevented, now look to how to deal with it.

fáng ​bù​ shèng​ fáng​
you can't guard against it

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