Daily Chinese Proverb: All Roads To Rome

Posted by Charlie @ Discovering Mandarin Wednesday, 11 November 2009
This Chinese proverb is similiar to the English proverb "All roads to Rome". It means that there are many ways to go about things and there is no one right way to do it. This is very relavant when talking about how people learn Mandarin. There are so many different ways to learn, and none is 'one and only correct way' all the different methods are valid.

shū tú tóng guī
different routes to the same destination

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1 Responses to Daily Chinese Proverb: All Roads To Rome

  1. Hua Says:
  2. Actually we use this old saying "All Roads to Rome" in China as well. It's known "跳跳道路通罗马". Probably, Chinese think this saying is originally from China;-)


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