My Chinese isn't too good but one of things I noticed translates to this:
" *some pronoun* love you"
I think the pronoun is the 3rd person feminine subject (she), but I'm not too sure, though I know that it's not "I".
Hope that helps, and that someone who hasn't forgotten how to read Chinese translates this, it seems interesting.
k thankyou i really hope someone comes along and traslate this...
could you make it bigger? if you do thanx! my brother knows Chinese and i'll try to get him to read it or tranlate it. also, how do u delete your own account?
oh, wait nvm!
my bro tells me she's just practicly saying how much she loves you and etc.
could he plz say what her name is or what the last two symbols mean at the end of the note?
Even I don't understand chinese but I know that this is some sort of love note.The heart is a dead giveaway
Until one has given everything, one has given nothing.
I seriously don't know much.. but..
are the only characters I know the meaning.
"I love you"
i really like to thank all of you ...the main part of the letter i really want to know is the last two symbols on the page ...so if anyone could tell em thoes i would be very thankful