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Chinese Idiom (proverb or word)

Chinese pinyin: T       English keyword: M

An unusually lucky person

Chinese Idiom: An unusually lucky person
Literally the son of heaven; a man of great ability and influence.

Chinese pinyin: tian1 zhi1 jiao1 zi3
Keyword: man

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