281 Get Angry
Some people get angry easily, some people don’t. Some express their anger on the outside and others try to keep it in! Jesse Edbrooke from Transition talks to ShaoLan about anger and some of the different ways of describing anger in Chinese as well as some of the best ways to try to avoid getting too angry! ShaoLan even teaches you how to tell someone not to get angry (although that might actually make them angrier so be careful)!
The Chinese word for anger is 生氣/生气. The first character 生 means “to give birth” and the second character 氣/气 means “air” or “energy.” When you are creating air or creating energy, then you are getting angry!