Harry Potter in Chinese, Japanese & Vietnamese Translation
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Chapter 29: The Dream

 

Chinese (Mainland)
噩梦
Èmèng
噩梦 èmèng = 'nightmare'. The nightmare
Chinese (Taiwan)
夢境
Mèngjìng
夢境 mèngjìng = 'dreamland, dream'. The dream
Japanese

Yume
yume = 'dream'. The dream
Vietnamese (Chinese characters show etymology)
Giấc mơ giấc mơ = 'dream, daydream'. The dream

This is where Harry falls asleep in the Divination class and sees Voldemort.

The Mainland Chinese version translates it as 'nightmare'. The Vietnamese version is more like a daydream.

(A summary of this chapter can be found at Harry Potter Facts. Detailed notes on the chapter can be found at Harry Potter Lexicon)

Chapter 28
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