ASH (galerian_ash) wrote in linguaphiles,
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ETA: Answered! God, you guys are fast and knowledgeable. Thanks :)

I was watching a Chinese movie, and at the very end the below characters popped up. There was no subtitling for them, so at first I thought it might just mean "the end" -- but then, upon closer inspection, I realized that that wasn't the case (I've seen too many HK movies to not recognize those particular characters, I guess *laughs*).



Does anyone know what it means? I apologize in advance if it's something really dumb or pointless, but I was just too curious to not ask!
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