How to Say “Asking for Trouble” in Chinese

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How to Say "Asking for Trouble" in Chinese

 

(gǎo): to create, to meddle
事情 (shì qíng): things, matters

We say someone is trying to 搞事情 (gǎo shì qíng) when they’re causing unnecessary trouble or creating chaos.

How to Say "Asking for Trouble" in Chinese

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