School Gives Money To Students To Act Out Idiom

School Gives Money To Students To Act Out Idiom

A high school in Hebei has prepared two five RMB notes to give to each senior in their high school as a souvenir, because a Chinese idiom says a complete ten means complete success. The bills are also all consecutively numbered, which will make their tests go as smoothly as a number sequence. This school activity has been used to reduce the stress of test-taking students for many years now. Netizens want to know why the school doesn’t just give the students 10,000 RMB because of another idiom involving preparing 10,000 times so mistakes become impossible.

Source: Tencent

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  • David

    What am I missing? Why do they give them 2 five yuan notes instead of one ten yuan note?

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