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Luck is a huge part of Chinese culture.

It underlies Feng Shui, gift-giving etiquette, unlucky numbers and colors of prosperity and vitality.

So it may come as no surprise that there are many different ways to wish someone “good luck” in Chinese for the different areas of their life.

Whether someone just started a new job, is getting married or has an exam coming up, there are distinct phrases you can use to wish them good fortune (while impressing them with your native-sounding language skills).

Here are 30 of the most important ways to say good luck in Chinese for everyday events as well as big life changes.

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Good Luck for Everyday Situations

To reiterate, the way you say good luck in Chinese depends on the context and audience, but there is, in fact, a literal equivalent to the Western idea of wishing someone good luck, as shown below.

祝你好运!(zhù nǐ hǎo yùn!) — (I wish you) Good luck!

As you can see, this is a direct translation of “good luck.” The verb 祝 (zhù) means “to wish,” 你 () means “you,” 好 (hǎo) is “good” and 运 (yùn) is “luck.”

This is as straightforward as it gets, but it’s not used very often because it sounds “too translated.” Native speakers prefer to use other phrases to wish someone luck, with each one catering to specific situations.

For example, to wish someone luck on a test or exam, it’s better to say:

好好儿考啊!(hǎo hǎo er kǎo a!) — Have a good exam/Do well on this exam!

When you want to wish someone luck on another kind of task or job, you can say:

好好儿干啊!(hǎo hǎo er gàn a!) — Do well on this task/job!

There’s another phrase you can use for words of encouragement, similar to “good luck,” which is more of an idiomatic expression. 加油 (jiā yóu), which literally means “add oil,” is a figurative expression that best translates to “come on, let’s go!”

To use that in a sentence, you can say something like:

我为你加油!(wǒ wèi nǐ jiā yóu!) — I’m cheering for you!

我给你加油!(wǒ gěi nǐ jiā yóu!) — I will cheer for you!

These examples and the phrase 加油 (jiā yóu) can be used in many instances, but are more common in competitive situations.

Blessings for Newlyweds

Know any couples that just got hitched? “Good luck” is normally not a blessing to share with the bride and groom, but there are other ways that you can wish them well.

You can never go wrong with a generic greeting, whether you’re friends with the newlyweds or more along the lines of acquaintances. Try these out:

祝你们幸福。(zhù nǐ men xìng fú) — I wish you happiness.

祝你们百年好合。(zhù nǐ men bǎi nián hǎo hé) — I wish you a long life together. (Literally, “I wish you all the best for next 100 years together.”)

祝你们幸福美满。 (zhù nǐ men xìng fú měi mǎn) — I wish you happiness and bliss.

祝你们新婚愉快。(zhù nǐ men xīn hūn yú kuài) — I wish you a happy marriage/wedding.

Most examples above (except for the first) can be uttered without 祝你们 (zhù nǐ men), since they’re actually expressions on their own. Plus, it’s a given that you’re extending the wish to the couple.

So, it’s perfectly fine to say 新婚愉快 (xīn hūn yú kuài), but we included 祝你们 (zhù nǐ men) for the sake of demonstrating sentence structure.

Now, if you’re close with couple, here are some additional idiomatic expressions you can share with them. Feel free to add in 祝你们 (zhù nǐ men) at the beginning of each expression if you prefer.

白头偕老 (bái tóu xié lǎo) — May you grow old together (Literally, “Live together until your hair goes white with old age”)

多子多孙 (duō zi duō sūn) — May you have many children and grandchildren

举案齐眉 (jǔ àn qí méi) — May you have mutual respect in marriage (Literally, “Lift the tray to eyebrow level”)

互敬互爱 (hù jìng hù ài) — May you have mutual respect and love

激情永在 (jī qíng yǒng zài) — May you have everlasting passion (Literally, “Passion is always there”)

早生贵子 (zǎo shēng guì zǐ) — May you give birth to a child soon

The original meaning of the last one actually is about giving birth to a son, so it’s best to reserve the last wedding wish for traditional Chinese couples and families. Or just opt for any of the other idioms.

Birthday Wishes

Birthdays are another occasion where you can wish people good fortune. Other than saying “Happy Birthday,” which is 生日快乐 (shēng rì kuài lè) in Chinese, you can share the following hopes for the celebrant.

For the kids:

希望你健康快乐地长大!(xī wàng nǐ jiàn kāng kuài lè dì zhǎng dà!) — I hope you grow up happy and healthy!

For your peers:

祝你天天快乐,心想事成。(zhù nǐ tiān tiān kuài lè, xīn xiǎng shì chéng.) — I wish that you’re happy every day, and that all your wishes come true.

For the elderly:

长命百岁 (cháng mìng bǎi suì) — May you live for 100 years

寿比南山, 福如东海 (shòu bǐ nán shān, fú rú dōng hǎi) — May you live as long as Southern Mountain and your fortune be as boundless as the Eastern Sea

The last one is very poetic and very popular among the older generations.

Wishes for Success, Prosperity and Good Fortune

Weddings and birthdays aren’t the only times you can send good wishes.

If a friend just got hired, you can wish them luck at the new job by saying:

财源广进 (cái yuán guǎng jìn) — May you have an abundant source of income, wealth and fortune

平步青云 (píng bù qīng yún) — May you get promoted quickly (Literally, “Skyrocket”)

马到成功 (mǎ dào chéng gōng) — May you immediately meet with success

步步高升 (bù bù gāo shēng) — May you continuously get promoted (Literally, “Rise step by step”)

What you’d normally hear and say during Chinese New Year can also be used in a congratulatory sense, wishing someone luck in any future endeavor, whether business-related or not. It can even be included in a toast.

恭喜发财 (gōng xǐ fā cái) — Happy New Year/May you be prosperous

During the New Year, a birthday, a holiday or any other celebration, you can say:

身体健康 (shēn tǐ jiàn kāng) — I wish you good health (Literally, “healthy body”)

To wish someone happiness in everyday situations, you can say, “Bless you,” although this shouldn’t be confused with how English speakers use that phrase after someone sneezes.

祝福你!(zhù fú nǐ!) — Bless you! (Literally, “I wish happiness/good fortune on you!”)

And if you’re bidding someone adieu, you can say:

保重!(bǎo zhòng!) — Take care!

一路顺风! (yī lù shùn fēng) — Bon Voyage! (Literally, “May the wind be with you!”)

This list is probably more than enough for you to impress Chinese-speaking friends and family. You’ll sound like a native when you wish people luck using any of these expressions!

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Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, With best wishes, Sincerely yours, - * - 4 *.

How To Be A Good Health Care Proxy

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What Is A Health Care Proxy?

A Health Care Proxy may also be called a Health Care Power of Attorney, Agent, Representative, or Surrogate—whatever the title, the responsibilities are the same, and will depend on the wishes and Advance Directive of the person you're representing.

What Are My Duties As A Health Care Proxy?

In general, you will be in charge of making health care decisions on behalf of the person you're representing in case he or she is not able to make decisions for him or herself. In other words, you will observe and speak for the person you're representing in the way he or she would have wanted.

In your role as Health Care Proxy, you will have the right to make the following types of decisions:

  • Choices about medical care, including medical tests, medicine, or surgery
  • The right to request or decline life-support treatments
  • Choices about pain management, including authorizing or refusing certain medication or procedures
  • Choices about where the person will receive medical treatment, including the right to move the person to another facility, hospital, or state, or to a nursing home or hospice facility
  • The option to take legal action on the person's behalf in order to advocate for his or her health care rights and wishes
  • The right to apply for Medicare, Medicaid, or other programs or insurance benefits on the person's behalf

You may also be responsible for fundamentally managing the person's medical care. This may include:

  • Learning about the person's medical condition and treatment options
  • Communicating with the person's medical team, including asking questions about the person's condition, treatments, and treatment options
  • Reviewing the person's medical chart
  • Communicating with the person's family about his or her condition and treatment plan
  • Accessing and approving release of the person's medical records
  • Requesting and coordinating second opinions or outside medical care

When Does My Role As Health Care Proxy Go Into Effect?

Technically, your duties begin when the person you're representing loses his or her ability to make health care decisions on his or her own. (This will be determined by the person's doctor.) As soon as you're named as a Health Care Proxy, though, you can begin to get prepared.

How Should I Prepare For My Role As Health Care Proxy?

Your job is to advocate for the person you're representing—which means you need to know his or her decisions, beliefs, and values around life, end-of-life, and health care preferences. By learning about the person's wishes while he or she can still communicate with you, you can address any questions you might have and be prepared to responsibly care for the person if something should happen.

In order to understand the health care needs of the person you're representing, it might be a good idea to get a sense of the person's medical history and conditions. Some questions to ask are:

  • Does the person have any ongoing medical issues, such as chronic conditions?
  • Has the person had any major surgeries in the last 15 years?
  • Does the person have any allergies (to medicines or to other things)?
  • Is the person currently taking any medicines or receiving any medical treatments? What medicines or treatments and for what purposes?
  • Are there any drugs or medical treatments that the person would prefer not to receive, and why?

If you can, have a conversation with the person to learn about how he or she would like to be treated at the end of life.

  • Does the person care more about living as long as possible (even if that might mean some physical discomfort), or being as comfortable as possible (even if that might mean a shorter life)?
  • Does the person want to be at home at the end of life, or would he or she prefer to be in a hospital or professional care setting?
  • Does the person have religious or spiritual values that will affect the types of care or treatments he or she would like to receive?
  • Are there specific life-support treatments that the person knows he or she would like to receive or would not like to receive?
  • Would the person like to have a palliative care team or hospice team care for him or her at the end of life?
  • Are there other wishes that should be observed as the person nears the end of life, such as calling a religious leader to come visit the person, having certain music playing, or having certain friends or family members in the room?

If you're both comfortable doing so, you might want to discuss possible scenarios and how the person would like to be treated in those scenarios, such as:

  • How would the person want to be treated if he or she got an infection? Would the person want antibiotics, or not?
  • How would the person want to be treated if he or she was diagnosed with a terminal illness? Would the person want every effort made to treat the disease, some effort made to treat the disease, or no effort made?
  • How would the person want to be treated if he or she went into a coma? Would the person want to live in a coma for as long as possible, for a certain period of time, or not at all?
  • How would the person want to be treated if he or she could no longer eat or drink on his or her own? Would the person want tube feeding, or not?

If the person you're representing has completed a Living Will, you may want to read that to get a sense of the types of treatment and care the person has specified that he or she wants and does not want.

Once The Proxy Goes Into Effect, What Should I Do?

As soon as a doctor has determined that the person you're representing has lost his or her ability to make health care decisions on his or her own, your role goes into effect. Depending on where you live and the type of communication you've had with the person, you may be close by and very well informed about the person's condition or you may be far away and unaware. No matter what, you should try and physically get to the place where the person is being treated, whether that's a hospital, a nursing home, or the person's own home. You will be able to do your job better if you can be close by. If you cannot get to the place where the person is, try and set up a phone call with the person's primary doctor or care coordinator.

There are two main things you'll need to figure out:

1. What is the person's medical situation? You should talk to the person's doctor to learn about the person's medical situation and learn the facts. 

  • Does the person's medical condition have a name? If not, what could could be some possible medical conditions that he or she has?
  • Do tests need to be done in order to figure out what the person's condition is? Will the outcome of the tests make a difference in how the person is medically treated? If not, is there a reason for doing the tests?
  • What are the symptoms that the person is experiencing or displaying? What is being done to alleviate those symptoms? Is this treatment consistent with the person's wishes?
  • What is the usual course of this disease?
  • Is a doctor who specializes in this disease involved in treating the person? If not, should a specialist be brought in?

2. What are the person's treatment options? Based on the facts of the person's medical situation, the doctor can talk with you about the options for treatment, the benefits and disadvantages of each treatment option, and the best choices considering the person's condition and wishes. For each treatment option, you might want to consider:

  • What is the goal of this treatment?
  • What is the likelihood that this treatment will be successful—and what does success mean? Does this definition of success correspond with the person's values?
  • What are the side effects of this treatment?
  • How will the treatment and the side effects affect the person's quality of life?
  • If we try this treatment option and it doesn't seem to be working, how do we decide to stop trying?
  • What would the person I'm representing want me to do in this situation?

Communicating With The Family

As the legally appointed Health Care Proxy, you have the right to make decisions on your own. However, you may want to consult with the person's family to get their perspective. Creating an environment of communication where people know what's going on and feel like a part of the process can be important, and can help build a strong sense of agreement at a difficult emotional time.

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Get Well Wishes

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Just a note to tell you how much you mean to us.
We know life can take a toll,
but we want you to know we are here for you,
and above all we wish you good health.

We are thinking about you as we so often do
and wishing you good health and
more happiness than your heart can hold.
Be blessed!

Take time for yourself,
slow down and breath in the freshness.
Find moments that belong only to you,
and may your spirit savor them.
Be blessed with all that makes you
happy and healthy today and everyday.

There is a time and a place
for everything so it’s said,
but be sure you take your time,
and don’t worry about this place.
Feel Better Soon – From Your Coworkers

So you’re feeling under the weather, we hear
well that isn’t right but we can’t have you near.
So we thought hard and long and came up with a plan,
we will ship your work over ’cause you are the man!
Just Kidding – Feel Better Soon

Just sitting here thinking good thoughts about you.
I hope you know how important you are to me, and
because we are the best of friends, you cross my mind often.
I am asking God to be with you and grant you better health.

Wishing you good health and peace without end.
You deserve to feel rested and happy my friend.
I said a little prayer especially for you today,
that God would bless you as you continue in His ways.

Sometimes life may get you down, but know that someone cares.
I pray that you feel better soon and you are blessed beyond compare.
Wishing you a speedy recovery.

When days are long and you feel down
know that someone is thinking of you.
I wish you good health, feel better soon,
relax, and know special happiness too.

Today is a day that you are on my mind,
so I think of you fondly and wish you well.
May the days be short before you feel better,
and may you soon be blessed with good health.

Sometimes I think about you, and fond memories just makes me smile.
I remember special days we had,and I am thankful for you in my life.
As you face uncertainty right now, please know you are on my mind,
I wish you better days, good health, and sweet thoughts to sustain you.
Get Well Soon

So sorry to hear your feeling under the weather
because it just isn’t right you see.
We hope you will soon be your sunshiny self
and back here where you need to be.
We Miss You

When someone we love is not feeling well
it causes a stir in our hearts.
We are thinking of you and wishing you
the best God’s healing hand can impart.
Feel Better Soon

Once upon a time you came into my life,
and you had my heart from day one.
Now that you are having a difficult time,
I want you to know I am still here.
Whatever you need, call on me,
and I will be there for you my friend.

Some people come into our lives,
and right away we know.
They have a special way about them,
and soon we love them so.
You are someone who is dear to me,
and know that this is true,
Today and everyday ahead I wish
good health for you.
May God Richly Bless You

I hear that you are feeling down
and not quite up to much.
So I am on a mission now to
make you smile and such.
You know how much I love you
with your sweet endearing ways.
Well know that I am praying God
spreads sunshine over your days.
Feel Better Soon

When someone we love is feeling down,
there is nothing more we want then to erase their frown.
Today it is time to let you know
that I am wishing and praying your illness just goes.
You are so beautiful inside and out,
and your strength is a virtue of that there’s no doubt.
May better health soon bless your days,
and may God keep you mindful of His special ways.


Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, With best wishes, Sincerely yours, - * - 4 *.

Get Well Wishes: What to Write in a Get Well Card

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By Ross Brooks, CEO

Dear MFHC Staff, Board of Directors, and Community Partners,

I’m writing to let you know MFHC Development Director Garry Schalla has resigned his position at Mountain Family Health Centers, effective 10/4/19.

Garry started at Mountain Family in March 2016 as the organization’s first full-time Development Director. Garry’s commitment to our mission and vision were apparent from day 1 and he has served as a tireless advocate for our organization, communities and patients. Garry’s leadership is responsible for much of MFHC’s growth and depth over the past three years, including, but not limited to:

  • Launch of School Based Health Center (SBHC) services in Eagle County;
  • Development of mobile dental services serving the Roaring Fork Valley;
  • Launch of affordable family planning services in Eagle County;
  • Depth of integrated behavioral health and substance use disorder (SUD) services across Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin Counties;
  • A professional branding and marketing campaign elevating the organization’s visibility, message, and connection with our local communities;
  • Development of MFHC’s new integrated medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare home in Basalt, CO, serving the upper Roaring Fork Valley;
  • Seed planting for the future growth of MFHC Edwards to expand access to integrated medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare in the Eagle River Valley.

Due in large part to Garry’s leadership and vision, thousands of people in Western Colorado have gained new access to affordable, integrated medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare over the past three years. Today, Mountain Family Health Centers serves as the healthcare home for more than 21,000 people in Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin Counties.

On a personal note, I will miss Garry’s wisdom, balance, and humanity. Please join me in celebrating Garry Schalla’s leadership at Mountain Family Health Centers and to our local communities.


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