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I don't know if you know this, but Chinese people have a particular way of greeting their friends and colleagues, and it's definitely not "nǐ hǎo"! In fact, Chinese people almost never say "nǐ hǎo" to people they already know, because it not only feels impersonal and detacted, it also implies they're strangers who've just met for the first time.
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Literally Chinese idiom 精益求精 jīng yì qiú jīng means to improve on already good enough accomplishment. 精 jīng means “perfect”, 益 yì means “more”, 求精 qiú jīng means ”improve on perfection”. It is actually a quite positive word. It is always used on people that are not satisfied with the accomplishment they’ve got, and want to do more and better.