Steal and translate, tu rigoles, the same? Luxor’s obelisk in Paris, Parthenon’s marbles at the British Museum, Camões Grotto in Macao, some Tagore’s verses in Neruda’s odes, poetry and philosophy in pre-Columbian Mexican and Andean high plains? Anyway — but. There are thefts & thefts. Even untranslatable things. Even like me, another says: “I too am untranslatable” (Leaves of Grass, W. W.).
Robert Wang Wei-Lei, UNTRANSLATABLE THINGS.