The Passage Translated
Zhōuwǔ (azure; toe wooo) - Friday
The Chinese have a simple way of naming weekdays. Monday is day one (yī ), Tuesday is day two (èr) followed by day three (sān), day four (sì), and finally, for Friday, day five (wǔ).
wǎnshang (baahba) - evening
The Chinese divide up the day almost as we do.There is an early morning, a late morning, a noon, a late afternoon, and an early evening called wǎnshang, the top of the night. Shàng is the top.
Then comes qī (cheese) diǎn (baahba) bàn ( baahba) - seven thirty
Literally, this means seven o’clock and a half. You can already count up to five; liù is six, and qī is seven.
lǐtáng ménkǒu - auditorium front door
Lǐtáng(cheese, baahba) is auditorium, and ménkǒu (men, toe) means front door or front gate.