"Ni huyah" is a common phrase used in international language (especially slavic and chineese). Sometimes mistaken for "ni hao", but it's meaning is rather different:
1. Something is impossible, however hard you'd try.
2. Absolutely nothing, zero, null.
3. Also used as a rejection with meaning similar to "no way" or "that's not true".
1. A: Can you fix it?
B: Ni huyah, it's ultimately destroyed.
2. Beggar: Please, gimme money for drugs and alcohol... do you have any...?
You: Ni huyah do I have money for you!
3. Adidas: Impossible is nothing.
Consumer: Ni huyah!