the Chinese name of a typical Chinese is about 2-4 words, and the names of other Chinese names may be up to 25 words. The longest name of the Chinese has three different situations: First, the emperor of the Qing Dynasty, the name of Fu Lin, was up to 25 words: “Li Tian Long Yun […]
China Mainland According to the same name (test version)  based on the National Citizenship Information System Library, the top ten names are: Zhang Wei 299025 张伟 299025个 Wang Wei 290619 王伟 290619个 Wang Fang 277293 王芳 277293个 Li Wei 269453 李伟 269453个 Li Na 258581 李娜 258581个 Zhang Min 245,553 张敏 245553个 Li Jing […]
Most common English names Chinese people choose. Every Chinese will not know a dozen Jack, Jackie, Alan or Aaron, Adam, and Andy. For example, James——詹姆士 拉丁 取而代之者。 Jason——杰森 希腊 治愈伤口的人；具备丰富知识的人。 jay——杰 法国 蓝鸟的美丽。 Zebulon——纪伯伦 希伯来 居处，住宅。 kelly——凯利 塞尔特 战士。 kent——肯特 苏格兰 英俊的领袖；辽阔的国土。 Kerwin——科尔温 爱尔兰 有一只柔和的眼睛的人；朋友 Kevin——凯文 爱尔兰 圣人；很男性化的；出身很好的。 Kim——金姆 英国 出生皇家堡垒草地上的人。 king——金 英国 统治者。 kyle——凯尔 […]
Lin surname is one of the Chinese surnames, ranked 147th in “Hundred Family Names”, the 17th largest surname in mainland China, and the second largest surname in Taiwan. Lin surnames mainly in Fujian, Guangdong Province, Siyan (today, commonly known as Jiangmen Wuyi, is the Jiangmen City under the jurisdiction of the new club, Kaiping, Heshan, Enping and Taishan) […]
Having a Chinese name is very important when living in China. It allows local Chinese to address you because English names are very difficult to pronounce for Chinese. As a Chinese born overseas, I never take this advice seriously before I decide to live here. Before you ask these following questions: “What is my Chinese […]
The first is Chinese, because there are 1.4 billion in China, and about 50 million overseas Chinese speak the language spoken by one-sixth of the world. Why not ,find one that suits you?
Unlike English names, which are usually chosen from an established list, Chinese names can be unlimited combinations of thousands of characters. Naming in Chinese is considered an art form. A beautiful name is not the simple mingling of aesthetic characters – sometimes a name is beautiful because of its poetic connotation or phonetic harmony. The […]
The earliest trend of foreigners in China picking a Chinese name can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) in history. Abeno Nakamaro, a Japanese diplomat to the Tang Dynasty, was conferred the name of 晁衡 (Chao Heng) by Emperor Xuanzong and he served as an official of the imperial court for […]