Create your own Chinese Calligraphy with a character, a word, a sentence or any text. Choose the size, style, orientation, simplified or traditional Chinese characters.
The table below includes the English, Chinese, and Pinyin. If you just want to learn how to say your name, then work on pronouncing the pinyin. If you want to learn how to write your Chinese word name, then you can practice those characters. Note! Chinese characters have a specific stroke order and you should work with a teacher to get it correct.
How do you write foreign or English names in Chinese? If you’re on this site and reading this, you probably don’t need me to tell you that Chinese has no alphabet, but the writing system is instead made up of thousands of different characters.If you know the Chinese characters very well, you can select the corresponding one by yourself, and you can carry out the corresponding name translation what you want to. Of course, if you're the beginner who just started to learn Chinese, and you want to write your name in Chinese, then learn to how to use Pinyin to describle your name, which is better for you.I don’t know if it is your family name for I didn’t get its Chinese name from dictionary. If you want to translate it directly, other answers may be more helpful.If you want to get a traditional Chinese name, I will tell you how to name yourself a.
Learn your Chinese name with this list of English names and their Chinese translations. They're ordered alphabetically, by gender, and translated based on the English pronunciation. The Chinese names are written in the simplified characters used in Mainland China.Read More
Learn How To Write Chinese Characters For Name Mingzi. In this lesson we'll learn how to write the Chinese characters for name mingzi, and possessive words in Chinese such as my, your, his, her, our, their.You will learn the Radicals used in these characters and understand character construction by watching the lesson video.Read More
For some English names there are several Chinese name variants. Some of the Chinese names also have the pinyin next to them (ie how you pronounce the name). This site has thousands of Chinese names. You can then create a picture with your Chinese name or copy your Chinese name to use on Facebook or other websites. Now you can find your own.Read More
How to Write My Name in Chinese? I can see that many foreigners wanting to learn Mandarin would ask to have their name translated into Chinese characters so they could learn to write and have a Chinese name. How cool is that! Here a few sentences to ask someone to teach and tell you how to write your name in Chinese.Read More
Chinese characters put a lot of people off. Yes there are perhaps 50,000 Chinese characters in existence; but most of them are so rare that you’ll never see them.3000 characters should pretty much cover you for modern Chinese. Even if you just know 500 characters, you can recognise about 75% of Chinese, with 1000 you get 89% coverage. And that’s a goal you can achieve, if you take things.Read More
This is a living Chinese dictionary that lets you contribute your Chinese learning experience to the community. Not only are your search results ranked by frequency of everyday usage so you get accurate results, but it includes Mandarin pronunciation guides with audio, Cantonese pronunciations guides, simplified Chinese characters, traditional Chinese characters, written Chinese stroke.Read More
Ancient Chinese writing consisted of two characters i.e. the traditional Chinese character and the simplified Chinese character. These characters were used to represent the spoken Chinese. They contained the rules regarding their arrangement and the way they should be punctuated.Read More
What can we do to help our children start writing Chinese characters? Today, I would like to share 10 Tips for Teaching Young Children to Write Chinese Characters: from pre-writing activities, recognizing Chinese characters, involve in reading, to using different media for practice, and teach the right stroke order.Read More
Chinese writing symbols go back more than 3,000 years. Characters began as pictures. Pictures were drawn to resemble the items they represented. Students have to memorize many 'pictures' to be able to read and write, want to give it a try?Read More
Click on the English names beginning with the letter A to see the English name in Chinese. The Chinese names are translated based on the English pronunciation of the names. The Chinese names are written in simplified characters, which are used in Mainland China.Read More