FAQ about Chinese Names:
About Chinese Name:
A full Chinese name is usually composed of two parts: the surname and the given name. In a Chinese name, the surname comes first, followed by the given name. "姓 (xìng) surname" often means "family name". Chinese given names usually have one or two characters, and are written after the family name. For example, the Chinese name "王强 (Wánɡ Qiánɡ) Wang Qiang." "王 (Wánɡ)” is the surname, and "强 (Qiánɡ)" is the given name. Parents often choose Chinese names for their children that express their particular hopes and desires for the futures of their sons and daughters. For example, the Chinese name "强 (Qiánɡ)" means "strong".
You can also get your own personalized Chinese name based on your English name.