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Are you interested in call names from other countries, such as Chinese names?

Then you should read this article carefully until the end.

We tell you not only the top Chinese names, but also something about China itself and the mentality of its inhabitants.

Chinese boy names are becoming increasingly popular.

Data, facts & facts about China

The current People’s Republic of China was founded on 1 October 1949 and sees itself as a socialist state located in East Asia.

With a total area of 9.596.960 square kilometres, it is the fourth largest country on earth.

China is also the world’s most populous country, with a population of about 1.4 billion.

It is a major technological and economic power, it has the world’s largest economy and has been an unbroken export world champion since 2010.

The local currency is the renminbi (CNY) and the official languages are High Chinese, Cantonese, English and Portuguese.

Other official regional languages and dialects are also spoken.

China borders the Yellow, East China and South China Seas, and a total of 5,400 islands are among China’s territorial waters.

The landscape consists of high mountain ranges, deserts as well as steppes.

The country borders 14 neighbouring countries because of its huge expansion.

Mount Everest, which the Chinese call Qomolangma, is both China’s tallest mountain and the world, at just under 8,845 metres tall.

It is located on the border with Nepal. With a total length of 6,300 kilometers, the Yangtze River is the largest lake in the country.

How Chinese culture gained global fame?

Chinese cuisine is considered one of the eight best cuisines in the world.

Chinese martial arts is as famous as garden art, with its artistically designed bonsai trees, playful bridges and pavilions.

Chinese puppet and shadow theatre is also world famous, as is the famous Peking Opera.

Chinese tea ceremonies, celebrated with precious Chinese porcelain, find access in the most upscale circles.

With so much world fame, it’s not surprising to give your child Chinese maiden names or Chinese boy names!

What mentality do the Chinese have?

The land of smiles still holds an infinite number of secrets for Europeans to this day.

One is always greeted with a friendly “Ni hao,” which means “Good Day,” with the counterpart smiling, usually in a slightly inflected, modest posture, in which not infrequently the head is inclined.

This is almost subservient to Europeans, but this should by no means be interpreted as concrete, in China.

How should we behave in China?

The greeting of a Chinese person is done with a bow and the necessary restraint.

Appropriate clothing must be worn, especially in the case of business contacts.

To do the same to the Chinese and behave modestly always goes down well.

It is also often seen when eating at the table with the national chopsticks, which pays respect to the host family.

Guest gifts wrapped in red, raw or yellow wrapping paper are just as happy and respectful, as these colours stand for carefree joie de vivre and cheerfulness in China.

The Chinese have a propensity for kitsching, so it can be something extraordinary that you would not bring with you in Europe as a guest gift.

With chocolates or alcoholic specialities of the host country you are always right, equally welcome are giveaways, ballpoint pens and fountain pens in exquisite cases.

On the other hand, close physical contact, touching a person on the head and even a firm handshake are frowned upon.

Brushing your nose at the table is an absolute no go and in no way must flowers be brought to the hosts, this is considered inexicable in China, since you only bring flowers with you to deaths.

It is just as unusual to give watches, because the Chinese believe that the statement should be made: “Your time is up.”

You should never get impatient and avoid any hustle and bustle and stress.

The Chinese exercise patience and are rather calm and balanced, except on the streets of China, where things are loud and hectic.

You also don’t point the finger at a person in China, which is considered rude.

A swing waving with the flat hand, whose palm points down, on the other hand, is fine.

No food may be rejected on the covered board, which is considered an insult.

Likewise, open criticism, loud discussions or even quarrels, as well as the word “no,” are perceived as rude, and China is very sensitive to lack of empathy.

Also arrogance and arrogance are frowned upon, modesty is an extremely important virtue, according to the doctrine of Confucius, according to which most people of China follow.

So you should stack deep rather than let the “big Max” hang out.

If you light a cigarette on yourself, it is assumed that the counterpart is also offered one.

The Most Beautiful Chinese Boy Names

In this video we show you the most beautiful Chinese boy names with meaning.
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Aang

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The peaceful high-flyer

 

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Akuma

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Good Spirit

 

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An tri

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Intelligent

 

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Anjing

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The quiet

 

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Baihu

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The white tiger

 

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Bailong

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The White Dragon

 

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Bao

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Panther

 

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Bo

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The valuable

 

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Cai

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The wealthy

 

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Chang

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The free spirit

 

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Chen

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Treasure

 

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Chi

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The guardian angel

 

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Chonghao

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The wealthy

 

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Dan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The reddish

 

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Feng

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The summit peak

 

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Hao

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Good

 

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Jet

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The black rock

 

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Juan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The brave

 

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Jun

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The talent

 

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Kinay

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: Who loves freedom (The Free)

 

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Kivan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: Who loves life

 

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Kiyan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The King

 

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Li

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Strong

 

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Lian

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The powerful

 

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Liang

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Luminaire

 

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Lien

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Pure

 

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Long

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Dragon

 

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Luan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Lion

 

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Maodeyan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The One with the tiger eyes

 

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Mian

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The welcome

 

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Myae

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Lovely, The Beautiful

 

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Took

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Hero

 

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Naren

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The oceanfront living

 

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Nhat

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Peaceful

 

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Ni

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Panther

 

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Quan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Soldier

 

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Sammo

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The profound

 

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Shijia

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The origin of the sun

 

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Shixin

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The neighbor

 

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Shiyan

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The redhead

 

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Taiji

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Great

 

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Tanju

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The one blessed by Buddha

 

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Tao

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The eternally living

 

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Tian

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Celestial

 

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Wei

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The sublime

 

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Whom

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Beautiful

 

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Yazhen

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The treasure from Asia

 

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Yiu

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: Who was born on Thursday

 

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Yong

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The eternally brave

 

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Yuen

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Moon

 

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Zhaoming

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The Creative

 

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Zhi

Origin: Chinese

Derived from:-

Meaning: The White Man