Which Chinese Character Are You?
With several thousand logograms, or Hanzi, learning Chinese can be daunting. We'll save you the step and tell you which character best represents you.
Who raised you?
Complete this sentence: Age before ___.
What is your favorite Chinese dish?
What's your cure for the blues?
Choose your favorite fortune:
What's the first thing you look for in a potential mate?
Where do you want to be in five years?
(pronounced ài (ay-ee))
Joy dwells in your heart. The world is an open book waiting for your to read it. But love is a two way street, so allow the traffic to flow around you like a mother whispering to her infant.
(pronounced ān (aan))
Like lilies floating in a pond on a beautiful summer afternoon, you are content with the universe around you. Nurture and balance your sense of serenity by reciprocating it.
Strength (pronunciation lì (lee))
With a boundless determination, you walk the path of most resistance, no matter the cost. In the end, you will persevere by understanding that your biggest strength is knowing your own weakness.
(Pronounced: xīng (sīng))
With a fire in your belly, you tackle this world's weary tasks and joyous ones with equal abandon. Be careful, though, as the spark from your words can carry warmth but also disaster.
(pronounced: jīngshén (jiyung-shuen))
Fortune is a babbling brook flowing all around you. It's fine to let some of it rub off on others, as long as you don't let them divert your flow for selfish means.
(pronounced: yuè (yue-ah))
Often walking around with your head in the clouds, you watch over those around you. In order to keep yourself humble, though, make sure to walk with the tides.