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Hello How Are You in Chinese / Japanese...

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Hello

Japan haroo
Hello

ハロー is the English "hello" transliterated into Japanese Katakana.


Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Hello / Ni Hao

China nǐ hǎo
Hello / Ni Hao

你好 is the day to day way to say hello in Chinese.

The characters literally mean, "You good?" It's sort of the equivalent of "What's up?" in English, where nobody expects an actual answer.

This explanation is here for educational purposes only. 你好 is an oral word which is not appropriate for a scroll (not a bad meaning, just very odd for a wall scroll).

Konichiwa

Japan konichiwa
Konichiwa

This colloquial Japanese greeting means hello, or good day.

こにちわ is the common greeting for daytime or afternoon (after morning, before the sun sets).


Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Hiragana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Namaste - Greeting

China hé shí
Japan gou juu
Namaste - Greeting

The word namaste comes from Sanskrit and is a common greeting in the Hindi and Nepali languages exchanged by devout Hindu or Buddhist people in Southern Asia (especially India).

Here you can see the Chinese form (and Japanese but not well-known in Japan) of this word which is used describe a Buddhist (or Hindu) greeting with palms closed together in a prayerful manner, generally at chest level. However, this selection of characters describes the act, and is not a word spoken during the greeting. In fact, words or a greeting is seldom spoken when two Chinese or Japanese Buddhists meet. The greeting is silent, and respectful but composed completely of body language.

Note that the greeting namaste as well as the act of placing palms together are used both as a hello and goodbye (kind of like the word aloha in Hawaiian).


If you are looking for a welcoming hello and goodbye, you may want to consider gassho or a simple welcome.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

你好

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Mandarin nǐ hǎo / ni3 hao3
Taiwan ni hao
Namaste - Greeting
Chinese Hello!; Hi!; How are you?

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Helloハローharoo / haro
Hello
Ni Hao
你好nǐ hǎo / ni3 hao3 / ni hao / nihao
Konichiwaこにちわkonichiwa
Namaste - Greeting合十gou juu / goujuu / go ju / gojuhé shí / he2 shi2 / he shi / heshiho shih / hoshih



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