How to write my name in Chinese Calligraphy?

On January 24, 2012, in Chinese Art, by admin

I’m trying to figure out how to write my Chinese name which in English is

Mun Kit Wong

Wong=family name
Mun and Kit are my Given names
Awesome thanks.

Yes it is Cantonese, and the translation you’ve got for Mun Kit is what I’ve managed to come up with thanks, although my character for Wong is different

Are the names Mun Kit based on Cantonese or Mandarin as spoken language? It sounds like Cantonese-based to me, so I’ll assume that for now:

Wong = 王 (same character in both traditional and simplified form)
Mun Kit = 文傑 (traditional form) / 文杰 (simplified form)

This would be the most likely name that I can think of.

* Update *

Ah, so your surname is of this Wong? –> 黄

 

One Response to How to write my name in Chinese Calligraphy?

  1. xalynn says:

    Are the names Mun Kit based on Cantonese or Mandarin as spoken language? It sounds like Cantonese-based to me, so I’ll assume that for now:

    Wong = 王 (same character in both traditional and simplified form)
    Mun Kit = 文傑 (traditional form) / 文杰 (simplified form)

    This would be the most likely name that I can think of.

    * Update *

    Ah, so your surname is of this Wong? –> 黄
    References :

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