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http://www.Transname.com Chinese Tattoo Artist will custom translate your phrase,name or words into beautiful calligraphy. Free symbols available too.

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  • PercussivePercussion 6 years ago

    To people who want to get a chinese tattoo. Please understand Chinese is a DIFFERENT LANGUAGE. That means not everything can be translated literally. Single characters don’t have as much meaning as you may think they do. Chinese people will look at it just like you would view a Chinese person with the English letters “pretty”. If you don’t want to look like a white wannabe, I suggest using Chinese proverbs, 4 character passages that DO have a lot of meaning and beauty.

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    No it is not weird. Many non Asians get Chinese tattoos because it looks like a nice tribal tattoo to those who cannot read it, but it does have a meaning behind it. They actually like the fact that the meaning is not so obvious. If you can’t read Chinese, you actually have to ask that person what his/her tattoo means.

  • LINX29X92 6 years ago

    i want to get the chinese symbol for hope on my arm… is it weird if i get that and im not chinese or of asian decent

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    Yes, a client requested that specifically

  • 死裡逃生???
    

  • KidzRevengezZz 6 years ago

    Kanji chinese tattoos!
    

  • KidzRevengezZz 6 years ago

    Kanji chinese tattoos!

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    Yes, many do.

  • xxmcneilxx 6 years ago

    Do Chinese people get English sayings tattooed on their bodies?

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    you can see the page on sayings at site address shown at top right corner of this page

  • happy234ifyify 6 years ago

    I got 6 chinese charcters and a dragon tatted tuesday on my right arm,the chinese charcters came out smaller then what i wanted but i still like it. I want get another one on my left arm but im not to sure on the saying i want is there any really good sayings you could recomend

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    Chinese is traditionally written vertically (top to bottom) so there is no doubt as to which character comes first. But with later western influence, it is also written horizontally, but some do it right to left some do it left to right (more common). If it is a long paragraph, it is easy to tell which direction it should be read from (left to right or right to left). But for a short phrase or name, there might be some mix up. It is thus best to use the vertical alignment- top to bottom.

  • wincottm 6 years ago

    so when chinese characters are tattooed on you the charqacters are always placed underneath each other?

  • ssm44 6 years ago

    thank you for the info

  • ssm44 6 years ago

    thank you for the info

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    TangTiantian1990’s answer is correct. Or if you want to use just a single character, then use simply this one: 記. You can order it and choose your calligraphy style from our site .See link to our site at top right corner of this page

  • TangTiantian1990 6 years ago

    铭记?

  • ssm44 6 years ago

    does anyone know if there is a chinese character meaning always remember

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    You are right, but most people who are not familiar with the Chinese language will call them symbols. To learn more about Chinese characters, you can go to my site. See link to my site at top right corner of this page

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    Thanks. This is the grass style- available only from our site .See link to our site at top right corner of this page

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    Thanks. This is the grass style- available only from our site

  • rovaj13 6 years ago

    Beautiful…0:48 – is this cursive style calligraphy?

  • rovaj13 6 years ago

    0:48 is this cursive style calligraphy? looks beautifull

  • rovaj13 6 years ago

    0:48 .. is this some kind of cursive style calligraphy ? It looks beautiful…

  • Tiquion 6 years ago

    cool

  • ChineseTattoo 6 years ago

    costs only $3 from the standard character list and $10 for custom translation at my site. Check out the link I posted at the top right corner of this page

  • John Doe 6 years ago

    i have chinese symbols up my whole forearm and it was 150$

  • kevin lei 6 years ago

    how much dose a tattoo costs anyways like three 1/2 inch chinese words cost?