The most common way to greet people in China is to say “nǐ hǎo”, Chinese often say “nǐ hǎo” to each other at any time of the day. When they are introducing to each other the first sentence is to say “nǐ hǎo”.
Goodbye (zaijian) zài jiàn
To say “goodbye” or “see you late”, say “zàijiàn”, the person’s name or title can also said before or after “zàijiàn”.
Chinese writing is a pictographic, some Chinese writing was developed from simple picture take from nature. Such as mountains, rivers, birds, Animal. The style of writing was change several times and gradually transformed into the characters used today.
Chinese students do not address their teachers as Mr.\Mrs.\Ms.\Miss, instead they use their professional title “Lǎoshī” teacher , their either address their teacher as ‘Lǎoshī’ or say the family name followed by “Lǎoshī” for example, if the teacher’s family name is Zēng, their address him/her as