“What’s your name?”
"What's your name?" is definitely the first English sentence the most Chinese children have learned. Nowadays, almost all the young kids have their own English names during kindergarten.
To be honest, there is no need to ignore your birth names, no matter where you're from. After all, our names carry blessings and expectations from our elder generations.
While growing up, you must have met someone named Apple, Summer, Mary, Candy, Tom or Jack, just like foreigners name themselves as Calabash Brothers, Pigsy, Cowboy, Doggy and Tie Zhuin mandarin.
Therefore, unless your name is such a tongue twister that people in other countries can't even pronounce, it's cool that you don't have a name in foreign languages.
I doubted if it's necessary for Chinese to have English names, but it's the reality now.
Compared to some tacky, weird or funny names, your unique original name is the most valuable gift given to the one and only you in this world.
So, what's the weirdest English name that foreign friends have ever heard? As to Chinese, what funny Chinese names do foreigners have? Let's follow Chengdu Plus's Your Turn filming crew and find out!