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Chinese Symbol for Personality

December 19th, 2012 - by sheryl


The famous Chinese psychologist Zhang Peng said in his book that there are eighteen different kinds of  environment, and each environment has four corresponding personalities. Thus, there are about seventy-two kinds of personalities.  Now, we are going to list the most common Chinese symbols to describe a person.

Positive Characters

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Chinese symbol for optimism.

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Chinese symbol for liveliness. It’s usually used to describe active actions.

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Chinese symbol for kind or goodness.

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Chinese symbol for honest.

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Chinese symbol for smart.

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Chinese symbol for outgoing.

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Chinese symbol for resolute or decisive.

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Chinese symbol for wisdom.

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Chinese symbol for preciseness.

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Chinese symbol for independent.

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Chinse symbol for diligence.

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Chinese symbol for mature.

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Chinese symbol for agility.

Opposite Characters

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Chinese symbol for pessimistic.

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Chinese symbol for quiet.

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Chinese symbol for selfish.

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Chinese symbol for hypocritical.

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Chinese symbol for dumpishness.

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Chinese symbol for traditional. If someone is tradition, on one hand, it means he or she is stiff and doesn’t make any change even thought times are changed; and on the other hand, it means he or she follows the traditional virtue of Chinese culture.

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Chinese symbol for hesitating.

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Chinese symbol for practice.

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Chinese symbol for easygoing.

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Chinese symbol for dependent.

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Chinese symbol for indolence.

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Chinese symbol for introversive.

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Chinese symbol for simple.This is to describe someone who is pure as a child and don’t have any complicated thoughts.

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Chinese symbol for stiff. This is to describe someone is inflexible in whatever condition even in some situation that should make changes.

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One Response to “Chinese Symbol for Personality”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I would like some pinyin though …

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