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How do write the Cantonese name below in Chinese? I only know them in the

  • Ho Ling (first name, I only know the "English phonetic version")
  • Cheung (last name)
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"cheung" is a common cantonese surname, most of the time, it's

張 (u+5f35), 章 (u+7ae0), or 蔣 (u+8523)

about "ho ling", there're choices:

"ho" - 豪, 濠, 浩, 灝, 顥, 好

"ling" - 玲, 凌, 靈, 齡, 翎, 令

have fun :)

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In case it's Cantonese (which looks like it):

Ho Ling - 何玲 / 可玲 (I should add that there are actually multiple words that can be fit into these phonetic)

Cheung - 張 / 蔣

  • It is Cantonese! – user18848 Jan 8 '18 at 21:17
  • @samsepi0l thanks like mentioned there are a few words that can be pronounced as 'ho' and 'ling' so without more info all you can do is take a guess – Alex Jan 8 '18 at 21:36
  • I've found out that the above are not correct and that both words used in the name "Ho Ling" in this instance are not common words :( – user18848 Jan 9 '18 at 14:14

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