you spell names exactly the same in any language so it's Christine. or if you want what it sounds like it's either Kristin or Kristine or Christin or Christine
there are 6 ways to spell Cassie
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Usually, because most Japanese people spell their names with Chinese characters that carry individual meanings.
касие or something to that effect.
凯拉 (Kai la) * please note that your Chinese name doesn't need to sound like your English name. most people usually find meaningful words for their son's/ daughter's Chinese names
Christine Krishnasami has written: 'For a spell'
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The word "fu" is Chinese for "luck" or a form of rhymed literature. It appears in given names and surnames, and in the names of martial arts.
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Christine et Michael pour toujours.
i think you mean: How do you spell it in chinese. That is poor grammer