Why are Chinese short?
All of the first Chinese emperors were small so that made the whole population shorter. Except yao Ming. Hes big
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All Chinese people are not short. Just like any other races, there are many varieties of sizes, shorter people, and taller people. People who are in Southern China are generally shorter than the people in Northern China. Since some people in Northern China have some small bits of Russian ancestry, they tend to be taller. It all depends! The tallest man in the world is Chinese. There are Chinese who are around 5'10 and 6'0…
No,there is no word in Chinese which pin yin is shongho.because according to Chinese pinyin(拼音) rules ,letters sh can never be followed by letter O.we can see many words in eng like shop ,bishop,short,show etc but in Chinese there is no word,I think u wanna ask shanghuo not shongho wthich means life .
That depends on which dialect you're asking for. Here's an exampl in four of the most commonly spoken Chinese dialects: In Mandarin it's "hǎng" (short "a" sound) In Cantonese it's "long" In Teochew and Hokkien it's "lǎng" Wolf in general is written as 狼 in Chinese. (It's the same in both simplified and traditional writings) 狼 that's what wolf is in Chinese