Chinese character name is very popular recently since the Olympic game 2008 held in China. More and more people get the chances to explore to the Chinese culture especially the Chinese language. Therefore, Chinese character name tattoo is becoming a trend of tattooing too as many people starts to choose a Chinese name and tattoo it on their body. A lot of free Chinese name translation services available online. You have to make sure you double check the meaning of the Chinese you get from them. Most of the translation is software-based. Therefore, the human translation will more likely to generate more accurate Chinese characters based on their meanings. Try your best to understand the Chinese name tattoo meaning you get. Try to read them from left to right and from top to bottom. Get some feeling associated with that particular meaning of the Chinese name tattoos you have acquired. Be careful, some of the tattoo artists might be dishonest since they considered Chinese name tattoo as a joke, in addition, they not really take efforts to know the exact meaning of that Chinese name they gave you. There will be high possibility that you end up by getting the funny, silly and offensive Chinese words Here are some useful Tips to get the most out of your Chinese character name tattoo. It's hard to translate a Chinese name just by referring to the translation books. For example, if your name is Bob Smith and been translated into "BaBu SaMiTa". That's really sounded funny and silly in terms of its meaning and by reading. To avoid such thing happen on you, you have to do extra research in order to get the perfect translation. Try to talk to a Chinese-speaking guy if you plan to get inked with a Chinese name tattoo. Try to ask him to translate your name into Chinese words or ask them the exact meaning of the Chinese name you get from internet or tattoo parlor. Chinese friends and restaurants are the easiest way to get this kind of people. A native Chinese speaker will provide you exactly what you want in your Chinese character name tattoo. You should take the Chinese idiom tattoo into consideration too. Usually Chinese idioms consist of four characters only. You can express your sense of humor with these tattoos and impress people around you. The right front of the Chinese name tattoo is particular crucial to you. The right characters will present meaningful and uniqueness. You need to find the right font as well. Choosing the right font will add uniqueness and meaningful to your name too. In conclusion, just consider Chinese name tattoo as one of the option for your tattoo decision if you really want to add some perfect value to you personality and characteristic.