1. Christoph Yew
    May 20, 2016 @ 5:55 pm

    I disagree that 你好 is never used by Chinese. It is the standard when used in a more formal or business setting e.g. when business partners or strangers are introduced. In such a setting it is often followed by 您贵姓. Btw. I think 您贵姓 could also work as a standalone greeting to which you can answer 免贵姓(surname). Other (informal) ways of greeting that come to my mind include 你干嘛呀去,诶.

  2. How to Say Hello In Chinese — gtaespana
    July 23, 2016 @ 5:51 pm

    […] https://chinesepod.com/blog/how-to-say-hello-i… →If you’ve ever read or been a part of a forum on the subject, you know that it has been decided that using 你好| nǐ hǎo isn’t a very native way to greet someone in … […]