Help Needed for a special case!
I am Chinese male whose name is Lu Wang. Lu (路) is the first name , it means "path". Wang (王) is the last name, it means "king". I lived in America for many years since my early 20. I am 5’8, looking fine (7 out of 10 rated by myself and a few others), have light accent speaking English. I am going to be naturalized, changing name is an option in the process, and I am not sure if I should change my name or if yes what to change to. I am not sure if name is foreign/strange for Americans and makes it harder to be assimilated, if changing it will make it easier, I would like to change my name. One thing about Chinese name is they are written in charactors, not by any spelling. The spelling of my original name is merely romanization of the Chinese charactors by an artificial rules called "PinYin". A bit more background: My name sounds more like Lu Wong instead of Lu Wang for americans.
So my first question is if I need to change my name based on the above considerations.
The second question is if yes for the first question, what name suggestion do you have?
Options I can think of is,
A. Lucas, B Louis, C Luke, D Lu
Last name option:
A King, B Wang
Sorry for the long question but really do not know what to do! Thanks a million!
Sun, 04/07/2019 - 11:43pm