"How are you?" "How have you been?" "Are you OK..?"
Just like in English, there are many ways to ask how someone is doing in Chinese.
Naturally, the question you choose depends on the situation:
Summary Of Asking "How are you?" in Chinese From The Video Above
Chinese Expressions of "HOW ARE YOU?"
zuì jìn zěn me yàng？
How's it going? / How have you been lately?
zuì jìn máng xiē shén me？
What have you been busy with lately?
zuì jìn qù nǎr ne？
Where have you been lately?
hái hǎo ba？
Are you all right?
yī qiè shùn lì ma？
Is everything OK?
shùn lì ma？
Did it go well? (You could ask this if someone has attended a job interview or similar)
nǐ zěn me le？
What happened to you?
nǐ bù shū fu ma？
Are you feeling uncomfortable / unwell?
shēn tǐ hǎo ma？
lit. “Is the body good?” (Used to ask how older people are doing.)
shén me shì？
What's the matter? / What's up?
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