"I'm alright." "I'm good." "Same as always." "Terrible."
Just like in English, there are many ways to say how you are doing in Chinese.
Naturally, your response to "How are you?" in Mandarin Chinese depends on the situation:
Summary Of Top 10 Essential Responses to “HOW ARE YOU?” in Mandarin Chinese From The Video Above
Essential Responses to “HOW ARE YOU?” in Mandarin Chinese
hěn zāo gāo.
Terrible / Very bad.
bù tài hǎo.
Not so good.
yī bān bān.
hái kě yǐ.
tǐng hǎo de.
fēi cháng hǎo.
Very good. / Great.
lǎo yàng zi.
Same as always.
You might also find these posts interesting: