This knot along with the Four-in-Hand are said to be the two very simplest ones to tie, because of their relatively few moves. This knot is popular among Chinese teens, hence it's name. The knot along with the Oriental Knot, is suitable with wool and thicker ties, and is a symmetric knot.
Drape the tie over your neck, with the reverse side out - the inside of your tie facing outward - and the wide end on your right, extending about a foot below the narrow end of your tie.
Bring the wide end of the tie under the narrow end, from right to left.
Form the front loop of the bow tie by doubling up the shorter end of the tie.
Bring the wide end of the tie through the back of the loop, from the left side to the center. (Refer Step 5 and 6)
Keeping the front of the knot loose with your index finger, pass the wide end of the ties down through the loop in front.
Remove your finger and tighten the knot.
Holding the narrow end of the tie, slide the knot up to the collar as you smooth out any wrinkles in the fabric.