The English translation of Wo Hen Hao, Xie Xie Ni De Guan Xin, Ni Ne is I'm very well, thank you for your concern, and how about you?
I can understand that you had a problem finding the translation for this because when I put it into the translator it didn't understand! I don't know why, maybe it was expecting Chinese symbols.
- Wo Hen Hao 我很好 meaning "I'm very well" This is used in Mandarin. In Cantonese, you can apparently just say 'Ho ho' (but maybe not at Christmas!
- Xie Xie Ni De Guan Xin 谢谢你的关心 meaning "thank you for your concern"
- Ni Ne 你呢 meaning "and how about you?"
Or you could use Ni hao ma = 你好吗？meaning "How are you?"
The Chinese language fascinates me, I would love to learn to speak it but those symbols are just too confusing for me unfortunately. Anyway, I hope I have helped.