|Location||In and round & about a Chinese Restaurant|
|Unlockable||Unlocked by Default|
|Recommended Bots|| TS2|
Jacque de la Morte
Time Assassin Cortez
|Recommended Weapons|| TS2|
Silenced Luger (x2)
Tommy Gun (x2)
Machine Gun (x2)
Chinese appears in all three games; however in each game, it changes its appearance. In the original TimeSplitters the colour of the curtains on the walls and the lamps are red, there is a chair in the basement but no tunnel.
In TimeSplitters 2, the colour scheme is green (posing that there is a new year) and one of the cupboards in the basement has moved.
In TimeSplitters Future Perfect, there is a tunnel connection the basement to outside as well as the chair being gone.
All versions have the same layout bar the tunnel from TimeSplitters Future Perfect. The main lobby is a moderately open room with a gong at the end. Upstairs progresses to two dining rooms with Chinese décor. Each dining room has a door that leads to some toilets. One of the dining room's door also leads to the kitchen; the other dining room leads to an auxiliary room. The kitchen leads to the basement as well as each side of the outdoor passageway.
The outside section consists of a perimeter passageway, an oriental garden and a small open building next to it.
- Chinese also has possibly the largest window pane in the games; it can be found in the customer entrance above the doors.
- There's blood in both bathrooms and on the chair in the basement.
- In the main lobby there is a gong which the player can melee or shoot to produce a gong noise. Strangely, in Future Perfect, the gong cannot be punched and must be shot.
- In TimeSplitters 2, if you are looking at dead characters and a lot of plates break in the kitchen, the bodies will suddenly disappear.