Haha, it's a long story, but the short answer is no.
Let me guess, your real name is Elly Lee? Direct translation from the pronounciation of your Chinese name!
Here's the long-winded version of it, though: (can't leave you hanging, now can I?)
Interestingly enough, for a Chinese child, I received my Western name first (I say Western, because it's actually French). My French godfather named me Helene (with accents, which I have since dropped). My parents then developed/made whatever you want to call it, my Chinese name, 李艾灵. Notice how it is different to what I have on the stamp...
This was the name that I had for the first year or so of my life. After that, I began to talk, and apparently, refused to call myself by that name. I would (allegedly) point to myself and say "ai lei" instead, and no matter what my parents did, refused to change the way I said it. My parents, open-minded as they are, caved in, and changed my name to 李艾蕾.
So there you have it, I basically named myself as a one year old, and my parents just went along with it. That's why my Chinese and English(French) name are different. Not that it really matters, since my Chinese name isn't even on my passport or anything else. Sometimes, older relatives still call me by my old Chinese name when they forget. My dad also uses it when he gets very angry and forgets as well.