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surname Wu / area comprising southern Jiangsu, northern Zhejiang and Shanghai / name of states in Southern China at different historical periods
Soochow University (Suzhou, PRC from 1900-1952) / Soochow University (Taipei, Taiwan since 1954)
Eastern Wu (222-280) / the southern state of Wu during the Three Kingdoms period, founded by Sun Quan 孫權|孙权
Wu Yong, character of 水滸傳|水浒传, nicknamed Resourceful Star 智多星
Wu state (in south China, in different historical periods) / Wu state 220-280, founded by Sun Quan 孫權|孙权 the southernmost of the three Kingdoms
Wuxing district of Huzhou city 湖州市, Zhejiang
Angkor Wat, temple complex in Cambodia
Wu Jianhao or Vanness Wu (1978-), Taiwan pop star and actor, F4 band member
Wujiang county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
Wuqi county in Yan'an 延安, Shaanxi
Wuzi, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书, written by Wu Qi 吳起|吴起
southern states of Wu and Chu / the middle and lower Yangtze valley
Wu Zun or Chun Wu (1979-), Bruneian actor, vocalist of Fei Lun Hai (Fahrenheit)
Wuzhong district of Suzhou city 蘇州市|苏州市, Jiangsu
Goh Chok Tong (1941-), Singapore businessman and politician, prime minister 1990-2004
Wu Yi (1938-), one of four vice-premiers of the PRC State Council
Francis Ng Chun-Yu (1961-), Hong Kong actor
Wujiang county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
states of south China in different historical periods / proverbially perpetual arch-enemies
Wuzhong district of Suzhou city 蘇州市|苏州市, Jiangsu
Wuzhong prefecture level city in Ningxia
History of the Southern States Wu and Yue (traditional rivals), compiled by Han historian Zhao Ye 趙曄|赵晔, 10 extant scrolls
Wu Cheng'en (1500-1582), author (or compiler) of novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
Wuxing district of Huzhou city 湖州市, Zhejiang
Wusong river and dock area in Shanghai
Wu Sangui (1612-1678), Chinese general who let the Manchus into China and helped them establish the Qing Dynasty, later leading a revolt against Qing in an effort to start his own dynasty
Wu dialects (spoken primarily in Shanghai and surrounding areas)
Sunwu county in Heihe 黑河, Heilongjiang
Wu Qi (440-381 BC), military leader and politician of the Warring States Period (475-220 BC), author of Wuzi 吳子|吴子, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书
Wuqi county in Yan'an 延安, Shaanxi
Wu county in Jiangsu
Wu Yuzhang (1878-1966), writer, educator and communist politician
Go Seigen (1914-2014), Go player
Wu Mengchao (1922-), Chinese medical scientist and surgeon specializing in liver and gallbladder disorders
Wu Guanzheng (1938-), former CPC Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
Ankorwat, Cambodia
Wu Bangguo (1941-), PRC electrical engineer and politician, polituro member from 2002
Wuqiao county in Cangzhou 滄州|沧州, Hebei
Wuzhong prefecture level city in Ningxia
Wu Renbao (1928-2013), former CPC chief of Huaxi Village 華西村|华西村, responsible for turning it into a modern rich community
Wu Jingzi (1701-1754), Qing dynasty novelist, author of The Scholars 儒林外史
Wu Han (1909-1969), historian, author of biography of Zhu Yuanzhang 朱元璋, hounded to his death together with several members of his family during the cultural revolution
Wuchuan county level city in Zhanjiang 湛江, Guangdong
King Helu of Wu (-496 BC, reigned 514-496 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸 / also called 吳王闔廬|吴王阖庐
Wubu County in Yulin 榆林, Shaanxi
pleasant-sounding Wu dialect
Wuchuan county level city in Zhanjiang 湛江, Guangdong
Wu Renchen (1628-1689), Qing dynasty polymath and historian, author of History of Ten States of South China 十國春秋|十国春秋
Wubu County in Yulin 榆林, Shaanxi
Wuqiao county in Cangzhou 滄州|沧州, Hebei
Wu Jianren (1867-1910), late Qing dynasty novelist, author of The strange state of the world witnessed over 20 years 二十年目睹之怪現狀|二十年目睹之怪现状
Wu Tianming (1939-), PRC film director
Wu Zimu (lived c. 1270), writer at the end of the Song dynasty
Sunwu county in Heihe 黑河, Heilongjiang
Wuqi town and county, Shaanxi / old spelling of Wuqi 吳起|吴起
Wuqi county, Shaanxi / old spelling of 吳起縣|吴起县
King Helu of Wu (-496 BC, reigned 514-496 BC) / also called 吳王闔閭|吴王阖闾
Wu Yonggang (1907-1982), Chinese film director
cow from Wu is terrified by the moon, mistaking it for the sun
lit. head in Wu and tail in Chu (idiom); fig. close together / head-to-tail / one thing starts where the other leaves off
the sky hangs low over the Yangtze, empty as far as the eye can see (idiom); nothing to see to the broad horizon
to beg while playing the xiao (mouth organ) / cf Wu Zixu 伍子胥, destitute refugee from Chu , busked in Wu town c. 520 BC, then became a powerful politician
General Lü Meng 呂蒙|吕蒙 of the southern state of Wu (idiom); model of self-improvement by diligent study (from unlettered soldier to top strategist of Wu)
pleasant-sounding Wu dialect / also written 吳儂軟語|吴侬软语
Wu Jiajing (1618-1684), early Qing dynasty poet
Ankor Dynasty of Cambodia, 802-1431
Wu and Yue in the same boat (idiom); fig. cooperation between natural rivals / to collaborate towards a common end / in the same boat together


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