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to open up / to spread / sheet of paper / classifier for flat objects, sheet / classifier for votes
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surname Zhang
Zhangjiajie prefecture level city in Hunan, formerly Dayong 大庸
Zhangjiakou prefecture level city in Hebei
Zhangjiagang county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
to post (a notice) / to advertise
Zhangye prefecture level city in Gansu
John Doe / Zhang San, name for an unspecified person, first of a series of three: 張三|张三, 李四, 王五 Tom, Dick and Harry
to open one's mouth (to eat, speak etc) / to gape / to start talking (esp. to make a request)
tension
to open one's mouth (to speak, esp. to make a request) / to gape
to open up / to spread / to extend
Zhang Hua (232-300), Western Jin writer, poet and politician / Zhang Hua (1958-1982), student held up as a martyr after he died saving an old peasant from a septic tank / other Zhang Hua's too numerous to mention
Zhangjiakou prefecture level city in Hebei
Zhangwan district of Shiyan city 十堰市, Hubei
Zhang Yang (1967-), PRC film director and screenwriter
to display ostentatiously / to bring out into the open / to make public / to spread around / flamboyant / brash
Zhangjiagang county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
Zhangye prefecture level city in Gansu
Jacky Cheung or Hok Yau Jacky (1961-), Cantopop and film star
Zhang Yi (-309 BC), political strategist of the School of Diplomacy 縱橫家|纵横家 during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC)
Zhang Fei (168-221), general of Shu and blood-brother of Liu Bei in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, famous as fearsome fighter and lover of wine
to look around / to peep (through a crack) / to peer at / to throw a look at
Zhang Xu (probably early 8th century), Tang dynasty poet and calligrapher, most famous for his grass script 草書|草书
Leslie Cheung (1956-2003), Hong Kong singer and actor
Cecilia Cheung (1980-), Hong Kong actress and pop singer
Zhang Ning (1975-), PRC female badminton player and Olympic gold medalist
Zhangdian District of Zibo city 淄博市, Shandong
Zhangjiajie prefecture level city in Hunan
Zhang Bao (-184), leader of the Yellow Turban rebels during the late Han 漢朝|汉朝
brash / insolent / frantic
Zhang Jue (-184), leader of the Yellow turban rebels during the late Han
to be decorated with lanterns and colored banners (idiom)
Angela Chang (1982-), Taiwanese pop singer and actress
Eileen Chang (1920-1995), famous Chinese-American novelist
Chang Chen (1976-), Taiwanese film actor
Zhang Yimou (1950-), PRC film director
Zhang Dan (1985-), Chinese figure skater
Zhang Ji (767-830), Tang Dynasty poet
Zhangdian District of Zibo city 淄博市, Shandong
Zhang Heng (78-139) great Han dynasty astronomer and mathematician
Zhangbei county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
Zhang Qian (-114 BC), Han dynasty explorer of 2nd century BC
A-Mei, aka Gulilai Amit (1972-), aboriginal Taiwanese pop singer
Maggie Cheung (1964-), Hong Kong actress
Zhang Bin (1979-), CCTV sports presenter
tensor (math.)
Zhang Yi (1608-1695), prolific author and poet spanning interregnum between Ming and Qing
to bare fangs and brandish claws (idiom); to make threatening gestures
to take care of / to raise money / to attend to (guests, customers etc)
Zhang Xueliang (1901-2001) son of Fengtian clique warlord, then senior general for the Nationalists and subsequently for the People's Liberation Army
Chang Dai-chien or Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), one of the greatest Chinese artists of the 20th century
Zhang Xun (1854-1923), Qing loyalist general who attempted to restore the abdicated emperor Puyi 溥儀|溥仪 to the throne in the Manchu Restoration of 1917 張勳復辟|张勋复辟
tension and relaxation
Zhangbei county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
Zhang Jingchu (1980-), PRC actress
to be troubled / to be concerned
Zhang Zizhong (1891-1940), Chinese National Revolutionary Army general during the Second Sino-Japanese War
Zhang Yining (1981-), PRC female table tennis player and Olympic gold medalist
Cho Chang (Harry Potter)
Jang Song-taek (1946-2013), brother-in-law of Kim Jong-il 金正日, uncle and mentor of Kim Jong-un 金正恩, in 2013 accused of being a counter-revolutionary and executed
four proverbial names / Tom, Dick and Harry
Chamberlain (name) / Wilt Chamberlain (1936-1999), US basketball player
Zhang Juzheng (1525-1582), Grand Secretary during the Ming dynasty, credited with bringing the dynasty to its apogee
Zhang Tingyu (1672-1755), Qing politician, senior minister to three successive emperors, oversaw compilation of History of the Ming Dynasty 明史 and the Kangxi Dictionary 康熙字典
Zhang Zhidong (1837-1909), prominent politician in late Qing
Zhang Dejiang (1946-), PRC politician
agape and tongue-tied (idiom); at a loss for words / gaping and speechless
Zhang Zuolin (c. 1873-1928), warlord of Manchuria 1916-1928
Zhangwan district of Shiyan city 十堰市, Hubei
Zhang Ruoxu (c. 660-720), Tang dynasty poet, author of yuefu poem River on a spring night 春江花月夜
to hang up (a picture, banner, mosquito net etc)
Zhangjiakou prefecture in Hebei
lit. to put Zhang's hat on Li's head / to attribute sth to the wrong person (idiom) / to confuse one thing with another
Zhang Xianzhong (1606-1647), leader of a late-Ming peasant revolt
Zhang Tianyi (1906-1985), children's writer, author of prize-winning fairy tale Secret of the Magic Gourd 寶葫蘆的秘密|宝葫芦的秘密
to open one's eyes wide
Zhang Guotao (1897-1979), Chinese communist leader in the 1920s and 1930s, defected to Guomindang in 1938
Zhang Gaoli (1946-), PRC politician
Zhang Chang, official and scholar of the Western Han dynasty
Zhang Zeduan (1085-1145), Song dynasty painter
Iris Chang (1968-2004), Chinese American historian and author of the Rape of Nanjing
Zhang Wentian (1900-1976), CCP party leader and theorist
Zhang Zhizhong (1890-1969), National Revolutionary Army general
Zhang the Third and Li the Fourth (idiom) / Tom, Dick and Harry
alarmed / flustered
Zhang Zhixin (1930-1975) female revolutionary and martyr, who followed the true Marxist-Leninist line as a party member, and was arrested in 1969, murdered in 1975 after opposing the counterrevolutionary party-usurping conspiracies of Lin Biao and the Gang of Four, and only rehabilitated posthumously in 1979
Zhang Pu (1602-1641), Ming dynasty scholar and prolific writer, proponent of 複社|复社 cultural renewal movement, author of Five tombstone inscriptions 五人墓碑記|五人墓碑记
Zhang Chunqiao (1917-2005), one of the Gang of Four
Zhanjiachuan Huizu autonomous county in Gansu
Zhang Tailei (1898-1927), founding member of Chinese communist party
Jung Chang (1952-), British-Chinese writer, name at birth Zhang Erhong 張二鴻|张二鸿, author of Wild Swans 野天鵝|野天鹅 and Mao: The Unknown Story 毛澤東·鮮為人知的故事|毛泽东·鲜为人知的故事
Zhang Yizhi (-705), Tang dynasty politician and favorite of Empress Wu Zetian 武則天|武则天
panic-stricken (idiom) / to be in a flustered state / also written 張惶失措|张惶失措
Manchu Restoration of 1917, an attempt by general 張勳|张勋 to reinstate the monarchy in China by restoring the abdicated emperor Puyi 溥儀|溥仪 to the throne
variant of 張皇|张皇
Zhang Sengyou (active c. 490-540), one of the Four Great Painters of the Six Dynasties 六朝四大家
Zhangye prefecture, Gansu (old term) / Zhangye prefecture level city 張掖市|张掖市 (district in Gansu)
lit. the Zhangs are better off than the Lis (idiom); to gossip about the neighbors
Zhang Yi (c. 3rd century), literary figure from Wei of the Three Kingdoms, other name 稚讓|稚让, named as compiler of earliest extant Chinese encyclopedia 廣雅|广雅 and several lost works
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