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Ang Li (1954-), Taiwanese-American film director (films include Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 臥虎藏龍|卧虎藏龙 and Brokeback Mountain 斷背山|断背山)
Titus Livius or Livy (59 BC-17 AD), Roman historian
Sir Li Ka-shing (1928-), Hong Kong businessman
Lee Teng-hui (1923-), Taiwanese politician, president of ROC 1988-2000
Jonathan Lee (1958-), Taiwanese record producer and songwriter
Li Keqiang (1955-), PRC politician, prime minister from 2013
Otto Braun (1900-1974), Comintern adviser to the Chinese communist party 1932-1939
Li Tie (1977-), footballer
Li Qingzhao (1084-c. 1151), southern Song female poet
Li Si (c. 280-208 BC), Legalist philosopher, calligrapher and prime minister of Qin kingdom and Qin dynasty from 246 to 208 BC
Li Jun, fictional character from 水滸傳|水浒传
Bruce Lee (1940-1973), Hong Kong actor and martial arts expert
Li Bing (c. 3rd century BC) hydraulic engineer who designed the Dujiangyan 都江堰 irrigation system in Sichuan
Li Bai (701-762), famous Tang Dynasty poet
Li Na (1982-), Chinese tennis player, first Asian player to win a Grand Slam singles title (2011 French Open women's singles)
Li Ning (1963-), PRC gymnast, winner of three gold medals at Los Angeles 1984 Olympic games
Ferenc (Franz) Liszt (1811-1886), Hungarian composer / Joseph Lister (1883-1897), British surgeon and bacteriologist
Coco Lee (1975-), pop singer, songwriter and actress
Yuan T. Lee (1936-), Taiwanese-born Chemist and Nobel Prize winner in 1986
Lee Kuan Yew (1923-2015), founding father of modern Singapore, prime minister 1959-1990
Li Guang (-119 BC), Han dynasty general, nicknamed Flying General 飛將軍|飞将军 and much feared by the Xiongnu 匈奴
Lie group (math.)
Li Zhe, personal name of fourth Tang Emperor Zhongzong 唐中宗 (656-710), reigned 705-710
Li Heng, personal name of thirteenth Tang emperor Muzong 穆宗 (795-824), reigned 821-825
Li Bingbing (1973-), PRC film actress and pop star
Li Shizhen (1518-1593), Ming botanist and pharmacologist, author of Compendium of Medical Herbs 本草綱目|本草纲目
the Korean Yi or Lee Dynasty (1392-1910)
plum / CL: 個|个
Li Lianjie or Jet Li (1963-), martial arts sportsman, subsequently film star and director
Li Shangyin (c. 813-858), Tang poet
Michele Monique Reis (1970-) actress, model and former Miss Hong Kong & Miss Chinese International
Li Yapeng (1971-), PRC actor
Robin Li (1968-), founder and CEO of Baidu 百度, a PRC Internet company
Levi's (brand)
Kai-Fu Lee (1961-), Taiwanese computer scientist and IT executive, founding president of Google China 2005-2009
Lee Hsien Loong (1952-), Singapore PAP politician, eldest son of Lee Kuan Yew 李光耀, prime minister from 2004
Li Yuchun aka Chris Lee (1984-), Chinese pop singer
Listeria monocytogene
Iron-Crutch Li, one of the Eight Immortals 八仙 in Chinese mythology, walking around with an iron crutch and carrying a gourd with special medicine
Li Hung-chang or Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), Qing dynasty general, politician and diplomat
Richard Li (1966-), Hong Kong businessman and philanthropist
Li Heng, personal name of eighth Tang emperor Suzong 肅宗|肃宗 (711-762), reigned 756-762
Li Yu (c. 937-978), given name of the final ruler of Tang of the Five Southern dynasties Li Houzhu 李後主|李后主, a renowned poet
Li Boyuan or Li Baojia 李寶嘉|李宝嘉 (1867-1906), late Qing journalist, novelist and social observer, author of Observations on the current state of officialdom 官場現形記|官场现形记
Li Jiancheng (589-626), eldest son of first Tang emperor Li Yuan 唐高祖李淵|唐高祖李渊, murdered by his brother 李世民 in the Xuanwu Gate coup 玄武門之變|玄武门之变 / Professor Li Jiancheng (1993-), geophysicist and specialist in satellite geodesy
Li Zicheng (1605-1645), leader of peasant rebellion at the end of the Ming Dynasty
Li Zhi, personal name of third Tang emperor Gaozong 唐高宗, (628-683), reigned 649-683
Li He (790-816), Tang poet and author of 南园十三首
Li Peng (1928-), leading PRC politician, prime minister 1987-1998, reportedly leader of the conservative faction advocating the June 1989 Tiananmen clampdown
plum tree
Danny Lee Sau-Yin (1953-), Hong Kong actor and director
Li Ang, personal name of fifteenth Tang emperor Wenzong 文宗 (809-840), reigned 827-840
Licang district of Qingdao city 青島市|青岛市, Shandong
Li Jing (570-649 AD), Tang Dynasty general and purported author of "Duke Li of Wei Answering Emperor Taizong of Tang" 唐太宗李衛公問對|唐太宗李卫公问对, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书
Brandon Lee (1965-1993), American actor, son of Bruce Lee
Li Houzhu (c. 937-978), the final Southern Tang ruler (ruled 961-975) and a renowned poet / given name Li Yu 李煜
Licang district of Qingdao city 青島市|青岛市, Shandong
Li Xiannian (1909-1992), PRC general and politician
Li Dazhao (1889-1927), early Chinese Marxist and founding member of the communist party
lit. the plum tree withers in place of the peach tree / to substitute one thing for another / to carry the can for sb
Li Tianlu (1910-1998), Taiwanese master puppeteer
Li Minyong (1947-), Taiwanese poet
Li Jilan or Li Ye 李冶 (713-784), Tang dynasty female poet
Lao Zi
King Lear, 1605 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
Lizhu, personal name of twenty-first and last Tang emperor Aidi 哀帝 (892-908), reigned 904-907
Li Yu (1611-c. 1680), late Ming and early Qing writer and dramatist
Li Yuan, personal name of first Tang emperor Gaozu 唐高祖 (566-635), reigned 618-626
Lee Lai-Shan (1970-), former windsurfing world champion from Hong Kong
Li Fang (925-996), scholar between Tang and Song dynasties, author of fictional history
Joseon, last Korean dynasty (1392-1910)
Joseph Needham (1900-1995), British biochemist and author of Science and Civilization in China
Li Si, name for an unspecified person, second of a series of three: 張三|张三, 李四, 王五 Tom, Dick and Harry
Li Ling (-74 BC), Han dynasty general whose defeat by the Xiongnu 匈奴 in 104 BC led to a major scandal
Syngman Rhee (1875-1965), US trained Korean politician and dictator, president of Republic of Korea 1948-1960
Li Ruihuan (1934-), former Chinese politician
Li Kuo, personal name of tenth Tang emperor Dezong 德宗, (742-805), reigned 779-805
Li Kui (455-395 BC), legalist philosopher and statesman of Wei state 魏國|魏国
Li Wei Gong / Duke Li of Wei, official title of Li Jing 李靖
Li Lanqing (1932-), PRC politician
Li Fuchun (1900-1975), communist politician
Li Ao (774-836), Tang dynasty scholar and writer, colleague of Han Yu 韓愈 in promoting classical writing 古文運動|古文运动
Yi Seong-gye (1335-1408), founder and first king of Korean Yi dynasty (1392-1910)
Li Yu, personal name of ninth Tang emperor Taizong 代宗 (727-779), reigned 762-779
the pagoda bearing god
Li Ye, personal name of twentieth Tang emperor Zhaozong 昭宗 (867-904), reigned 888-904
Li Changchun (1944-), PRC politician
Li Chen, personal name of seventeenth Tang emperor Xuanzong 宣宗 (810-859), reigned 846-859
Li Chongmao, personal name of fifth Tang emperor Shang 唐殤帝|唐殇帝 (c. 695-715), reigned 710
Li Baiyao (565-648), Tang dynasty writer and historian, compiler of History of Qi of the Northern dynasties 北齊書|北齐书
Li Yanshou (fl. 650), compiler of History of the Southern 南史 and Northern Dynasties 北史
Li Delin (530-590), historian of Northern Wei and Sui dynasty
Li Boyuan 李伯元 or Li Baojia (1867-1906), late Qing journalist, novelist and social observer, author of Observations on the current state of officialdom 官場現形記|官场现形记
Li Linfu (-752), Tang politician, chancellor under Tang emperor Xuanzong 玄宗
Li Dan, personal name of sixth Tang emperor Ruizong 唐睿宗 (662-716), reigned 684-690 and 710-712
Claude Lévi-Strauss (1908-2009), French social anthropologist
Liu Shutong (1880-1942), painter, Buddhist monk and distinguished figure in New Culture Movement 新文化運動|新文化运动 after the Xinhai Revolution 辛亥革命 of 1911

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