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prince / son of a king
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surname Wang
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king or monarch / best or strongest of its type / grand / great
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to rule / to reign over
throne
Wangfujing neighborhood of central Beijing, famous for shopping
the Way of the King / statecraft / benevolent rule / virtuous as opposed to the Way of Hegemon 霸道
princess (in Europe)
trump card
dynasty
crown
prince / marquis / nobleman
royal family / royal household
the law / the law of the land / the law of a state (in former times) / criterion
tortoise / cuckold / (old) male owner of a brothel / pimp
title of king / kingship
queen / CL: 個|个,
Wang Wei (701-761), Tang Dynasty poet
aristocracy
princes and dukes / aristocrat
cowherb (Vaccaria segetalis) / cowherb seeds (used in TCM)
prince's mansion
royalty / royal power
princely
another name for 西王母, Queen Mother of the West
(literary) paternal grandmother
imperial palace
Wanglaoji (beverage brand)
Wayne Wang (1949-), Chinese US film director
children of the nobility
Wangyi District of Tongchuan City 銅川市|铜川市, Shaanxi
Wangyi District of Tongchuan City 銅川市|铜川市, Shaanxi
Wang Dao (276-339), powerful official of Jin dynasty and brother of general Wang Dun 王敦, regent of Jin from 325
Wang Shichong (-621), general of late Sui and opponent of early Tang
bachelor (lit. fifth child of the Wangs)
crown prince / heir to throne
kingdom / realm
Wang Junxia (1973-), Chinese long-distance runner
Wang Qinruo (962-1025), Northern Song dynasty official
Aqua regia
Wang Yifu (1960-), male PRC pistol shooter and Olympic medalist
beneficial influence of the sovereign
Wang code, same as 五筆字型|五笔字型, five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王永民 in 1983
Wang Chong (27-97), rationalist and critical philosopher
Wang Yi (1953-), PRC foreign minister (2013-) and state councilor (2018-)
Wang Zhen (1908-1993), Chinese political figure
Kingdom Hall (place of worship used by Jehovah's Witnesses)
Wang Bi (226-249), Chinese neo-Daoist philosopher
Wang Nan (1978-), female PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist
Joey Wong (1967-), Taiwanese actress
Wang Meng (325-375), prime minister to Fu Jian 苻堅|苻坚 of Former Qin 前秦
Wang Mang (45 BC-23 AD), usurped power and reigned 9-23 between the former and later Han
Wang Dun (266-324), powerful general of Jin dynasty and brother of civil official Wang Dao 王導|王导, subsequently rebellious warlord 322-324
Wang Yangming (1472-1529), Ming dynasty Neo-Confucian philosopher, influential in the School of Mind 心學|心学
Wang Xizhi (303-361), famous calligrapher of Eastern Jin, known as the sage of calligraphy 書聖|书圣
Wang Can (177-217), poet, generally regarded as the most brilliant of "the seven masters of Jian'an" 建安
Wang Ying (character in the "Water Margin")
Wang Ming (1904-1974), Soviet-trained Chinese communist, Comintern and Soviet stooge and left adventurist in the 1930s, fell out with Mao and moved to Soviet Union from 1956
Wang Shifu (fl. 1295-1307), author of Romance of the West Chamber 西廂記|西厢记
Wang Zhizhi (1977-), former Chinese basketball player
Michael Wong (1970-), Malaysian Chinese singer and composer
Wang Bo (650-676), one of the Four Great Poets of the Early Tang 初唐四傑|初唐四杰
every potter praises his own pot (idiom) / all one's geese are swans
bastard (insult) / son of a bitch
stage name of Cyndi Wang / see 王君如
another name for Xi Wangmu 西王母, Queen Mother of the West
Wang Dan (1969-), Chinese dissident, one of the leaders of the Beijing student democracy movement of 1989
Wang Wu, name for an unspecified person, third of a series of three: 張三|张三, 李四, 王五 Tom, Dick and Harry
Wang Xianzhi, peasant leader during Huang Chao peasant uprising 黃巢起義|黄巢起义 875-884 in late Tang
Wang Pi (-c. 806), Tang dynasty chancellor and a leader of failed Yongzhen reform 永貞革新|永贞革新 of 805
aristocracy
son of a bitch / bastard
Wang Li (1900-1986), one of the pioneers of modern Chinese linguistics
Wang Lee-Hom (1976-), Taiwanese-American singer
Wang Lixiong (1953-), Chinese writer, author of Yellow Peril 黃禍|黄祸
Wang Liqin (1978-), former PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist
Wang Shuwen (735-806), famous Tang dynasty scholar, Go player and politician, a leader of failed Yongzhen Reform 永貞革新|永贞革新 of 805
Cyndi Wang (1982-), Taiwanese singer and actress
Wang Guowei (1877-1927), noted scholar
Wang Shizhen (1634-1711), early Qing poet
Queen Dowager (in Europe) / widowed queen / Queen mother
Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
Wang Anshi (1021-1086), Song dynasty politician and writer, one of the Eight Giants 唐宋八大家
Wang Jiarui (1949-), PRC politician and diplomat, head of CCP central committee's international liaison department 對外聯絡部|对外联络部 2003-2015
Wong Kar-wai (1956-), Hong Kong film director
Wang Xiaobo (1952-1997), scholar and novelist
Wang Qishan (1948-), PRC politician
Wang Daiyu (1584-1670), Hui Islamic scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
Wang Ximeng (c. 1096-c. 1119), Song artist, probably teenage prodigy who died young, painter of Thousand Miles of Landscape 千里江山
Wang Ping (1962-2013), PRC crosstalk actor
Chien-Ming Wang (1980-), Taiwanese starting pitcher for the Washington Nationals in Major League Baseball
Wang Zhaojun (52-19 BC), famous beauty at the court of Han emperor Yuan 漢元帝|汉元帝, one of the four legendary beauties 四大美女
Wang Shuo (1958-), Chinese writer, director and actor
abbr. for Wang Bo 王勃, Yang Jiong 楊炯|杨炯, Lu Zhaolin 盧照鄰|卢照邻, and Luo Binwang 駱賓王|骆宾王, the Four Great Poets of the Early Tang
Wang Yongmin (1943-), inventor of the five stroke input method 五筆輸入法|五笔输入法
Wang Hongwen (1935-1992), one of the Gang of Four
Wang Yucheng (954-1001) Song dynasty literary figure
Wang Su (c. 195-256), classical scholar of Cao Wei dynasty, believed to have forged several classical texts
Faye Wong (1969-), Hong Kong pop star and actress

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