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  *王* | 王* | *王
surname Wang
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  *汪* | 汪* | *汪
surname Wang
abbr. of 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
five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王永民 in 1983
Wang Wei (701-761), Tang Dynasty poet
Wang Anshi (1021-1086), Song dynasty politician and writer, one of the Eight Giants 唐宋八大家
Wang Xizhi (303-361), famous calligrapher of Eastern Jin, known as the sage of calligraphy 書聖|书圣
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
Wayne Wang (1949-), Chinese US film director
Wang Dao (276-339), powerful official of Jin dynasty and brother of general Wang Dun 王敦, regent of Jin from 325
Wang Li (1900-1986), one of the pioneers of modern Chinese linguistics
Wang Qishan (1948-), PRC politician
great calligraphy master / the Sage of Calligraphy, traditional reference to Wang Xizhi 王羲之 (303-361)
Wang Yangming (1472-1529), Ming dynasty Neo-Confucian philosopher, influential in the School of Mind 心學|心学
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 Meng (325-375), prime minister to Fu Jian 苻堅|苻坚 of Former Qin 前秦
Jiro Wang (1981-), Taiwanese singer and actor
Wang Ping (1962-2013), PRC crosstalk actor
Wang Guowei (1877-1927), noted scholar
Wang Mang (45 BC-23 AD), usurped power and reigned 9-23 between the former and later Han
Wang Nan (1978-), female PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist
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
Mr Wang from next door (term used jocularly to refer to a neighbor who is supposedly sleeping with one's wife)
Romance of the West Chamber by Wang Shifu 王實甫|王实甫
Wang Su (c. 195-256), classical scholar of Cao Wei dynasty, believed to have forged several classical texts
Gang of Four: Jiang Qing 江青, Zhang Chunqiao 張春橋, Yao Wenyuan 姚文元, Wang Hongwen 王洪文, who served as scapegoats for the excesses of the cultural revolution
Wang Zhen (1908-1993), Chinese political figure
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 Junxia (1973-), Chinese long-distance runner
Wang Shichong (-621), general of late Sui and opponent of early Tang
lit. fifth child of the Wangs / bachelor
Wang Dan (1969-), Chinese dissident, one of the leaders of the Beijing student democracy movement of 1989
the four legendary beauties of ancient China, namely: Xishi 西施, Wang Zhaojun 王昭君, Diaochan 貂蟬|貂蝉 and Yang Yuhuan 楊玉環|杨玉环
Wang Shifu (fl. 1295-1307), author of Romance of the West Chamber 西廂記|西厢记
doubly homesick for our dear ones at each festive day (from a poem by Wang Wei 王維|王维)
Wang Zhizhi (1977-), former Chinese basketball player
Wang Ying (character in the "Water Margin")
Wang Ching-wei (1883-1944), left-wing Guomingdang politician, subsequently Japanese collaborator
School of Mind / Neo-Confucian Idealistic School (from Song to mid-Qing times, c. 1000-1750, typified by the teachings of Wang Yangming 王陽明|王阳明)
Wang Shuo (1958-), Chinese writer, director and actor
Wang Yifu (1960-), male PRC pistol shooter and Olympic medalist
Wang Shizhen (1634-1711), early Qing poet
Wang Ximeng (c. 1096-c. 1119), Song artist, probably teenage prodigy who died young, painter of Thousand Miles of Landscape 千里江山
Mu Kung or Tung Wang Kung, God of the Immortals (Taoism)
five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王永民 in 1983
Wang Qinruo (962-1025), Northern Song dynasty official
Wang Xiaobo (1952-1997), scholar and novelist
a stranger in a strange land (from a poem by Wang Wei 王維|王维)
Wang Xuan (1937-2006), Chinese printing industry innovator
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 Daohan (1915-2005), former president of the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits
Wang Chong (27-97), rationalist and critical philosopher
Wang Xianzhi, peasant leader during Huang Chao peasant uprising 黃巢起義|黄巢起义 875-884 in late Tang
Wang Lee-Hom (1976-), Taiwanese-American singer
Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
the Xin dynasty (8-23 AD) of Wang Mang 王莽, forming the interregnum between the former and later Han
Wang Bi (226-249), Chinese neo-Daoist philosopher
Wang Yucheng (954-1001) Song dynasty literary figure
the K'ung family Masters' anthology, collection of dialogues between Confucius and his disciples, possibly forged in third century by Wang Su 王肅|王肃
Wang Liqin (1978-), former PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist
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 Can (177-217), poet, generally regarded as the most brilliant of "the seven masters of Jian'an" 建安
Prime tortoise of the record bureau, Song dynasty historical encyclopedia of political essays, autobiography, memorials and decrees, compiled 1005-1013 under Wang Qinruo 王欽若|王钦若 and Yang Yi 楊億|杨亿, 1000 scrolls
Wang Hongwen (1935-1992), one of the Gang of Four
the Four Great Poets of the Early Tang, namely 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
Yellow Peril, political novel by Wang Lixiong 王力雄
Yongzhen Reform, Tang dynasty failed reform movement of 805 led by Wang Shuwen 王叔文
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
Wang Zhu (-c. 990), Song calligrapher and writer
Wang Xiaofeng (1944-), fourth governor of Hainan
Wang Bo (650-676), one of the Four Great Poets of the Early Tang 初唐四傑|初唐四杰
Wang Pi (-c. 806), Tang dynasty chancellor and a leader of failed Yongzhen reform 永貞革新|永贞革新 of 805
Wang Daiyu (1584-1670), Hui Islamic scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
Exegesis of true religion by Wang Daiyu 王岱輿|王岱舆, a study of Islam / also translated as Real hermeneutics of orthodox religion
stage name of Cyndi Wang / see 王君如
Cyndi Wang (1982-), Taiwanese singer and actress
Chien-Ming Wang (1980-), Taiwanese starting pitcher for the Washington Nationals in Major League Baseball
Eight Giants of Tang and Song prose, esp. involved in the Classics movement 古文運動|古文运动, namely: Han Yu 韓愈|韩愈, Liu Zongyuan 柳宗元, Ouyang Xiu 歐陽修|欧阳修, the Three Su father and sons 三蘇|三苏, Wang Anshi 王安石, Zeng Gong 曾鞏|曾巩
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
Wang Lixiong (1953-), Chinese writer, author of Yellow Peril 黃禍|黄祸
Wang Yongmin (1943-), inventor of the five stroke input method 五筆輸入法|五笔输入法


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