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 Tianjin is a metropolis in northern China and one of the five national central cities of the People's Republic of China. It is governed as a direct-controlled municipality, one of four such designations, and is, thus, under direct administration of the central government. Tianjin borders Hebei Province and Beijing Municipality, bounded to the east by the Bohai Gulf portion of the Yellow Sea. As a dual-core city, Tianjin is divided into the old city and the Binhai New Area.

Tianjin North China Plain Municipalities of the People's Republic of China Independent cities
Qin Dynasty

The Qin Dynasty was the first imperial dynasty of China, lasting from 221 to 207 BCE. The Qin state derived its name from its heartland of Qin, in modern-day Gansu and Shaanxi. The strength of the Qin state was greatly increased by the legalist reforms of Shang Yang in the 4th century BC, during the Warring States Period.

Iron Age Qin Dynasty Former countries in East Asia States and territories established in 221 BC
Jin Dynasty (265–420)

Imperial examination

The imperial examination (科舉) was an examination system in Imperial China designed to select the best administrative officials for the state's bureaucracy. This system had a huge influence on both society and culture in Imperial China and was directly responsible for the creation of a class of scholar-bureaucrats irrespective of their family pedigree. Neighboring Asian countries such as Vietnam, Korea, and Ryūkyū also implemented similar systems to draw in their top national talent.

History of education in China Civil services Chinese culture Public administration East Asian culture Education in China History of Imperial China
Hu Jintao

Hu Jintao (born 21 December 1942) is the current Paramount leader of the People's Republic of China. He has held the titles of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China since 2002, President of the People's Republic of China since 2003, and Chairman of the Central Military Commission since 2004, succeeding Jiang Zemin as the chief of the fourth generation of leadership of the Communist Party of China.

Current national leaders Tsinghua University alumni Living people Chinese engineers Vice Presidents of the People's Republic of China Tuanpai Presidents of the People's Republic of China People from Taizhou, Jiangsu 1942 births Leaders of the Communist Party of China Communist rulers
Jin Dynasty (1115–1234)

Emperor Taizong of Tang

Emperor Taizong of Tang (January 23, 599 – July 10, 649), personal name Lǐ Shìmín, was the second emperor of the Tang Dynasty of China, ruling from 626 to 649. As he encouraged his father, Li Yuan (later Emperor Gaozu) to rise against Sui Dynasty rule at Taiyuan in 617 and subsequently defeated several of his most important rivals, he was ceremonially regarded as a co-founder of the dynasty along with Emperor Gaozu.

649 deaths 7th-century monarchs in Asia People from Xianyang Tang Dynasty generals related to Goguryeo Tang Dynasty generals related to Göktürks Tang Dynasty poets 7th-century Chinese monarchs 599 births Tang Dynasty emperors Chancellors under Emperor Gaozu of Tang
Qin Shi Huang

Qin Shi Huang (259 BC – 210 BC), personal name Ying Zheng (嬴政), was king of the Chinese State of Qin from 246 BC to 221 BC during the Warring States Period. He became the first emperor of a unified China in 221 BC. He ruled until his death in 210 BC at the age of 49. Calling himself the First Emperor after China's unification, Qin Shi Huang is a pivotal figure in Chinese history, ushering nearly two millennia of imperial rule.

3rd-century BC rulers Attempted assassination survivors Qin Dynasty emperors 210 BC deaths Child rulers from Asia 259 BC births People from Handan
Qin (state)

The State of Qin (778 BC–207 BC) was a Chinese feudal state that existed during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods of Chinese history. It emerged as one of the dominant superpowers of the Seven Warring States by the 3rd century BC and eventually unified China under its rule in 221 BC, after which it is referred to as the Qin Dynasty.

Ancient Chinese states 221 BC disestablishments

Quanzhou is a prefecture-level city in southern Fujian province, People's Republic of China. It borders all other prefecture-level cities in Fujian but two and faces the Taiwan Strait. In older English works, its name may appear as Chinchew or Chinchu or Zayton. The prefecture-level city of Quanzhou has an area of 11,245 square kilometres (4,342 sq mi) and, as of 2010 Census, a population of 8,128,530 inhabitants.


Kinmen or Quemoy is a small archipelago of several islands administered by the Republic of China (Taiwan): Greater Kinmen, Lesser Kinmen, and some islets. Administratively, it is Kinmen County of Fujian Province, ROC. The county is claimed by the People's Republic of China (PRC) as part of its own Fujian Province's Quanzhou Prefecture. It is geographically very near Xiamen, no more than 2 kilometers.

Kinmen Islands of Taiwan Territorial disputes of the Republic of China County-level divisions of Fujian Ports and harbours of the Republic of China Territorial disputes of the People's Republic of China
Jin Yong

Louis Cha Leung Yung, GBM, OBE (born 6 February 1924), better known by his pen name Jin Yong, is a modern Chinese-language novelist. Having co-founded the Hong Kong daily Ming Pao in 1959, he was the paper's first editor-in-chief. Cha's fiction, which is of the wuxia ("martial arts and chivalry") genre, has a widespread following in Chinese-speaking areas, including mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and the United States.

People from Jiaxing Officers of the Order of the British Empire Living people 1924 births Recipients of the Grand Bauhinia Medal Chevaliers of the Légion d'honneur Pseudonymous writers Chinese novelists Hangzhou High School alumni Alumni of the University of Cambridge Wuxia writers Hong Kong newspaper people Hong Kong writers Jin Yong
Canadian Heritage Information Network

The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) is a Canadian government-supported organization that provides a networked interface to Canada's heritage, largely through the World Wide Web. It aims to give access to Canada's heritage for both Canadians and a worldwide audience, by supporting the development, presentation and preservation of Canada's digital heritage. CHIN is based in Gatineau, in Quebec but also in the greater Ottawa area.

Museum organizations Organizations based in Canada Department of Canadian Heritage Museums in Canada Heritage organizations Canadian culture

Tilapia, is the common name for nearly a hundred species of cichlid fish from the tilapiine cichlid tribe. Tilapia inhabit a variety of fresh water habitats, including shallow streams, ponds, rivers and lakes. Historically, they have been of major importance in artisan fishing in Africa and the Levant, and are of increasing importance in aquaculture.

Commercial fish Invasive animal species Edible fish Philippine cuisine Tilapiini Aquaculture Fish of Bangladesh

A beard is the collection of hair that grows on the chin, upper lip, cheeks and neck of human beings. Usually, only pubescent or adult males are able to grow beards. However, women with hirsutism may develop a beard. When differentiating between upper and lower facial hair, a beard specifically includes the moustache, which refers to hair above and around the upper lip.

Hairstyles Facial hair

The guqin is the modern name for a plucked seven-string Chinese musical instrument of the zither family. It has been played since ancient times, and has traditionally been favored by scholars and literati as an instrument of great subtlety and refinement, as highlighted by the quote "a gentleman does not part with his qin or se without good reason," as well as being associated with the ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius.

Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity Guqin Zithers Chinese musical instruments Early musical instruments

Jinzhou, is a prefecture-level city of Liaoning province, China. It is a geographically strategic city located in the "Liaoxi Corridor" (辽西走廊), which connects land transportation between North China and Northeast China. Jinzhou is China's northernmost seaport and the coastal economic center of West Liaoning on the north-western shore of the Bohai Sea. The total area under the jurisdiction of Jinzhou is 10,111 km², most of which is rural, encompassing a coastline of 97.7 km.

Cities in Liaoning Prefecture-level divisions of Liaoning
Qamar-ud-din Khan, Asaf Jah I

Mir Qamar-ud-din Khan Siddiqi (20 August 1671 – 1 June 1748) was a Mughal nobleman the founder of the Asaf Jahi dynasty. He established the Hyderabad state, and ruled it from 1720 to 1748. He is also known by his titles Chin Qilich Khan (awarded by Aurangzeb in 1690-91), Nizam-ul-Mulk (awarded by Farrukhsiyar in 1713) and Asaf Jah (awarded by Muhammad Shah in 1725).

Mughal Empire Mughal nobility People from Burhanpur Hyderabad State Aurangabad, Maharashtra Nizams of Hyderabad 1671 births Grand Viziers People from Agra 1748 deaths
List of The Fairly OddParents episodes

The following is an episode list for the Nickelodeon animated television series The Fairly OddParents. The series is based on a series of Oh Yeah! Cartoons, beginning with the short The Fairly OddParents. Since 1998, until 2001, The Fairly OddParents aired ten Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts. After starting as a regular television series in 2001, Nickelodeon has aired a total of eight seasons with currently 128 1/2 Fairly OddParents episodes aired in the United States.

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Nèijiā is a term in Chinese martial arts, grouping those styles that practice nèijìng, usually translated as internal martial arts, occupied with spiritual, mental or qi-related aspects, as opposed to an "external" approach focused on physiological aspects. The distinction dates to the 17th century, but its modern application is due to publications by Sun Lutang, dating to the period of 1915 to 1928.

Neijia Chinese martial arts terms Chinese martial arts
Chin State

Chin State is a state located in western Burma (Myanmar). The 36,019-square-kilometre (13,907 sq mi) Chin State is bordered by Rakhine State in the south, Bangladesh in south-west, Sagaing Division and Magway Division in the east, Indian state of Manipur in the north and Indian state of Mizoram in the west. The Chin ethnic group make up the majority of the state's 500,000 people. The capital of the state is Hakha.

States of Burma Chin State
List of The Fairly OddParents characters

That is a list of characters in the Nickelodeon animated series The Fairly OddParents.

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Aksai Chin

Aksai Chin is one of the two main disputed border areas between China and India, the other being Arunachal Pradesh. It is administered by China as part of Hotan County in the Hotan Prefecture of Xinjiang Autonomous Region, but is also claimed by India as a part of the Ladakh district of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. In 1962 China and India fought a brief war over Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh, but in 1993 and 1996 the two countries signed agreements to respect the Line of Actual Control.

Kashmir China–India relations Territorial disputes of India History of Jammu and Kashmir Territorial disputes of the People's Republic of China Geography of Xinjiang Independent India

Jinhae (formerly known as Chinhae) is a district in Changwon City, South Korea. This region is served by the Korean National Railroad, and is famous for its annual cherry blossom festival every spring. The city front is on a sheltered, island-studded bay, and is almost completely surrounded by mountains covered with pine trees. The emblem of Jinhae contains a cherry blossom.

Gu of Changwon Jinhae
Emperor Wu of Jin

Emperor Wu of Jin,, personal name Sima Yan, style name Anshi (安世), was the grandson of Sima Yi and son of Sima Zhao. He became the first emperor of the Jin Dynasty (265-420) after forcing Cao Huan, last ruler of the state of Cao Wei, to abdicate to him. He reigned from 265 to 290, and after conquering the state of Eastern Wu in 280, was the emperor of a unified China.

Jin Dynasty (265–420) emperors 290 deaths Cao Wei regents 3rd-century Chinese monarchs 236 births Jin Dynasty (265–420) people related to the Three Kingdoms

In the human anatomy, the chin is the lowermost part of the face. It is formed by the lower front of the mandible. People show a wide variety of chin structures. See Cleft chin. The chin developed as a point of muscular attachment facilitating minute movements of the lips associated with speech. In human evolution, the chin is a cladistic apomorphy, partially defining anatomically modern Humans as distinct from archaic forms. See also Otofacial syndrome Genioplasty

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Vincent Gigante

Vincent Louis Gigante, also known as "Chin," was a New York Italian-American mobster in the American Mafia who was boss of the Genovese crime family from 1981 to 2005. Gigante started out as a professional boxer who fought 25 matches between 1944 and 1947. He then started working as a Mafia enforcer for the Genovese crime family. Gigante was one of five brothers: himself, Mario, Pasquale and Ralph all became mobsters in the Genovese family.

American Roman Catholics 2005 deaths Prisoners who died in United States federal government detention People convicted of obstruction of justice Genovese crime family American people who died in prison custody American people of Italian descent People convicted of racketeering American mobsters of Italian descent American boxers of Italian descent People from Greenwich Village, New York People from Manhattan Cardiovascular disease deaths in Missouri Bosses of the Genovese crime family Mobsters who died in prison custody 1928 births Capi di tutti capi Light-heavyweight boxers People from Old Tappan, New Jersey

Jinhua is a prefecture-level city in central Zhejiang province of Eastern China. It borders the provincial capital of Hangzhou to the northwest, Quzhou to the southwest, Lishui to the south, Taizhou to the east, and Shaoxing to the northeast. Its population was 5,361,600 at the 2010 census including 1,092,852 in the built up area. One can notice that the cities of Dongyang and Yiwu are now in the same agglomeration, a built up area of 1,757,157 inhabitants bigger than the one of Jinhua itself.

Jinhua Cities in Zhejiang Prefecture-level divisions of Zhejiang
Chin peoples

The Chin, known as the Kuki in Assam, are one of the ethnic groups in Burma. The Chins are found mainly in western part of Burma and numbered circa 1.5 million. They also live in nearby Indian states of Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur and Assam. Owing to Mizo influence and Baptist missionaries' intervention, 80%-90% of the population are Christians. However, a sizable minority of the Chin adhere to their traditional tribal beliefs, as well as to Theravada Buddhism.

Christian communities Ethnic groups in Burma
Glossary of architecture

This page is a glossary of architecture. Contents A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [edit] A Aisle - subsidiary space alongside the body of a building, separated from it by columns, piers, or posts. Apron - raised panel below a window or wall monument or tablet. open portion of a marine terminal immediately adjacent to a vessel berth, used in the direct transfer of cargo between the vessel and the terminal.

Glossaries of the arts Architecture lists Architectural elements Art terminology
Kukish languages

The Kukish languages, also known as Kuki-Chin (Kuki/Chin), Mizo/Kuki/Chin, or Kuki–Naga, are a branch of 50 or so Tibeto-Burman languages spoken in northeastern India, western Burma and eastern Bangladesh. Most speakers of these languages are known as Kukī in Assamese and as Chin in Burmese; some are also identified themselves as Naga, while the Mizo people are ethnically distinct. Mizo language is the most developed, offering a study up to Ph.D. in Mizoram University.

Languages of India Whistled languages Kukish languages
Dragon King

The Dragon King is a deity in Chinese mythology commonly regarded as the divine ruler of the ocean. It is believed that the Dragon King is based on the Nāga in Hindu and Buddhist mythology, to distinguish him from the Chinese dragon. He has the ability to shapeshift into human form and lives in an underwater crystal palace. He has his own royal court and commands an army comprising various marine creatures.

Chinese mythology Chinese gods Chinese dragons Journey to the West characters Sea and river gods
Nestorian Stele

The Nestorian Stele (also known as the Nestorian Stone, Nestorian Monument, or Nestorian Tablet) is a Tang Chinese stele erected in 781 that documents 150 years of history of early Christianity in China. It is a 279-cm tall limestone block with text in both Chinese and Syriac, describing the existence of Christian communities in several cities in northern China.

8th-century works Chinese steles Xi'an Monuments and memorials in China 8th-century Christian texts Nestorianism in China
DJ Khalil

Khalil Abdul-Rahman, better known by his stage name DJ Khalil, is a Los Angeles based American hip hop/soul record producer, and is the instrumental half of the hip hop duo Self Scientific, together with rapper Chace Infinite. He is perhaps best known for his production work on rapper Eminem's 2010 album Recovery, producing four tracks. He is the third born son of former UCLA player and coach and NBA player Walt Hazzard.

Living people Year of birth missing (living people) African-American Muslims American hip hop record producers Aftermath Entertainment artists American Muslims African-American people
Chien-Ming Wang

Chien-Ming Wang (born March 31, 1980) is a Taiwanese Major League Baseball pitcher for the Washington Nationals. He was initially signed as an amateur free agent by the New York Yankees for the 2000 season, and played for the Staten Island Yankees. He was considered the Yankees ace pitcher for the 2006 and 2007 seasons, after winning 19 games in both years, to finish among the Major League leaders in victories.

Gulf Coast Yankees players All-Star Futures Game players Trenton Thunder players Hagerstown Suns players Taiwanese expatriates in the United States Columbus Clippers players Living people Washington Nationals players New York Yankees players Potomac Nationals players Major League Baseball pitchers Tampa Yankees players Major League Baseball players from Taiwan Syracuse Chiefs players 1980 births American League wins champions Baseball players at the 2004 Summer Olympics People from Tainan Asian Games medalists in baseball Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees players Harrisburg Senators players Staten Island Yankees players

Huqin is a family of bowed string instruments, more specifically, a spike fiddle popularly used in Chinese music. The instruments consist of a round, hexagonal, or octagonal sound box at the bottom with a neck attached that protrudes upwards. They also have two strings (except the sihu, which has four strings tuned in pairs) and their soundboxes are typically covered with either snakeskin or thin wood.

Chinese musical instruments Continuous pitch instruments Bowed instruments Huqin family instruments

A strap, sometimes also called strop, is an elongated flap or ribbon, usually of fabric or leather. Thin straps are used as part of clothing or baggage, or bedding such as a sleeping bag. See for example spaghetti strap, shoulder strap. A strap differs from a belt mainly in that a strap is usually integral to the item of clothing; either can be used in combination with buckles.

Textile closures Parts of clothing
Ken Jeong

Dr. Kendrick Kang-Joh “Ken” Jeong, MD (born July 13, 1969) also known as Dr. Ken, is an American comedian, actor, and physician. He is best known for his role as Leslie Chow in The Hangover & The Hangover Part II and as Ben Chang on the NBC comedy series Community.

People from Detroit, Michigan People from Greensboro, North Carolina University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni American actors of Korean descent Living people Actors from Michigan American comedians Duke University alumni American physicians American film actors 1969 births American television actors
Miriam Yeung

Miriam Yeung, RN, (born February 3, 1974) is a Hong Kong actress and Cantopop singer. Before entering the entertainment business, she was a registered nurse at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong. She studied at the Holy Family Canossian College Kowloon. She entered the entertainment industry after coming third in the TVB 14th annual New Talent Singing Awards competition in 1995, and has steadily gained popularity ever since.

Hong Kong film actors Hong Kong people Hong Kong people of Chaoshanese descent Living people TVB actors New Talent Singing Awards contestants Hong Kong singers Hong Kong Mandopop singers Hong Kong television actors Chinese nurses 1974 births Cantopop singers
Chu Chin Chow

For the film adaptations, see Chu-Chin-Chow (1925 film) and Chu Chin Chow (1934 film). Chu Chin Chow 215pxOscar Asche in Chu Chin ChowMusic Frederic NortonBook Oscar AscheBasis Ali Baba and the 40 ThievesProductions 1916 West End 1917 Broadway 1940/1941 West End revival Chu Chin Chow is a musical comedy written, produced and directed by Oscar Asche, with music by Frederic Norton, based (with minor embellishments) on the story of Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves.

Music based on One Thousand and One Nights 1916 musicals West End musicals
Chin Na

Chin Na or Qinna is a Chinese term describing techniques used in the Chinese martial arts that control or lock an opponent's joints or muscles/tendons so he cannot move, thus neutralizing the opponent's fighting ability. Also chin na su, literally translates as technique of catching and locking in Chinese. Some schools simply use the word na to describe the techniques. Chin Na features both standing and ground based grappling techniques.

Chinese martial arts terms Chinese martial arts
Equine anatomy

Equine anatomy refers to the gross and microscopic anatomy of horses and other equids, including donkeys, and zebras. While all anatomical features of equids are described in the same terms as for other animals by the International Committee on Veterinary Gross Anatomical Nomenclature in the book Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria, there are many horse-specific colloquial terms used by equestrians.

Horse anatomy
Empress Dowager Longyu

Empress Xiao Ding Jing; is better known as the Empress Dowager Longyu, . Also, she had the nickname Xizi (喜子). Empress Xiao Ding Jing was the Qing Dynasty Empress Consort of the Guangxu Emperor who ruled China from 1875 to 1908. She is best remembered for signing the abdication on behalf of the child Emperor Puyi, in 1912, ending imperial rule in China.

1913 deaths Qing Dynasty empresses 1868 births Manchu people Regents of China Female regents People of the Xinhai Revolution Women leaders of China
Chin Hills

The Chin Hills are a range of mountains in Chin State, northwestern Burma (Myanmar), that extends northward into India's Manipur state. They are part of the Arakan Mountain Range (Arakan Yoma). The highest peak in the Chin Hills is Nat Ma Taung, or Khonumthung (Mount Victoria), in southern Chin State, which reaches 3,053 meters (10,500 feet). The Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane forests ecoregion has diverse forests with pine, camellia and teak.

Hills of India Hills of Burma
Emperor Qinzong of Song

Emperor Qinzong (May 23, 1100 – June 14, 1161) was the ninth emperor of the Song Dynasty of China, and the last emperor of the Northern Song. His personal name was Zhao Huan. He reigned from January 1126 to January 1127. Qinzong was the eldest son of Emperor Huizong. His mother was the empress consort, from the Wang (王) family, known posthumously as Empress Xiangong (顯恭皇后) (1084–1108). He ascended the throne in dramatic circumstances following his father's abdication.

1161 deaths People from Kaifeng Northern Song Dynasty emperors 12th-century Chinese monarchs 1100 births
Ai Otsuka

Ai Otsuka is a Japanese pop singer-songwriter, composer, pianist and actress from Suminoe-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. She is a popular artist on the Avex Trax label and is best known for her 2003 hit "Sakuranbo," which stayed in the Top 200 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart for 103 weeks. A piano player since age 4, Otsuka composes and co-produces her own songs, as well as writes her own lyrics.

1982 births Living people Musicians from Osaka Avex Trax artists People from Osaka Japanese female singers Japanese singer-songwriters Osaka University of Arts alumni Japanese pop singers
Cao Xueqin

Cao Xueqin was a Qing Dynasty Chinese writer, best known as the author of Dream of the Red Chamber, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. His given name was Cao Zhan (曹霑) and his courtesy name is Mengruan (夢阮; 梦阮; literally "Dream about Ruan" or "Dream of Ruan").

1763 deaths Chinese novelists Qing Dynasty writers Dream of the Red Chamber Chinese historical novelists 1724 births
Wheat gluten (food)

Wheat gluten, also called wheat meat, mock duck, gluten meat, or simply gluten, is a food made from gluten, the main protein of wheat. It is made by washing wheat flour dough with water until all the starch dissolves, leaving insoluble gluten as an elastic mass which is then cooked before being eaten. Wheat gluten is an alternative to soybean-based meat substitutes such as tofu. Some types of wheat gluten have a chewy or stringy texture that resembles meat more than other substitutes.

Vegetarian cuisine Wheat Meat substitutes Vegan cuisine

The trapezoidal yangqin is a Chinese hammered dulcimer, originally from Middle East and Persia. It used to be written with the characters 洋琴 (lit. "foreign zither"), but over time the first character changed to 揚 (also pronounced "yáng"), which means "acclaimed". It is also spelled yang quin or yang ch'in. Hammered dulcimers of various types are now very popular not only in China, but also Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India and Pakistan.

Chinese musical instruments Hammered box zithers

An osteotomy is a surgical operation whereby a bone is cut to shorten, lengthen, or change its alignment. It is sometimes performed to correct a hallux valgus, or to straighten a bone that has healed crookedly following a fracture. It is also used to correct a coxa vara, genu valgum, and genu varum. The operation is done under a general anaesthetic. Osteotomy is one method to relieve pain in arthritis, especially of the hip and knee.

Orthopedic surgery Oral and maxillofacial surgery Surgical techniques
Chen (surname)

Chén or Chan is one of the most common East Asian family names. It ranks as the 5th most common surname in China, as of 2007 and the most common surname in Singapore (2000) and Taiwan (2010). Chen is also the most common family name in Guangdong, Zhejiang, Fujian, Hong Kong (spelt Chan in Hong Kong and Macau). It is the most common surname in Xiamen, the ancestral hometown of many overseas Hoklo.

Chinese-language surnames
Chin Kar-lok

Chin Kar Lok aka Chin Ka Lok (born 6 August 1965) is an actor, action choreographer. Chin was born in Hong Kong, the younger brother of actor and stunt performer Chin Siu Ho. He is a former member of Sammo Hung's Stuntman Team. Chin began working as a stuntman at the age of 16. In 1985, he made his film debut in Sammo Hung's Heart of Dragon as one of Jackie Chan's SWAT Team buddies. In 1988 Chin replaced his brother Siu Ho in the 4th installment of Mr. Vampire.

1965 births Living people TVB veteran actors
Chin Peng

Chin Peng, former OBE, was born in 1924 as Ong Boon Hua in Sitiawan and was a long-time leader of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP). A determined anti-colonialist, he led the party's guerrilla insurgency in the Malayan Emergency and beyond.

People from Sitiawan World War II resistance members Malaysian Hockchiu people People of the Malayan Emergency Living people Malaysian politicians 1924 births Exiles Malaysian communists People stripped of a British Commonwealth honour Malayan people of World War II Malaysian Chinese people
Frank Chin

Frank Chin (born February 25, 1940) is an American author and playwright.

American activists Living people 1940 births American novelists American novelists of Asian descent American dramatists and playwrights of Asian descent American dramatists and playwrights American short story writers American writers of Chinese descent

Daqin is the ancient Chinese name for the Roman Empire or, depending on context, the Near East, especially Syria. It literally means "Great Qin", Qin being the name of the founding dynasty of the Chinese Empire. Historian John Foster defined it as "... the Roman Empire, or rather that part of it which alone was known to the Chinese, Syria."

Christianity in China History of China Foreign relations of Ancient Rome
He Yingqin

He Yingqin, also spelled Ho Ying-chin, was one of the most senior generals of the Kuomintang (KMT) during Republican China, and a close ally of Chiang Kai-shek.

Chinese people of World War II 1987 deaths Republic of China politicians from Guizhou 1890 births Kuomintang politicians in Taiwan Premiers of the Republic of China Recipients of the Order of Blue Sky and White Sun Defense Ministers of the Republic of China National Revolutionary Army generals
Chin (combat sports)

In combat sports such as boxing, kickboxing and mixed martial arts, a fighter's chin is a figurative term that refers to an ability to tolerate physical trauma to the chin without being knocked unconscious. The fictional Rocky Balboa character of the Rocky franchise epitomises the concept of a boxer with a granite chin.

Boxing terminology
Tha Chin River

The Tha Chin river is a distributary of the Chao Phraya river, Thailand. It splits near the province of Chainat and then flows westerly from the Chao Phraya through the central plains, until it mouths into the Gulf of Thailand at the province of Samut Sakhon.

Gulf of Thailand Rivers of Thailand Chao Phraya River
Gunnar Sønsteby

Qin Jiushao

Qin Jiushao, courtesy name Daogu (道古), was a Chinese mathematician.

Chinese mathematicians 1201 births 1261 deaths Song Dynasty people 13th-century mathematicians Number theorists
Chin Woo Athletic Association

Chin Woo Athletic Association is a Chinese martial arts association founded in Shanghai on July 7, 1910, but other sources also cite dates in 1909. It can be found spelled in many ways - Jing Mo, Ching Wu, Jing Wo, Jing Wu etc. Many sources say that Chin Woo was founded by Huo Yuanjia (霍元甲), the famed challenge fighter who died within months of its establishment.

Chinese martial arts Organizations established in 1910 1910 establishments in China Organizations based in China Wushu organisations
Ba Jin

Li Yaotang, courtesy name Feigan (芾甘), is considered to be one of the most important and widely read Chinese writers of the 20th century. He wrote under the pen name of Ba Jin, Pa Chin, Li Fei-Kan, Li Pei-Kan, Pa Kin, taking his pseudonym from Russian anarchists Bakunin and Kropotkin. Ba Jin started composing his first works in the late 1920s.

2005 deaths Sichuan University alumni Cancer deaths in the People's Republic of China Victims of the Cultural Revolution Writers of Esperanto literature Chinese centenarians Chinese anarchists Pseudonymous writers Chinese novelists Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize winners Chinese non-fiction writers Chinese Esperantists Deaths from Parkinson's disease 1904 births People from Chengdu
Kuki-Chin–Naga languages

Yijin Jing

The Yijin Jing is a Qigong manual containing a series of exercises, coordinated with specific breathing and mental concentration, said to enhance physical health dramatically when practiced consistently. In Chinese yi means change, jin means "tendons and sinews", while jing means "methods". This is a relatively intense form of exercise that aims at strengthening the muscles and tendons, so promoting strength and flexibility, speed and stamina, balance and coordination of the body.

Qigong Chinese martial arts
Jin Shuren

Jin Shuren (1879–1941), governor of Xinjiang, succeeded Yang Zengxin after Yang was assassinated in 1928. Jin ruled Xinjiang for about half a decade, and his reign was characterized by corruption and suppression. Under his rule, both ethnic and religion conflicts were greatly deepened, resulting in numerous riots against his regime, which eventually led to his downfall. Jin was blamed for starting ethnic and religious conflicts due to his corrupt practices.

History of Xinjiang 1879 births 1941 deaths Republic of China politicians from Gansu
Jin Ping Mei

Jin Ping Mei, or The Plum in the Golden Vase is a Chinese naturalistic novel composed in vernacular Chinese during the late Ming Dynasty. The author was Lanling Xiaoxiao Sheng (蘭陵笑笑生), "The Scoffing Scholar of Lanling", a clear pseudonym, and his identity is otherwise unknown (the only clue is that he hailed from Lanling, or present-day Shandong). The earliest known versions of the novel exist only in handwritten scripts; the first block-printed book was released only in 1610.

Chinese classic novels Chinese erotic novels 1610 books 17th-century books Works published under a pseudonym Novels set in Northern Song Dynasty
Chin Tsi-ang

Chin Tsi-Ang (February 22, 1909 – October 15, 2007), also Chin Tsi-(H)ang and Chi Chi-Ang, was one among the earliest martial-arts actors of the Chinese film industry, and the first female star. She debuted in Dream of South China (南华梦) in 1925 at the age of 16, and played a leading role in The Lady Swordfighter of Jiang-Nan (江南女侠, Jiangnan Nüxia) in 1930.

Hong Kong film actors 2007 deaths Chinese film actors 1909 births Actors from Shanghai
Chandni Chowk to China

Chandni Chowk to China, shortened as CC2C is a Hindi martial arts action comedy film which released on 16 January 2009. It is directed by Nikhil Advani and stars Akshay Kumar and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles, with Hindi cinema veteran Mithun Chakraborty and Hong Kong action cinema veteran Gordon Liu among the co-stars. In addition to being shot in China, many parts of the film were shot in Bangkok, Thailand, although some of the China scenes were shot in sets in the Shanghai Film Studio.

2009 films Kung fu films Indian films Films about reincarnation Hindi-language films
Death of Vincent Chin

Vincent Jen Chin was a Chinese American beaten to death in June 1982 in the United States, in the Detroit, Michigan enclave of Highland Park by Chrysler plant superintendent Ronald Ebens, with the help of his stepson, Michael Nitz. The murder generated public outrage over the lenient sentencing the two men originally received in a plea bargain, as the attack, which included blows to the head from a baseball bat, possessed many attributes consistent with hate crimes.

Racially motivated violence in the United States 1982 murders in the United States History of Detroit, Michigan Chinese American history 1982 in Michigan Deaths by person Asian American issues

Altyn-Tagh, Astyn-Tagh, Altun Mountains, Altun Shan or Aerjin Shan (Chinese: 阿尔金山; Altyn Tag is Gold Mountain in Turkic; Shan is Chinese for mountain ; Astyn- Tagh proper is a part of the range south of Lop Nor), is a mountain range in northwestern China that separates the eastern Tarim Basin from the Tibetan Plateau. The western third is in Xinjiang while the eastern part forms the border between Qinghai to the south and Xinjiang and Gansu to the north.

Geography of Xinjiang Mountain ranges of China
Chin shields

Chin shields on a snake are scales found on the underside of the snake's head towards the anterior and touching the lower labial scales. Chin shields to the front of the snake (towards the snout) are called anterior chin shields while those to the rear of the snake (towards the tail) are called posterior chin shields.

Snake scales
Unsuk Chin

Unsuk Chin (born July 14, 1961), is a South Korean composer of classical music, based in Berlin, Germany. She was awarded the Grawemeyer Award in 2004, the Arnold Schönberg Prize in 2005 and the Music Composition Prize of the Prince Pierre Foundation in 2010.

Gaudeamus Composition Competition prize-winners German composers 20th-century classical composers Living people South Korean composers 21st-century classical composers South Korean expatriates in Germany 1961 births Grawemeyer Award winners Seoul National University alumni Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg Women classical composers
Tsai Chin (actress)

Tsai Chin, also known as Irene Chow, is a Chinese-born actress living in England.

Living people People from Tianjin 1936 births Chinese emigrants to the United Kingdom Alumni of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Felicia Chin

Felicia Chin Foon Ling (born 24 October 1984), also known by her Chinese stage name Chen Jingxuan, is a Singaporean television actress.

Singaporean people of Hakka descent Hakka people Singaporean people of Chinese descent Living people Victoria Junior College alumni Singaporean television personalities Singaporean television actors 1984 births
San Soo

Kung Fu San Soo (功夫散手) is a martial art based on techniques from all over China, both Northern and Southern Chinese martial arts systems. The 5 Family Fist (五家拳) is an important part of San Soo, and is commonly practiced in the Taishan region of the Guangdong province. Kung Fu San Soo as taught in China has many traditional forms and isometric exercises in its training regimen. Chin Siu Dek (Jimmy H.

Chinese martial arts
Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica

Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica (Vietnamese: Vương cung thánh đường Đức Bà Sài Gòn or Nhà thờ Đức Bà Sài Gòn), officially Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception (Vietnamese: Vương cung thánh đường Chính tòa Đức Mẹ Vô nhiễm Nguyên tội) is a cathedral located in the downtown of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Established by French colonists, the cathedral was constructed between 1863 and 1880. It has two bell towers, reaching a height of 58 meters (190 feet).

Churches in Vietnam 19th-century church buildings Clock towers in Vietnam Buildings and structures in Ho Chi Minh City Buildings and structures completed in 1877 French Colonial architecture in Vietnam Populated places in Ho Chi Minh City Roman Catholic Church in Vietnam
Denny Chin

Denny Chin is a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He was a judge on the United States district court for the Southern District of New York before joining the federal appeals bench. President Clinton nominated Chin to the district court on March 24, 1994, and Chin was confirmed August 9 of that same year. On October 6, 2009, President Barack Obama nominated Chin to the federal appeals court. He was confirmed on April 22, 2010 by the U.S.

Judges of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York Hong Kong people Princeton University alumni 1954 births United States Department of Justice lawyers Living people American people of Hong Kong descent American people of Chinese descent Fordham University School of Law alumni United States court of appeals judges appointed by Barack Obama Stuyvesant High School alumni People from New York City United States district court judges appointed by Bill Clinton Judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit American jurists of Asian descent
Nan Huai-Chin

Nan Huai-Chin (born 1918) is a spiritual teacher of contemporary China. He is the most eminent student of the renowned lay Chán Buddhist teacher Yuan Huan-Xian (Ch. 袁煥仙; 1887–1966), and he has received confirmation of his enlightenment by various masters of the Buddhist traditions. He is considered by many to be a major force in the revival of Chinese Buddhism. While Nan is regarded by many in China as the most important living Chán Buddhist teacher, he is little known outside the Sinosphere.

Chinese Zen Buddhists Living people Zen Buddhist teachers 1918 births People's Republic of China Buddhists Republic of China Buddhists Chan Buddhists
Tan Chin Nam

Dato' Tan Chin Nam (born c. 1926) is an entrepreneur and developer in Malaysia and an owner of Australian-based Thoroughbred racehorses. His family is the majority shareholder of IGB Corporation Berhad. Tan is reportedly one of the richest men in Malaysia and has several companies and businesses.

Malaysian businesspeople Living people 1926 births Australian racehorse owners and breeders
Cleft chin

The terms cleft chin, butt chin, chin cleft,, superhero chin, dimple chin, or a chin dimple refer to a dimple on the chin. It is a Y-shaped fissure on the chin with an underlying bony peculiarity. The chin fissure follows the fissure in the lower jaw bone resulted from the incomplete fusion of the left and right halves of the jaw bone, or muscle, during the embryonal and fetal development.

Classical genetics Facial features
Staceyann Chin

Staceyann Chin (born December 25, 1972) is a spoken word poet, performing artist and LGBT rights political activist. Her work has been published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Pittsburgh Daily, and has been featured on 60 Minutes. She was also featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, where she shared her struggles growing up homosexual in Jamaica.

American people of Jamaican descent American poets LGBT African Americans Slam poets Living people American people of Chinese descent American spoken word artists LGBT Asian Americans American feminists Jamaican people of Chinese descent Lesbian writers 1971 births Womanists LGBT people from Jamaica
Toh Chin Chye

Toh Chin Chye was a politician from Singapore. He was a prominent member of the country's first generation of political leaders after Singapore became independent in 1965, serving as Deputy Prime Minister (1965–1968), Minister for Science and Technology (1968–1975) and Minister for Health (1975–1981). He also served as the Chairman of the People's Action Party (PAP) from 1954 to 1981, and as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Singapore from 1968 to 1975.

Politicians of Chinese descent Singaporean people of Chinese descent People awarded the Darjah Utama Nila Utama Members of the Parliament of Singapore National University of Singapore alumni 2012 deaths Immigrants to Singapore People's Action Party politicians 1921 births
Shö language

Narn i Chîn Húrin

China Kingdom

Larry Wu-Tai Chin

Larry Wu-tai Chin was a Chinese language translator working for the CIA's Foreign Broadcast Information Service. He sold classified documents to the People's Republic of China from 1952 to 1985.

Chinese emigrants to the United States CIA agents with criminal convictions American people convicted of spying against the United States 1986 deaths Spies who died in prison custody People of the Central Intelligence Agency 1918 births People from Beijing Naturalized citizens of the United States American money launderers Chinese spies Spies who committed suicide
Carl Chinn

Professor Carl Stephen Alfred Chinn MBE, Ph.D. (born 6 September 1956) is an English historian, writer, radio presenter, magazine editor, newspaper columnist, media personality, local celebrity, and famous Brummie, whose working life has been devoted to the study and popularisation of the city of Birmingham in England. Chinn is a supporter of Aston Villa Football Club and has a season ticket in the Doug Ellis Stand at Villa Park.

Living people People from Moseley 1956 births People educated at Moseley School Members of the Order of the British Empire
Qiu Jin

Qiu Jin, courtesy names Xuanqing and Jingxiong, sobriquet Jianhu Nüxia, was a Chinese revolutionary, feminist and writer. She was executed after a failed uprising against the Qing Dynasty. She is considered a heroine in China.

1907 deaths Martyrs Women poets Chinese revolutionaries 1875 births Chinese women writers Qing Dynasty poets People executed by the Qing Dynasty People from Fuzhou People from Shaoxing People of the Xinhai Revolution Chinese feminists People executed by decapitation
Kam Fong Chun

Kam Fong Chun (May 27, 1918 – October 18, 2002), born Kam Tong Chun, was an American actor whose claim to fame was his 1968 to 1978 star performance as Chin Ho Kelly, a police detective on the CBS television network series Hawaii Five-O.

Cancer deaths in Hawaii American actors of Asian descent American municipal police officers American people of Chinese descent 1918 births People from Honolulu, Hawaii 2002 deaths Deaths from lung cancer American television actors
Jin Dynasty

Mel Chin

Mel Chin (born 1951 in Houston, Texas, USA) is a conceptual visual artist. Motivated largely by political, cultural, and social circumstances, Chin works in a variety of art media to calculate meaning in modern life. Chin places art in landscapes, in public spaces, and in gallery and museum exhibitions, but his work is not limited to specific venues. Chin once stated: “Making objects and marks is also about making possibilities, making choices—and that is one of the last freedoms we have.

Conceptual artists Living people American artists of Chinese descent East Tennessee State University faculty 1951 births Artists from Texas Postmodern artists
Lim Chin Siong

Lim Chin Siong was an influential leftwing politician and trade union leader in Singapore in the 1950s and 1960s.

Singaporean prisoners and detainees Barisan Sosialis politicians Prisoners and detainees of Singapore Singaporean people of Chinese descent 1996 deaths Singaporean people of Hokkien descent 1933 births Singaporean people Communism People's Action Party politicians Hwa Chong Institution alumni
The Secret of the Golden Flower

The Secret of the Golden Flower ("Tai Yi Jin Hua Zong Zhi" 《太乙金華宗旨》), a Chinese Taoist book about meditation, was translated by Richard Wilhelm (also translator, in the 1920s, of the Chinese philosophical classic the I Ching). Wilhelm, a friend of Carl Jung, was German, and his translations from Chinese to German were later translated to English by Cary F. Baynes.

Chinese philosophy Chinese classic texts Taoist texts Chinese thought
Chin-Feng Chen

Chin-Feng Chen is a baseball outfielder who was the first player born in Taiwan to play in Major League Baseball. He played for the Los Angeles Dodgers during 2002-2005 season, but only sparingly. In 2005, Chen was reluctant to accept the designate for assignment back to Dodgers' Las Vegas 51s AAA team, and try out with another major league team.

La New Bears players All-Star Futures Game players Living people 1977 births Los Angeles Dodgers players Las Vegas 51s players Jacksonville Suns players Major League Baseball outfielders Major League Baseball players from Taiwan Olympic baseball players of Taiwan Baseball players at the 2004 Summer Olympics Taiwanese aborigines People from Tainan San Antonio Missions players Asian Games medalists in baseball Baseball players at the 2008 Summer Olympics Vero Beach Dodgers players San Bernardino Stampede players
Peter Chin

Peter Wing Ho Chin CNZM (born 1941) is a lawyer and was the 56th Mayor of Dunedin, New Zealand. He served two terms as Mayor from 2004 to 2010. Chin is a descendant of the earliest Chinese immigrants to New Zealand, and his family owned a take-away establishment in Stuart Street. In the 1950s Chin was a student at Otago Boys' High School and then the University of Otago, graduating LLB.

New Zealand people of Chinese descent New Zealand lawyers University of Otago alumni Living people Companions of the New Zealand Order of Merit 1941 births People from Dunedin Mayors of Dunedin
Michael Lee-Chin

The Honourable Michael Lee-Chin, OJ (born 1951) is a Jamaican-Canadian business magnate, investor, and capitalist. He is the founder and Chairman of Portland Holdings Inc. , a privately held investment company which owns a collection of diversified operating companies in sectors that include media, tourism, health care telecommunications and financial services.

Canadian billionaires People from Portland Parish Members of the Order of Jamaica Hakka people Living people McMaster University alumni Businesspeople from Ontario Canadian philanthropists Royal Ontario Museum Canadian people of Jamaican descent 1951 births People from Hamilton, Ontario Canadian people of Chinese descent

Chinbrook is a suburb in southeast London; it is located 14 km (8.7 mi) southeast of Charing Cross and is in the southeast corner of the London Borough of Lewisham on its boundary with the London Borough of Bromley. Chinbrook lies between Grove Park and Mottingham, approximately half a mile east of Grove Park centre and is generally considered part of Grove Park.

Districts of Lewisham Districts of London
Chan Chin-wei

Chan Chin-wei is a professional Taiwanese tennis player playing in the ITF Women's Circuit. On October 2, 2006 she reached her highest WTA singles ranking of 152. On January 15, 2007 she reached her highest WTA doubles ranking of 88. Her coach is Chan Fu Chen.

Asian Games medalists in tennis Living people People from Kaohsiung 1985 births Taiwanese female tennis players

CHIN is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts multilingual programming at AM 1540 in Toronto, Ontario. The station, owned by CHIN Radio/TV International, also has an FM rebroadcaster at 91.9 to fill in reception gaps in parts of the Toronto area — this should not be confused with CHIN-FM, which offers a distinct program schedule. The station, Canada's first multilingual broadcast outlet, was launched in 1966 by Toronto broadcaster Johnny Lombardi.

Multicultural and ethnic radio stations in Canada Radio stations in Toronto

CHIN-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts multilingual programming at FM 100.7 in Toronto, Ontario. It should not be confused with FM 91.9, a rebroadcaster of AM sister station CHIN with a different programming schedule. Both stations are owned by CHIN Radio/TV International. The station was launched in 1967 by Toronto broadcaster Johnny Lombardi, a year after the AM station's launch.

Multicultural and ethnic radio stations in Canada Radio stations in Toronto
Chin-lung Hu

Hu Chin-lung is a Taiwanese professional baseball player. He is currently with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Hu, along with his countryman Fu-Te Ni (a pitcher for the Detroit Tigers), has the shortest surname in Major League Baseball history. He is the fifth player—and first infielder—in Major League Baseball from Taiwan.

2006 World Baseball Classic players All-Star Futures Game players Gulf Coast Mets players New York Mets players Major League Baseball shortstops Living people Los Angeles Dodgers players Las Vegas 51s players Jacksonville Suns players Albuquerque Isotopes players Ogden Raptors players Major League Baseball players from Taiwan People from Tainan Adelaide Bite players 1984 births Southern Maryland Blue Crabs players Columbus Catfish players Asian Games medalists in baseball Buffalo Bisons (minor league) players Vero Beach Dodgers players

The chin-up (also known as a chin/chinup) is a strength training exercise. People frequently do this exercise with the intention of strengthening muscles such as the latissimus dorsi and biceps, which extend the shoulder and flex the elbow, respectively. It is a form of pull-up in which the range of motion is established in relation to a person's chin. In verb form, when someone does this exercise, it is called chinning.

Bodyweight exercise
Mara language

The Mara language is a language spoken by Mara people living in South Mizoram, India and the adjacent people living in Chin State in Burma, formerly Burma. The Mara language belongs to the Kukish branch of the Tibeto-Burman family of languages. The speakers of the language are also known as Mara. Mara is a recognised language in the School curriculum of Mara Autonomous District Council (MADC).

Languages of India Kukish languages
Chin curtain

The chin curtain beard (also called a Donegal or Lincoln) is a particular style of facial hair that grows along the jaw line and covers the chin completely. This is not to be confused with the chinstrap beard—a style of beard that also grows along the jaw line but does not fully cover the chin. In addition, many chin curtain beards do not extend that far below the jawline, if at all, whereas all chinstrap beards generally do.

Abraham Lincoln Facial hair
Khanom chin

Khanom chin or khanohm jeen are fresh rice noodles in Thai cuisine which are made from rice which has first been fermented for three days, boiled, and then made in to noodles by pressing the resulting dough through a sieve in to boiling water. Khanom in Thai usually refers to desserts, but in a wider sense can denote many things that use any type of flour as its main ingredient.

Mon people Rice Thai noodles Fermented foods
Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes

The Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race held under Weight for Age conditions, for horses aged three years old and upwards, over a distance of 1600 metres. It is held at Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne in September. For a majority of its history it was known as the John F Feehan Stakes. It is named for Malaysian entrepreneur and racehorse owner Dato Tan Chin Nam.

Open mile category horse races Horse races in Australia
Chin-up bar

Chin-up bars are playground equipment that were once ubiquitous on children's playgrounds. They are still important in the adult equivalent of a playground, the Par course. A chin-up bar is simply a smooth horizontal metal bar, often a pipe, held solidly above ground by a wooden or metal frame. Typical installations include 2 or 3 different heights of bars for people of different heights.

Chin Haw

Chin Haw or Chin Ho are Chinese people who migrated to Thailand via Burma or Laos. Most of them were from Yunnan, the southern province of China.

Ethnic groups in Thailand
Arthur Chin

Major Arthur Chin was an American pilot and a Second Sino-Japanese War fighter ace.

Chinese World War II flying aces American World War II flying aces Taishanese people American people of Chinese descent Military personnel of the Republic of China in the Second Sino-Japanese War 1913 births 1997 deaths Recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross (United States) People from Portland, Oregon Republic of China Air Force personnel American people of Peruvian descent
Clive Chin

Clive Chin (born on 14 May 1954 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Chinese Jamaican record producer whose work includes recordings by The Wailers, Dennis Brown, Lee Perry and Black Uhuru, among others. Chin was a pioneer in the establishment of dub as a standalone musical form.

1954 births Jamaican reggae musicians Living people Jamaican people of Chinese descent People from Kingston, Jamaica Jamaican record producers
Hakha-Chin language

Hakha Chin (Baungshe, Lai) is a language spoken in southern Asia by 446,264 people. The total figure includes 2,000 Zokhua, and 60,100 Lai speakers. The speakers are largely concentrated in eastern India in addition to Burma with a small amount of speakers in Bangladesh in South Asia and northwestern Southeast Asian region. Even though there is no official language in Chin State, Lai holh is used as a communication language or lingua franca in most parts of Chin State.

Languages of Burma Kukish languages Languages of India Languages of Bangladesh Languages of Asia
Ak-Chin Indian Community

The Ak-Chin Indian Community is a Native American community located in the Santa Cruz Valley in Arizona. The community is composed mainly of Pima and Tohono O'odham, as well as some Yoeme members. As of 2000, the population living in the community was 742, with a median age of 24.2, compared to a median age of 37.1 for all of Pinal County. 89.4% of the population was American Indian or Alaska Native alone or in combination with other races.

Tohono O'odham Federally recognized tribes in the United States American Indian reservations in Arizona Geography of Pinal County, Arizona
Su-chin Pak

SuChin Pak (Korean: 박수진, born August 15, 1976) is a South Korean-born American television news correspondent, frequently appearing on the cable networks of MTV. She joined MTV News as a correspondent in May 2001.

University of California, Berkeley alumni 1976 births American television reporters and correspondents Living people American people of Korean descent People from Union City, California American television journalists
Chen Kenichi

, whose name is often romanized Chin Kenichi in Japanese sources, is a Han Chinese chef best known for his role as the Iron Chef Chinese on the television series Iron Chef. He wears a yellow outfit and rises into Kitchen Stadium holding a cleaver in his hand. He is the only Iron Chef to have held his position throughout the life of the show. He was born in Japan to ethnic Han Chinese parents of Japanese nationality and his formal name is Ken'ichi Azuma .

Japanese people of Chinese descent Japanese chefs People from Tokyo Living people 1956 births Chinese chefs
Japanese Chin

The Japanese Chin (狆), also known as the Japanese Spaniel, is the dog of Japanese royalty. A lap dog and companion dog, this toy breed has a distinctive heritage. They're part of the Toy Dog Tree, this means they share part of their heritage with the Pekingese, including the Pug, French Bulldog, and other toy dogs.

Dog breeds Toy dogs Spaniels Companion dogs Dog breeds originating in Japan
Chin Chin Gutierrez

Maria Carminia Lourdes Cynthia Arnaldo Gutierrez, better known as Chin Chin Gutierrez, is a Filipino actress and environmentalist.

Living people Filipino television actors Filipino film actors Filipino environmentalists 1972 births
Herman Chin Loy

Herman Chin Loy (Trelawny, July 11, 1948) is a Jamaican record producer, best known for his productions from the late 1960s and early 1970s of artists such as Augustus Pablo, Dennis Brown, Alton Ellis and Bruce Ruffin, and for the Aquarius and Scorpio labels that he ran. He is a Chinese Jamaican.

People from Trelawny Parish Jamaican record producers Living people Dub musicians
John Chin Young

John Chin Young (1909-1997) was a painter who was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on March 26, 1909. He was the son of Chinese immigrants and began drawing at the age of eight, stimulated by Chinese calligraphy, which he learned in Chinese language school. Young had his first and only art lessons while a student at President William McKinley High School in Honolulu. Thereafter, his art was entirely self-taught.

American painters American people of Chinese descent American artists People from Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii artists 1997 deaths 1909 births
Chin Up Chin Up

Chin Up Chin Up was an American indie pop band formed in Chicago in 2001.

Musical groups from Chicago, Illinois Musical groups disestablished in 2009 Musical groups established in 2001 American indie rock groups
Chin-hui Tsao

Chin-Hui Tsao is a former Major League Baseball and CPBL pitcher. He is the second major league player and the first major league pitcher of Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan) nationality, and like the first, former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Chin-Feng Chen, he is a Taiwanese aborigine. After the 2009 Taiwan Series he was found involved in game-fixing scandals and was expelled by CPBL on February 10, 2010.

All-Star Futures Game players Salem Avalanche players Asheville Tourists players Colorado Springs Sky Sox players Living people Los Angeles Dodgers players Las Vegas 51s players People from Hualien County Major League Baseball pitchers Tulsa Drillers players Modesto Nuts players Omaha Royals players Major League Baseball players from Taiwan Olympic baseball players of Taiwan Brother Elephants players 1981 births Baseball players at the 2004 Summer Olympics Tri-City Dust Devils players Taiwanese aborigines Baseball players at the 2008 Summer Olympics Colorado Rockies players
Cleft chin murder

The cleft chin murder was a killing which occurred as part of a string of crimes during 1944, and was mentioned in George Orwell's essay "Decline of the English Murder". It became known as the "cleft chin murder" because the murder victim, a taxi driver, had a cleft chin. The culprits were Karl Hulten, a Swedish Army deserter, and Elizabeth Jones, an eighteen-year-old waitress. Jones later said she dreamed of "doing something exciting," and fantasized about being a stripper.

Murders Murder in England 1944 in England Murder in 1944
Chin Han

Ng Chin Han, usually credited as just Chin Han, is a Singaporean actor of stage, film and television whose career has spanned over twenty years. He starred in Masters of the Sea, Singapore television's first foray into English-language drama. In recent years he broke into the Hollywood film industry with 3 Needles. He appeared in The Dark Knight as Lau and in Roland Emmerich's 2009 film 2012 as Tenzin. Chin Han next appeared in Steven Soderbergh's film Contagion as an epidemiologist, Sun Feng.

Singaporean actors Living people Singaporean stage actors National University of Singapore alumni Singaporean television actors 1969 births Singaporean film actors
Chin Eei Hui

Chin Eei Hui (born June 18, 1982) is a female badminton player from Malaysia in the women's doubles event.

1982 births Living people Malaysian badminton players Badminton players at the 2008 Summer Olympics Olympic badminton players of Malaysia Commonwealth Games gold medallists for Malaysia Badminton players at the 2004 Summer Olympics Malaysian Chinese people
Wang Chin District

Wang Chin is a district in the southern part of Phrae Province, northern Thailand.

Amphoe of Phrae Province
Lai languages

Lai are those Kukish languages spoken by the Lai people. They include Laiholh spoken around the Haka (Hakha/Halkha) capital of Chin State in Burma (Myanmar) and in the Lawngtlai district of Mizoram, India. In Bangladesh, a related language is spoken by the Bawm people. Known locally as Hakha Holh, it is probably the most spoken language in Chin State. Another branch of Lai Kukish includes Falam Lai/Zahau, better known as Laiţawng.

Languages of India Mizoram Kukish languages
Jin Shengtan

Jin Shengtan (1610?-7 August 1661), former name Jin Renrui (金人瑞), also known as Jin Kui (金喟), was a Chinese editor, writer and critic, who has been called the champion of Vernacular Chinese literature.

1610 births 1661 deaths Chinese Confucianists Chinese novelists
Chin Siu-ho

Chin Siu Ho (born January 26, 1963) is a Hong Kong actor and martial artist, notable for acting with Jet Li in The Tai-Chi Master and Fist of Legend. He is the older brother of actor Chin Kar-lok.

Living people Hong Kong actors Hong Kong film actors 1963 births
Kim Ho-shang

Musang, Wu-hsiang, Master Kim, Kim Ho-shang, Chin ho shang, 金和尚 (684-762) was a Korean Ch'an master whose teachings were amongst the first streams of Ch'an Buddhist transmitted to Tibet.

Buddhism in Korea
Mro language

Mro, also Mro-Khimi or Mro Chin, is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Lau Chin-shek

Lau Chin-shek is the President of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions and a vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee. He was born in Guangzhou and had a secondary school education. He was a member of the Legislative Council from 1991 to 2008. Lau smuggled from Guangzhou to Hong Kong in 1960. Since 1980s, he has been a labour activist, working to help factory workers in Sham Shui Po and Cheung Sha Wan, where orking conditions were poor in those days.

1944 births People from Guangzhou Hong Kong democracy activists Hong Kong politicians Members of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong Living people Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions Trade unionists Democratic Party (Hong Kong) politicians
Leung Chin-man

Leung Chin-man JP is a retired senior civil servant in the Government of Hong Kong the former Permanent Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands.

Government officials of Hong Kong Living people 1946 births
Chin Injeti

Chin Injeti is a singer, musician, and music producer who got his start as a founding member of Juno award-winning group Bass is Base, he continues to thrive as an artist releasing his recent solo album "D'tach" (2009) and its reworked version "Re'tach" (2011). Working in genres ranging from country to rock and most notably hip-hop, Chin is seeing major breakthroughs as a writer/producer. Recent work with DJ Khalil for top hip-hop artists Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Drake, Clipse, Eminem.

Canadian hip hop record producers Canadian bass guitarists Canadian record producers Canadian guitarists Living people Place of birth missing (living people) Canadian people of Indian descent Canadian male singers Year of birth missing (living people) Canadian rhythm and blues musicians Canadian musicians of Asian descent Musicians from Toronto Canadian rhythm and blues singers
Chien Yu-chin

Chien Yu-Chin is a female badminton player from Republic of China. Chien competed for Republic of China as Chinese Taipei in badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in women's doubles with partner Cheng Wen-Hsing. They defeated Helen Nichol and Charmaine Reid of Canada in the first round but were defeated by Lee Hyo-jung and Hwang Yu-mi of Korea in the round of 16. See also: Chien Yu-Hsiu

1982 births Living people Olympic badminton players of Taiwan Taiwanese badminton players Badminton players at the 2008 Summer Olympics Badminton players at the 2004 Summer Olympics
Chin Sophonpanich

Chin Sophonpanich (Thai: ชิน โสภณพนิช, Chinese: 陳弼臣, 1910 - 1988) was the founder of Bangkok Bank and Bangkok Insurance.

Thai businesspeople People from Chaoyang District, Shantou Sophonpanich family 1910 births 1988 deaths Bangkok Bank People from Bangkok
Chin–Doihara Agreement

Daai Chin

The Dai or Daai (Yindu) are an ethnic tribe of Chin, Myanmar. The Burmese used to call the Dai "Yindu Chin" because of their clothing styles. In particular, Dai women used to wear their clothes from the breast to knee. They live in the mountain ranges of Chin, Myanmar, and are known for their face tattoos. The Dai are one of 53 tribes of Chin and 135 tribes of Myanmar. The Dai people are from Myanmar located in southern Chin.

Ethnic groups in Burma History of Inner Mongolia Ethnic groups in China
Charlie Chin

Charlie Chin (born Qin Xianglin, also spelled Chin Hsiang Lin, on May 19, 1948, in Nanjing, China) is a Chinese actor. He first had his break, when he moved to Hong Kong with his family at an early age. At only 12 years of age Charlie moved to Taiwan to join Fu Xing Ju Xiao, a Peking opera school. At the age of 20 he moved back to Hong Kong to join Guo Tai Movie Inc. His movie debut came in the film Xia Ri Chu Lian, literally translating to "The First Love In Summer".

1948 births Chinese film actors Living people
Chin Kim

Chin Kim (born 1957) is a Korean-born American classical violinist, largely educated in the United States through the Juilliard School, and the Curtis Institute of Music. http://commons. wikimedia. org/wiki/File:Chin_Kim. jpg

Living people South Korean classical violinists American classical violinists People from Manhattan American classical musicians of Korean descent 1957 births Curtis Institute of Music alumni
Falam language

Falam (Falam Chin), also known as Baro Halam, is a Kukish language of Burma and India. Dialects are divergent. Zanniat and Chorei may be distinct languages, and there are difficulties in intelligibility with Tapong. Rupini and Koloi are also reported to be quite different.

Kukish languages
Margaret Chin

Margaret Chin is a New York City-based American politician. A Democrat, she was elected to the New York City Council on November 3, 2009, to represent District 1 in Lower Manhattan, which includes, amongst other neighborhoods and sites, Chinatown, the Financial District, City Hall, and the site of the World Trade Center. Chin immigrated to the United States when she was nine years old and was raised in Chinatown.

1954 births American politicians of Hong Kong descent Hong Kong emigrants to the United States Living people Taishanese people American politicians of Chinese descent Naturalized citizens of the United States Women in New York politics Asian American women in politics New York City Council members New York Democrats
Paite language

Paite, or Paite Chin, is a Zomi language of India and Burma.

Kukish languages
Christine Chow Ma

Christine Chow Ma (Christine Chow Mei-ching) is the current First Lady of the Republic of China. She is the wife of Ma Ying-Jeou, the current President of the Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan).

1952 births Hong Kong people First Ladies of the Republic of China Living people National Chengchi University alumni New York University alumni

A chinrest is a shaped piece of wood (or plastic) attached to the body of a violin or a viola to aid in the positioning of the player's jaw or chin on the instrument. The chinrest may be made of ebony, rosewood, boxwood, or plastic. It was invented by Louis Spohr in the early 19th century in response to increasingly difficult repertoire which demanded freer left hand techniques than had previously been used.

String instrument construction Violins
Soh Chin Aun

Datuk Soh Chin Aun; born July 28, 1950 is a Malaysian Chinese national football player from Malacca alongside the late Mokhtar Dahari and R. Arumugam. He was known as Tauke or Towkay (English: Boss) by his team mate and fans. In 1971, when he played in the Olympic qualifier in Seoul, South Korea, he was the youngest member of the national team at the age of 21. He participated in the 1972 Munich Olympic Games and was the captain of the qualifying team to the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games.

1950 births Footballers at the 1972 Summer Olympics Living people Malaysian footballers Selangor FA players Olympic footballers of Malaysia Malaysia international footballers Malaysian Chinese people People from Malacca
Double chin

A double chin is a layer of subcutaneous fat around the neck that sags down and creates a wrinkle, making the owner appear to have a second chin. It is most common on people who are elderly or obese. A person of average weight can bear a double chin as well, depending on their bone structure and amount of loose skin. It is more visible when the bottom jaw is lowered or the head is tilted down.

Obesity Facial features
Federation for a Democratic China

Federation for a Democratic China (FDC) is an interest group that advocates the democratization of China through opposition of the Communist Party of China and support of human rights. It was founded on September 22, 1989 in Paris, France, following the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Incident. It was a party of exiles active in Japan, England, and Australia. Fei Liangyong was the President with Sheng Xue, Liang Youcan and Li Song as Vice-Presidents.

Political repression in the People's Republic of China
An Jincang

An Jincang (died 711) was a Tang Dynasty court official responsible for saving the life of Li Dan, the future emperor. A native of Luoyang, he was employed in the Court of Sacrificial Worship under the Empress Wu Zetian. When charges of treason were brought against the heir apparent Li Dan, he loudly protested that the latter was innocent; and in token of good faith seized a knife and ripped up his own belly so that his bowels hung down to the ground.

People from Luoyang 711 deaths Tang Dynasty politicians Year of birth missing
Seah Eu Chin

Seah Eu Chin was an immigrant from South China to Singapore, later becoming a successful merchant and leader in the Chinese community. He is a prominent descendant of Seah Clan in Southeast Asia.

Singaporean businesspeople Singaporean people of Chinese descent Singaporean people of Teochew descent 1883 deaths 1805 births
O Chin-u

Marshal O Chin-u (March 8, 1917-February 25, 1995) was a soldier and politician of North Korea. He was the Minister of Armed Forces for many years until his death in February 1995. O was the third most powerful person in North Korea, after Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il. Very little is known about him except for the fact that he served with Kim Il-sung's partisan unit and eventually rose through the ranks of the North Korean Army.

Korean revolutionaries North Korean military personnel Korean independence activists 1995 deaths Marshals North Korean military personnel of the Korean War Government ministers of North Korea 1917 births
Money Island, Paracel Islands

Money Island or Jinyin Island, (Chinese: 金银岛; literally "money island"; Vietnamese: Quang Ảnh and Vietnamese: Ðảo Vính Lạc) is the southwesternmost island in the Crescent Group of the Paracel Islands archipelago. It rises to a height of 6 metres and is covered with brush. At the eastern side of the island lies an extensive reef, which contains a central lagoon, but the reef is mostly submerged at high tide. Inside the lagoon, the open areas range in depth from 7 m to 20 m.

Paracel Islands
Chin augmentation

Chin augmentation using surgical implants can alter the underlying structure of the face, providing better balance to the facial features. This operation is often, but not always, performed at the time of rhinoplasty to help balance the facial proportions. Chin augmentation may be achieved by manipulation of the jaw bone (mandible) and augmentation utilizing this technique usually provides a more dramatic correction than with the use of prosthetic implants.

Plastic surgery Implants Jaw surgery Oral and maxillofacial surgery Oral surgery

Gymnocalycium, commonly called chin cactus, is a genus of about 70 South American species of cacti. The genus name Gymnocalycium (from Greek, "naked calyx") refers to the flower buds bearing no hair or spines. Their main area of distribution is Argentina, part of Uruguay, Paraguay, southern Bolivia and part of Brazil. Most species are rather small varying from 4 to 15 centimetres in size. They are popular for their easy flowering habits, and the flowers are generally brightly coloured.

Gymnocalycium Cactaceae genera
Gabriel J. Chin

Gabriel Jack Chin is an author, legal scholar, and Professor at the University of California, Davis School of Law. He teaches a variety of courses, including Criminal Law, Immigration, Criminal Appellate Advocacy, and Race and Law.

Yale Law School alumni Wesleyan University alumni American legal scholars Living people Year of birth missing (living people) University of Michigan Law School alumni University of Arizona faculty
CHIN Radio/TV International

CHIN Radio/TV International (legally known as Radio 1540 Limited) is a Canadian radio and television broadcasting company, which owns and operates three radio stations and a television program production unit, all targeting multilingual communities. The company also holds the annual CHIN Picnic. Started in 1966 by Johnny Lombardi, an Italian Canadian, the company produces and airs programming in 32 different languages.

Radio broadcasting companies of Canada Media in Toronto
The Search for Animal Chin

The Search for Animal Chin is a 1987 skateboarding film featuring the Bones Brigade. It is one of the first skateboarding films to have a "plot".

1987 films Skateboarding videos
Chin Gee Hee

Chin Gee Hee, courtesy name Chàngtíng (暢庭), Cheun Gee Yee, was a Chinese merchant, labor contractor, and railway entrepreneur, who made his fortune in Seattle, Washington before returning to his native village in Taishan, Guangdong province, which sources variously refer to as "Look Tun", "Langmei village, Doushan town", or "Long-mei" "of Luk-choon" ], where he continued his successes.

Chinese emigrants to the United States Taishanese people Chinese businesspeople People from Seattle, Washington Naturalized citizens of the United States 1844 births 1929 deaths
Khumi language

Khumi, or Khumi Chin, is a Kukish language of Burma, with some across the border in Bangladesh. A purported distinct coastal variety, Awa Khumi, turns out to be Mro.

Kukish languages
Ming Chin

Ming William Chin (born August 31, 1942) (陳惠明) is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of California. He was appointed to the California Supreme Court by Governor Pete Wilson on January 25, 1996, and confirmed by the Commission on Judicial Appointments and sworn in on March 1, 1996. He was retained by the electorate in November 1998, with 69.3% percent of the vote. In 1969, Chin was awarded an United States Army Commendation Medal and a Bronze Star for his service in the Vietnam War.

University of San Francisco alumni Living people American military personnel of the Vietnam War California Supreme Court justices Recipients of the Army Commendation Medal Recipients of the Bronze Star Medal American jurists of Asian descent 1942 births
Siyin language

Siyin (Siyin Chin), or Sizaang (Sizang), is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Chin Kung

Chin Kung, AM (b. 1927) is a Buddhist monk from the Mahayana tradition. He is the founder of the Corporate Body of the Buddha Educational Foundation, an organization based on the teachings of Pure Land Buddhism. He was born in Lujiang County, Anhui Province, China under the birth name of Hsu Yeh-hong (Xú Yèhóng 徐業鴻).

1927 births Taiwanese Buddhist monks Living people People from Chaohu Pure Land Buddhism Members of the Order of Australia
Marilyn Chin

Marilyn Chin (born 1955) is an American poet who grew up in Portland, Oregon, after her family immigrated from Hong Kong. She received an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa. Her awards include two National Endowment for the Arts grants, the Stegner Fellowship, the PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Literary Award, four Pushcart Prizes, and a Fulbright Fellowship. Her poetry focuses on social issues, especially those related to Asian American feminism and bi-cultural identity.

Living people 1955 births American writers of Chinese descent
Chyi Chin

Chyi Chin, is a Taiwanese singer and songwriter.

1960 births Converts to Buddhism People from Taichung Taiwanese Mandopop singer-songwriters Living people Taiwanese singer-songwriters Taiwanese male singers Taiwanese people of Manchu descent
Hsiao Bi-khim

Hsiao Bi-khim is a Taiwanese political figure associated with the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), serving in the past as a legislator, as well as an important figure in DPP foreign policy circles. She is also a Vice President of Liberal International.

Party List Members of the Legislative Yuan Living people Members of the 5th Legislative Yuan People from Kobe Oberlin College alumni Columbia University alumni Taiwan independence activists 1971 births Democratic Progressive Party Members of the Legislative Yuan People who lost United States citizenship Taiwanese women in politics Members of the 6th Legislative Yuan

A chinface, sometimes referred to as a chinhead, chinman, or chinmonster is a performance, usually of a comical nature, involving someone's chin. By drawing or attaching eyes, it gives the impression of a distorted face when viewed upside down.

Puppetry Comedy
Chin Lee

Chin Lee is a city councillor in Toronto, Canada from Scarborough for Ward 41 Scarborough-Rouge River. Lee is a Malaysian-Chinese Canadian who was elected to Toronto City Council in the November 2006 civic elections to Ward 41 - Scarborough-Rouge River. He replaces former councillor and current MPP Bas Balkissoon. Lee is also a member of the Scarborough Community Council.

Canadian people of Malaysian descent Living people Canadian people of Chinese descent Toronto city councillors
Gonchigjalzangiin Badamdorj

Gonchigjalzangiin Badamdorj was an early 20th century Mongolian religious figure and prime minister under the Bodg Khaanate from late 1919 to January 1920. He is most remembered in Mongolia for caving to Chinese threats and signing the "Sixty-Four Articles" wherein Mongolia "voluntarily" relinquished its claims to independence from Chinese rule in 1919.

Year of death missing Prime Ministers of Mongolia
May Chin

Kao Chin Su-mei, born on September 21, 1965 in Heping Township, Taichung County (now part of Taichung City), Taiwan as Chin Su-mei, to a Han Chinese father and a Taiwanese Aborigine (of the Atayal tribe) mother, is a Taiwanese singer, actress and politician.

Minzu University of China alumni 1965 births People from Taichung Taiwanese film actors Taiwanese female singers Living people Members of the 5th Legislative Yuan Aboriginal Members of the Legislative Yuan Non-Partisan Solidarity Union Members of the Legislative Yuan Members of the 7th Legislative Yuan Taiwanese women in politics Members of the 6th Legislative Yuan
Xie Jinyuan

Xie Jinyuan (26 April 1905 – 24 April 1941) was a Chinese Nationalist military officer famous for commanding the Defense of Sihang Warehouse during the Battle of Shanghai in the Second Sino-Japanese War.

Chinese Hakka people 1905 births People from Guangzhou Recipients of the Order of Blue Sky and White Sun Members of the Kuomintang 1941 deaths Chinese military personnel of World War II Whampoa Military Academy alumni National Revolutionary Army generals
Chin Shunshin

Chin Shunshin is a Taiwanese-Japanese novelist, translator and cultural critic. He is best known for his historical fictions and mystery novels, including First Opium War, Chinese History, Ryukyu Wind.

Japanese historical novelists Edogawa Rampo Award winners Japanese critics Living people People from Kobe 1924 births Osaka University alumni Taiwanese novelists Japanese people of Taiwanese descent Japanese fantasy writers Mystery Writers of Japan Award winners Japanese mystery writers
Nga La language

Nga La, also known as Matu Chin (Matupi) and Haltu, is a Kukish language of Burma and India.

Kukish languages
Chu-Chin-Chow (1925 film)

Chu-Chin-Chow is a 1925 British-German adventure film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Betty Blythe, Herbert Langley and Randle Ayrton. It was produced and directed in 1923 in Germany by Wilcox with financial assistance from the German UFA company. Wilcox may have had Erich Pommer also as a financier on the production. It is based on the extraordinarily successful stage musical Chu Chin Chow by Oscar Asche, with music by Frederic Norton, that ran in London from 1916 to 1921.

British films 1920s adventure films Films directed by Herbert Wilcox Films based on plays 1925 films British silent films
World Clash

The "world sound clash" was started by world promotion in 1993, the first clash was at the Roller express in London. Body guard sound system was the first world sound champion. The World Clash was an annual sound system clash started in 1998 by promoters Irish and Chin and held in New York City. The final World Clash was held in 2008. Precursors to World Clash were the UK World Cup which took place in 1993 & 1994 in London, and the Canada World Clash which took place in 1993 in Toronto.

Music competitions
Animal Chin

Animal Chin was a ska punk group from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The group was named after the 1987 skateboarding film, The Search for Animal Chin. They released their debut LP in 1997, and soon after signed to Fueled By Ramen, who pressed their EP The Ins & Outs of Terrorism! that same year. In 1999, FBR released the LP 20 Minutes from Right Now, but the group split up just before the album's release.

Musical groups from Minnesota American pop punk musical groups
Tiffany Chin

Audrey Tiffany Chin is an American figure skater who was the first U.S. ladies' champion of Asian-American descent. She grew up in San Diego, California. She won the 1981 World Junior Figure Skating Championships. At the 1984 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, she finished second overall after winning both the short and long programs, and qualified for the 1984 United States Winter Olympic team.

American sportspeople of Asian descent Olympic figure skaters of the United States American figure skating coaches American female single skaters Living people American people of Chinese descent University of California, Los Angeles alumni People from San Diego, California 1967 births Figure skaters at the 1984 Winter Olympics Asian-American women in sports
Chin Pao San

Chin Pao San is a private cemetery located on a mountainside near Jinshan in New Taipei City, northern Taiwan. The site overlooks the Ju Ming Museum and, beyond it, the East China Sea. Urns at Jinbaoshan are placed both indoors and outdoors. The site is accessible to visitors in wheelchairs. Chin Pao San is famous for its abundant art.

Geography of New Taipei Sculpture gardens, trails and parks Parks in Taiwan Visitor attractions in New Taipei Cemeteries in Taiwan Art gallery districts
Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity

The Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity, formerly known as Chin Min College of Technology and Commerce (親民技術學院), is an educational college in Taiwan. Founded as the Chin Min Junior College of Technology and Commerce by Jou Benchi and Chen Kuan-hua in 1988, it took its current name in 1993. As of 2004 it has approximately 6,800 students and 250 administrative and teaching staff.

Universities and colleges in the Republic of China
Mera naam Chin Chin Chu

Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu is a song from the 1958 Indian film Howrah Bridge. It was the first major hit for Helen. The song was picturised on Helen. The song was written by Qamar Jalalabadi and composed by O.P. Nayyar and sung by Geeta Dutt. The title means "My Name is Chin Chin Chu."

Indian songs Hindi songs 1958 songs
Elias Camsek Chin

Elias Camsek Chin (born 10 October 1949) is a Palauan politician. He served as the Vice President of Palau from 1 January 2005 to 15 January 2009. Chin defeated incumbent Sandra Pierantozzi in vice-presidential elections held on 2 November 2004, winning 71.1% of the vote.

Vice Presidents of Palau Politicians of Chinese descent Members of the Senate of Palau Living people Politicians of Japanese descent People from Peleliu Palauan people of Japanese descent Palauan people of Chinese descent 1949 births
Former Residence of Soong Ching-ling

The Former Residence of Soong Ching Ling is a museum in the Shichahai area of Beijing and once was the last residence of Soong Ching-ling, the wife of Sun Yat-sen and later the Honorary President of the People's Republic of China in 1981. The museum opened in 1982, was renovated in 2009, and is dedicated to her memory.

Visitor attractions in Beijing Historic house museums in China Women's museums Chinese architecture Biographical museums in China Museums in Beijing
Feodor Chin

Feodor Chin (born August 18, 1974) is an American actor, writer and director. Chin starred as the antagonist "Benny" in Juwan Chung's Baby opposite David Huynh, the protagonist. Baby won a Special Jury Award for Best Feature Length Film, Narrative at the 2007 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. He has also starred as Keye Luke in Timothy Tau's short film bio-pic about the Actor and Artist, which premiered at the 2012 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

Living people American actors of Asian descent American people of Chinese descent American film actors 1974 births American television actors
Da Qing Fengyun

Da Qing Fengyun, alternatively known as Qing Gong Fengyun, is a 2006 Chinese television series directed by Chen Jialin, starring Zhang Fengyi, Xu Qing and Jiang Wen. Set in the early Qing Dynasty, the story focuses on the romance between Dorgon and Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang.

2006 television series debuts Television series set in the Qing Dynasty
Tsai Chin (singer)

Tsai Chin is a pop and folk singer from Taiwan. She sings in both Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese Hokkien and is known for her naturally magnetic rich vocals and witty persona.

1957 births Living people Taiwanese female singers People from Kaohsiung
John Ching Hsiung Wu

John Ching Hsiung Wu (born Ningbo 1899 - 1986) was a Chinese poet, lawyer, and writer. He wrote works in Chinese, English, French, and German on Christian spirituality, Chinese literature (including a translation of the Tao Te Ching) and on legal topics. A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, he was the principal author of the constitution of the Republic of China. He was a convert to Roman Catholicism. He maintained a correspondence with U.S.

Roman Catholic writers 1986 deaths Converts to Roman Catholicism People from Ningbo (birthplace) Chinese jurists Chinese poets 1899 births
The Legend of Chin

The Legend of Chin is the first studio album by the alternative rock band Switchfoot. It was released on June 17, 1997 under independent label re:think Records, which was distributed by Sparrow Records.

Switchfoot albums 1997 debut albums
Leeann Chin

Leeann Chin (also styled Lee Ann Chin in promotional materials) is a Chinese-American fast food restaurant chain in Minnesota, operating approximately 40 outlets. Although the establishment's menu is dedicated almost entirely to chicken entrees and fried appetizers, it does offer at least one beef entree and a vegetarian dish. A shrimp entree is available at a premium. There is a great deal of variety in the sauces and vegetables used to prepare dishes in Mongolian, Hunan, and Szechuan styles.

Companies based in Minnesota Fast-food chains of the United States Chinese restaurants Regional restaurant chains in the United States
Mün language

Walter Chin

Walter Chin is a fashion and celebrity photographer who currently lives and works in New York.

Jamaican photographers Living people Year of birth missing (living people) Canadian photographers Jamaican emigrants to Canada
Chin Hills Wren-babbler

The Chin Hills Wren-babbler (Spelaeornis oatesi) is a bird species in the family Timaliidae. It was until recently considered a subspecies of the Long-tailed Wren-babbler (Spelaeornis chocolatinus); the IUCN for example started recognizing it as distinct species in 2008. Its natural habitat are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

Old World babblers Spelaeornis
Chin Dynasty

Thado language

Thado (Thadou, Thaadou, Thado-Ubiphei, Thado-Pao) is a Kukish language of India and Burma, considered to be one of the Mizo languages.

Kukish languages
Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane forests

The Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane forests is a tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion in western Burma (Myanmar). Surrounded at lower elevations by moist tropical forests, this ecoregion is home a diverse range of subtropical and temperate species, including many species characteristic of the Himalayas, as well as many endemic species.

Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests Indomalaya ecozone
Kepala Batas, Penang

Kepala redirects here. Kepala is also a Malay translation of the word "head". Kepala Batas is a town in the northern part of Penang, Malaysia, in Seberang Perai Utara district. The Member of Parliament for Kepala Batas is the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, as this is his hometown. In the past, about the 60's, Kepala Batas became densely populated around Bertam, Pinang Tunggal and the surrounding area with suppliers of daily supplies and agricultural products.

Populated places in Penang
Ni Zhiqin

Ni Zhiqin often referred to as Ni Chih-Chin, is a retired Chinese high jumper. He is known for breaking the world record with 2.29 m on 8 November 1970 in Changsha, but because PR China was not a member of the International Association of Athletics Federations at the time, his record was never ratified.

People from Quanzhou 1942 births Living people Chinese high jumpers
Chin Check

"Chin Check" is a single by N.W.A. from the Next Friday soundtrack. The song was also released on The Best of N.W.A. - The Strength of Street Knowledge and as a bonus track on the N.W. A Greatest Hits album. Due to the presence of Snoop Dogg and the absence of DJ Yella and the late Eazy-E it is debatable whether this can truly be considered an N.W. A song. The song is remembered for being a "reunion song" for N.W.

Songs produced by Dr. Dre N.W.A songs Snoop Dogg songs Songs written by Snoop Dogg 1999 songs
Senthang language

Senthang (Sethang Chin) is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Sukte language

Sukte, commonly known as Tedim (Tiddim) or Tedim Chin, is a Kukish language of India and Burma.

Kukish languages
Tony Chin

Chin Swee Caves Temple

Chin Swee Caves Temple is a Taoist temple in Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia. The Chin Swee Caves Temple is situated in the most scenic site of Genting Highlands. Within the Temple is seated a black statue of the Reverend Master Chin Swee who has long been referred to as a deity in Fujian Province for his supernatural abilities to summon rain and drive away evil spirits. The Temple attracts many local and foreign devotees from Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand and China.

Taoist temples in Malaysia Genting Highlands
Foo Swee Chin

Foo Swee Chin (often abbreviated FSc) (born July 27, 1977) is a Singaporean comic book artist. She is the creator of several alternative comic books, including "A Lost Stock of Children" and "Mince," published by Neko Press, as well as "Chimney 25" and "Zeet", published by Slave Labor Graphics. FSc is also the co-creator of Slave Labor Graphics title, "Nightmares & Fairy Tales," alongside writer Serena Valentino, illustrating issues 1-12, before stepping down in 2005.

Living people 1977 births Female comics artists Singaporean comics artists
Tessanne Chin

Tessanne Chin (born September 23, 1985, in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Reggae fusion recording artist, best known for her hit singles Hideaway and Messenger. Hideaway was featured on VP Records' Reggae Gold 2007. She has already opened for famous acts such as Patti Labelle, Peabo Bryson and Gladys Knight, and toured for 3 years with Jimmy Cliff.

Jamaican people of British descent Jamaican reggae musicians Living people Reggae fusion artists Jamaican people of Chinese descent 1985 births People from Kingston, Jamaica
Bawm language

Bawm or Bawm Chin, AKA Banjogi, is a Kukish language primarily of Bangladesh.

Kukish languages
Mei Chin

Mei Chin (born 1977) is a fiction and food writer living in Dublin. Her short stories have appeared in Fiction and Bomb Magazine and are characterized by a combination of the fantastic and the mundane. She won the James Beard Foundation's M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award in 2005 for "Eat Drink Mother Daughter," (a long article published in Saveur) and won an IACP Food Journalism Award in 2010 for her Saveur article "The Art of Kimchi.

American women writers Wesleyan University alumni Living people 1977 births Chinese women writers Hopkins School alumni American writers of Chinese descent People from Connecticut
Ben Chin

Benjamin Byung Kyu Chin (born 1964), known for short as Ben Chin, is Vice President, Energy Conservation Incentives at Air Miles for Social Change, and a former Canadian political adviser and television journalist.

University of Toronto alumni Canadian people of Korean descent Living people 1964 births Ontario Liberal Party candidates in Ontario provincial elections South Korean expatriates in Switzerland South Korean emigrants to Canada Canadian political consultants Canadian television news anchors
Y. L. Chin

Professor Francis Yuk Lun Chin Chinese: 錢玉麟) is Professor of Computer Science and Taikoo Professor of Engineering at the University of Hong Kong. Professor Chin has served as head of the Computer Science Department from its start until 1999 and is currently the Chair of the Department. He has also performed a number of important tasks for the Government of Hong Kong including undertaking a study into problems at Hong Kong International Airport.

Princeton University alumni Expatriates in Canada Living people Year of birth missing (living people) Computer science teachers Hong Kong expatriates Hong Kong scientists Hong Kong educators
Lee Lin Chin

Lee Lin Chin is the presenter of World News Australia on the Australian SBS TV, a network addressing a multi-cultural audience. She has been part of SBS for many years.

Special Broadcasting Service Australian television presenters Living people Australian people of Chinese descent Year of birth missing (living people) Australian reporters and correspondents People from Jakarta Indonesian people of Chinese descent
Peter Chin Fah Kui

Dato' Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui, born 31 August 1945, is the current Malaysian Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water. He is a Malaysian Chinese and of Hakka descent. He has been the Member of Parliament of Miri in Malaysia since 1985 and is currently the President of Sarawak United Peoples' Party (SUPP)

Hakka people Living people Malaysian politicians Malaysian Hakka people Government ministers of Malaysia 1945 births People from Sarawak Malaysian lawyers Malaysian Chinese people Sarawak United Peoples' Party politicians
Pepper steak

Pepper steak is a stir-fried Chinese American dish consisting of sliced beef steak cooked with sliced green and/or red bell peppers and other seasonings such as soy sauce and ginger, and usually thickened with cornstarch. Sliced onions and bean sprouts are also frequent additions to the recipe. Evidence for the dish's existence in the United States dates from at least 1948. http://books. google.

American Chinese cuisine Beef dishes
Leonard Chin

Leonard Chin (born Leonard Anthony Chin, 1953, Kingston, Jamaica) aka Santic, is a Jamaican reggae record producer. After first working as a car mechanic, he then trained as a photographer and worked for the Gleaner Company. In the early 1970s he began working as a singer with Charles Hannah and The Graduates, and recorded a single for Gussie Clarke, but he realized that he was better suited to production.

Jamaican record producers Living people 1953 births People from Kingston, Jamaica
Alan Chin (artist)

Alan Christopher Chin (born October 15, 1987) is an American artist working in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has worked in the media of painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, sculpture, and film. He is known for his exploratory paintings and sculptures. Chin studied at California College of the Arts in Oakland, California, and has since shown work in galleries around the world.

American sculptors People from Berkeley, California American painters 1987 births Living people American artists of Chinese descent
Ak-Chin Village, Arizona

Ak-Chin Village is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pinal County, Arizona, United States. The population was 669 at the 2000 census.

Census-designated places in Pinal County, Arizona Populated places in Arizona with Native American majority populations
Cheryl Chin

Cheryl Chin (born November 11, 1979) is a Singaporean television and film actress. She was formerly known as a Singapore television actress and fashion model who competed in and won the Star Search Singapore finals in 2003. She also received the best actress award. She has appeared mostly on Singapore's television drama and comedy series. In 2010, she appeared in Mongolian Death Worm directed by Steven R.

Singaporean actors 1979 births Singaporean people of Chinese descent Living people
Wong Chin-chu

Wong Chin-chu Title=Wong Chin-chu;ns=0/Main/;language:wiki=en,locale=en Traditional Chinese 翁金珠 Transcriptions Mandarin - Hanyu Pinyin Wēng Jīnzhū - Wade–Giles Wōng Chīn-chū (born 31 January 1947), a Taiwanese politician, is a member of the Legislative Yuan. She served as the magistrate of Changhua County from 2001 to 2005. With former chairperson Lin Yi-hsiung's support, Wong ran for the chairperson of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the 2006 election.

Party List Members of the Legislative Yuan Changhua County Members of the Legislative Yuan Taiwanese educators Living people Members of the 2nd Legislative Yuan Members of the 3rd Legislative Yuan Members of the 7th Legislative Yuan 1947 births Democratic Progressive Party Members of the Legislative Yuan Taiwanese women in politics Magistrates of Changhua County Members of the 4th Legislative Yuan
Gordon Shi-Wen Chin

Gordon Shi-Wen Chin, a Taiwanese composer and conductor, is a member of the faculty of National Taiwan Normal University. He earned his doctoral degree at the Eastman School of Music under Christopher Rouse and Samuel Adler.

Living people People from Yunlin County Eastman School of Music alumni Taiwanese composers
Meg Lee Chin

Meg Lee Chin is best known for her work with the anarchic industrial supergroup Pigface, headed by Martin Atkins of Invisible Records. She built her own recording studio dubbed Egg, where she recorded her first album, and after appearing on Pigface's 1997 LP A New High in Low as well as its follow-up, Below the Belt, she released the solo debut Piece and Love in 1999. Her second solo effort Junkies and Snakes was released the following year.

Living people Pigface members Year of birth missing (living people)
Chu Chin Chow (1934 film)

Chu-Chin-Chow is a 1934 British musical film directed by Walter Forde and starring George Robey, Fritz Kortner and Anna May Wong. It was an adaptation of the play Chu-Chin-Chow by Frederick Norton and Oscar Asche.

Films directed by Walter Forde British films British musical films 1934 films English-language films
Ong Teck Chin

Ong Teck Chin (born 1949) is a Singaporean educator. He was formerly the Principal/CEO of Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), and resident warden of its boarding school.

School principals and headteachers Singaporean Rhodes scholars Living people Raffles Institution alumni Singaporean educators 1949 births
Esther Applunius

Elizabeth Applunius Chin, also known as Esther Applunius or Esther OIAM 3 is a Malaysian singer. Her father, Applunius Chin of Papar, is a veteran musician on Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM). The fifth of eight siblings, she studied at Shan Tao Kindergarten, SRJK (C) and Kota Kinabalu High School. Esther has enjoyed singing since she was 9 years old, and at the age of 10 she was Sabah champion in the RTM singing contest Bintang Kecil.

1987 births Living people People from Sabah Malay-language singers Malaysian female singers
Glen Chin

Glen Chin (born January 27, 1948) is a critically acclaimed American actor who stars in film and television. He is cast usually according to his obese weight. Such films Chin appeared in was 50 First Dates as the humorous Hawaiian cafe regular, The Underachievers (1987), in which he famously played the Chinese man, and After One Cigarette as Shigeru. He is also a Chinese actor, who was in such films as Heung Gong Yau Gok Hor Lei Wood.

Living people American actors of Asian descent 1948 births American people of Chinese descent American film actors American television actors
Who Killed Vincent Chin?

Who Killed Vincent Chin? is a 1987 documentary film directed by Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Peña about the death of Vincent Chin. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

American films Mandarin-language films American documentary films 1987 films Asian American films Documentary films about racism English-language films 1980s documentary films
Ngawn language

Ngawn or Ngawn Chin is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Chinawut Indracusin

Chinawut-Stéphane Indracusin also known as Chin, is a Thai singer, born on August 13, 1989 from a French mother and a Thai father. He started his career early on by signing up with the biggest record label in Thailand, GMM Grammy which selected him for the G-JUNIOR young artist development program. - In 2003, Chin and two other musicians in G-JUNIOR, Jay and Guy came together to form a group named Big 3.

Thai people of French descent Living people Thai pop singers 1989 births
Welaung language

Welaung, also known as Rawngtu Chin, is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Chin Fung Kee

Chin Fung Kee (1920–1990) was a respected and outstanding Malaysian civil engineer in engineering practice, as well as engineering research and education. He is known for his excellence in geotechnical, structural and hydraulic engineering. He was a local pioneer engineer who played a key role in the development of engineering education, research and practice in the country.

1920 births 1990 deaths Malaysian academics Malaysian engineers
Tay Kay Chin

Tay Kay Chin, a Singapore-based photographer,spent the early part of his professional career at The Straits Times, where he held positions from photographer to picture editor. After leaving the Times, he worked as Presentation Editor of the Sun newspaper in Bremerton, Washington, where his frontpage design for the September 11 disaster was selected by Poynter Institute as one of the 10 best designs in the world, along with journalism giants like The New York Times.

Living people Asian photojournalists Year of birth missing (living people)
Annping Chin

Annping Chin, born in Taiwan in 1950, is a Senior Lecturer of History at Yale. Her fields of study include Confucianism, Taoism, and the Chinese intellectual tradition. Before Yale, she was on the faculty at Wesleyan University.

Wesleyan University faculty 1950 births Living people American academics of Asian descent American writers of Chinese descent Yale University faculty
Daai language

Daai (Daai Chin), also known as Mün and Ütbü, is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Chin Ning Chu

Chin-Ning Chu was a Chinese American business consultant, and a bestselling business management author in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Ms. Chin-Ning Chu, internationally renowned speaker and bestselling author of worldwide bestsellers, “The Asian Mind Game,” “Thick Face, Black Heart,” and “The Art of War for Women” died of cancer on December 10, 2009 in Taiwan.

American motivational writers Chinese emigrants to the United States Business speakers American motivational speakers 2009 deaths 1947 births American self-help writers American writers of Chinese descent
Chin Liew Ten

Chin Liew Ten (C.L. Ten) is Professor of Philosophy and former Head of the Philosophy Department, National University of Singapore. Before taking up his appointments at the National University of Singapore, he was Professor of Philosophy (Personal Chair) and Acting Head of the School of Philosophy, Linguistics, and Bioethics at Monash University, Australia.

Living people Alumni of the London School of Economics National University of Singapore faculty
Zotung language

Zotung (Zotung Chin) is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Yee Chin-yen

Yee Chih-yen, (born November 21, 1959) is a Taiwanese film director.

Living people Taiwanese film directors 1959 births People from Taipei
Chin music

Chin music is a slang term with several different meanings.

Terminology used in multiple sports Slang expressions Baseball terminology
Hwang Jin

Hwang Jin was a general during Japanese invasions of Korea. He is best known for his defense at the castle of Jinju at the Siege of Jinju (1593). There were two battles of Jinju, the first was a great victory for the Koreans while at the second, the Japanese captured the castle, with Hwang Jin and the entire Korean garrison killed. Hwang Jin was killed by two arquebuse bullets.

1593 deaths 1550 births 16th-century Korean people Korean generals
Kim Chin Kyung

Kim Chin Kyung (also spelled Kim Jin Kyong) born 1935 in Seoul, Korea) is a professor of economics and a builder of international institutes of higher learning. He holds a United States passport, but also an honorary permanent Chinese citizenship.

1935 births Living people People from Seoul
Chen Ta-ching

Chen Ta-ching was a KMT general from Jiangxi. Chen was the Governor of Taiwan Province and the ROC Minister of Defense. Government offices Preceded byHuang Chieh Governor of Taiwan Province1969-1972 Succeeded byShien Tung-min

People from Ganzhou Taiwanese Ministers of Defense Chairpersons of the Taiwan Provincial Government Republic of China politicians from Jiangxi Taiwanese Hakka people 1973 deaths National Revolutionary Army generals 1904 births
Hung Chin-chang

Hung Chin-chang is a Taiwanese football coach and a former player. He had played goalkeeper for Chinese Taipei national football team. Currently he coaches National Pei Men Senior High School football team. Present national team goalkeepers Lu Kun-chi and Chung Kuang-tien are his students.

Living people Taiwanese football managers Taiwanese footballers Year of birth missing (living people)
Chin Sian Thang

Chin Sian Thang is chairman of the Zomi National Congress, a political party in Burma. Elected as a member of Parliament during Burma’s ill-fated 1990 elections, he has worked diligently for many years in defiance of the country’s ruling junta. During the 1960s, Chin Sian Thang served as a leader of the Chin Ethnic Student Union while a student at Rangoon University. He is a pro-democracy activist and a strong opponent of Burma Socialist Program Party and Ne Win dictatorship.

Living people Zomi National Congress politicians Year of birth missing (living people)
Chin Swee Tunnel

Chin Swee Tunnel is one of the two tunnels of the Central Expressway. It is located in the central part of Singapore, and starts after the exit 1B of Outram Road and Chin Swee Road in between Chin Swee Road, after the Outram Flyover. The tunnel passes through the junction of Chin Swee Road, Havelock Road, Upper Cross Street and Clemenceau Avenue, and later the junction of Clemenceau Avenue and Merchant Road.

Tunnels in Singapore Article Feedback 5 Museum Planning Area Outram, Singapore Singapore River
Chin (Mayan god)

Chin is one of the names mentioned by Las Casas for a deity said to have introduced homosexual relationships to Mayan noblemen living in the 16th-century Verapaz provinces.

Maya gods
Botak Chin

Wong Swee Chin or more known as Botak Chin is one of the most notorious and dangerous gangster during 60's and the 70's in Malaysia. He was known for armed robberies in a few cases which involves a huge amount of cash. He was respected by the Chinese community and often regarded as modern-age Robin Hood, as some says he shares the cash of robbery to the poor. 16 February 1976 night, he was captured by the police, and was sentenced to hang to death in Pudu Prison on 11 June 1981.

1953 births People executed by hanging People from Kuala Lumpur Malaysian criminals 1981 deaths
Jimmy Chin

Jimmy Chin was born and raised in Mankato, Minnesota and is an accomplished climber, mountaineer, skier and photographer. He has organized and participated in numerous climbing, ski-mountaineering and exploratory expeditions to China, Pakistan, Nepal, Tanzania, Chad, Mali, South Africa and Argentina. An alumnus of Carleton College, he received a BA in Asian Studies.

American mountain climbers Climbing biography stubs Living people Year of birth missing (living people) Summiters of Mount Everest
Tawr language

Tawr or Tawr Chin is a Kukish language of Burma.

Kukish languages
Chin Christian College

Chin Christian College is a college in Hakha, Chin State, Burma. The college is run as a branch of Chin Association for Christian Communication (CACC). As of 2008, there are approximately 300 students. CCC is a Baptist college but also accepts students from other denominations. Moreover, it also has students from other parts of Myanmar such as Kachins and Nagas. At present CCC has Rev. Dr. Henry Siang Kung (Th.D. ) as its Principal and 12 full-time faculty members.

Seminaries and theological colleges in Burma Universities and colleges in Burma Christian colleges in Burma
Transverse muscle of the chin

The transversus menti, or transverse muscle of the chin, is a facial muscle that is often considered to be the superficial fibers of the depressor anguli oris muscle which cross to the other side of the face.

Muscles of the head and neck
Kawang, Chin State

Kawang is a town in Paletwa Township, Mindat District, in the Chin State of Burma (Myanmar).

Populated places in Chin State
Eddie Chin

Eddie Chin (born November 3, 1948) is an American bassist who was formerly a part of The Tourists. As part of his early career Chin joined the skiffle group, The Pigsty Hill Light Orchestra along with fellow musician Robert Greenfield. In 1977 Chin was introduced to Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart and The Tourists were formed.

1948 births Living people Singaporean musicians
Chin Chin (disambiguation)

Chung Kook-Chin

Chung Kook-Chin was a Korean football (soccer) player and manager. He is a descendant of the Korean athletic legends The Three Boar Brothers. He was a member of the South Korea national football team that participated in the 1948 London Olympics and the 1954 Switzerland World Cup. He was famous in his time for wearing eyeglasses during matches. He played forward and, being able to kick with both feet, was usually positioned on the left wing. He managed South Korea twice as head coach.

South Korea national football team managers Olympic footballers of South Korea South Korean footballers Footballers at the 1948 Summer Olympics South Korea international footballers 1954 FIFA World Cup players 1917 births 1976 deaths South Korean football managers
Yang Chin-yi

Yang Chin-Yi (born May 15, 1981) is a Taiwanese weightlifter. At the 2004 Summer Olympics he participated in the 56 kg category, but did not finish. He competed in Weightlifting at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 56 kg division representing Chinese Taipei finishing fourth overall with a personal best combined lift of 285 kg. His previous best was 277.5 kg.

Olympic weightlifters of Taiwan Living people Weightlifters at the 2000 Summer Olympics Weightlifters at the 2008 Summer Olympics Weightlifters at the 2004 Summer Olympics 1981 births Asian Games medalists in weightlifting
The American Journal of Chinese Medicine

The American Journal of Chinese Medicine is published by World Scientific and covers topics relating to alternative medicine of all cultures, such as traditional Chinese medicine, including acupuncture. It was established in 1973 by Frederick F. Kao.

Alternative and traditional medicine journals Bimonthly journals English-language journals Traditional Chinese medicine Publications established in 1973 World Scientific academic journals
Chin Tet Yung

A/P Chin Tet Yung is a Singaporean Member of Parliament for Sembawang GRC, and also served previously as the Chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Home Affairs and Law.

Singaporean people of Hakka descent Singaporean people of Chinese descent Living people Members of the Parliament of Singapore 1951 births Immigrants to Singapore People's Action Party politicians
Chin Chun Hock

Chin Chun Hock was the first Chinese man to settle in Seattle, Washington State, United States. He arrived in 1860 and was employed as a domestic worker. By 1868, Chin Hock had founded a general merchandising store, The Wa Chong Co. , at the foot of Mill Street. He owned the Eastern Hotel which housed the first Asian workers in Seattle.

American businesspeople American people of Chinese descent People from Seattle, Washington 1844 births Year of death missing
Pau Chin Hau

Pau Cin Hau is the founder, and the name of a religion followed by some Tedim and Hakha Chin in the north-western part of Burma. Pau Cin Hau was born at Lailui Khua, in the Tedim Khuapi Uksung in 1859 and lived until 1948. He started a religious movement based on the worship of a god known as Pasian. He also invented a script [Zotuallai or ZOTUAL LAI]. Today, apart from the Pau Cin Hau system, there is also a written language using the Roman alphabet.

Founders of religions Burmese religious leaders 1948 deaths 1859 births
Leung Chin-man appointment controversy

The Leung Chin-man appointment controversy occurred in Hong Kong in August 2008, when the former Permanent Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands, Leung Chin-man was named Deputy Managing Director and Executive Director of New World China Land Ltd. There was widespread suspicion among members of the public that job offer was a quid pro quo for the favours he allegedly granted to its parent company, New World Development (NWD), in 2004.

Politics of Hong Kong 2008 in Hong Kong Political scandals
Gao Guiying

Gao Guiyng (died 1647) was a female Chinese revolutionary, rebellion-leader and army-commander, one of the most remarkable women in the history of China. From the beginning of the 17th century, the Ming dynasty - China was decaying during a large number of rebellions, the greatest one being the rebellion of Li Zicheng, who gathered a very large army of followers around him and became more successful every year.

Year of birth unknown Chinese rebels 1647 deaths Women in 17th-century warfare Chinese soldiers 17th-century Chinese people Women in war in China
Tsai Chin

Chin-Chin Gutierrez

Domrud-e Olya

Domrud-e Olya is a village in Mamulan Rural District, Mamulan District, Pol-e Dokhtar County, Lorestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 527, in 120 families.

Populated places in Pol-e Dokhtar County
Jimmy Chinn

Jimmie Chinn was an actor, teacher and most notably, a playwright.

People from Middleton, Greater Manchester Living people English dramatists and playwrights Year of birth missing (living people)
Leeann Chin (restaurateur)

Leeann Chin (February 13, 1933 – March 10, 2010) was a Chinese-born American restaurateur, entrepreneur and businesswoman who founded the Leeann Chin restaurant chain in the Minneapolis metropolitan area, which features her name, in 1980. Chin was born in Guangzhou, China, on February 13, 1933. The daughter of a grocery store owner, she worked at her father's store as a cashier, cleaner, stocking clerk and bicycle delivery person.

People from Kitsap County, Washington People from Guangzhou Chinese emigrants to the United States American television chefs 1933 births Cookbook authors 2010 deaths American food industry businesspeople People from Minneapolis, Minnesota American restaurateurs Deaths from liver cancer Naturalized citizens of the United States Fast-food chain founders Cancer deaths in Washington (state)
Chin chin

Chin Chin is a fried snack popular in Nigeria and West Africa. It is a sweet, hard, donut-like baked or fried dough of wheat flour, eggs, and other customary baking items. Chin chin may also contain cowpeas. Many people also bake it with ground nutmeg for flavor. It is usually kneaded and cut into small squares of 1 square inch or so, about a quarter of an inch thick, before frying. .

Nigerian cuisine Ghanaian cuisine Snack foods
Chin Ho

Batis molitor

Chinspot Batis

The chinspot batis is a species of bird in the Platysteiridae family. It is found in Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, and dry savanna.

Batis Birds of Africa
Chin, Alberta

Chin is a hamlet in southern Alberta, Canada within the County of Lethbridge. It is located 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) north of Highway 3, approximately 27 kilometres (17 mi) east of Lethbridge.

Designated places in Alberta Lethbridge County, Alberta Hamlets in Alberta
Eusoff Chin

Tun Mohd Eusoff Chin is a former chief justice of Malaysia.

Living people Chief Justices of Malaysia Year of birth missing (living people)
Su Chin-shou

Su Chin-shou was a Chinese muslim general of the 36th Division (National Revolutionary Army), who served under Generals Ma Zhongying and Ma Hushan. He was the Chief of Staff of General Ma Zhancang and was appointed as one of the two tao-yins of Kashgar in May, 1933. He vacated the old city Yamen to join Ma Zhancang in the New City since his fellow Chinese muslims were massacred at the Kizil massacre.

Possibly living people Xinjiang Wars Chinese Muslims Republic of China warlords from Gansu Muslim generals National Revolutionary Army generals Hui people
Armando Chin Yong

Armando Chin Yong (6 July 1958 – 2 February 2011), also known as Chen Rong to the Chinese-speaking, was a Malaysian opera singer, the only tenor with an international reputation forged in European and Asian opera houses and concert halls. He received much of his singing education in Rome, Italy and Vienna, Austria.

2011 deaths Malaysian singers Deaths from cardiovascular disease Operatic tenors 1958 births
Chue Chin Hua

The Chue Chin Hua Company Ltd. is one of the leading aluminium cookware and metal producing group companies in Thailand. The headquarters are based in Samutprakarn.

Companies of Thailand Thai Royal Warrant holders

Baghcheq is a village in Baba Aman Rural District, in the Central District of Bojnord County, North Khorasan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 1,886, in 473 families.

Populated places in Bojnord County
Aksai Chin Lake

Aksai Chin Lake is an endorheic lake on the Aksai Chin Plateau. The plateau is considered by China as part of its national territory and is administered as part of Hotan County, Xinjiang, but is also claimed by India. The lake is located just south of the Kunlun Mountains. It is approximately 15 km long and 6-8 km across. It is fed by the river of the same name. China National Highway 219 passes some 20 km to the southwest of the lake on its way from Shiquanhe, Tibet to Yarkand, Xinjiang.

Lakes of Xinjiang
Chin Un-suk

Kim Chin

Marc Chin

Marc Chin (born 8 September 1987) is a Caymanian cricketer. Chin is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm off break. Chin made a single first-class appearance for the Cayman Islands against Canada at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club in the 2005 Intercontinental Cup. He was dismissed for a duck in the Cayman Islands first-innings by Henry Osinde. In Canada's first-innings, he took the wickets of Ashish Bagai and Nicholas Ifill, finishing with figures of 2/104 from twenty overs.

Cayman Islands cricketers Caymanian people Living people 1987 births
Wong Chin Huat

Wong Chin Huat is a Malaysian political scientist, an university lecturer, a political activist and a columnist. Obtaining his undergraduate degree from Universiti Malaya, he completed his Master's degree at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and is finishing his PhD on electoral system and party politics in West Malaysia between 1982 and 2004 at the University of Essex. He is currently a journalism lecturer at Monash University Malaysia Campus.

Malaysian journalists Living people Malaysian political scientists Malaysian activists
Chin Mo Athletic Association

Shu Chin-chiang

Shu Chin-chiang is a Taiwanese novelist and politician. His pen name is "Lu Jiang" (履彊). As a politician, he strongly supports the cause of Taiwan independence. In 2001 he began to serve as the secretary of Taiwan Solidarity Union and in 2005 he was elevated to the party chairperson. In 2006 after a poor election performance of the party he resigned the chairmanship.

People from Yunlin County 1953 births Living people Taiwanese novelists Taiwan independence activists Taiwan Solidarity Union chairpersons
Wong Chin Foo

Wong Chin Foo was a Chinese-born journalist, lecturer, and writer, one of the most prolific Chinese writers in the San Francisco press of the 19th century. He first came to the United States in 1868; he returned to China but was forced out for his political activism; he then moved to Japan and (in 1873) back to the U.S. In the U.S. , he lived mostly in the East and Midwest, traveling and lecturing.

Chinese journalists Year of death unknown American people of Chinese descent Chinese American history American journalists

Broadcast call sign disambiguation pages
Liew Chin Tong

Yang Berhomat Liew Chin Tong is a Malaysian politician and is currently the member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Bukit Bendera constituency in Penang, Malaysia. He is a member of the Democratic Action Party (DAP) and is a shadow Minister for Defence in the Pakatan Rakyat opposition coalition. Liew was elected to the Malaysian Parliament in the 2008 election.

Malaysian politicians Living people Members of the Dewan Rakyat Democratic Action Party (Malaysia) politicians
Ou Chin-der

Ou Chin-der is a Taiwanese civil engineer. Ou was an immigrant who moved from the mainland China to the Taitung County of eastern Taiwan with his parents. He graduated and received his master's degree of civil engineering from National Cheng Kung University, and took the doctoral degree in Soil Mechanics at Case Western Reserve University. Ou became an official of the government of Republic of China, Taiwan in the late 1980s.

People from Sanming Living people Case Western Reserve University alumni Taiwanese engineers National Cheng Kung University alumni Civil engineers
Chin Bee

Chin Bee is an area in Jurong Industrial Estate in Singapore, bounded by Boon Lay Way, Jalan Boon Lay, International Road and Corporation Road. Chin Bee consists of mostly food manufacturing factories. It is in between Boon Lay and Lakeside Stations. Bus services 246 and 79 ply through into the area while bus services 249 and 178 goes through the border of it.

Western Water Catchment West Region, Singapore Places in Singapore
Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino

Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino Resort is a casino and resort located 39 miles (63 km) south of Phoenix, Arizona near Maricopa, Arizona. It is owned by the Ak-Chin Indian Community and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corporation. The 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2) casino has video poker and slot machines, as well as blackjack, keno and bingo, and is open 24 hours a day.

Buildings and structures completed in 1994 Native American casinos Caesars Entertainment Corporation Hotels in Arizona Casinos in Arizona Visitor attractions in Pinal County, Arizona Buildings and structures in Pinal County, Arizona
Chin Student Association

Chin Students' Association (CSA) is the student body of the Chin (Zomi) people living in the country of India. It is one of the main body of the TCU or the Tedim Chin Union. There is also another body known as the CYA or the Chin Youth Association. It is the youth organ of the Chin. It works for the development and upliftment of the Chin (Zomi) people of India. There is also one TCCC Hall at Lanva in the Churandpur District of Manipur, India. TCCC stands for Tedim Chin Cultural Club.

Student societies in India
James Chin

James (Jim) Chin is a public health epidemiologist. He works in public health surveillance and prevention of communicable diseases, particularly AIDS.

American scientists Living people Epidemiologists Year of birth missing (living people)
Chin Saik Yoon

Chin Saik Yoon is the head of Southbound, an academic publishing house based in Penang, Malaysia. Chin founded Southbound in 1990, "to provide a voice for researchers and practitioners" in both the South and the North concerning issues related to development. Southbound has since specialised in titles relating to development communication, and Ict4d.

Living people Publishers (people) Year of birth missing (living people)
Pareh Chin

Pareh Chin is a village in the Ardabil Province of Iran.

Populated places in Ardabil Province
Chin-Cheng Wu

In 1997, Cheng Wu founded Arrowpoint Communications, where he served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer. ArrowPoint provided Web switches and Web network services (WebNS) software that allowed customers to optimize the use of the Web for e-commerce and content delivery. In April 2000, the company went public and sold to Cisco Systems for $5.7 billion in that same year, the second largest purchase by Cisco. Before ArrowPoint, Mr.

Living people American billionaires Businesspeople in information technology American communications businesspeople
Darreh Chin

Darreh Chin is a village in Zalaqi-ye Gharbi Rural District, Besharat District, Aligudarz County, Lorestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 217, in 32 families.

Populated places in Aligudarz County
Chin Zal

Chin Zal is a village in Jelogir Rural District, in the Central District of Pol-e Dokhtar County, Lorestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 132, in 27 families.

Populated places in Pol-e Dokhtar County
Marcus Chin (actor)

Marcus Chin Kien Pun (born 1954) is a Singaporean actor and singer.

Singaporean people of Hakka descent 1954 births Hakka people Singaporean people of Chinese descent Living people People from Dabu Singaporean television actors Singaporean film actors

Chin (state)

Yang Chin-min

Yang Chin-Min is a Taiwanese professional basketball player. He formally played for the Taiwan Beer of the Super Basketball League. Yang also plays for the Chinese Taipei national basketball team and made his national team debut at the FIBA Asia Championship 2009. Yang played primarily off the bench for the Chinese Taipei team at the 2009 Asian Championship. In his most extensive action of the tournament, he scored a game-high 24 points in Chinese Taipei's preliminary round victory over Kuwait.

Living people Taiwanese basketball players 1984 births
Chin Injeti discography

The discography of Chin Injeti consists of his work with "Bass is Base", his Solo Career and tracks he has written/produced on.

Discographies of Canadian artists

Valentine Chin

Albert Valentine "Tony" Chin is a Jamaican guitarist, who has collaborated with many reggae artists including Burning Spear and Johnny Clarke. Chin is an original member of The Soul Syndicate, a backing band on countless reggae tracks, which evolved from The Rhythm Raiders. They recorded for Keith Hudson, Niney the Observer, and Bunny Lee, and other Jamaican record producers.

Living people Jamaican reggae musicians People from Kingston, Jamaica Year of birth missing (living people)
Chin Si River

The Chin Si River is a river of Thailand. It is a tributary of the Tha Chin River.

Rivers of Thailand
Fung Chin Pang

Fung Chin Pang is a comic artist and illustrator from Hong Kong. His work include the series Confidential Assassination Troop, published by Tong Li Comics. He also done various illustrations for the novel series, Lie Sha Tian Chou Xiao Shuo (猎杀天雠). Hes the illustrator for the PC game Soul Origin from Valhalla Entertainment.

Hong Kong comics artists Living people 1981 births
Brothers Under the Chin

Brothers Under the Chin is a 1924 silent comedy film featuring Stan Laurel.

Films directed by Ralph Ceder American films 1924 films Black-and-white films 1920s comedy films American silent short films 1920s short films
Alan Chin (photographer)

Alan Chin was born and raised in New York City’s Chinatown. Since 1996, he has worked in China, the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Central Asia. and most recently Egypt and Tunisia. Domestically, Alan followed the historic trail of the civil rights movement, documented the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and covered the 2008 presidential campaign.

Living people American photographers American people of Chinese descent The New York Times visual journalists

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