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Index of China-related articles (M–Z)

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The following is a breakdown of the list of China-related topics.


M[edit]

  • Ma Chao
  • Ma Jian (basketball)
  • Ma Jian (writer)
  • Ma Lik
  • Ma On Shan Country Park
  • Ma On Shan Rail
  • Ma Su
  • Ma Wan
  • Ma Ying-jeou
  • Ma'anshan
  • Macanese pataca
  • Macau
  • Macau Basic Law
  • Macau International Airport
  • Macau Jockey Club
  • Macau Peninsula
  • Macau Security Force
  • Macau Tower
  • McDull
  • McMug
  • Maggie Cheung
  • Mahamudra
  • Mahayana
  • Mahjong
  • Mai Po Marshes
  • Mainland China
  • Mainlander
  • Makung
  • Malaysian Chinese
  • Manchu
  • Manchu language
  • Manchu family name
  • Manchu official headwear
  • Manchukuo
  • Manchuria
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Mandarin Airlines Flight 642
  • Mandarin cuisine
  • Mandarin Phonetic Symbols II
  • Mandarin Promotion Council
  • Mandarin square
  • Mandate of Heaven
  • Mannerheim, Carl Gustaf Emil
  • Manwen Laodang
  • Manzhouguo
  • Mao Dun
  • Mao suit
  • Mao Zedong
  • Mao Zemin
  • Mao Zetan
  • Maoism
  • Maonan District
  • Maonan language
  • Maonan people
  • Maotai
  • Maotianshan shales
  • Mapo doufu
  • Marco Polo
  • Marco Polo Bridge
  • Marco Polo Bridge Incident
  • Martial arts
  • Martial arts film
  • Martin Lee Chu-ming
  • Martin Yan
  • Master Hsing-yun
  • Matsu
  • Matsu (goddess)
  • Matsu class destroyer
  • Matsu Islands
  • Matteo Ricci
  • Mausoleum of Genghis Khan
  • Mausoleum of Princess Zhenxiao
  • May Fourth Movement
  • Measure word
  • Media in China
  • Media in Hong Kong
  • Mei County, Guangdong
  • Mei County, Shaanxi
  • Mei Yaochen
  • Meizhou
  • Meizhou Island
  • Mekong
  • Memoirs of Eminent Monks
  • Menba
  • Mencius
  • Meng Haoran
  • Meng Xuenong
  • Mengbi
  • Mengjiang
  • Mengke Bateer
  • Meridian Gate
  • Mesona
  • Metropolis Daily
  • Miao
  • Miao Hao
  • Michael Hui
  • Michael Seymour
  • Michael Tien
  • Michelle Reis
  • Michelle Yeoh
  • Mid-Autumn Festival
  • Mid-levels
  • Middle Binyang Cave
  • Middle Chinese
  • Military history of the Three Kingdoms
  • Military of Hong Kong
  • Military of Macau
  • Min Chinese
  • Min-nan
  • Ming Dynasty
  • Ming dynasty emperors
  • Ming Dynasty Tombs
  • Ming official headwear
  • Ming Pao
  • Ming Yuzhen
  • Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China
  • Ministry of Finance People's Republic of China
  • Ministry of National Defense of the People's Republic of China
  • Ministry of Public Security of China
  • Mozi
  • Modern Chinese
  • Mogao Caves
  • Mohism
  • Monetary Authority of Macau
  • Mong Kok
  • Mong Kok Station, MTR
  • Mongol Empire
  • Mongolia
  • Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet
  • Mongolian language
  • Mongolian script
  • Mongolian writing systems
  • Mongols
  • Monkey (television)
  • Monkey (zodiac)
  • Monosodium glutamate
  • Monsoon
  • Monument to the People's Heroes
  • Mook Yun Jong
  • Mooncake
  • Mosuo
  • Mount Emei
  • Mount Everest
  • Mount Huangbo
  • Mount Huangshan
  • Mount Jiuhuashan
  • Mount Lushan
  • Mount Penglai
  • Mount Putuo
  • Mount Song
  • Mount Taishan
  • Mount Tianzhu
  • moxa
  • Moxibustion
  • Moy Yat
  • MTR
  • Muhai Tang
  • Muhammad Ma Jian
  • Mui Wo
  • Mukden Incident
  • Mulam language
  • Mulan
  • Mulao people
  • Municipality of China
  • Murray House
  • Museums in Hong Kong
  • Music of China
  • Muyan
  • My Lucky Stars
  • Myllokunmingia

N[edit]

  • Nakhi people
  • Nam Cheong Park
  • Nam Cheong Station
  • Nanchang
  • Nanchang uprising
  • Nangang District, Harbin
  • Nangang District, Taipei
  • Nangang Line (TRTS)
  • Nangang Railway Station
  • Nangang Station
  • Nanhai Chao
  • Nanhai District
  • Nanhai Islands
  • Nanhai One
  • Nanjing
  • Nanjing Little Red Flower Art Troupe
  • Nanjing University
  • Nankai
  • Nankai University
  • Nankan
  • Nanking Massacre
  • Nanning
  • Nantou City
  • Nantou County
  • Nantou (historic town)
  • Nanyang (region)
  • Nanyang, Henan
  • Nanzhao County
  • Narrative of the Chinese Embassy to the Khan of the Tourgouth Tartars
  • National Anthem of the Republic of China
  • National Assembly (Republic of China)
  • National Central University
  • National Congress of the Communist Party of China
  • National Cheng Kung University
  • National Chiao Tung University
  • National Day of the Republic of China
  • National Flag Anthem of the Republic of China
  • National Palace Museum
  • National People's Congress
  • National Revolutionary Army
  • National Trunk Highway System
  • National Tsing Hua University
  • National Unification Council
  • Natsume Sōseki
  • Naxi District
  • Naxi language
  • Neijia
  • Neijin
  • Nei Mongol
  • Neihu District
  • Neo-Confucianism
  • Neofelis nebulosa
  • Nerchinsk Treaty
  • Nestorian Stele
  • New 1st Army
  • New Army
  • New Century Forum
  • New Kuomintang Alliance
  • New Lantao Bus
  • New security concept
  • New Territories
  • New World Development
  • New World First Bus
  • New Youth Forum
  • New Youth
  • Newspapers of Hong Kong
  • Newspapers of China
  • Newt H. Hall
  • Next Digital
  • Next Magazine (Chinese magazine)
  • Nezha
  • Ng Wui
  • Nian
  • Nian Hao
  • Nian
  • Nikolay Przhevalsky
  • Nicholas Tse
  • Nie Rongzhen
  • Nikita Yakovlevich Bichurin
  • Nikolai Petrovsky
  • Nina Wang
  • Nine-rank system
  • Ningbo
  • Ningxia
  • Ningxiang
  • Niohuru
  • Noel Power
  • Noodle
  • Norman Bethune
  • North Binyang Cave
  • Northern and southern China
  • North China Plain
  • North District (Hong Kong)
  • North Point
  • Northern and Southern dynasties
  • Northern Expedition
  • Northern Han
  • Northern Liang
  • Northern Praying Mantis
  • Northern Wei
  • Nu people
  • Nüshu
  • Nunchaku
  • Nurhaci
  • Nüwa
  • Nyingma

O[edit]

  • Oath of the Peach Garden
  • Oboi
  • Ocean University of China
  • Octopus card
  • Oktoberfest (Hong Kong)
  • Old Chinese
  • Old Master Q
  • Old Summer Palace
  • One-child policy
  • One-China policy
  • One Country on Each Side
  • One country, two systems
  • Ong Iok-tek
  • Oolong
  • Open Door Policy
  • Opium
  • Opium trade
  • Opium War
  • Oracle bone
  • Oracle script
  • Ordos Desert
  • Orkhon inscriptions
  • Orkhon script
  • Oriental Daily News
  • Oriental Pearl Tower
  • Oriental Sports Daily
  • Oroqen Autonomous Banner
  • Oroqen language
  • Oroqen people
  • Our Lady Fatima Parish
  • Outer Manchuria
  • Ouyang Xiu
  • Overseas Chinese
  • Overseas Chinese Youth Language Training and Study Tour to the Republic of China
  • Ox (zodiac)
  • Ox head and horse face
  • Oirats

P[edit]

  • Pa-wang Chih-luan
  • Pacific Century Cyberworks
  • Pai Chung-hsi
  • Pai Gow
  • Pai gow poker
  • Pak Mei
  • Pakua Chuan
  • Pan-Blue Coalition
  • Pan-Green Coalition
  • Panay incident
  • Panchen Lama
  • Panda
  • Pan Geng
  • Pang Tong
  • Pangu
  • Panlong District
  • Panlong River
  • Panlong (mythology)
  • Panyu
  • Paper tiger
  • Paracel Islands
  • Paramount Leader
  • Party elders
  • Pataca
  • Patrick Tam (actor)
  • Patrick Tam (film director)
  • Patrick Yu
  • Paul Pelliot
  • Pay television services (Hong Kong)
  • Peak Tram
  • Pearl milk tea
  • Pearl River (China)
  • Pearl River Delta
  • Pearl S. Buck
  • Peking duck
  • Peking Man
  • Peking Opera
  • Peking Opera School
  • Peking University
  • Pekingese
  • Penfold Park
  • Peng Chau
  • Peng Dehuai
  • Peng Zhen
  • Penglai City
  • Penglai Pavilion
  • Pengshui
  • People First Party
  • People of note in the PLA
  • People's Armed Police
  • People's Bank of China
  • People's commune - People's Daily
  • People's democratic dictatorship
  • People's Liberation Army
  • People's Liberation Army Air Force
  • People's Liberation Army Navy
  • People's Republic of China
  • China as an emerging superpower
  • People's Republic of China's trademark law
  • People's war
  • Peranakan
  • Père David's deer
  • Personal Access System
  • Pescadores Islands
  • Peter Goullart
  • Petuntse
  • Philosopher Han Xiang
  • Phoenix Television
  • Phoenix TV
  • Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  • Pig (zodiac)
  • Ping Chau
  • Ping Pong Diplomacy
  • Pinyin
  • Pipa
  • Places of worship in Hong Kong
  • Plum
  • Plum blossom
  • Po Toi Islands
  • Politburo of the Communist Party of China
  • Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China
  • Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China
  • Administrative divisions of the Republic of China
  • Political position ranking of the People's Republic of China
  • Politics of the People's Republic of China
  • Politics of the Republic of China
  • Politics of Hong Kong
  • Politics of Macau
  • Poon choi
  • Porcelain
  • Portland Street
  • Postal romanization
  • Posthumous name
  • Potala Palace
  • Potsdam Declaration
  • Pouchong
  • Prayer wheel
  • Prefecture-level city
  • Prefecture of China
  • Premier of the People's Republic of China
  • Premier of the Republic of China
  • President of the People's Republic of China
  • President of the Republic of China
  • Prince Edward, Hong Kong
  • Prince of Wales building
  • Prince of Wales Hospital
  • Progress of the SARS outbreak
  • Provincial city
  • Pu Chou Mountain
  • Pu-erh tea
  • Pu Songling
  • Public health in the People's Republic of China
  • Public holidays in Hong Kong
  • Pudong
  • Puji Temple
  • Pumi language
  • Pumi people
  • punctuation#East Asian punctuation
  • Pure Land
  • Pushing hands
  • Putonghua
  • Puxian Wannu
  • Pyotr Ivanovich Kafarov

Q[edit]

  • Q-5
  • Qi
  • Qi Baishi
  • Qi Dynasty North
  • Qi Dynasty South
  • Qi Empress
  • Qi Xi
  • Qian Xuantong
  • Qian Zhongshu
  • Qiang people
  • Qiang languages
  • Qiang (spear)
  • Qianjiang District
  • Qianjiang, Hubei
  • Qianlong Emperor
  • Qieyun
  • Qigong
  • Qilin
  • Qin Dechun
  • Qin Dynasty
  • Qin Er Shi
  • Qin Shi Huang
  • Qing Yi Wu Jia
  • Qinhuangdao
  • Qing Dynasty
  • Qing dynasty emperors
  • Qingdao
  • Qinghai
  • Qinghai Lake
  • Qingzhou
  • Qing Ming Jie
  • Qinghua Daxue
  • Qingpu District, Huai'an
  • Qingpu District, Shanghai
  • Qinqiang
  • Qiongzhou Strait
  • Qipao
  • Qiqihar
  • Qiu Jin
  • Qong Tayiji
  • QQ
  • Qu You
  • Qu Yuan
  • Quanzhou
  • Queen's College, Hong Kong
  • Quemoy
  • Qufu
  • Quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong
  • Quzhou

R[edit]

  • Rabbit (zodiac)
  • Radical (Chinese character)
  • Radio Television Hong Kong
  • Rafe de Crespigny
  • Raise the Red Lantern
  • The Rape of Nanking (book)
  • Rat (zodiac)
  • Re Gan Mian
  • Records of the Grand Historian
  • Red bean cake
  • Red Guards
  • Red packet
  • Red panda
  • Red Sorghum
  • Red River (Vietnam)
  • Re-education through labor
  • Regina Ip
  • Regular Script
  • Rehe
  • Religion in China
  • Renminbi
  • Renmin University of China
  • Republic of China
  • Republic of China as Superpower
  • Repulse Bay, Hong Kong
  • Revenue stamps of Weihaiwei
  • Revolt of the Three Feudatories
  • Revolutionary Committee of the Kuomintang
  • Rice congee
  • Rice dumpling
  • Richard Li
  • Right of abode issue, Hong Kong
  • Rime book
  • Rime tables
  • Ring Roads of Beijing
  • Ringo Lam
  • Rinzai
  • Road Traffic Safety Law of the People's Republic of China
  • RoadShow
  • Robert Chung Ting-yiu
  • Robert Ribeiro
  • 1996 ROC presidential election
  • 2000 ROC presidential election
  • 2004 ROC presidential election
  • Roman Tam
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms (game)
  • Romanization
  • Rooster (zodiac)
  • Roy Chapman Andrews
  • Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club
  • Royal Uncle Cao
  • Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Ru
  • Ruan Lingyu
  • Ruby characters
  • Ruins of Saint Paul's Cathedral
  • Run Run Shaw
  • Running script
  • Russian language
  • Russian Imperialism in Asia and the Russo-Japanese War
  • Russians
  • Russo-Japanese War
  • Ryukyu Islands

S[edit]

  • Sacred Heart Cathedral of Guangzhou
  • Sai Kung District
  • Sai Kung Town
  • Saint Sophia Cathedral in Harbin
  • San Da
  • Saisiyat
  • Sakya
  • Salar people
  • Salween River
  • Sally Yeh
  • Samjeondo Monument
  • Sammi Cheng
  • Sampan - Samguk Sagi - Sammo Hung
  • Samson Chiu
  • San Min Chu I
  • Sanguo Zhi
  • Sanjiang College
  • Sanjiang Dong Autonomous County
  • SARS virus
  • Science and technology in China
  • Scripture for Humane Kings
  • Seal script
  • Second Manchu expedition to Korea
  • Second Opium War
  • Secretariat of the Communist Party of China
  • Self-Strengthening Movement
  • Senkaku Islands
  • Seven Years in Tibet
  • Severe acute respiratory syndrome
  • Sex-selective abortion
  • Sex-selective infanticide
  • Sexagesimal cycle
  • Sha Tau Kok
  • Sha Tin
  • Ye Sha
  • Shaanxi
  • Shaanxi History Museum
  • Sham Shui Po
  • Shamian Island
  • Shandong
  • Shandong Peninsula
  • Shandong University
  • Shang Dynasty
  • Shang Ti
  • Shang Yang
  • Shanghai
  • Shanghai clique
  • Shanghai Commune of 1927
  • Shanghai Communiqué
  • Shanghai Conservatory of Music
  • Shanghai Cooperation Organization
  • Shanghai cuisine
  • Shanghai Daily
  • Shanghai Detention Center
  • Shanghai dialect
  • Shanghai Express
  • Shanghai Grand Theatre
  • Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
  • Shanghai International Circuit
  • Shanghai International Football Tournament
  • Shanghai Jiaotong University
  • Shanghai Municipality
  • Shanghai Museum
  • Shanghai People's Commune
  • Shanghai Pudong International Airport
  • Shanghai Scientific and Technical Publishers
  • Shanghai solitaire
  • Shanghai University Computer Engineering Science School
  • Shanghai World Financial Center
  • Shanghai Xinmin Evening News
  • Shangchuan Dao
  • Shangri-La
  • Shangzhi
  • Shanhaiguan
  • Shantou
  • Shanxi
  • Shao Shan
  • Shaoguan
  • Shaolin kung fu
  • Shaolin Monastery
  • Shaolin Soccer
  • Shaoxing
  • Shaoyang
  • Shapingba
  • Shau Kei Wan
  • Shaw Studio
  • She people
  • Shen Buhai
  • Shen Dao
  • Sinyan Shen
  • Shen Dingyi
  • Shen Zhou
  • sheng
  • Sheng Shicai
  • Sheng-yen
  • Shenlong
  • Shenmue
  • Shennong
  • Shenyang
  • Shenyang F-6
  • Shenzhen
  • Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport
  • Shenzhen Stock Exchange
  • Shenzhou asteroid
  • Shenzhou City
  • Shenzhou program
  • Shenzhou (China)
  • Shenzhou (spacecraft)
  • Shenzhou 1
  • Shenzhou 2
  • Shenzhou 3
  • Shenzhou 4
  • Shenzhou 5
  • Shenzhou 6
  • Shenzhou 7
  • Shenzhou spacecraft
  • Sheung Wan
  • Shi (personator)
  • Shi (poetry)
  • Shi Hao
  • Shi Jing
  • Shi Lang
  • Shi Nai'an
  • Shigatse
  • Shih Ming-teh
  • Shiing-Shen Chern
  • Shijiazhuang
  • Shikumen
  • Shilin District
  • Shilin Yi Autonomous County
  • Shilin (Stone Forest)
  • Shing Mun River
  • Shing-Tung Yau
  • Shing Wong
  • Shuangyashan
  • Shui language
  • Shui people
  • Shunde
  • Shuowen Jiezi
  • Shun Hing Square
  • Shunzhi Emperor
  • Sichuan
  • Sichuan University
  • Sihui
  • Silk
  • Silk Road
  • Silkworm
  • Silkworm missile
  • Sima Guang
  • Sima Lun
  • Sima Qian
  • Sima Yi
  • Siming (deity)
  • Siming District
  • Simplified Chinese character
  • SINA.com
  • SINA Corporation
  • Sing Pao Daily News
  • Sing Tao Daily
  • Singapore Airlines Flight 6
  • Singher
  • Sinicization -
  • Sino-African relations
  • Sino-American relations
  • Sino-British Joint Declaration
  • Sino-Indian War
  • Sino-Japanese relations
  • Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895)
  • Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945)
  • Sino-Korean
  • Sino-Soviet border conflict, 1969
  • Sino-Soviet split
  • Sino-Tibetan languages
  • Sino-Vietnamese War
  • Sinology
  • Siu Nim Tao
  • Six Dynasties
  • Six Steeds of Zhao Mausoleum
  • Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Sixteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China
  • Siyi dialect
  • Four Barbarians
  • Sky High (1922 film)
  • Snake (zodiac)
  • Snake Kung Fu
  • Socialist market economy
  • Soho, Hong Kong
  • Soko Islands
  • Somari
  • Sonam Gyatso
  • Song Dynasty
  • Song Dynasty (420-479)
  • Song Dynasty (960-1279)
  • Song Zheyuan
  • Songhua River
  • Songshan Airport
  • Songshan District, Taipei
  • Songshan Line
  • Songshan Station
  • Soochow University
  • Soong
  • Soong Ai-ling
  • Soong Ching-ling
  • Soong Mei-ling
  • Soong Sisters
  • South Binyang Cave
  • South China Morning Post
  • South China Sea
  • South China Sea Islands
  • South China University of Technology
  • South Manchuria Railway
  • Southern District, Hong Kong
  • Southern and Northern Dynasties
  • Southern dynasties
  • Southern Liang
  • Southwest Associated University
  • Southwest Jiaotong University
  • Soviet aircraft carrier Varyag
  • Soy milk
  • Soy sauce
  • Soybean
  • Soyombo script
  • Space program of China
  • Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China
  • Special Economic Zone
  • Sport in Hong Kong
  • Sport in Macau
  • Sport in Taiwan
  • Sport in the People's Republic of China
  • Spratly Islands
  • Spring and Autumn period
  • Spy Game
  • St. Anthony Parish
  • St. Joseph's College, Hong Kong
  • St. Lawrence Parish
  • St. Lazarus Parish
  • St. Paul's Co-educational College
  • St. Paul's College, Hong Kong
  • Standard Chinese
  • Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
  • Stanislas Julien
  • Stanley, Hong Kong
  • Stanley Ho Hung-sun
  • Stanley Kwan
  • Star anise
  • Star Ferry
  • State Council of China
  • State Economic Commission
  • State of Qi
  • State of Qin
  • State of Wei
  • State of Yan
  • State of Zhao
  • State-owned enterprise
  • Statue Square
  • Steaming
  • Stele Forest
  • Stephen Chow
  • Sticky rice
  • Stimson Doctrine
  • Stir frying
  • Stonecutter's Island
  • Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio
  • Stroke (Chinese character)
  • Strong Nation Forum
  • Struans
  • Su Buqing
  • Su Shi
  • Su Shun
  • Su Tseng-chang
  • Suàn shù shū
  • Sub-prefecture-level city
  • Sub-provincial city
  • Sui Dynasty
  • Suiyuan
  • Summer Palace
  • Sun Ce
  • Sun Daily
  • Sun Jian
  • Sun Li-jen
  • Sun Quan
  • Sun Tzu
  • Sun Wen (footballer)
  • Sun Wukong
  • Sun Yat-sen
  • Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall
  • Sun Yat-sen University
  • Suncake
  • Sung Chiao-jen
  • Sung Document
  • Sung Wong Toi
  • Sungshan Domestic Airport
  • Sunten
  • Superpower
  • Supreme Military Command of PRC
  • Suzhou
  • Suzhou dialect
  • Sweetheart cake
  • Szechuan cuisine
  • Szechuan pepper

T[edit]

  • T. V. Soong
  • T. Y. Lin
  • Ta Kung Pao
  • Table of Chinese monarchs
  • Tael
  • Tabgach
  • Tagawa Matsu
  • Tai A Chau
  • T'ai chi ch'uan
  • Tai Chi-tao
  • Tai Lam Country Park
  • Tai Mo Shan
  • Tai-Pan
  • Tai Po
  • Taiji
  • Taikonaut
  • Taipa
  • Taiping Rebellion
  • Taishan
  • Taishi Ci
  • Taizhou, Jiangsu
  • Taizhou, Zhejiang
  • Tajik
  • Tajik language
  • Taklamakan Desert
  • Tam Kung
  • Tang Jingsong
  • Tang Dynasty
  • Tang Dynasty art
  • Tangwai
  • Tangram
  • Tanggu District
  • Tanggu Truce
  • Tanggu (drum)
  • Tangshan
  • Tanguts
  • Tanichthys albonubes
  • Tantrayana
  • Tanzhe Temple
  • Tao
  • Tao Chengzhang
  • Tao Qian
  • Tao Te Ching
  • Tao Yin
  • Taoism
  • Taoyuan
  • Tap Mun Chau
  • Tarim River
  • Tatar language
  • Tatars
  • Taylor Wang
  • Tea
  • Teapot
  • Television Broadcasts Limited
  • Temple name
  • Temple of Heaven
  • Temple of the Six Banyan Trees
  • Temple Street
  • Ten-star household
  • Ten thousand years
  • Tenzin Gyatso
  • Teresa Teng
  • Terracotta Army
  • The Art of War
  • The Blue Lotus
  • The Bund (Shanghai)
  • The Bund of Ningbo
  • The Center, Hong Kong
  • The Chronicles of the Stone
  • The Coming China Wars
  • The East is Red (1993 film)
  • The East Is Red (1965 film)
  • The East Is Red (song)
  • The Frontier (Hong Kong)
  • The Gods Must Be Crazy
  • The Good Earth
  • The Injustice to Dou E
  • The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
  • The Last Emperor
  • The Manchurian Candidate
  • The March of the Volunteers
  • The Monkey King
  • The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art
  • The Peninsula Hong Kong
  • The Rape of Nanking (book)
  • The Road Home (1999 film)
  • The Sand Pebbles
  • The Standard (Hong Kong)
  • The Three August Ones and the Five Emperors
  • Therese Shaheen
  • Thirty-Six Strategies
  • Thomas Francis Wade
  • Thousand-year egg
  • Three Gorges
  • Three Gorges Dam
  • Three Kingdoms
  • Three Links
  • Three Principles of the People
  • Three represents
  • Three-Self Patriotic Movement
  • Three Years of Natural Disasters
  • Tian Han
  • Tian Shan
  • Tian Tan Buddha
  • Tiananmen Gate
  • Tiananmen incident
  • Tiananmen Square
  • Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989
  • Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident
  • Tianjin
  • Tianjin Municipality
  • Tianjin University
  • Tianlong
  • Tiantai
  • Tiantan Buddha
  • Tibet
  • Tibetan alphabet
  • Tibetan art
  • Tibetan Autonomous Region
  • Tibetan Buddhism
  • Tibetan language
  • Tibetan people
  • Tibetan Plateau
  • Tien Gow
  • Tieshangang
  • Tiger (zodiac)
  • Tiger Kung Fu
  • Timeline of Chinese history
  • Timeline of United States and China relations 1995-1997
  • Tin Hau
  • Tin Shui Wai
  • Ting Yuen
  • Tintin in Tibet
  • Tocharians
  • Tocharian languages
  • Tofu
  • TOM group
  • Tonal language
  • Tone name
  • Tone sandhi
  • Tong
  • Tongji (spirit medium)
  • Tongling
  • Tongmenghui
  • Tongyong Pinyin
  • Tongzhi Emperor
  • Tongzhou Incident
  • Tony Leung Chiu Wai
  • Tonyukuk
  • Torugart Pass
  • Tourism in Hong Kong
  • Tourism in China
  • Traditional Chinese character
  • Traditional Chinese holidays
  • Traditional Chinese medicine
  • Transliteration into Chinese characters
  • Trans-Siberian railway
  • Transport in Beijing
  • Transport in China
  • Transport in Hong Kong
  • Transport in Macau
  • Transport in the Paracel Islands
  • Treaty between Tibet and Mongolia (1913)
  • Treaty of Nanking
  • Treaty of Portsmouth
  • Treaty of Shimonoseki
  • Treaty of Tientsin
  • Three Red Banners
  • Triad
  • Triple Intervention
  • Tsang Yok-sing
  • Tseung Kwan O
  • Tseung Kwan O Line
  • Tseung Kwan O Tunnel
  • Tsien Hsue-shen
  • Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Tsing Ma Bridge
  • Tsing Yi
  • Tsinghua University
  • Tsingtao beer
  • TSMC
  • Tsuen Wan
  • Tsuen Wan Line
  • Tsuen Wan New Town
  • Tsui Hark
  • Tsui Museum of Art
  • Tsui Po-ko
  • Tsung-Dao Lee
  • Tu (ethnic group)
  • Tuen Mun
  • Tuen Ng Festival
  • Tujia people
  • Tu Long
  • Tumen River
  • Tung Chao Yung
  • Tung Chee Hwa
  • Tung Chung
  • Tung Chung Fort
  • Tung Chung Line
  • Tung Lung Chau
  • Tuntex Sky Tower
  • Tuoba
  • Turan
  • Turfan Depression
  • Turkestan
  • Turpan
  • Tuva
  • TVB Pearl
  • Twelve Girls Band
  • Twenty-Four Histories
  • Twenty-One Demands
  • Twin Dragons
  • Twins
  • Tzu Chi

U[edit]

  • Uisang
  • Unequal treaty
  • Unihan Database
  • Union Square Phase 7
  • Unit 731
  • Universal Dialectic
  • University of Hong Kong
  • University Station, Hong Kong
  • University System of Formosa
  • Urumqi
  • USS Oregon
  • Uyghur
  • Uyghur language
  • Uyghurstan
  • Uzbeks
  • Uzbek language

V[edit]

  • Vacuum flask cooking
  • Vajrayana
  • Vermilion Partners Ltd
  • Vernacular written Chinese
  • VIA Technologies
  • Vice President of the People's Republic of China
  • Viceroy
  • Victoria, Hong Kong
  • Victoria Harbour
  • Victoria Park, Hong Kong
  • Victoria Peak
  • Vincent Siew
  • Vivienne Poy

W[edit]

  • Wa people
  • Wade-Giles
  • Wage System during the Early PRC (1949-1976)
  • Wah Yan College, Hong Kong
  • Wah Yan College, Kowloon
  • Walled villages of Hong Kong
  • Wan Chai district
  • Wan Hu
  • Wanfu Temple
  • Wang
  • Wang Anshi
  • Wang An-shih
  • Wang Bi
  • Wang Changling
  • Wang Chien-shien
  • Wang Hongwen
  • Wang Jingwei
  • Wang Mang
  • Wang Meng (painter)
  • Wang Meng (author)
  • Wang Meng (figure skater)
  • Wang Meng (Former Qin)
  • Wang Meng (speed skater)
  • Wang Tao (19th century)
  • Wang Tao (footballer, born 1970)
  • Wang Tao (table tennis)
  • Wang Tao (Three Kingdoms)
  • Wang Wei (Tang dynasty)
  • Wang Wei (17th-century poet)
  • Wang Wei (baseball)
  • Wang Wei (fencer)
  • Wang Wei (Liang Dynasty)
  • Wang Wei (pilot)
  • Wang Xijue
  • Wang Yung-ching
  • Wang Zhaojun
  • Wang Zhen
  • Wang Zhizhi
  • Wangcheng County
  • Wangjing
  • Wangjing SOHO
  • Wanhua Chemical Group
  • Wanzhou
  • War of the Eight Princes
  • Warlord
  • Warring States period
  • Wars of the three kingdoms
  • Water Margin
  • Water supply and sanitation in China
  • Wayne Wang
  • Wei Jingsheng
  • Wei Man
  • Wei Shuo
  • Wei Yan
  • Weifang
  • Weizhou Island
  • Weizhou, Haicheng District
  • Weizhou, Wenchuan County
  • Well-field system
  • Wen Chou
  • Wen Ho Lee
  • Wen Jiabao
  • Wen Tianxiang
  • Wen Tong
  • Wen Wei Du Shu Zhou Bao
  • Wen Wei Po
  • Wenhui-Xinmin United Press Group
  • Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture
  • Wenshui
  • Wen Zhenheng
  • Wenzhou
  • West Lake
  • West Rail, KCRC
  • Western Liang (Sixteen Kingdoms)
  • Western Xia
  • Wey Daw-ming
  • Whampoa Military Academy
  • Wheelbarrow
  • White Crane Kung Fu
  • White Deer Grotto Academy
  • White Horse Temple
  • White Jade River
  • William H. Hinton
  • William Hung
  • William Jardine
  • William John Napier, 9th Lord Napier of Merchistoun
  • William Pitt Amherst, 1st Earl Amherst
  • Wing Chun
  • WingTsun
  • Witness Lee
  • Wok
  • Wok with Yan
  • Wonch'uk
  • Wong
  • Wong Faye
  • Wong Fei Hung
  • Wong Kar-wai
  • Wong Tai Sin
  • Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong
  • Wong Tai Sin Temple
  • Wong Wan Chau
  • Woo Tsin-hang
  • Work unit
  • WPS Office
  • Written Chinese
  • Wu
  • Wu Bangguo
  • Wu Cheng'en
  • Wu Gorge
  • Wu Guanzheng
  • Wu Han (Han Dynasty)
  • Wu Han (PRC)
  • Wu Hu
  • Wu Chinese
  • Wu Ma
  • Wu Sangui
  • Wu Tao-Tzu
  • Wubi method
  • Wuchang District
  • Wuchang Uprising
  • Wuchang City
  • Wudang Mountains
  • Wuer Kaixi
  • Wuhan
  • Wuhuan
  • Wulingyuan
  • Wuqiu Jian
  • Wushu (sport)
  • Wushu (term)
  • Wusun
  • Wutai Shan
  • Wuxi
  • Wuxia film
  • Wu Yi

X[edit]

  • Xanadu
  • Xicheng District
  • Xi Kang
  • Xi Shi
  • Xi Wangmu
  • Xia Dynasty
  • Xiahou Ba
  • Xiahou Dun
  • Xiahou Yuan
  • Xianfeng Emperor
  • Xiang'an District
  • Xiaolingtong
  • Xiaolongnü
  • Xiamen
  • Xi'an
  • Xian Incident
  • Xi'an International Studies University
  • Xi'an Jiaotong University
  • Xianbei
  • Xiang (place)
  • Xiang dialect
  • Xiang River
  • Xiangqi
  • Xiangtan
  • Xiangxi
  • Xiangxiang
  • Xiangyin
  • Xiao Qiao
  • Xiaokang
  • Xiaolingtong
  • Xiaowen
  • Xiaozhuan
  • Xiaozhuangren Grand Empress Dowager
  • Xibe
  • Xidi
  • Xidian University
  • Xie Fuzhi
  • Xie Jun
  • Xikang
  • Xijiang River
  • Xiling Gorge
  • Xing Rongjie
  • Xingning Basin
  • Xinhai Revolution
  • Xinhuang
  • Xinhui
  • Xihu Trough
  • Xingzhonghui
  • Xinhua News Agency
  • Xining
  • Xinjiang
  • Xinmin Weekly
  • Xinshao
  • Xinyi District
  • Xinyi Glass
  • Xinyi, Guangdong
  • Xinyi, Jiangsu
  • Xiongnu
  • Xishuangbanna
  • Xiqun Hope Elementary School
  • Xizang
  • Xizhimen
  • Xizi
  • XO sauce
  • Xu
  • Xu Beihong
  • Xu Bing
  • Xu Chu
  • Xu Da
  • Xu Demei
  • Xu Deshuai
  • Xu Dishan
  • Xu Guangqi
  • Xu Huang
  • Xu Garden
  • Xu Jun
  • Xu Ling
  • Xu Mu
  • Xu Shao
  • Xu Shen
  • Xu Sheng
  • Xu Shichang
  • Xu Shiyou
  • Xu Shouhui
  • Xu Shu
  • Xu Wei
  • Xu Xiake
  • Xu Xiangqian
  • Xu Xilin
  • Xu Xin (Judaic scholar)
  • Xu Xin (table tennis)
  • Xu Xiuzhi
  • Xu Yuan (footballer)
  • Xu Zhimo
  • Xuanzang
  • Xuanzang (fictional character)
  • Xun Yu
  • Xungen movement
  • Xupu

Y[edit]

  • Y. R. Chao
  • Yak
  • Yakub Beg
  • Yale romanization of Cantonese
  • Yale romanization of Mandarin
  • Yalu River
  • Yam O
  • Yamen
  • Yami
  • Yan'an
  • Yan Liang
  • Yan Song
  • Yan Song (footballer)
  • Yan (state)
  • Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture
  • Yang
  • Yang Baibing
  • Yang Ge
  • Yang Guifei
  • Yang Guozhong
  • Yang Kaihui
  • Yang Liwei
  • Yang Naimei
  • Yang Shangkun
  • Yang Ti-liang
  • Yangpu District
  • Yangpu Peninsula
  • Yangpu Economic Development Zone
  • Yangqin
  • Yangshuo
  • Yangtze River
  • Yangtze Service Medal
  • Yanluo
  • Yantai
  • Yao Ming
  • Yao people
  • Yao Wenyuan
  • Yaohua High School
  • Yau Ma Tei
  • Yau Tsim Mong
  • Yazhou Zhoukan
  • Ye Jiangchuan
  • Ye Jianying
  • Yellow Emperor
  • Yellow peril
  • Yellow Sea
  • Yellow Turban Rebellion
  • Yen Chia-kan
  • Yen Hsi-shan
  • Yeung Sum
  • Yi (drinkware)
  • Yi language
  • Yi people
  • Yi script
  • Yi Jachun
  • Yiduan
  • Yikatong card
  • Yin (city)
  • Yin Yang
  • Yinchuan
  • Ying Lianzhi
  • Yinghai
  • Yingkou
  • Yingtan
  • Yinreng
  • Yinxian
  • Yinxu
  • Yinzhou District, Ningbo
  • Yip Kai Koon
  • Ip Man
  • Yiu Tung Public Library
  • Yiyang
  • Yongle Encyclopedia
  • Yongle Emperor
  • Yongzheng Emperor
  • Youtiao
  • Yongzhou
  • Yu Shyi-kun
  • Yuan
  • Yuan (surname)
  • Yuan Chen
  • Yuan Dynasty
  • Yuan Shao
  • Yuan Shikai
  • Yuan T. Lee
  • Yuanjia'ao
  • Yuanfen
  • Yue
  • Yuefu
  • Yue Fei
  • Yuelu Academy
  • Yuelushan Mountain
  • Yuen Biao
  • Yuen Long
  • Yuen Long Tin Shui Wai Democratic Alliance
  • Yueyang
  • Yuezhi
  • Yugur
  • Yuk Wong
  • Yung Shue Wan
  • Yungang Grottoes
  • Yunmu
  • Yunnan
  • Yunnanozoon
  • Yunti
  • Yuyao

Z[edit]

  • Zao Jun
  • Zaojing
  • Zaya Pandita
  • Zen
  • Zeng Qinghong
  • Zhan Guo Ce
  • Zhang (surname)
  • Zhang Binglin
  • Zhang Chu
  • Zhang Chunqiao
  • Zhang County
  • Zhang Dai
  • Zhang Fei
  • Zhang He
  • Zhang Heng
  • Zhang Hong
  • Zhang Hongfan
  • Zhang Jiuling
  • Zhang Liao
  • Zhang Qian
  • Zhang River
  • Zhang Sanfeng
  • Zhang Shi (prince)
  • Zhang Shi (scholar)
  • Zhang Shijie
  • Zhang Tingyu
  • Zhang Xueliang
  • Zhang Xun (Han Dynasty)
  • Zhang Xun (Tang Dynasty)
  • Zhang Xun (Qing loyalist)
  • Zhang Yimou
  • Zhang Zhao
  • Zhang Zhong
  • Zhang Zi Zhong
  • Zhang Ziyi
  • Zhang Zizhong
  • Zhangjiajie
  • Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge
  • Zhanjiang
  • Zhanshan Temple
  • Zhao (Five Dynasties)
  • Zhao (state)
  • Zhao (surname)
  • Zhao County
  • Zhao Gao
  • Zhao Mausoleum (Qing Dynasty)
  • Zhao Mausoleum (Tang Dynasty)
  • Zhao Mengfu
  • Zhao Shangzhi
  • Zhao Yun
  • Zhao Ziyang
  • Zhaojun Tomb
  • Zhaoqing
  • Zhaozhou Bridge
  • Zhaozhou County
  • Zheng He
  • Zheng Yici Peking Opera Theatre
  • Zhengtong Emperor
  • Zhejiang
  • Zhejiang University
  • Zheng Chenggong
  • Zhenjiang
  • Zhengzhou
  • Zhenzhunchong Formation
  • Zhicheng
  • Zhifu Island
  • Zhiyi
  • Zhongdian
  • Zhongguancun
  • Zhongnanhai
  • Zhonghua minzu
  • Zhongli Quan
  • Zhongshan
  • Zhongshan, Taipei
  • Zhongshan University
  • Zhongxing New Village
  • Zhongzheng
  • Zhou (country subdivision)
  • Zhou (surname)
  • Zhou Dynasty
  • Zhou Dynasty (690 AD - 705 AD)
  • Zhou Enlai
  • Zhou Kexi
  • Zhou Tai
  • Zhou Yu
  • Zhou Zhengyi
  • Zhoukoudian
  • Zhoushan
  • Zhoushan Island
  • Zhu Bajie
  • Zhu Da
  • Zhu De
  • Zhu Rongji
  • Zhu Shijie
  • Zhu Xi
  • Zhuang
  • Zhuang characters
  • Zhang Jue
  • Zhuang languages
  • Zhuang Zhou
  • Zhuangzi (book)
  • Zhuge Liang
  • Zhuge Liang's Southern Campaign
  • Zhuhai
  • Zhujiang
  • Zhumadian
  • Zhuo Lin
  • Zhuyin
  • Zhuzhou
  • Zi
  • Zijiang River
  • Zizhi Tongjian
  • Zong Bing
  • Zongmi
  • Zu Chongzhi
  • Zun
  • Zuo Zongtang


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