Li Guangyan
Li Guangyan (李光顏) (761–826), courtesy name Guangyuan (光遠), né Adie Guangyan (阿跌光顏), was a general of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty. He was known for his participation in various campaigns against ...
D. O. Chaoke
Dular Osor Chaoke (Chinese: 杜拉尔·敖斯尔·朝克; pinyin: Dùlā'ěr Áosī'ěr Zhāokè; born 1958) is a Chinese linguist at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His primary area of study is on the Tungusic...
Lü Bu
Lü Bu (died February 199), courtesy name Fengxian, was a military general and warlord who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty. Originally a subordinate of a minor warlord Ding Yuan, he betrayed and ...
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Yuwen Hu
Yuwen Hu (宇文護) (513–572), with Chinese title Sabao (薩保, a distorted form of Sogdian sartpāw “caravan leader”, also applicable to Sogdian religious leaders), formally Duke Dang of Jin (晉蕩公), was a rege...
Junast
Junast (also Junastu; 1934–2010) was a Chinese linguist of Mongolian ethnicity who specialized in the study of the Monguor language, Eastern Yugur language and the 'Phags-pa script.
Junast was bor...
Wenchen Qin
Wenchen Qin (Chinese: 秦文琛, b. October 29, 1966) is a Chinese composer.
Wenchen Qin (family name: Qin) was born in Erdos, Inner Mongolia, China, where he had classes in Chinese folk music at an...
Chinggeltei
Chinggeltei (12 June 1924 – 27 December 2013; also Činggeltei, Chinggaltai, Chenggeltai, or Chenggeltei) was a professor of linguistics at the Inner Mongolia University in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, Peop...
Minggatu
Minggatu (Mongolian script: ᠮᠢᠨᠭᠭᠠᠲᠦ; Chinese: 明安图; pinyin: Ming'antu, c.1692-c. 1763), full name Sharabiin Myangat (Mongolian: Шаравын Мянгат) was a Mongolian astronomer, mathematician, a...
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Zhang Tiequan
Zhang Tiequan, or Zhang Tie Quan (Chinese: 张铁泉; pinyin: Zhāng Tĭequán, born July 25, 1978), often anglicized to Tiequan Zhang, is a Mongolian Chinese mixed martial artist, who fights as a Ligh...
Li Shouxin
Li Shouxin (Chinese: 李守信; pinyin: Lǐ Shǒuxìn; Wade–Giles: Li Shou-hsin; Hepburn: Ri Shyushin; July 11, 1892 - May 1970) was a pro-Japanese commander in Mengjiang National Army, and later ...
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Guo Shuang
Guo Shuang (郭爽) (born February 26, 1986) is a Chinese professional track cyclist. She won two bronze medals at the 2006 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, in Sprint and Keirin, and two silver meda...
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Wu Shugen
Wu Shugen (born August 26, 1987 in Inner Mongolia) is a female Chinese judoka who competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics in the Extra lightweight (under 48 kg) event. She c...
Hou Jing
Hou Jing (Chinese: 侯景; pinyin: Hóu Jǐng; died 552), courtesy name Wanjing (萬景), was a general of the Chinese dynasties Northern Wei, Eastern Wei, and Liang, and briefly, after controlling the ...
A Lamusi
A Lamusi (2 June 1989 in Neimonggol, Inner Mongolia) is a Mongolian-Chinese judoka who represented China in the men's 60 kg category at the 2012 Summer Olympics, he was defeated in the second rou...
Choijinzhab
Choijinzhab (also Choijinjab or Qôijûngjabû; born 16 January 1931) is a Chinese linguist of Mongolian ethnicity.
Choijinzhab was born in Jirim League (哲里木盟), Inner Mongolia in 1931. After graduati...
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Zhang Tian
Zhang Tian (simplified Chinese: 张添; traditional Chinese: 張添; pinyin: Zhāng Tiān; born September 30, 1980 in Nei Monggol) is a Chinese sport shooter. He won a silver medal in the men's free...
Gu Yanhui
Gu Yanhui (顧彥暉) (d. November 16, 897) was a warlord late in the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, who controlled Dongchuan Circuit (東川, headquartered in modern Mianyang, Sichuan) from 891, when he succeed...
Zhang Xiaoping
Zhang Xiaoping (simplified Chinese: 张小平; traditional Chinese: 張小平; pinyin: Zhāng Xiǎopíng; born April 1, 1982 in Xilinhot, Inner Mongolia) is a Chinese amateur boxer who won a gold medal ...
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Lu Jingjing
Lu Jingjing (born 5 May 1989 in Inner Mongolia) is a Chinese professional tennis player.Jingjing has won 3 singles and 11 doubles on the ITF tour in her career. On 20 June 2011 she reached her best si...
Mengke Bateer
Mengke Bateer or Menk Batere (Mongolian: ᠮᠥᠩᠬᠡᠪᠠᠭᠠᠲᠤᠷ; Monghbatar, Мөнхбаатар simplified Chinese: 孟克·巴特尔; traditional Chinese: 孟克·巴特爾; pinyin: Mèngkè Bātè'ěr; born November 20, 1975), ...
Yuwen Tai
Yuwen Tai (Chinese: 宇文泰; pinyin: Yǔwén Tài) (507–556), nickname Heita (黑獺), formally Duke Wen of Anding (安定文公), later further posthumously honored by Northern Zhou initially as Prince Wen (文王)...