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surname Liu

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汉高祖刘邦 漢高祖劉邦 han4 gao1 zu3 liu2 bang1
Liu Bang (256 or 247-195 BC), first Han emperor, reigned 207-195 BC

汉文帝刘恒 漢文帝劉恆 han4 wen2 di4 liu2 heng2
Liu Heng (202-157 BC), the fourth Han emperor Han Wendi, reigned 180-157 BC

刘安 劉安 liu2 an1
Liu An (179-122 BC), King of Huainan under the Western Han, ordered the writing of the 淮南子

刘邦 劉邦 liu2 bang1
Liu Bang (256 or 247-195 BC), bandit leader who became first Han emperor Han Gaozu 漢高祖|汉高祖 (reigned 202-195 BC)

刘备 劉備 liu2 bei4
Liu Bei (161-223), warlord at the end of the Han dynasty and founder of the Han kingdom of Shu 蜀漢|蜀汉 (c. 200-263), later the Shu Han dynasty

刘表 劉表 liu2 biao3
Liu Biao (142-208), warlord

刘宾雁 劉賓雁 liu2 bin1 yan4
Liu Binyan (1925-2005), journalist and novelist, condemned by Mao as rightist faction in 1957, subsequently dissident writer

刘伯温 劉伯溫 liu2 bo2 wen1
Liu Bowen (1311-1375), general under the first Ming emperor Zu Yuanzhang 朱元璋, with a reputation as a military genius; also called Liu Ji 劉基|刘基

刘禅 劉禪 liu2 chan2
Liu Chan 劉禪|刘禅 (207-271), son of Liu Bei, reigned as Shu Han emperor 233-263

刘慈欣 劉慈欣 liu2 ci2 xin1
Liu Cixin (1963-), Chinese science fiction writer

刘德华 劉德華 liu2 de2 hua2
Andy Lau (1961-), Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actor

刘鹗 劉鶚 liu2 e4
Liu E (1857-1909), late Qing novelist, author of 老殘遊記|老残游记

刘公岛 劉公島 liu2 gong1 dao3
Liugong island in the Yellow sea

刘光第 劉光第 liu2 guang1 di4
Liu Guangdi (1859-1898), one of the Six Gentlemen Martyrs 戊戌六君子 of the unsuccessful reform movement of 1898

刘贵今 劉貴今 liu2 gui4 jin1
Liu Guijin (1945-), PRC diplomat, special representative to Africa from 2007, Chinese specialist on Sudan and the Darfur issue

刘海 劉海 liu2 hai3
bangs or fringes of hair

刘恒 劉恆 liu2 heng2
Liu Heng, personal name of Han emperor Han Wendi 漢文帝|汉文帝; Liu Heng (1954-), Chinese writer

刘厚总 劉厚總 liu2 hou4 zong3
Liu Houzong (1904-1949), originally Hunan guerilla leader, rewarded by Chiang Kaishek for killing Xiang Ying 項英|项英 during the 1941 New Fourth Army incident 皖南事变

刘基 劉基 liu2 ji1
Liu Ji or Liu Bowen 劉伯溫|刘伯温 (1311-1375), general under the first Ming emperor Zu Yuanzhang 朱元璋, with a reputation as a military genius

刘家村 劉家村 liu2 jia1 cun1
Liujia village in Zhangdian district 张店区 of Zhibo city 淄博市, Shandong

刘家辉 劉家輝 liu2 jia1 hui1
Gordon Liu (1955-), Hong Kong action actor

刘家夼 劉家夼 liu2 jia1 kuang3
Liujiakuang township in Muping district 牟平區|牟平区, Yantai, Shandong

刘家夼镇 劉家夼鎮 liu2 jia1 kuang3 zhen4
Liujiakuang township in Muping district 牟平區|牟平区, Yantai, Shandong

刘剑峰 劉劍峰 liu2 jian4 feng1
Liu Jianfeng (1936-), second governor of Hainan

刘金宝 劉金寶 liu2 jin1 bao3
Liu Jinbao

刘涓子 劉涓子 liu2 juan1 zi3
Liu Juanzi, legendary alchemist and creator of magic potions

刘涓子鬼遗方 劉涓子鬼遺方 liu2 juan1 zi3 gui3 yi2 fang1
Liu Juanzi's medical recipes bequeathed by the ghost Huang Fugui 黃父鬼|黄父鬼

刘姥姥进大观园 劉姥姥進大觀園 liu2 lao3 lao5 jin4 da4 guan1 yuan2
Granny Liu visits the Grand View gardens; (of a simple person) to be overwhelmed by new experiences and luxurious surroundings

刘青云 劉青雲 liu2 qing1 yun2
Lau Ching-Wan (1964-), Hong Kong actor

刘少奇 劉少奇 liu2 shao4 qi2
Liu Shaoqi (1898-1969), Chinese communist leader, a martyr of the Cultural Revolution

刘师培 劉師培 liu2 shi1 pei2
Liu Shipei (1884-1919), Chinese anarchist and revolutionary activist

刘奭 劉奭 liu2 shi4
Liu Shi, personal name of Han Emperor Yuandi 漢元帝|汉元帝

刘松龄 劉松齡 liu2 song1 ling2
Ferdinand Augustin Hallerstein (1703-1774), Slovenian Jesuit missionary, astronomer and mathematician, spent 35 years at Emperor Qianlong's court

刘宋 劉宋 liu2 song4
Song of the Southern dynasties 南朝宋 (420-479), with capital at Nanjing

刘宋时代 劉宋時代 liu2 song4 shi2 dai4
Song of the Southern dynasties (420-479), with capital at Nanjing

刘天华 劉天華 liu2 tian1 hua2
Liu T'ien-hua

刘熙 劉熙 liu2 xi1
Liu Xi (late Han, c. 200 AD), possibly the author of 釋名|释名

刘翔 劉翔 liu2 xiang2
Liu Xiang (1983-), Chinese gold-medal hurdler of the 2004 Olympic Games

刘向 劉向 liu2 xiang4
Liu Xiang (77-6 BC), Han Dynasty scholar and author

刘晓波 劉曉波 liu2 xiao3 bo1
Liu Xiaobo (1955-), Beijing writer and human rights activist, organizer of petition Charter 2008 零八憲章|零八宪章, Nobel Peace Prize laureate in 2010

刘心武 劉心武 liu2 xin1 wu3
Liu Xinwu (1942-), novelist

刘昫 劉昫 liu2 xu4
Liu Xu (887-946), politician in Later Jin of the Five Dynasties 後晉|后晋, compiled History of Early Tang Dynasty 舊唐書|旧唐书

刘洋 劉洋 liu2 yang2
Liu Yang (1978-), China's first female astronaut in space (June 16, 2012)

刘毅 劉毅 liu2 yi4
Liu Yi (-285), famous incorruptible official of Western Jin dynasty the Western Jin dynasty 西晉|西晋 (265-316); Liu Yi (-412), general of Eastern Jin dynasty 東晉|东晋 (317-420)

刘义庆 劉義慶 liu2 yi4 qing4
Liu Yiqing (403-444), writer of South Song Dynasty, compiler and editor of A New Account of the Tales of the World 世說新語|世说新语

刘禹锡 劉禹錫 liu2 yu3 xi1
Liu Yuxi (772-842), Tang poet

刘裕 劉裕 liu2 yu4
Liu Yu, founder of Song of the Southern dynasties 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420, reigned as Emperor Wu of Song 宋武帝

刘渊 劉淵 liu2 yuan1
Liu Yuan, warlord at the end of the Western Jin dynasty 西晋, founder of Cheng Han of the Sixteen Kingdoms 成漢|成汉 (304-347)

刘云山 劉雲山 liu2 yun2 shan1
Liu Yunshan (1947-), PRC career politician, background in journalism in Inner Mongolia, from 2002 head of party Central Propaganda Section 中央宣传部

宋武帝刘裕 宋武帝劉裕 song4 wu3 di4 liu2 yu4
Liu Yu, founder of Southern dynasty Song 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420