The Info List - Xiong Shuang

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Shuang may refer to: Given name[edit]

Cao Shuang (died 249), military general, politician and regent of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period Cheng Shuang
Cheng Shuang
(born 1987), Chinese female aerial skier who competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics Guo Shuang
Guo Shuang
(郭爽) (born 1986), Chinese professional track cyclist Li Shuang (artist) (李爽) (born 1957), contemporary Chinese artist Li Shuang (field hockey) (born 1978), female Chinese field hockey player who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics Wang Shuang (Cao Wei)
Wang Shuang (Cao Wei)
(died 228), military general of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history Xiong Shuang (熊霜) (died 822 BC)the 12th viscount of the state of Chu during the Western Zhou Dynasty of ancient China Xun Shuang (荀爽) (128-190), politician and historian of the late Han Dynasty of the Chinese history Zhang Shuang (speed skater) (born 1986), Chinese female long-track speed-skater Zhang Shuang (ice hockey) (born 1987), Chinese female ice hockey player Zhao Shuang (born 1990), basketball player for China women's national basketball team Zheng Shuang (born 1991) (born 1991), Chinese actress and singer Zhu Shuang, Prince of Qin
Zhu Shuang, Prince of Qin
(朱樉) (1328–1398), son of Hongwu Emperor Zhuge Shuang (諸葛爽) (died 886), general of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty


Shuang River
Shuang River
(Chinese: 雙溪; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Siang-khoe), a river in Taiwan

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