The hundred surnames: a Pinyin index

Dai, Linqun
October 2006
Indexer;Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, pC3
Academic Journal
An alphabetized list of the top one-hundred Chinese surnames, based on the Pinyin transliteration system, is presented.


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