Qi (disambiguation)

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Qi, in traditional Chinese culture, is an active principle forming part of any living thing.

Qi may also refer to:

Chinese history[edit]

States
  • Qi (Henan) (杞) (16th century BC – 445 BC), a state during the Shang and Zhou dynasties
  • Qi (Shandong) (齊) (1046 BC – 221 BC), a state during the Zhou dynasty
    • Qi by Tian, the same state usurped by the Tians after 386 BC
  • Southern Qi (齊) (479–502), a state during the Southern and Northern Dynasties period
  • Northern Qi (齊) (550–577), a state during the Southern and Northern Dynasties period
  • Qi (齊) (881–884), a state founded by Huang Chao near the end of the Tang dynasty
  • Qi (Five Dynasties) (岐) (907–924), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Southern Tang (937–976), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, known as Qi (齊) before 939
Places
  • Qi (岐), a former prefecture in modern Fengxiang, Shaanxi, China
  • Qi (齊), a former prefecture in modern Huaiji County, Guangdong, China
  • Qi (祁), a former prefecture in modern Anguo, Hebei, China
  • Qi (蘄), a former prefecture in modern Qichun County, Hubei, China

People[edit]

  • Qi of Xia, the second king (reigned 2146–2117 BC) of the Xia Dynasty
  • Houji, or Qi, an ancestor of the Chinese Zhou dynasty
  • Shu Qi (born 1976), a Taiwanese actress
  • Qi Jingyi (1656–1719), a Chinese Sufi master

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]