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Yang may refer to:
- Yang, in yin and yang, the word for one half of the two symbolic polarities in Chinese philosophy, described as "bright positive masculine principle" in Chinese cosmology
- Yang County, in Shaanxi, China
- Yang, Iran, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
- The Korean yang, former unit of currency of Korea from 1892 to 1902.
- YANG, a data modeling language for the NETCONF network configuration protocol.
- Yang, Sikhoraphum - Surin Province, Thailand
- Cristina Yang, on the turn of the century TV show, Grey's Anatomy
- Yang, from the show Yin Yang Yo!
- Yang, Experiment 502 in Lilo and Stitch: The Series
- Yang Fang Leiden, from Final Fantasy IV
- Yang Lee, in the Street Fighter III series of videogames
- Mr. Yang, the Yin Yang serial killer in the season 3 finale of Psych
- Yang the character from "Sloppy Toppy Sex Module"
- Yang Xiao Long, a main character from the RWBY animated series
- Chen Ning Yang, a Nobel Prize winning physicist
- Xiangzhong Yang (1959-2009), Chinese-American scientist
- Yang Zhongjian (杨钟健, 1897-1979), a Chinese paleontologist.
- Jerry Yang (entrepreneur), a Taiwanese American entrepreneur
- Yang Jisheng, Chinese journalist and author of Tombstone
- Yang (yanga, yango) Son of Ho Chung
- Dong Yi Yang (born 1984), South Korean mixed martial arts fighter
- Jerry Yang (poker player), winner of the 2007 World Series of Poker
- Yang Yong-eun or Y.E. Yang (1972–), South Korean golfer
- Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the constitutional monarch of Malaysia
- Rainie Yang, Taiwanese singer, actress and host.
- Yang, a free MacOSX software to analyze and secure your servers.
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Metin2 Online Game's virtual money is yang. Metin2 Yang
- Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan, a Chinese martial art named after the Yang family
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