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A gong is a percussive musical instrument, or a warning bell.
Gong may also refer to:
- Gōng or Guang (vessel), an ancient Chinese shape of ritual ewer
- Gong (band), a Franco-British rock band.
- The Gongs, an experimental folk band.
- Gong (title), a title of Chinese nobility generally translated as "duke"
- Gong County, Henan, former name of Gongyi, a city in Henan, China
- Gong County, Sichuan, a county in Sichuan, China
- Gong, Iran, a city
- "Gong", song on the album Takk... by the Icelandic band Sigur Rós
- Gong bass drum, a type of drum
- Gong (magazine), a German television magazine
- Wollongong, ("the Gong"), Australia
- A colloquial term for a medal, honour or award
- Slang for opium
- Zhonggong, a pejorative name for Communist-Controlled China
GONG may refer to:
- Global Oscillations Network Group, studying solar structure and dynamics
- GONG (IPTV channel), an Internet Protocol Television channel specialising in anime
- GONG (organization), a Croatian non-government organization that oversees elections
- 21523 GONG, an asteroid discovered in 1998
Gong as a name may refer to:
- Kong (surname) (孔), a Korean and Chinese surname
- Gong (surname), several Chinese surnames
- Gong Baoren, Chinese Olympic swimmer
- Gong Guohua (born 1964), Chinese decathlete
- Gong Hwang-cherng (1934–2010), linguist from Taiwan
- Gong Li (born 1965), Chinese film actress
- Gong Ruina (born 1981), Chinese badminton player
- Gong Zhichao (born 1977), Chinese badminton player
- Alex Gong (1971–2003), Chinese-American kickboxer
- The pseudonym of Jonathan Crowther, a composer of Listener Crosswords
- Leonard Howell, known as The Gong, founder of the Rastafari movement
- Gong Gong, Chinese water god
- Gong farmer, term used in Tudor Britain for a person who emptied privies and cesspits
- The Gong Show, American television variety show spoof (1976-1980)
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