Huang (surname)

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Huang or Hwang or Hoang
SurnameHuang.svg
Chinese character representing Huang
Romanization Huáng (Mandarin)
Hwang (Korean)
Huỳnh or Hoàng (Vietnamese)
Ng or Ung (Hokkien and Teochew)
Ooi or Hûiⁿ (Hakka)
Waan (Shanghainese)
Wong (Cantonese)
Wee (Hainanese)
Pronunciation Mandarin: Huáng, /ˈhwɑːŋ/
Language(s) Chinese
Origin
Meaning Yellow


Huang (/ˈhwɑːŋ/, simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ) is a Chinese surname that means "Yellow". While Huáng is the pinyin romanisation of the word, it may also be romanised as Hwang, Huong, Houang, Hoang, Wong, Waan, Wan, Waon, Hwong, Vong, Hung, Hong, Bong, Eng, Ng, Uy, Wee, Oi, Oei, Oey, or Ooi, Ong, or Ung due to pronunciations of the word in different dialects and languages.

This surname is known as Hwang in Korean. In Vietnamese, the name is known as Hoàng or Huỳnh.

Huang is the 7th most common surname in China.[1] The population of Huangs in China and Taiwan was estimated at more than 30 million in 2007; it was also the surname of more than 2 million overseas Chinese, 4.6 million Vietnamese (5.1%), and an estimated 1 million Koreans (The 2000 census of South Korea revealed it was the surname for 644,294 South Koreans, ranked 17th).[2]

Pronunciations/transliterations[edit]

Origins[edit]

Huang is an ancient surname. According to tradition, there are several different sources of Huang surname origin.

Dong Yi Tribe[edit]

The Dong Yi or Eastern Barbarians were ancient people who lived in eastern China during the prehistoric period. They were one of the Siyi (Four Barbarians) in Chinese culture, along with the Northern Di 北狄, the Southern Man 南蠻, and the Western Rong 西戎. The Dong Yi tribe was the tribal alliance group that consisted of nine tribes in the Huai River Basin 淮水流域: Quan Yi 畎夷, Yu Yi 於夷, Fang Yi 方夷, Huang Yi 黃夷, Bai Yi 白夷, Chi Yi 赤夷, Xuan Yi 玄夷, Feng Yi 風夷 and Yang Yi 陽夷. The Dong Yi tribe people used different birds as their totems and for Huang Yi 黃夷 tribe, Yellow Oriole 黃鶯 was the totem. Later when the people from Huang Yi 黃夷 tribe moved and settled in different parts of China, they adopted Huang 黃 as their surname.

Ying Clan[edit]

Shaohao 少皋 had a son, Gao Yao and Gao Yao had a son, Bo Yi. Bo Yi helped Emperor Shun and Yu the Great control the Great Flood and got surname Ying (嬴) at early Xia dynasty period. Bo Yi married Emperor Shun's youngest daughter and gave birth to Da Lian 大廉. Xia Yu awarded the Huang kingdom to Da Lian, and his descendants are known as the Huangs.

There are total of 14 clans derived from Bo Yi Ying clan: Lian (廉), Xu (徐), Jiang (江), Qin (秦), Zhao (趙), Huang (黃), Liang (梁), Ma (馬), Ge (葛), Gu (谷), Mou (繆), Zhong (鍾), Fei (費), and Qu (瞿).

Ji Clan[edit]

The lineage of Huang Clan from Yellow Emperor is as follow: 1) Yellow Emperor 黃帝 -> 2) Chang Yi 昌意 -> 3) Zhuanxu Emperor 顓頊帝 -> 4) Da Ye 大業 (aka Ye the Great) -> 5) Shao Dian 少典 -> 6) Nu Shen 女莘 -> 7) Da Fei 大費 (aka Fei the Great) -> 8) Juan Zhang 卷章 -> 9) Wu Hui 吳回 (also known as Zhurong) -> 10) Lu Zhong 陸終 -> 11) Hui Lian 惠連 (Some accounts state that Hui Lian is son of Fan Ren, son of Lu Zhong). Lu Zhong had six sons: eldest Fan 樊 (also known as Fan Ren 樊人), second Ding 定 (also known as Hui Lian 惠连), third Qian (also known as Qian Keng 钱铿), fourth Qiu 求 (also known as Qiu Yan 求言), fifth Yan An 晏安 (also known as Cao An 曹安 or Zao An 遭安), and the sixth, Ji 季 (also known as Ji Lian 季连). In 2220 BC during the reign of Emperor Yao 帝堯, Hui Lian 惠連 scored merits in harnessing river floods. Emperor Yao conferred on Hui Lian the title of Viscount 子 and the state of Can'hu 參胡 (in present-day region of Fenyang, Shanxi province). Emperor Yao renamed Can'hu as State of Huang, and bestowed on Hui Lian the surname Huang 黃 and the name "Yun" 雲. Hence, Hui Lian was also known as Huang Yun 黃雲 or Nan Lu 南陆. Hui Lian became the Progenitor of the Huang surname clan. During Western Zhou Dynasty, the rulers of the Huang State was given the title of Duke 公. The descendants of Huang Yun (Hui Lian) ruled the Huang State of Shanxi until the early Spring and Autumn Period (722 BC-481 BC) when it was conquered by the State of Jin.

Development and Emigration[edit]

In 891 BC King Xiao of Zhou conferred on the 53rd generation descendant of Hui Lian, Huang Xi 黃熙 (aka Huang Shi 黃石) the nobility of 'Hou' 侯 (marquis) and a fiefdom in the region east of the Han river 漢水 (in present-day region of Yicheng, Hubei province) called 'Huang' 黃 (Not to be confused with the Huang State of Fenyang, Shanxi) with the four states Jiang 江, Huang 黃 (founded by 伯益 Bo Yi's descendants), Dao 道, and Bo 柏 in the Huang river 潢水 valley as vassals. The Huang State of Yicheng, Hubei was known as the Western Huang (Xi Huang 西黃) in history.

In 845 BC Duke Wen 文侯 Huang Meng 黃孟 (aka Huang Zhang 黃璋) moved the capital of the State of Huang from Yicheng to Huangchuan (present-day Huangchuan, Henan). Huang Xi's descendants ruled State of Huang until 648 BC when it was destroyed by the State of Chu. The Duke of Huang, Duke Mu 穆侯 Huang Qisheng 黃企生, fled to the state of Qi. The people of Huang were forced to relocate to Chu. They settled in the region of present-day Hubei province, in a region known as the Jiangxia Prefecture 江夏郡 during the Han dynasty (206 BC-AD 220). There are many places in this region today that were named after Huang e.g. Huanggang, Huangpi, Huangmei, Huangshi, Huangan, Huangzhou etc. A large number of the people of Huang were also relocated to regions south of the Yangtze River. Among them were descendants of the aristocratic family of Huang, who later assimilated with the local indigenous tribes and their descendants became the Huangs of the non-Han ethnic minorities in south China today.

It was from Jiangxia where the Huang Clan later spread its branches to other parts of China and later on to other parts of the world, hence Jiangxia is regarded as the Cradle of the Huang Clan and the name "Jiangxia" was adopted as the clan's "Hall name" 堂號. Today, the Huang Surname Clan is known as the "Huang Clan of Jiangxia". The name "Jiangxia" has become a synonym of Huang surname clan.

During the Jin dynasty (265-420), when northern China was invaded by the barbarian tribes, many northerners (especially the aristocratic clans) moved to south China with the Jin court. It was during this period that the Huang clansmen migrated to Fujian.

According to Min Shu 閩書 (Book of Min) (Quoted from Chung Yoon-Ngan): "During the second year (of the reign) of Yongjia (308AD) the Central Plain was in chaos and the eight clans:- Lin 林, Huang 黃, Chen 陳, Zheng 鄭, Zhan 詹, Qiu 邱, He 何, and Hu 胡, entered Min 閩 (present day Fujian province, China)."

From the Tang dynasty (618-907) onwards, many Han Chinese migrated from Fujian to Guangdong and the other southern provinces. Huang grew into a big clan in south China and it is the 3rd biggest surname in Southern China today.

Migration to Taiwan began during the transition period from the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) to Qing dynasty (1644-1912), when many Han Chinese followed the Anti-Manchu Ming loyalist forces under Zheng Chenggong, and crossed the Taiwan Strait to Taiwan island.

Huang migration overseas began as early as the 14th century during the Ming dynasty to destinations in Southeast Asia. Migration to Americas began only in the mid-19th century following the forced opening of China's doors to the West. Huang is one of the largest Chinese surname clans in Americas today. The population of overseas Huang Clansmen was estimated at 2 million in 2000.

Huang[edit]

Huang is the 7th most common surname in China, and the 3rd most common surname in Taiwan. It is also one of the common surnames among Zhuang People, one of the ethnic minority in China. 19% of People from China with Surname Huang live in Guangdong Province. The population of people named Huang in China was approximately 29 million and in Taiwan about 1.4 million.

Historical Figures with Huang 黃 Surname[edit]

  • Huang An 黃岸 (674–756), Tang Dynasty Scholar, Imperial Court Grandee 光祿大夫 and Duke 開國公
  • Huang Anshi 黃安石 (1168–1255), Southern Song Dynasty Scholar, Palace Counsellor 通奉大夫, Imperial Counsellor 榮祿大夫 and Grand Preceptor 太師
  • Huang Ba 黃霸 (130 BC–51 BC), Western Han Dynasty Prince's Tutor 太子太傅, Imperial Counsellor 御史大夫, Prime Minister 丞相 and Marquis of Jian'cheng Ding 建成定侯
  • Huang Baier 黃百二, Song Dynasty General and Minister of War 兵部尚書
  • Huang Bin 黃彬 (?–1390), Early Ming Dynasty General and Marquis of Yi'chun 宜春侯
  • Huang Bing 黃柄, Eastern Wu Kingdom General, Governor of Nan'jun 南郡太守 and Marquis of Guan'nei 關內侯 during the Three Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Bohong 黃伯浤, Jin Dynasty Governor of Xi'hai 西海太守, Marquis of Kai'yang Ting 開陽亭侯 and Count of Ping'shu 平舒縣五等伯
  • Huang Boliang 黃伯良, Eastern Han Dynasty Minister over the Masses 司徒
  • Huang Bosi 黃伯思 (1079–1118), Northern Song Dynasty Scholar, Philologist and Calligrapher
  • Huang Bu 黃輔 (70BC–7 BC), Western Han Dynasty Commandant of Guards 衛尉 and Marquis of Jian'cheng Zhong 建成忠侯
  • Huang Cha 黃察, Sui Dynasty Grand General 上柱國 and Duke of Dong'jun 東郡開國公
  • Huang Chang 黃昌, Eastern Han Dynasty Grand Minister of Agriculture 大司農 and Grand Palace Grandee 太中大夫
  • Huang Chao 黃巢 (820–884), Leader of major rebellion 黃巢之亂 that weakened Tang Dynasty and Emperor of Qi 大齊皇帝
  • Huang Chaofang 黃超芳, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Deputy Prime Minister 春官副丞相
  • Huang Chen 黃琛, Eastern Han Dynasty Minister of Agriculture 司農
  • Huang Cheng 黃晟 (859–909), Late Tang Dynasty Ming'zhou Governor 明州刺史, and posthumous Marquis of Jiang'xia 江夏侯 and Marquis of Ling'yi 靈翼侯
  • Huang Chengke 黃澄可, Martial Artist and one of the famous "Ten Tigers of Canton" during Qing Dynasty
  • Huang Chengyan 黃承彥, Eastern Han Dynasty Scholar
  • Huang Chengzhong 黃呈忠 (1826–?), Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Dai 戴王
  • Huang Chongfa 黃崇發, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Ai 愛王
  • Huang Chonggu 黃崇嘏, Former Shu Kingdom Female Scholar and Poet during Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Huang Chouruo 黃疇若 (1154–1222), Song Dynasty Scholar, Minister of War 兵部尚書 and Marquis of Yu'zhang 豫章郡侯
  • Huang Chuping 黃初平 Wong Tai Sin (328–386), Taoist deity
  • Huang Chunxi 黃淳熙 (1820–1861), Qing Dynasty General and Master Commandant of Cavalry 騎都尉
  • Huang Chunyao 黃淳耀 (?–1646), Late Ming Dynasty Scholar and Anti-Qing General
  • Huang Congbao 黃悰保, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Lie 列王
  • Huang Dao 黃燾, Han Dynasty Minister of Chariot 車司馬
  • Huang Daopo 黃道婆 (1245–1330), Yuan dynasty Weaver and Innovator
  • Huang Daozhou 黃道週 (1585–1646), Ming Dynasty Calligrapher, Scholar, Minister of War 兵部尚書, Senior Grand Secretary (Prime Minister) 內閣首輔 and one of the Four Lords of Yellow Gate 黃門 四君子
  • Huang Degong 黃得功 (?–1645), Ming Dynasty General, Anti-Qing Rebel Leader and Count of Jing’nan 靖南伯
  • Huang Dehe 黃德和, Northern Song Dynasty General
  • Huang Dening 黃德寧 (?–1306), Rebellion Leader against Yuan Dynasty
  • Huang Deyong 黃得用, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Bi 弼王
  • Huang Dengxian 黃登賢 (1709–1776), Qing Dynasty Scholar and Governor of Cao'yun 漕運總督
  • Huang Ding 黃鼎 (716–787), Tang Dynasty Grand Master of Remonstrance 諫議大夫
  • Huang Ding 黃鼎 (1650–1730), Qing Dynasty Landscape Painter and Poet
  • Huang Dingfeng 黃鼎鳳 (1830–?), Peasant Uprising Leader against Qing Dynasty and Duke of Long 隆國公 of Da'cheng Kingdom 大成國
  • Huang Dongliang 黃棟樑, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Kai 凱王
  • Huang Du 黃度 (1138–1213), Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Rites 禮部尚書
  • Huang Faqu 黃法𣰋, (518–576), Southern Chen Dynasty General, Viscount of Ba'shan 巴山縣開 國子 and Duke of Yi’yang 義陽郡開國公 and Duke of Xin’jian 新建縣開國公 during Southern and Northern Dynasties Period
  • Huang Fangdu 黃芳度 (?–1675), Qing Dynasty General, Duke of Hai'cheng 海澄公 and Prince of Duo'luo 多羅郡王
  • Huang Feihong 黃飛鴻 Wong Fei-hung (1847–1924), Martial Artist, Physician, Acupuncturist, Revolutionary, and Folk Hero during late Qing Dynasty
  • Huang Fenglin 黃鳳麟 (555–626), Sui Dynasty Scholar, Attendant Imperial Secretary 侍御史 and First Scholar with Surname Huang
  • Huang Fengxiang 黃鳳翔 (1538–1614), Ming Dynasty Top Scholar and Nanjing Minister of Rites 南京禮部尚書
  • Huang Fu 黃輔, Western Han Dynasty General and Marquis of Jiancheng Zhong 建成忠侯
  • Huang Fu 黃馥, Western Han Dynasty Chancellor 侍中
  • Huang Fu 黃府 (1130–1210), Southern Song Dynasty Scholar, Grand Secretariat 內閣學士, Imperial Counsellor 榮祿大夫 and Grand Preceptor 太師
  • Huang Fu 黃福 (1362–1440), Ming Dynasty Nanjing Minister of Revenue 南京戶部尚書, Nanjing Minister of Works 南京工部尚書, Nanjing Minister of War 南京兵部尚書 and Grand Protector 太保
  • Huang Fu 黃紱 (1423–?), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Nanjing Minister of Revenue 南京戶部尚書
  • Huang Gai 黃蓋, Eastern Wu Kingdom General during the Three Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Ganyao 黃乾曜 (?–761), Uprising Leader against Tang Dynasty and Self-claimed King of Zhong'yue 中越王
  • Huang Gongbi 黃公庇, State of Qin Minister 博士 and Counsellor 大夫 during the Warring States Period
  • Huang Gongfu 黃公輔, Ming Dynasty Scholar and Nanjing Minister of War 南京兵部尚書
  • Huang Gongwang 黃公望 (1269–1345), Famous Painter and one of the "Four Masters of the Yuan Dynasty" 元四家
  • Huang Guan 黃觀 (1364–1402), Ming Dynasty One of Top Scholars 連中三元 and Chancellor 右侍中
  • Huang Guang 黃廣, One of the Founding Father of Han Dynasty 漢朝 開國元勳 and Generalissimo 大元帥
  • Huang Guangde 黃廣德 (?–1277), Rebellion Leader against Yuan Dynasty, and Self-claimed Generalissimo 大元帥 and Emperor Guangde 廣德皇帝
  • Huang Guangsheng 黃光昇, Ming Dynasty Scholar, Nanjing Minister of Justice 南京刑部尚書 and Prince’s Protector 太子少保
  • Huang Guigu 黃貴姑 (246 BC–221 BC), Lady General of the first Qin Emperor
  • Huang Guilan 黃桂蘭 (?–1884), Qing Dynasty Guang’xi Admiral 廣西提督
  • Huang Guinian 黃龜年 (1083–1145), Southern Song Dynasty Guan'wen Grand Secretariat 觀文殿大學士, Prime Minister 尚書右僕射同中書平章事 and Minister of War 樞密使
  • Huang Guocai 黃國材 (?–1731), Qing Dynasty Minister of Denfense 兵部尚書, Minister of Justice 刑部尚書 and Minister of Works 工部尚書
  • Huang Guozhen 黃國鎮 (?–1902), Qing Dynasty Anti-Japanese Rebellion Leader in Taiwan
  • Huang Hao 黃皓, Huang Chao Uprising 黃巢起義 Army General
  • Huang Hao 黃鎬 (1421–1484), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Nanjing Minister of Revenue 南京 戶部尚書
  • Huang Hejin 黃和錦, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Zuo 佐王
  • Huang Heshang 黃河上, Tang Dynasty General, Master Commandant of Cavalry 騎都尉 and Duke of Wu'chang 武昌郡開國公
  • Huang Heshou 黃河壽, Tang Dynasty Master Commandant of Cavalry 騎都尉 and Duke of Xi'guo 襲虢國公
  • Huang Hong 黃泓, Jin Dynasty General, Master Commandant of Chariots 奉車都尉, Court Astronomer (太史令, 領太史令), Xi'hai Prefect 西海太守, Marquis of Guan'nei 關內侯, Marquis of Kai Yang'ting 開陽亭侯 and Count of Ping'shu 平舒縣 五等伯
  • Huang Hufang 黃戶芳, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Prime Minister 春官正丞相
  • Huang Hua 黃華 (?–1283), Rebellion Leader against Yuan Dynasty
  • Huang Huai 黃淮 (1367–1449), Ming Dynasty Grand Counsellor 榮祿大夫, Minister of Revenue 南京 戶部尚書, Wu'ying Grand Secretrait 武英殿大學士 and Senior Grand Secretary (Prime Minister) 內閣首輔
  • Huang Hui 黃回, Liu Song Dynasty General, Baron of Ge’yang 葛陽縣開國男, Marquis of Wen’xi 聞喜縣開國侯 and Duke of An’lu 安陸郡開國公 during the Southern and Northern Dynasties Period
  • Huang Ji 黃濟, Ming Dynasty Imperial Painter
  • Huang Ji 黃機 (1612 –1686), Qing Dynasty Minister of Rites 禮部漢尚書, Minister of Revenue 戶部漢尚書, Minister of Personnel 吏部漢尚書 and Wen'hua Grand Secretariat 文華殿大學士
  • Huang Jijian 黃吉健, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Lie 列王
  • Huang Jishui 黃姬水 (1509–1574), Ming Dynasty Calligrapher and Writer
  • Huang Jizhong 黃極忠, Peasant Uprising Leader in the Late Qin Dynasty, Western Han Dynasty General and Marquis of Qi'yan 邔嚴侯
  • Huang Jia 黃嘉, Western Han Dynasty Minister of Works 大司空
  • Huang Jia 黃賈, Shu Han Kingdom Imperial Court Grandee 光祿大夫
  • Huang Jiashan黃嘉善 (1549–1624), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Minister of War 兵部尚書
  • Huang Jianzhong 黃建中, Famous Engraver during late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty
  • Huang Jie 黃節, Tang Dynasty Prime Minister 同平章事 of Emperor Xuan'zhong of Tang 唐玄宗
  • Huang Jie 黃碣 (841–895), Tang Dynasty General, Imperial Secretary 御史中丞 and posthumous Minister over the Masses 司徒
  • Huang Jin 黃溍 (1277–1357), Yuan Dynasty Confucian Scholar, one of the "Four Outstanding of Ru'lin" 儒林四傑 and one of the "Six Literature Figures of Yuan" 元文六大家
  • Huang Jin 黃锦 (1572–1654), Ming Dynasty Calligrapher, Nanjing Minister of Rites 南京禮部尚書, Nanjing Minister of Personnel 南京吏部尚書
  • Huang Jinai 黃金愛, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Ji 紀王
  • Huang Jinfeng 黃金鳳, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Lie 列王
  • Huang Jinrui 黃金銳, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Cao 曹王
  • Huang Jing 黃井 (928–1008), Early Song Dynasty Minister of Jusitce 刑部尚書
  • Huang Jingfang 黃景昉 (1596–1662), Ming Dynasty Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書, Wen'yuan Grand Secretariat 文淵閣大學士, Assistant Senior Grand Secretary 內閣辅臣 and Prince’s Protector 太子少保
  • Huang Jingren 黃景仁 (1749–1783), Qing Dynasty Poet
  • Huang Jingxiu 黃景修 (385 BC–?), Prime Minister 宰相 of the state of Qin
  • Huang Jingyuan 黃敬元 (560 BC–?), General of Qin Kingdom during Warring States Period
  • Huang Jiuyue 黃久約, Jin Dynasty Grand Master of Remonstrance 左諫議大夫
  • Huang Ju 黃鞠, Sui Dynasty Grand Master of Remonstrance 諫議大夫
  • Huang Jucai 黃居採 (933–993), Later Shu Kingdom and Early Song Dynasty Painter
  • Huang Juan 黃雋, Eastern Han Dynasty Chancellor of State Affairs 尚書令
  • Huang Junhan 黃君漢 (581–632), Tang Dynasty Founding Grand General 上柱國, Duke of Fen'yin 汾陰公, Duke of Dong'jun 東郡開國公 and Duke of Guo 虢國公
  • Huang Junya 黃君牙, Eastern Zhou Dynasty Chancellor 大司徒 of King Huan of Zhou 周桓王
  • Huang Kaiji 黃開基 (1790–1856), Qing Dynasty Prefect of Taiwan 台灣府知府, Anti-British General during the First Opium War and Duke of Taiwan 台湾公
  • Huang Kan 黃侃 (175–?), Late Eastern Han Dynasty Master Commandant of Cavalry 騎都尉
  • Huang Ke 黃珂 (1449–1523), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Nanjing Minister of Works 南京工部尚書
  • Huang Kezuan 黃克纘 (1550–1634), Ming Dynasty Scholar, Nanjing Minister of Justice 南京刑部尚書, Nanjing Minister of War 南京兵部尚書, Nanjing Minister of Works 南京工部尚書, Nanjing Minister of Personnel 南京吏部尚書 and Prince's Tutor 太子太傅
  • Huang Kuangshun 黃匡順, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Lie 列王
  • Huang Liji 黃立極, Ming Dynasty Dong'ke, Wen'yuan, Wu'ying and Jian'ji Grand Secretariat 東閣, 文淵閣, 武英殿, 建極殿 大學士, Prince's Protector 太子太保, and Senior Grand Secretary (Prime Minister) 內閣首輔
  • Huang Liu 黃劉, Western Han Dynasty Imperial Counsellor 御史大夫
  • Huang Longshi 黃龍士 (1651/1654–?), One of the greatest "Go" 圍棋 Players in history
  • Huang Longyun 黃隆芸, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Xiang 祥王
  • Huang Lu 黃履 (1030–1101), Northern Song Dynasty Scholar and Deputy Prime Minister 尚書右丞
  • Huang Luceng 黃魯曾 (1487–1561), Ming Dynasty Writer
  • Huang Luan 黃亂, Shan'yue Resistance Leader 山越渠帥 against Eastern Wu Kingdom during Three Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Maocheng 黃懋澄, Qing Dynasty General and Duke of Hai'cheng 一等海澄公
  • Huang Mi 黃宓, Eastern Zhou Dynasty General 大將 of King Zhuang of Zhou 周莊王
  • Huang Ming 黃明, Western Han Dynasty Marquis of Qi'gong 邔共侯
  • Huang Mingjun 黃鳴俊 (1590–1645), Ming Dynasty Minister of War 兵部尚書, Dong'ke and Wu'ying Grand Secretrait 東閣, 武英殿大學士, and Assistant Grand Secretary 內閣辅臣
  • Huang Nanqiu 黃南球 (1840–1919), Qing Dynasty Fu'jian Governor 福建巡撫 and Anti-Japanese General in Taiwan
  • Huang Neyu 黃訥裕 (851–?), Tang Dynasty Scholar, Minister of Works 工部尚書 and Duke of Chu 楚國公 of Min Kingdom during Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Peisong 黃培松 (1855–1925), Qing Dynasty Top Imperial Guard 一等侍衛 and General
  • Huang Pu 黃璞, Tang Dynasty Writer and Scholar
  • Huang Qisheng 黃期陞, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Zhu 助王
  • Huang Qiying 黃麒英 Wong Kei-ying (1815–1886), Martial Artist, Physician, and one of the "Ten Tigers of Canton" during late Qing Dynasty
  • Huang Qiyu 黃奇遇 (1598–1666), Ming Dynasty Scholar, Nanjing Minister of Rites 南京禮部尚書 and Nanjing Minister of War 南京兵部尚書
  • Huang Qia 黃洽 (1122–1200), Southern Song Dynasty Scholar, Grand Master of Remonstrance 右諫議大夫, Imperial Secretary 御史中丞 and Zi'zheng Grand Secretariat 資政殿大學士
  • Huang Qianshan 黃潛善, Song Dynasty Prime Minister 左丞相
  • Huang Qiao 黃峭 (872–953), Tang Dynasty Minister of Works 工部尚書
  • Huang Qiong 黃瓊 (86–164), Eastern Han Dynasty Grand Commandant 太尉, Minister of Works 司空 , Minister over the Masses 司徒, Chancellor of State Affairs 尚書令 and Marquis of Kang’zhong 亢忠侯
  • Huang Qiongzhi 黃瓊芝, Southern Han Kingdom Chancellor of State Affairs 尚書令 during Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Quan 黃權 (?–240), General of Shu Han and later of Cao Wei during Three Kingdoms Period, Chancellor 侍中 and Marquis of Yu’yang 育陽侯
  • Huang Quan 黃荃 (900–965), Later Shu Kingdom Painter during Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Renlan 黃仁覽 (?–374), One of the 12 Lords of Western Mountain "西山十二真君" and Lord of Chong'dao 沖道真君 in Taoism
  • Huang Renze 黃仁澤 (865–945), Late Tang Dynasty Martial Art Scholar and Grand Master of Remonstrance 諫議大夫
  • Huang Richang 黃日昌, Ming Dynasty Nanjing Minister of Justice 南京刑部尚書
  • Huang Rongcheng 黃榮成, Western Han Dynasty Marquis of Qi'yi 邔夷侯
  • Huang Ruheng 黃汝亨 (1558–1626), Noted Calligrapher during late Ming Dynasty
  • Huang Ruliang 黃汝良, Ming Dynasty Scholar and Nanjing Minister of Rites 南京禮部尚書
  • Huang Senping 黃森屏 Ong Sum Ping, Noble of Brunei
  • Huang Sengnian 黃僧念, Liu Song Dynasty Assistant Minister of State Affairs 尚書左民郎 and Governor of Jing'ling 竟陵相 during the Southern and Northern Dynasties Period
  • Huang Shang 黃賞 (?–21 BC), Western Han Dynasty Chief Commandant 關都尉 and Marquis of Jian'cheng Si 建成思侯
  • Huang Shang 黃裳 (1044–1130), Northern Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Rites 禮部尚書
  • Huang Shang 黃尚, Eastern Han Dynasty Minister of Agriculture 司農 and Minister over the Masses 司徒
  • Huang Shao 黃邵 (?–196/197), Yellow Turban Rebellion General during late Han Dynasty
  • Huang Shaochun 黃少春 (1831–1911), Late Qing Dynasty General, Chang’jiang Admiral 長江 水師提督, Fu’jian Admiral 福建 陸路提督 and Prince's Protector 太子太保
  • Huang Shaoqing 黃少卿, Leader of Xi'yuan Uprising 西原人民起義 against Tang Dynasty
  • Huang Shaozhong 黃紹忠, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Rang 穰王
  • Huang Shen 黃沈, Eastern Wu Kingdom Court Astronomer 太史令 and Marquis of Guan'nei 關內侯 during the Three Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Shen 黃慎 (1687–1772), Painter and Artistic Innovator who was one of the “Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou” 揚州八怪 during Qing Dynasty
  • Huang Shenggan 黃盛乾, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of You 有王
  • Huang Shengjue 黃盛爵, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Jiu 就王
  • Huang Shengyu 黃省諭, Tang Dynasty Imperial Counsellor 御史大夫
  • Huang Shigong 黃石公, Chinese strategist during late Qin Dynasty and early Han Dynasty period
  • Huang Shijian 黃仕簡 (1722–1789), Qing Dynasty Fu’jian Admiral 福建水師提督 and Prince's Protector 太子 太保
  • Huang Shijun 黃士俊, Ming Dynasty Top Scholar and Senior Grand Secretary (Prime Minister) 內閣首輔 and Prince's Protector 太子太保
  • Huang Shisan 黃式三 (1789–1862), Qing Dynasty Confucian Scholar, Poet and Writer
  • Huang Shizhong 黃世仲 (1872–1913), Late Qing Dynasty Politician, Journalist and Novelist
  • Huang Shougong 黃守恭 (629–712), Tang Dynasty Founder of Kaiyuan Temple (Quanzhou)
  • Huang Shoukui 黃守魁 (1551–1621), Ming Dynasty General
  • Huang Shujing 黃叔璥 (1682–1758), Qing Dynasty First Imperial High Commissioner to Taiwan
  • Huang Si 黃泗, Ming Dynasty Nanjing Minister of Works 南京工部尚書
  • Huang Sifu 黃四福, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Zhong 重王
  • Huang Sui 黃遂, Western Han Dynasty General and Marquis of Qi 邔侯
  • Huang Tao 黃韜 (?–348), Eastern Jin Dynasty Rebellion Leader and Self-claimed Emperor of Xiao'shen 孝神皇帝
  • Huang Tao 黃滔 (?–911), Chinese Poet and Scholar during Tang Dynasty
  • Huang Tifang 黃體芳 (1832–1899), Qing Dynasty Scholar and Grand Secretariat 內閣學士
  • Huang Tinggui 黃廷桂 (1691–1759), Qing Dynasty Minister of Personnel 吏部漢尚書, Prince's Protector 太子太保, Wu'ying Grand Secretariat 武英殿大學士, Master Commandant of Cavalry 騎都尉 and Count of Zhong'qin 三等忠勤伯
  • Huang Tingjian 黃庭堅 (1045–1105), Song Dynasty Noted Filial Son, Poet, Scholar, Magistrate 縣令, Calligrapher, one of the “Song Four” 宋四家 and one of the "Four Scholar of Su'men" 蘇門四學士
  • Huang Tong 黃同, Western Han Dynasty General and Marquis of Xia'fu 下鄜侯
  • Huang Tong 黃通, Northern Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Court of Judicial Review 大理寺丞
  • Huang Wa 黃穵 (261 BC–?), General of Qin Kingdom during Warring States Period
  • Huang Wan 黃琬 (141–192), Eastern Han Dynasty Chancellor 中書令, Grand Commandant 太尉, Minister over the Masses 司徒, Marquis of Yang’quan Xiang 陽泉鄉侯 and Marquis of Guan’nei 關內侯
  • Huang Wan 黃玩, Southern Chen Dynasty General and Duke of Yi’yang 義陽郡開國公 during the Northern and Southern Dynasties Period
  • Huang Wan 黃綰 (1477–1551), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Rites 禮部尚書
  • Huang Wanpeng 黃萬鵬, Qing Dynasty Baron 二等男
  • Huang Wanxing 黃萬興, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Fan 藩王
  • Huang Wei 黃威, Fujian Min’nan Small Knife Society 小刀會 Rebellion Leader against Qing Dynasty and Generalissimo of Han Da Ming 漢大明統兵大元帥
  • Huang Wei Jian Guang Dong (2006-Now she still lives)
  • Huang Weizheng 黃為正, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Jin 覲王
  • Huang Wenan 黃文安, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Wang 望王
  • Huang Wenjin 黃文金 (1832–1864), Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Du 堵王
  • Huang Wenjing 黃文靖, Later Liang Dynasty General during Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Wenying 黃文英, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Zhao 昭王
  • Huang Wensheng 黃文勝, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Jie 捷王
  • Huang Wu 黃梧, Admiral of Ming Dynasty and later of Qing Dynasty, Prince's Protector 太子 太保 and Duke of Hai'cheng 一等海澄公
  • Huang Wuye 黃吾野 (1524–1590), Ming Dynasty Poet
  • Huang Xi 黃熙 (911 BC–?), Zhou Dynasty General of King Xiao of Zhou 周孝王 and Marquis of Western Huang
  • Huang Xi 黃襲, Shu Han Kingdom General during the Three Kingdoms Period
  • Huang Xigun 黃錫袞 (1621–1707), Qing Dynasty Scholar, Minister of War 兵部尚書 and Dong'ge Grand Secretariat 東閣大學士
  • Huang Xiang 黃香 (53–117), Western Han Dynasty Noted Filial Son and Chancellor of State Affairs 尚書令
  • Huang Xianggan 黃享乾, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Shi 視王
  • Huang Xiaoyang 黃蕭養 (?–1450), Peasant Uprising Leader against Ming Dynasty and Self-claimed King of Shun'ming Tian 順民天王
  • Huang Xie 黃歇 (314 BC–238 BC), Lord of Chunshen 春申君, Prime Minister 令尹 of the state of Chu during the Warring States period and one of the famous "Four Lords of the Warring States" 戰國四公子
  • Huang Xin (144 BC–?), Western Han Dynasty Navigator
  • Huang Xingzhen 黃性震 (1638–1702), Qing Dynasty General
  • Huang Xiu 黃修, Eastern Zhou Dynasty Prime Minister 宰相 of King Wei'lie of Zhou 周威烈王
  • Huang Xuan 黃玄, Ming Dynasty Poet, Musician, Writer and one of the "Ten Talent of Min'zhong" 閩中十才子
  • Huang Xun 黃珣 (1438–1514), Ming Dynasty Top Scholar, Nanjing Minister of Personnel 南京 吏部尚書 and Prince’s Protector 太子少保
  • Huang Yan 黃顏, Shang Dynasty Minister of Literature 文臣
  • Huang Yan 黃衍, Western Zhou Dynasty Chancellor 大司徒 of King Cheng of Zhou 周成王
  • Huang Yanfeng 黃彥峰 (280–375), Jin Dynasty Jin'an Governor 晉安郡太守 and Duke of Min 閩國公
  • Huang Yanzheng 黃衍徵, Western Zhou Dynasty Chancellor 司徒 and Marquise of Guan'nei 尚書關內侯 of King You of Zhou 周幽王
  • Huang Yao 黃要, Xia Dynasty First Prime Minister 右相 of King Jiong of Xia 夏扃
  • Huang Yi 黃夷, State of Wei Vanguard General 衞國先鋒 under Duke Yi of Wei 衞懿公 during the Spring and Autumn Period
  • Huang Yi 黃易, Famous Engraver and one of the famous Eight Engraver during Qing Dynasty known as 西冷八家
  • Huang Yigui 黃以貴, Western Han Dynasty Imperial Bodyguard 皇家衛士 and Grand Master of Remonstrance 左諫議大夫
  • Huang Yisheng 黃翼升, Qing Dynasty Baron 三等男
  • Huang Yishun黃益順, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Lie 列王
  • Huang Yiyun 黃益芸 (1814–1854), Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Deputy Prime Minister 秋官副丞相, Marquis of Mie'hu 滅胡侯 and Prince of Zeng 曾王
  • Huang Yizhou 黃以周 (1828–1899), Qing Dynasty Philosopher, Scribe and Writer
  • Huang Yin 黃尹 Yi Yin 伊尹 (1649 BC–1549 BC), Shang Dynasty Founding Prime Minister 宰相
  • Huang Ying 黃英, Ming Dynasty General and Baron of Jiang'xia 江夏縣男
  • Huang Yingjie 黃英傑, Peasant Leader of Huang Yingjie Rebellion 黃英傑起義 against Ming Dynasty
  • Huang Yong 黃鏞 (1230–1300), Southern Song Dynasty Prime Minister 右丞相, Minister of War (平章軍國, 同知樞密院事), Grand Tutor 太傅, Duke of Han 涵國公 and one of the "Six Gentlemen" of Southern Song during Emperor Lizong's Reign 六君子(南宋理宗)
  • Huang You 黃由 (1150–1125), Song Dynasty Top Scholar, Minister of Rites 禮部尚書, Minister of Personnel 吏部尚書 and Minister of Justice 刑部尚書
  • Huang Yukun 黃玉昆, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Prime Minister 夏官正丞相
  • Huang Yuqi 黃毓祺 (1579–1648), Late Ming Dynasty Scholar and Anti-Qing Rebel Leader
  • Huang Yuxiu 黃玉秀, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Xian 獻王
  • Huang Yuan 黃淵, State of Jin Counsellor 晉國大夫 under Duke Ping of Jin 晉平公 during the Spring and Autumn Period
  • Huang Yuanxiang 黃元相, Early Eastern Han Dynasty Grand Master of Remonstrance 諫議大夫
  • Huang Yuanzhen 黃媛貞, Ming Dynasty Poet
  • Huang Yue 黃岳, Ming Dynasty General
  • Huang Yue 黃鉞 (1750–1841), Qing Dynasty Minister of Rites 禮部尚書, Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書, Chancellor of the Exchequer (Prime Minister) 軍機大臣, Grand Secretariat 內閣學士 and Prince’s Protector 太子太保
  • Huang Yueying 黃月英, Wife of Three Kingdoms Chancellor Zhuge Liang
  • Huang Zaixing 黃再興, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Deputy Prime Minister 地官副丞相
  • Huang Zhanggui 黃章桂, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Qu 趨王
  • Huang Zhen 黃震 (1213–1281), Southern Song Dynasty Scholar and Philosopher
  • Huang Zhengse 黃正色 (1501–1576), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Nan'jing Court of Imperial Stud 南京太僕卿
  • Huang Zhong 黃忠, Western Han Dynasty General and Marquis of Jian'cheng Si 建成嗣侯
  • Huang Zhong 黃忠 (?–220), General of Shu Han Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms Period and one of the "Five Tiger Generals" 五虎將 under Liu Bei
  • Huang Zhong 黃中, Song Dynasty Minister of War 兵部尚書 and Duke of Jiang'xia 江夏郡開國公
  • Huang Zhongda 黃仲達, Western Han Dynasty Imperial Counsellor 御史大夫
  • Huang Zhongyong 黃中庸 (1030–1110), Northern Song Dynasty Scholar, Imperial Counsellor 中奉大夫 and Chancellor 侍中
  • Huang Zicheng 黃子澄 (1350–1402), Ming Dynasty Minister of Ceremonies 太常寺卿, Imperial Scholar 翰林學士 and Prime Minister 宰相
  • Huang Zicheng 黃子澄, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Xiang 湘王
  • Huang Zilong 黃子隆, Taiping Heavenly Kingdom General and Prince of Chao 潮王
  • Huang Zonghan 黃宗漢 (?–1864), Qing Dynasty Scholar, Liang’guang Governor 兩廣總督, Si’chuan Governor 四川總督 Minister of Trade 通商大臣 and Grand Secretariat 內閣學士
  • Huang Zonghe 黃宗河 (1847–1895), Qing Dynasty General
  • Huang Zonghui 黃宗會 (1622–1680), Ming-Qing Dynasties Scribe, Educator and one of the famous “Eastern Zhe'jiang Three Huangs” 浙東三黃
  • Huang Zongxi 黃宗羲 (1610–1695), Ming-Qing Dynasties Naturalist, Political Theorist, Philosopher, Historian and Educator, one of the famous “Eastern Zhe'jiang Three Huangs” 浙東三黃, one of the "Four Worthy of Yu'yao" 餘姚四賢 and one of the "Early Qing Five Grandmasters" 清初五大師
  • Huang Zongyan 黃宗炎(1616–1686), Ming-Qing Dynasties Scribe, Educator and one of the famous “Eastern Zhe'jiang Three Huangs” 浙東三黃
  • Huang Zongzai 黃宗載 (1366–1444), Ming Dynasty Scholar and Nanjing Minister of Personnel 南京 吏部尚書
  • Huang Zushun 黃祖舜 (1100–1165), Southern Song Dynasty Scholar, Minister of War 同知樞密院事, Minister of Arsenal 軍器監丞 and Grand Tutor 太傅
  • Huang Zunsu 黃尊素 (1584–1626), Late Ming Dynasty Loyal Censor Minister 御史 and one of the "Seven Gentlemen of Dong'lin" 東林七君子
  • Huang Zunxian 黃遵憲 (1848–1905), Late Qing Dynasty Scholar, Poet, Educator, Diplomat 外交家 and Statesman 政治家

Lords and Marquises of Huang Kingdom[edit]

  • Huang Yun 黃雲, Lord of Huang Kingdom 黃國國君
  • Huang Jia 黃嘉, Lord of Huang Kingdom 黃國國君
  • Huang Zuzhong 黃祖仲, Lord of Huang Kingdom 黃國國君
  • Huang Ji 黃季, Lord of Huang Kingdom 黃國國君
  • Huang Boke 黃伯克, Lord of Huang Kingdom 黃國國君
  • Huang Lishen 黃立深, Lord of Huang Kingdom 黃國國君
  • Huang Shi 黃石, Marquis Xi of Huang 黃熙侯
  • Huang Yi 黃宜 aka Huang Zhuang 黃莊, Marquis Hui of Huang 黃惠侯
  • Huang Meng 黃孟 aka Huang Tai 黃泰, Marquis Wen of Huang 黃文侯 and Grand Minister of Agriculture 大司農 of Eastern Zhou Dynasty
  • Huang Xian 黃顯, Marquis Zhao of Huang 黃昭侯
  • Huang Kuan 黃寬 aka Huang Zhuang 黃莊, Marquis Hui of Huang 黃惠侯
  • Huang Liang 黃亮 aka Huang Chun 黃春, Marquis Jing of Huang 黃景侯
  • Huang Anming 黃安民 aka Huang Da 黃達, Marquis Cheng of Huang 黃成侯
  • Huang Qian 黃前 aka Huang Jian 黃簡, Marquis Wu of Huang 黃武侯
  • Huang Qisheng 黃企生 aka Huang Yuan 黃遠, Marquis Mu of Huang 黃穆侯

Nine Sons Ten Ministers 九子十尚書[edit]

In Chinese history, there were two Huang Families that had "Nine Sons" and one son-in-law and all of them were "Ministers".

Family of Huang Run 黃閏[edit]
  • Huang Run 黃閏, Souther Qi Dynasty Chancellor 侍中 during the Reign of Emperor Gao of Southern Qi 齊高帝
  • Huang Yingguang 黃映光, Eldest Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of War 兵部尚書
  • Huang Yingdou 黃映鬥, Second Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Rites 禮部尚書
  • Huang Yingxing 黃映星, Third Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書
  • Huang Yingchen 黃映辰, Fourth Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Works 工部尚書
  • Huang Yingtai 黃映泰, Fifth Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Works 工部尚書
  • Huang Yingyuan 黃映元, Sixth Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Works 工部尚書
  • Huang Yingkui 黃映魁, Seventh Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of War 兵部尚書
  • Huang Yingyun 黃映雲, Eighth Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書
  • Huang Yingxia 黃映霞, Ninth Son of Huang Run and Souther Qi Dynasty Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書, and Liang Dynasty An'bei General 安北將軍
  • One of the son-in-laws with surname Xu 女適徐姓 was also Minister 尚書
Family of Huang Jun 黃均[edit]
  • Huang Jun 黃均, Song Dynasty Founding Grand General 上柱國將軍 and Grand Counsellor 大中大夫
  • Huang Deyang 黃德陽, Eldest Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Personnel 吏部尚書
  • Huang Jingyang 黃經陽, Second Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書
  • Huang Jieyang 黃節陽, Third Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of War 兵部尚書
  • Huang Zhengyang 黃政陽, Fourth Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar, Palace Councellor 通議大夫 and Minister of Justice 刑部尚書
  • Huang Yingyang 黃瑛陽, Fifth Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Works 工部尚書
  • Huang Junyang 黃俊陽, Sixth Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar and Minister of Rites 禮部尚書
  • Huang Jinyang 黃錦陽, Seventh Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar, Imperial Attendant 給事郎 and Minister of Rites 禮部尚書
  • Huang Xiuyang 黃繡陽, Eighth Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar, Minister of Justice 刑部尚書
  • Huang Wenyang 黃文陽, Ninth Son of Huang Jun, Song Dynasty Scholar, Minister of Justice 刑部尚書
  • One of the son-in-laws with surname Chen 女婿陈氏 was also Minister 尚書

Nine Fame 九貴流芳[edit]

During Southern Song Dynasty, Minister Huang Weiyin 黃惟寅 had eight sons and one son-in-law, and all of them were Ministers.

  • Huang Weiyin 黃惟寅, Southern Song Dynasty Grand Secretariat 六部總尚書 and Imperial Court Grandee 光祿大夫
  • Huang Minxue 黃敏學, Eldest Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Personnel 吏部尚書 and Imperial Court Grandee 光祿大夫
  • Huang Mingong 黃敏功, Second Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書 and Imperial Counsellor 榮祿大夫
  • Huang Minzhong 黃敏中, Third Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Rites 禮部尚書 and Attendant Counsellor 奉議大夫
  • Huang Minjing 黃敏景, Fourth Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of War 兵部尚書 and Counsellor 朝散大夫
  • Huang Minning 黃敏凝, Fifth Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Justice 刑部尚書 and Counsellor 通議大夫
  • Huang Minheng 黃敏亨, Sixth Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Works 工部尚書 and Attendant Counsellor 奉議大夫
  • Huang Minreng 黃敏仍, Seventh Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of War 兵部尚書 and Counsellor 通議大夫
  • Huang Minli 黃敏禮, Eighth Son of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Rites 禮部尚書 and Attendant Counsellor 奉議大夫
  • Huang Minde 黃敏德, Nephew of Huang Weiyin, Southern Song Dynasty Military Official 登仕郎
  • One of the son-in-laws of Huang Weiyin, Fan Richang 范日畅 was also Southern Song Dynasty Minister of Revenue 戶部尚書 and Counsellor 朝散大夫

Three Huangs of Eastern Zhejiang 浙東三黃[edit]

Three famous scholars from Zhejiang Province during late Ming and early Qing are known as "Three Huangs of Eastern Zhejiang 浙東三黃.

  • Huang Zonghui 黃宗會 (1622–1680), Ming-Qing Dynasties Scribe and Educator
  • Huang Zongxi 黃宗羲 (1610–1695), Ming-Qing Dynasties Naturalist, Political Theorist, Philosopher, Historian and Educator, one of the "Four Worthy of Yu'yao" 餘姚四賢 and one of the "Early Qing Five Grandmasters" 清初五大師
  • Huang Zongyan 黃宗炎(1616–1686), Ming-Qing Dynasties Scribe and Educator

Historical Figures with Huang 皇 Surname[edit]

  • Huang Huai 皇懷, Song Kindom Minister over the Masses 宋国司徒 during the Spring and Autumn Period
  • Huang Xiang 皇象, Wu Kingdom Qing'zhou Provincial Governor 青州刺史 and Chancellor 侍中 during Three Kingdoms Period

Modern Figures (China and Taiwan)[edit]

Modern Figures (Overseas Chinese)[edit]

  • Huang Biren 黄碧仁 (born 1969), Singaporean Actress
  • Huang Binghui 黄柄辉 Erasmo Wong, Chinese Peruvian Founder and Former Owner of Wong Supermarket Chain
  • Huang Bingxuan 黄秉璇 Wong Peng Soon (1918–1996), Chinese Malaysian Badminton Player who reigned as a top player in Malaya from the 1930s to the 1950s
  • Huang Bingyao 黄炳耀 Benjamin Wong Tape (1875–1967), Chinese New Zealander Merchant
  • Huang Chushan 黄楚山 Wong Cho Shan, Chinese American Actor
  • Huang Chuangbao 黄创保 Anant Kanjanapas, Thai Chinese Real Estate Tycoon and Multi-millionaire
  • Huang Chuangshan 黄创山 Keeree Kanjanapas (born 1950), Thailand-based Entrepreneur with extensive business interests in mass transit and real estate in the Kingdom of Thailand
  • Huang Dehui 黄德輝 Wong Doc-Fai (born 1948), Internationally Recognized Master of Choy Li Fut kung fu and T'ai chi ch'uan
  • Huang Fa 黄发 Ung Huot (born 1945), Former Prime Minister of Cambodia
  • Huang Futang 黄辅棠 (born 1948), Chinese American Musician and Composer
  • Huang Gabe (En-Lee) (born 1990), Taiwanese American Songwriter and Multi-instrumentalist
  • Huang Gencheng 黄根成 Wong Kan Seng (born 1946), Former Deputy Primer Minister of Singapore
  • Huang Guoxin 黄国鑫, Former Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Australia and First Chinese Lord Mayor of Australia
  • Huang Hesheng 黄鹤声 Wong Hok-Sing (1915–1993), Chinese American Actor and Director
  • Huang Huixiang 黄惠祥 Michael Bambang Hartono (born 1941), Chinese Indonesian Tobacco Billionaire
  • Huang Huizhong 黄惠忠 Robert Budi Hartono (born 1940), Chinese Indonesian Tobacco Billionaire
  • Huang Jida 黄纪达 Wong Kee Tat (1926–2004), Malaysian Chinese Entrepreneur and Businessman
  • Huang Jiading 黄家定 Ong Ka Ting (born 1956), President of Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), Minister of Housing and Local Government and Acting Minister of Health of Malaysia
  • Huang Jia'e 黄嘉略 Arcadio Huang (1679–1716), French Chinese Pioneer who compiled first Chinese-French Lexicon and first Chinese Grammar in French
  • Huang Jiaquan 黄家泉 Ong Ka Chuan (born 1954), Secretary-General of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), Former Minister of Housing and Local Government and Current Second Minister for International Trade and Industry of Malaysia
  • Huang Jianguo 黄建国 Christianto Wibisono (born 1945), Prominent Chinese Indonesian Business Analyst in Indonesia
  • Huang Jinhui 黄金辉 Wee Kim Wee (1915–2005), Former President of the Republic of Singapore
  • Huang Jinming 黄金明 James Wong (1922–2011), Malaysian Chinese Leader of the Opposition in Malaysia and Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak
  • Huang Jinshao 黄锦绍 Delbert E. Wong (1920–2006), First Chinese American Judge in the continental United States
  • Huang Jingyi 黄瀞亿 Ching He Huang (born 1978), British Chinese Food Writer and Chef
  • Huang Junxiong 黄俊雄 Elvin Ng (born 1980), Singaporean Actor and Model
  • Huang Liushuang 黄柳霜 Anna May Wong (1905–1961), First Chinese American Movie Star and first Asian-American Actress to gain international recognition
  • Huang Menzan 黄门赞 Mun Charn Wong (1918–2002), Chinese American Businessman and first Chinese-American Fighter Pilot
  • Huang Peiqian 黄培谦 Puey Ungpakorn (1916–1999), Thai Bureaucrat who played a central role in the shaping of Thailand's economic development and in the strengthening of its system of higher education
  • Huang Qiyao 黄齐耀 Tyrus Wong (born 1910), Chinese American Painter, Muralist, Ceramicist, Lithographer, and Designer
  • Huang Qian Qilian 黄钱其濂 Elizabeth Wong (born 1937), Chinese New Zealander Author and Politician in Hong Kong
  • Huang Qingchang 黄庆昌 Wee Kheng Chiang (1890–1978), Malaysian Chinese Businessman and Founder of United Overseas Bank(UOB) in Singapore
  • Huang Renxun 黄仁勋 Jen-Hsun Huang (born 1963), Co-founder, President and CEO of Nvidia Corporation
  • Huang Renyu 黄仁宇 Ray Huang (1918–2000), Chinese Historian and Philosopher, best known in his later years for the idea of macro history
  • Huang Rongting 黄荣庭 Ng Eng Teng (1934–2001), Singaporean Sculptor
  • Huang Ruyou 黄如佑 Loke Yew (1845–1917), Famous Businessman and Philanthropist in British Malaya. He was regarded as the richest man in British Malaya during his time.
  • Huang Ruo 黄若 (born 1976), Chinese American Composer, Pianist and Vocalist
  • Huang Shaofan 黄少凡 Hasan Karman (born 1962), Former Mayor of Singkawang, West Kalimantan and First Chinese Mayor of Indonesia
  • Huang Shihao 黄士豪 Shiaan-Bin Huang, Member of Parliament of South Africa, Member of the African National Congress (ANC), Former Deputy Mayor of Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal and Former Executive Councillor of Newcastle
  • Huang Shihou 黄诗厚 Alice S. Huang (born 1939), Chinese American Biologist specialized Microbiology and Virology
  • Huang Shoushu 黄授书 Su-Shu Huang (1915–1977), Chinese American Astrophysicist and Astroid 3014 Huangsushu was named after him
  • Huang Sitian 黄思恬 Carrie Wong (born 1994), Singaporean Actress
  • Huang Tianxi 黄天喜 Thian Hee (1848–1925), Prominent Military Doctor, Influential Merchant and Founder of the illustrious Sarasin Family in the Kingdom of Thailand
  • Huang Tingfang 黄廷芳 Ng Teng Fong (1928 – 2010), Singaporean Real Estate Tycoon
  • Huang Weibin 黄维彬 Ng Jui Ping, Singaporean Lieutenant General and Former Chief of Defence Force (CDF) of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)
  • Huang Wenbo 黄闻波 Boonchu Rojanastien (1921–2007), Former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand
  • Huang Wenxiong 黄文雄 Peter Huang (born 1937), Japanese Chinese Writer and Activist active in Taiwan for democratization and human rights
  • Huang Xi 黄西 Joe Wong (born 1970), Chinese American Stand-up Comedian and Chemical Engineer
  • Huang Xinxiang 黄馨祥 Patrick Soon-Shiong (born 1952), South African-born American Surgeon, Medical Researcher, Businessman, Philanthropist, and Professor at University of California at Los Angeles
  • Huang Xutao 黄煦涛 Thomas Huang (born 1936), Chinese Academician of Science in Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Human Computer Interaction
  • Huang Xuncai 黄循财 Lawrence Wong (born 1972), Minister of National Development of Singapore
  • Huang Yafu 黄亚福 Wong Ah Fook (1837–1918), Malaysian Chinese Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist who left an indelible imprint on the state of Johor in present-day Malaysia
  • Huang Yanhui 黄彦辉 Arthur C. Yap (born 1965), Former Chinese Filipino Secretary of Agriculture and Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines
  • Huang Yanyan 黄燕燕 Ng Yen Yen (born 1946), Malaysian Chinese Politician, Former Minister of Tourism in the Malaysian Cabinet and Current Vice-President of Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA)
  • Huang Yicong 黄亦聪 Eka Tjipta Widjaja (born 1923), Chinese Indonesian Billionaire
  • Huang Yijing 黄以静 Flossie Wong-Staal (born 1947), Chinese American Virologist and Molecular Biologist. She was the first scientist to clone HIV and determine the function of its genes, a major step in proving that HIV is the cause of AIDS.
  • Huang Yiming 黄颐铭 Eddie Huang (born 1981), Chinese American Restaurateur, Chef, Food Personality, Writer, and Attorney
  • Huang Yini 黄依妮 Bethany Huang (born 1999), Chinese American Author
  • Huang Yishan 黄易山 Yishan Wong, CEO of Reddit, Co-founder at Mountain View coworking space Sunfire Offices, and Advisor at Quora, an online knowledge market
  • Huang Yiyu 黄毅瑜 James Wong (born 1959), Chinese American Television Producer, Writer and Film Director
  • Huang Yingxian 黄英贤 Penny Wong (born 1968), Australian Politician who represents South Australia and Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
  • Huang Yonghong 黄永宏 Ng Eng Hen (born 1958), Minister of Defence of Singapore
  • Huang Yudehu 黄欲德虎 Cham Prasidh (born 1951), Current Minister of Industry and Handicrafts and Former Minister of Commerce of Cambodia
  • Huang Yutang 黄玉堂 Nelson Wang (born 1950), Indian Chinese Restaurateur
  • Huang Yuanling 黄苑玲 Ruthlane Uy Asmundson (born 1945), Former Mayor of the City of Davis, California and First Female Filipino Migrant to be elected into the position of mayor in an American city
  • Huang Zhelun 黄哲伦 David Henry Hwang (born 1957), Chinese American Playwright, Librettist, Screenwriter, and Theater Professor
  • Huang Zhexian 黄哲贤 Wong Jeh Shyan (born 1964), Former CEO of CommerceNet Singapore, and Co-founder and CEO of Ecommerce Gateway Pte. Ltd.
  • Huang Zhiming 黄志明 Ng Chee Meng (born 1968), Acting Minister for Education (Schools), Senior Minister of State (Ministry of Transportation) and Former Chief of Defence Force of Singapore
  • Huang Zhiping 黄志平 Ng Chee Peng, Singaporean Naval Admiral and Former Chief of the Republic of Singapore Navy
  • Huang Zhiqin 黄志勤 Ng Chee Khern, Singaporean Major General, Former Chief of the Republic of Singapore Air Force and Permanent Secretary (Defence Development) in Singapore's Ministry of Defence
  • Huang Zhixiang 黄志祥 Robert Ng (born 1952), Chairman of Hong Kong Property Development Conglomerate Sino Group and Singaporean Real Estate Billionaire
  • Huang Zhonghan 黄仲涵 Oei Tiong Ham (1866–1924), Chinese Indonesian Businessman
  • Huang Zhongxian黄仲咸 (1920–2008), Chinese Indonesian Businessman and Philanthropist
  • Huang Zida 黄自达 Oei Tjoe Tat (1922–1996), First Chinese Indonesian Minister of State of Indonesia
  • Huang Ziming 黄子明 Mongkol Kanjanapas (1919–2003), Thai Chinese Entrepreneur
  • Huang Zongren 黄宗仁 Wee Chong Jin (1917–2005), Judge and the First Chief Justice of Singapore
  • Huang Zongzhan 黄宗沾 James Wong Howe (1899–1976), Chinese American Cinematographer
  • Huang Zuyao 黄祖耀 Wee Cho Yaw (born 1929), Singaporean Businessman, and the current Chairman of the United Overseas Bank (UOB) and United Industrial Corporation(UIC) in Singapore

Hwang[edit]

Main article: Hwang (Korean name)

Hwang (Hangul : 황) is a common Korean family name. Hwang is the equivalent of the Chinese surname Huang. Hwangs make up roughly 1.5% of the Korean population; the 2000 South Korean census found 644,294 (ranked 16th) in that country.

The Korean Hwang Clan originated from Hwang Rak (황락 黃洛) who was the envoy of China during Han Dynasty. While he was travelling from China to Vietnam in 28 AD, the ship had struggled against wind and waves in the sea and been drifted to the Korean Peninsula. Finally he arrived at the shore of Pyeonghae-eup, Uljin County, Northern Gyeongsang Province 경상북도 울진군 평해읍 (Present-day Republic of Korea) - the area which is controlled by Silla Kingdom. He became the naturalized Silla citizen and progenitor of Hwang Clan in Korea.

Hwang Rak had three sons: Hwang Gab-go (황갑고 黃甲古), Hwang Eul-go (황을고 黃乙古) and Hwang Byung-go (황병고 黃丙古). Hwang Gab-go, Duke of Giseong (기성군 箕城君) was the eldest son and remained in Pyeonghae-eup 평해읍. Hwang Eul-go, Duke of Jangsu (장수군 長水君) was the second son and settled in Jangsu County, Northern Jeolla Province 전라북도 장수군. Hwang Byung-go, Count of Changwon (창원백 昌原伯) was the third son and settled in the Unified City of Changwon, Southern Gyeongsang Province 경상남도 창원시.

Three sons of Hwang Rak founded three major Hwang Clans in Korea : Pyeonghae Hwang Clan (평해황씨 平海黃氏), Jangsu Hwang Clan (장수황씨 長水黃氏) and Changwon Hwang Clan (창원황씨 昌原黃氏). Now there are total 55 Hwang Clans in Korea further derived from these three major Hwang Clans.

Notable People with Hwang Surname[edit]

  • Hwang Chan-hyeon 황찬현 黃贊鉉 (born 1953), President of the Board of Audit and Inspection of South Korea
  • Hwang Chan-sung 황찬성 (born 1990), South Korean Singer of 2PM
  • Hwang Chi-sin 황치신 黃致身(1397–1484), Minister of Joseon Dynasty
  • Hwang Dae-jung 황대중 黃大中 (1551–1597), Joseon Dynasty General during Japanese Invasion of Korea
  • Hwang Eon-pil 황언필 黃彦弼, Goryeo Dynasty Minister 삼중대광도첨의정승 三重大匡都僉議政丞 and Lord of Deok-pung 덕풍군 德豊君
  • Hwang Geo-jeong 황거정 黃居正, Joseon Dynasty Minister 공신 功臣, Minister of Weponary 판군기감사 判軍器監事, Discussant of the Security Council 상의중추원사 商議中樞院事, Commander of Guards 시위감사 侍衛甲士 and Lord of Ui-won 의원군 義原君
  • Hwang Gi-cheol 황기철 黃基鐵 (born 1956), South Korean Admiral
  • Hwang Gi-Chun 황기천 (1760–1821), Korean Painter of the late Joseon period
  • Hwang Hag-won 황학원 黃學遠, Minister of Urban Management Department of North Korea
  • Hwang Heon 황헌 黃憲 (1502–1574), Joseon Dynasty Right State Councilor (Deputy Prime Minister) 우의정 右議政
  • Hwang Hui 황희 黃喜 (1363–1452), Chief State Councilor (Prime Minister) 영의정 領議政 during the rule of Taejong and Sejong the Great of Joseon Dynasty
  • Hwang Hui-cheol 황희철 黃希哲 (born 1957), South Korean Secretary of Justice
  • Hwang Hui-seok 황희석 黃希碩 (?–1394), Joseon Dynasty Minister 공신 功臣, Minister of Agriculture 판전농시사 判典農寺事 and Lord of Pyeong-hae 평해군 平海君
  • Hwang Hyeon 황현 黃玹 (1856–1910), Late Joseon Dynasty Scholar, Poet and Minister
  • Hwang Hyo-sook 황효숙 Lexy (singer) (born 1977), South-Korean Singer
  • Hwang Hyo-won 황효원 黃孝源 (1414–1481), Joseon Dynasty Minister 공신 功臣, Minister of Work 공조판서 工曹判書 and Judge 의정부좌찬성 議政府左贊成
  • Hwang Il-dong 황일동 黃一東 D Hwang (born 1969), South Korean Sculptor and Painter
  • Hwang In-ho 황인호, South-Korean Film Director and Screenwriter
  • Hwang In-suk 황인숙 (born 1958), Modern South Korean Poet
  • Hwang In-sung 황인성 黃寅性, Former Prime Minister of South Korea
  • Hwang Jang-lee 황정리 (born 1944), South Korean Martial Artist and Actor
  • Hwang Ji-u 황지우 黃芝雨 (born 1952), South Korean Poet
  • Hwang Jin 황진 黃進 (1550–1593), Korean General during Japanese invasions of Korea
  • Hwang Jin-i 황진이 黃眞伊 (1506–1560), Legendary Kisaeng of Joseon Dynasty
  • Hwang Jin-woo 황진우 (born 1983), South-Korean Auto Racing Driver
  • Hwang Ju-lyang 황주량 黃周亮 (983–1043), Goryeo Dynasty Minister of Revenue 호부상서 戶部尙書, Minister of Personnel 이부상서 吏部尙書, Minister of Rites 예부상서 禮部尚書, Grand General 상주국 上柱國 and Chancellor 시중 侍中
  • Hwang Jung-oh 황정오 (born 1958), South Korean Judoka
  • Hwang Kwang-hee 황광희 (born 1988), South Korean Singer of ZE:A
  • Hwang Kyo-ahn 황교안 黃敎安 (born 1957), Prime Minister of South-Korea
  • Hwang Mi-young 황미영 Tiffany Hwang (born 1989), Korean-American Singer and member of girl group, Girls' Generation
  • Hwang Minhyun 황민현 (born 1995), South Korean Singer, member of NU'EST
  • Hwang Pyong-so 황병서 黃炳誓 (born 1949), North Korean General and Politician who holds the rank of Vice Marshal in the Korean People's Army
  • Hwang Seok-gi 황석기 黃石奇 (?–1364), Joseon Dynasty Minister 이조참의 吏曹參議 and Lord of Je-an 제안군 齊安君
  • Hwang Sin 황신 黃愼 (1560–1617), Korean Diplomat and Ambassador to Japan during Joseon Dynasty
  • Hwang Sok-yong 황석영 黃晳暎 (born 1943), South-Korean Novelist
  • Hwang Susin 황수신 黃守身 (1407–1467), Chief State Councilor (Prime Minister) 영의정 領議政 of Joseon Dynasty
  • Hwang Sun-Hong 황선홍 (born 1968), South Korean Football Player[3]
  • Hwang Sun-mi 황선미 黃善美 (born 1963), South Korean Author and Professor
  • Hwang Sun-won 황순원 黃順元 (1915–2000), South Korean Short-story Writer, Novelist, and Poet
  • Hwang Tong-gyu 황동규 (born 1938), Korean Poet and Critic.
  • Hwang Woo-suk 황우석 黃禹錫 (born 1953), South Korean Veterinarian and Researcher
  • Hwang Woo-yea 황우여 黃佑呂 (born 1947), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education of South-Korea
  • Hwang Young-cho 황영조 (born 1970), South Korean Athlete
  • Hwang Yu-mi 황유미 (born 1983), South-Korean Badminton Player
  • Hwang Yun-bo 황윤보 黃允寶, Goryeo Dynasty Jwam-yeong Minister 좌명공신 佐命功臣, Minster of Justice 형부상서 刑部尙書 and Lord of Hoe-cheong 회천군 懷川君
  • Hwang Yun-gil, Joseon Dynasty Diplomat and Ambassador to Japan
  • Hwang Yunseok 황윤석 黃允石 (1929 - 1961), First Female Judge of South Korea
  • Ran Hwang, South Korean Sculptural Artist

Hoàng/Huỳnh[edit]

The Vietnamese versions of this surname are Hoàng and Huỳnh. According to Lê Trung Hoa, a Vietnamese scholar, approximately 5.1 percent of Vietnamese people have this surname.[4] The original form of this surname was Hoàng. But in southern Vietnam, Hoàng was ordered to be changed (excluding the Hoàng Trọng family) to Huỳnh due to a naming taboo with the name of Lord Nguyễn Hoàng .

Notable People with Hoàng Surname[edit]

Notable People with Huỳnh Surname[edit]

  • Alex Huynh, Vietnamese-American Martial Artist and Stuntman
  • Carol Huynh (born 1980), Vietnamese-Canadian Freestyle Wrestler
  • Huỳnh Công Giản (1722-1782), Military Commander of Nguyen Lords
  • Huỳnh Công Út (born 1951), Photographer for the Associated Press (AP) who works out of Los Angeles. He won the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for "The Terror of War", depicting children in flight from a napalm bombing.
  • Huỳnh Ngọc Nhã Yến Kristine Sa (born 1982), Vietnamese-Canadian Singer and Songwriter as well as a Television Producer and Host
  • Huỳnh Ngọc Tâm Đoan Tâm Đoan (born 1977), Vietnamese-Canadian Singer
  • Huỳnh Phú Sổ (1920–1947), Founder of the Hòa Hảo Religious Tradition
  • Huỳnh Sanh Thông (1926–2008), Vietnamese-American Scholar and Translator
  • Huỳnh Tấn Phát 黃晉發 (1913–1989), Former Vice President and Prime Minister of Vietnam
  • Huỳnh Thị Cúc 黃氏菊 (? - 1802), Female General of Tây Sơn dynasty
  • Huỳnh Thúc Kháng 黃叔抗 (1876–1947), Vietnamese Anti-colonialist
  • Huỳnh Văn Cao 黃文高 (1927–2013), Major General in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam
  • Huỳnh Văn Gấm (1922–1987), Vietnamese Painter
  • Huỳnh Văn Nghệ (1914-1977), Vietnamese Military Commander and Poet

Fictional Characters with Surname Huang[edit]

  • Consort Huang 黃貴妃, Consort of King Zhou of Shang and Deity of De'hou Star 地後星 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Bingqing 黃丙慶, Deity of Di'zuo Star 地佐星 (one of the 隨鬥部地煞七十二位正神) in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Cang 黃倉, Deity of Mao Ri Ji Star 昴日雞 (one of the 二十八宿) in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Chengyi 黃承乙, God of Zhi'yue 值月神 (one of the 值日十位正神) in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Feibao 黃飛豹, General of Zhou Dynasty and Deity of Tian'si Star 天嗣星 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Feibiao 黃飛彪, General of Zhou Dynasty and Deity of He'kui Star 河魁星 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Feihu 黃飛虎, General of Shang Dynasty and later of Zhou Dynasty, Prince of Wu'cheng 武成王 and Great Emperor of the Mount Tai "Dongyue Taishan Tianqi Rensheng Dadi" 東嶽泰山天齊仁聖大帝 who oversees the fortunes and fates of mortals and the Eighteen Levels of Hell in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Geng 黃庚, General of Zhou Dynasty and Yellow Heaven's Soldier 黃天君
  • Huang Gun 黃滾, General of Shang Dynasty and later of Zhou Dynasty in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Jingyuan 黃景元, Deity of Di'sha Star 地煞星 (one of the 隨鬥部地煞七十二位正神) in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Ming 黃明, General of Zhou Dynasty and Deity of Fu'long Star 伏龍星 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Rong 黃蓉, Daughter of Huang Yaoshi and Beggars' Sect's chief in Jin Yong's wuxia novel "The Legend of the Condor Heroes" and its sequel "The Return of the Condor Heroes"
  • Huang Shang 黃裳 , Northern Song Official and Writer of Martial Art Manual called “Nine Yin Manual” 九阴真经 in Jin Yong's wuxia novel "The Legend of the Condor Heroes" and its sequel "The Return of the Condor Heroes"
  • Huang Tianhua 黃天化, General of Zhou Dynasty, Taoism God of War 道術戰神 and "God of Guan'ling Three Mountain Grand Spirit" 管領三山正神炳靈公 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Tianlu 黃天祿, General of Zhou Dynasty and one of the "Gods of Western Dipper" 西斗星官 正神 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Tianxiang 黃天祥, General of Zhou Dynasty, one of the "Gods of Big Dipper" and Deity of Tian'gang Star 天罡星 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Wu 黃烏, Deity of Di'sun Star 地損星 (one of the 隨鬥部地煞七十二位正神) in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Xin 黃信, Nickname: "Guardian of the Three Mountains", Scouting general of the Liangshan cavalry, 38th of the 108 Liangshan heroes and Deity of Di'sha Star 地煞星 in Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature
  • Huang Yaoshi 黃藥師, Nickname: "Eastern Heretic" (東邪), Master of Peach Blossom Island and one of the Five Greats of the wulin (martial artists' community) during the Song dynasty in Jin Yong's wuxia novel "The Legend of the Condor Heroes" and its sequel "The Return of the Condor Heroes"
  • Huang Yuanji 黃元濟, General of Shang Dynasty and Deity of Can'chu Star 蠶畜星 in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"
  • Huang Zhen 黃真, Deity of Tian'gang Star 天罡星 (one of the 隨鬥部天罡三十六位正神) in Chinese classic novel "Fengshen Yanyi" or "The Investiture of the Gods"

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Meaning of Chinese names - H
  2. ^ "Huang". Archived from the original on Feb 6, 2008. Retrieved 2005-12-15. 
  3. ^ Yi, Jong-seong (2006-04-14). "이동국, '제2의 황선홍'이 되어줬으면". Daum Media. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  4. ^ Lê Trung Hoa (2005). Họ và tên người Việt Nam, Hà Nội, Việt Nam: NXB Khoa học Xã hội

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