List of Burmese Chinese
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The following is a list of Burmese Chinese (Chinese of Burmese descent).
Politics and government
- Ne Win (possibly Hakka), paramount leader of Burma, 1960s to 1980s
- Aung Gyi 陈天旺 (Hokkien), leading army dissident and Ne Win's former deputy/co-conspirator in the 1962 coup
- San Yu (Hakka), President of Burma (1981–1988)
- Khin Nyunt (Hakka), Prime Minister (2003–2004); Chief of Intelligence (1983–2004)
- Kat Sein, former Minister of Health
- Kyaw Myint, Minister of Health
- Pheung Kya-shin, (Yunnanese), leader of Kokang Special Region and Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army
- Kyaw Ba (Yunnanese), former Minister for Tourism
- Daw Khin lay That ( Wife of Former General Thura Shwe Man )
- Aw Boon Haw (Hakka), inventor of Tiger Balm
- Aw Boon Par (Hakka), brother of Aw Boon Haw
- Kyaw Myint, founder of Myanmar May Flower Bank
- Peter Chou (Yunnanese), CEO and President of HTC
- Jun Hong 王俊宏 (Hakka), philanthropist and educator
- Tun Myint Naing (Kokang), business tycoon
- Kyaw Win ..Sky Net & Shwe Than Lwin Company
- Edward Michael Law-Yone, Burmese journalist and founder of The Nation
- Khun Sa (Kokang), major Southeast Asian drug lord
- Lo Hsing Han (Kokang), major Southeast Asian drug lord
- Ngwe Gaing, Alinga Kyawzwa award-winning painter
- Taw Sein Ko (Hokkien), eminent Director of Archaeology (1901–1915)
- Moe Set Wine (Chinese: 楊鑫榮) (Yunnanese), Miss Universe Myanmar 2013
- Thaw Kaung, Burmese historian
- Leong, S.T. (1997). Migration and Ethnicity in Chinese History. Stanford University Press.
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- Wai Moe (22 July 2011). "Steven Law’s Rising Empire". The Irrawaddy. Retrieved 25 July 2011.
- Strachan, Paul (1989). Pagan - Art and Architecture of Old Burma. Kiscadale.