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Tang or TANG most often refers to:

Tang or TANG may also refer to:

Chinese states and dynasties[edit]

  • Jin (Chinese state) (11th century – 376 BC), a state during the Spring and Autumn period, called Tang (唐) before 8th century BC
  • Tang dynasty (唐; 618–907), a major Chinese dynasty
  • Later Tang (唐; 923–937), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Southern Tang (唐; 937–975), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period


  • Tang (drink mix), a brand name of instant fruit flavored drinks, produced by Mondelēz International
  • Guk, soup or stew in Korean cuisine, sometimes known as "tang"






Other people[edit]

  • Tang of Shang (湯; c. 1675 – 1646 BC), first king of the Shang Dynasty
  • Tang Chinese, used in southern China to refer to the Han Chinese
  • Tang Clan (鄧族) of Hong Kong, among the first inhabitants to settle in Hong Kong


  • US submarines named after the fish, including
  • Type 096 submarine Tang class of the People's Liberation Army Navy of the People's Republic of China

Other uses[edit]

  • Tang (clevis), part of a clevis fastener or joint
  • Tang (fish), Acanthuridae, a family of marine fish
  • Tang (tools), a projecting element connecting the blade or operational part of a knife or other tool to the handle
  • Tang sight, a rear sight attached to a rifle tang
  • Tape measure, tang, the hook at the end of a tape measure
  • BYD Tang, a car
  • Tang, a fish in the American television series FishCenter Live
  • Tang, in beekeeping, to make sharp, metallic, ringing sounds so as to attract bees to a land in a trap or hive.
  • Tang and me, Japanese film (2022) adapted from the book "A robot in the garden" by Deborah Install, starring Kazunari Ninomiya from Arashi


See also[edit]