Wu

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Wu may refer to:

States and regions on modern China's territory[edit]

  • Wu (state), a kingdom during the Spring and Autumn Period 771-476 BC
  • Eastern Wu, or Sun Wu, one of the Three Kingdoms in AD 184/220–280
  • Li Zitong, who declared a brief Wu Dynasty during the Sui–Tang interregnum in AD 619-620
  • Wu, one of the ten kingdoms during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period AD 907-960
  • Wuyue, another of the ten kingdoms during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period AD 907-960
  • Wu (region) (吳), a region roughly corresponding to the territory of Wuyue
    • Wu Chinese, a subgroup of Chinese languages now spoken in the Wu region
    • Wuyue culture, a regional Chinese culture in the Wu region.

People[edit]

Religion[edit]

  • Wu (shaman), shaman in Chinese folk religion
  • Wu (awareness), a concept of awareness, consciousness or enlightenment in the Chinese folk religion
  • Wú (negative), Zhaozhou's response to the question: "Does a dog have the Buddha-nature?"

Fictional characters[edit]

See also[edit]