Zhan (surname)

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Zhan (Mandarin: [ʈʂan]) is the pinyin romanization of several Chinese names, also spelled Chan in the Wade–Giles system common in Taiwan and in older publications

List of people with the surname Zhǎn (展)[edit]

  • Zhan Ziqian (fl. 6th century), painter and official during the Sui dynasty
  • Zhan Zhao, fictional Song dynasty hero from the novel The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants
  • Zhan Wang (born 1962), Chinese sculptor
  • Zhan Tao (born 1963), Chinese mathematician

ZHAN EAMARIC (Bron 1998), India (pondicherry);

List of people with the surname Zhàn (湛)[edit]

Also spelled Cham based on the Cantonese pronunciation (Yale Romanization: Jaam; Jyutping: Zaam3)

  • Zhan Ruoshui (1466–1560), Chinese philosopher
  • Kim Cham (born 1946), Hong Kong businessman and politician

List of people with the surname Zhān (詹)[edit]

Also spelled Chim based on the Cantonese pronunciation (Yale Romanization: Jīm; Jyutping: Zim1), and Cheam or Chiam based on the Hokkien pronunciation (Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chiam):

List of people with the surname Zhān (占)[edit]

List of people with the surname Zhàn (战/戰)[edit]

  • Elisa Chan (fl. 1980s–present), Taiwan-born American politician
  • Zhan Yilin (born 1989), Chinese footballer