JIA

JIA is an abbreviation for:

  • Japanese Institute of Architects
  • Juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Jia is the name of:

  • Concubine Jia (1st century ), Imperial Concubine of Han Emperor Ming
  • Jia Chong ( 217-282 ), General of the Wei dynasty
  • Jia Daqun ( born 1955 ), Chinese composer
  • Jia Kui ( 174 - ~ 230), and general civil official of the late Chinese Han Dynasty and the subsequent Wei Dynasty
  • Jia Lanpo (1908-2001), Chinese paleoanthropologist
  • Jia Qinglin ( born 1940 ), Chinese politician
  • Jia Sidao (1213-1275), Chancellor of the Song Dynasty
  • Jia Tong (* 1990), Chinese water jumper
  • Jia Xu ( 147-224 ), a counselor of the Wei dynasty
  • Jia Yifan (* 1997), Chinese badminton player
  • Jia Yuping (* 1986), cross-country skier and biathlete Chinese
  • Jia Zhangke (born 1970 ), Chinese director
  • Jia Zongyang (* 1991 ), Chinese freestyle skis

Jia is the name of several places:

  • Circle Jia (郏 县) Pingdingshan City in Henan Province, China, see Jia ( Pingdingshan )
  • Circle Jia (佳县) Yulin City in Shaanxi Province, see Jia ( Yulin )

Jia ( Jia笳) is the short word for the instrument Hujia ( HuJia胡笳)

Jia ( jiǎ斚) refers to a type of Chinese ritual vessels, see Jia ( vessel)

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