Xu

Xu is the Chinese surname of the following persons:

The sign (徐):

  • Barbie Xu (* 1976), Taiwanese actress and singer
  • Xu Beihong (1895-1953), Chinese painter
  • Xu Bing ( b. 1955 ), Chinese - American artist
  • Xu Caihou ( born 1943 ), Chinese general and politician
  • Xu Chen ( born 1984 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Xu Da (1332-1385), Chinese general
  • Xu Demei (born 1967 ), Chinese javelin thrower
  • Xu Fan (1967 ), Chinese actress
  • Xu Fengxia ( born 1963 ), Chinese musician
  • Xu Guangjian ( born 1931 ), Chinese lawyer and judge
  • Xu Haifeng (born 1958 ), Chinese sports shooter
  • Xu Huaiwen (* 1976), German badminton player
  • Xu Huang ( 169-227 ), General of the Wei dynasty
  • Xu Jun ( b. 1962 ), Chinese chess player and coach
  • Xu Junchao (* 1988), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Xu Lei ( born 1963 ), Chinese painter and art director
  • Xu Linyin ( born 1986 ), Chinese beach volleyball player
  • Xu Mengtao (* 1990), Chinese freestyle skier of
  • Xu Ran ( born 1980 ), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Xu Rong (born 1958 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Xu Sheng ( † 221), General of the Wu Dynasty
  • Xu Shichang (1855-1939), Chinese politician, president from 1918 to 1922
  • Xu Shouhui, rebel leader from the time of the Yuan Dynasty
  • Xu Shousheng ( born 1953 ), Chinese politician
  • Xu Wei (1521-1593), Chinese painter
  • Xu Yanmei (born 1971 ), Chinese water jumper
  • Xu Xiake (1586-1641), Chinese geographer and writer
  • Xu Xiangqian, Chinese politician (CCP) and military
  • Xu Xiaoming ( born 1984 ), Chinese curler
  • Xu Xilin (1873-1907), revolutionary leader in the late Qing Dynasty
  • Xu Xin (born 1972 ), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Xu Xing ( paleontologist ) (born 1969 ), Chinese paleontologist
  • Xu Yifan (* 1988), Chinese tennis player
  • Xu Zhimo (1897-1931), Chinese writer
  • Xu mines (born 1978 ), Chinese writer
  • Joseph Xu Zhixuan (1916-2008), Chinese minister, bishop of Wanzhou

With the characters许/许:

  • Xu ( Empress ) ( † 8 BC), empress of the Han Dynasty
  • Xu Chu, personal bodyguard of Cao, the founder of the Wei dynasty
  • Xu Dishan (1893-1941), Chinese writer, scholar and religious scholars
  • Xu Jian- Ru, Chinese - American businesswoman
  • Xu Jiang ( b. 1955 ), Chinese artists
  • Xu Jingcheng (1845-1900), Chinese diplomat
  • Xu Rongmao ( born 1950 ), Chinese entrepreneur and billionaire
  • Xu Shen ( 58-147 ), Chinese dictionary author
  • Xu Xin ( table tennis player ) (* 1990), Chinese table tennis players
  • Xu Xun ( 239-374 ), Chinese Daoist
  • Xu Yinghui (* 1989), cross-country skier and biathlete Chinese
  • Xu Yuanyuan ( born 1981 ), Chinese chess player
  • Xu Yuhua (born 1976 ), Chinese chess player
  • Xu Zhiyong (born 1973 ), Chinese high school teacher and lawyer
  • Xu Zhuoyun ( born 1930 ), Chinese historian

Xu called:

  • A subdivision of currency of Vietnam, see Vietnam Dong
  • A motor series of PSA Peugeot Citroën, see PSA XU engine
  • Lanting Xu, a Chinese calligraphy, see the Orchid Pavilion

XU is:

  • The code name of a resistance organization in Norway during the Second World War
  • A distinguishing sign on license plates of the community Namsos, Norway

See also:

  • Disambiguation
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