Hong

Hong may refer to:

  • Hong (Chinese name), a Chinese surname, branch of Jiang (Jeung:Geung:Gang:Kang)
  • Hong, in Cantonese of surname Gang, Kang(康) from Zhou Dynasty
  • Hong (Korean name), a Korean surname
  • Hong, Hongsa or Hamsa (mythical bird)
  • Hong Kong, a SAR of China
  • Hong (business), general term for a 19th/20th century trading company based in Hong Kong, Macau or Guangdong
  • Høng, a Danish municipality
  • Hong (rainbow-dragon), two-headed dragon in Chinese mythology
  • Hong, Nigeria, a Local Government Area
  • Lake Hong, in Hubei, China
  • Thirteen Factories (十三行), an area where Westerners lived and traded in the Qing Dynasty
  • Nam Pak Hong (南北行), a group of traditional Chinese medicine traders from North China
  • Hongmen (洪門), a Chinese fraternal organization

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