Yang Jun

[martial artist] Yang Jun was born in Taiyuan, Shanxi, China in 1968 into the famous Yang family of martial artists. A son of Yang Dao Fang and a grandson of Yang Zhenduo, he is a direct descendant of Yang Cheng Fu and of Yang Lu Chan, the creator of Yang-style t`ai chi ch`uan. Yang Jun is a sixth-generation descendant of the Yang Family of
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Yang Jun

[water polo] Yang Jun (born 1988-04-28 in Beijing) is a female Chinese water polo player who was part of the silver medal winning team at the 2007 World Junior Championship. She competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics. ...
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Yang Jun

[footballer] Yang Jun (Chinese:杨君 Pinyin: Yáng Jūn; born 10 June 1981 in Tianjin) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Shenyang Zhongze in the Chinese League One. ==Club career== Yang Jun was considered an outstanding young talented goalkeeper and was quickly spotted by the Chinese youth system before top tier side Qingdao
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Yang Jun

[prince] Yang Jun (楊俊) (571–600), nickname Azhi (阿祇), formally Prince Xiao of Qin (秦孝王), was an imperial prince of the Chinese dynasty Sui Dynasty. He was a son of Emperor Wen (Yang Jian) and his wife Empress Dugu Qieluo, who died as a result of an illness caused by poisoning by his jealous wife Princess Cui. His son Yang Ha
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Yang Jun

[minister] Yang Jun (楊駿) (died 291), courtesy name Wenzhang (文長), was a Jin Dynasty (265-420) official during the reign of Emperor Wu and regent for Emperor Hui. ==Biography== Yang Jun was from Hongnong Commandery (弘農, roughly modern Sanmenxia, Henan). His niece Yang Yan was Emperor Wu`s first wife and empress. As she neared dea
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