Xiao

[mythology] In Chinese mythology, xiao or hsiao is the name of several creatures, including the xiao (囂) `a long-armed ape` or `a four-winged bird` and shanxiao (山魈) `one-legged mountain imp`. Furthermore, some western sources misspell and misconstrue Chinese hsiao as `hsigo` {sic} `a flying monkey`. ==Chinese Xiao== Xiao or Hsiao ({z...
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Xiao

[rank] Jiao (校) (Wade–Giles: Hsiao) is the rank held by field officers in the military of both the People`s Republic of China and the Republic of China. The People`s Liberation Army uses four grades while the Republic of China uses only three, with the rank equivalent to the fourth being treated as a general officer rank. This differenc...
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Xiao

bamboo flute.
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Xiao

bamboo flute.
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xiao

Chinese end-blown bamboo flute noted for its mellow and melancholy tone.[4 related articles]
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