Sui (surname)

Sui is the transcription of two Chinese surnames, "Suí" () and "Suī" ().

Persons named Sui include:
*Anna Sui, an American fashion designer
*Sui Feifei, a female Chinese basketball player who played with the American WNBA.
*Sui Gu, a vassal in the Three Kingdoms Period of China
*Sui Jianguo, a contemporary Chinese artist
*Sui Lin, a British Chinese actress
*Sui Xinmei, a Chinese shot putter
*Sui Yuanjin, an officer of the Three Kingdoms Period of China
*Sui Yunjiang, a Chinese martial arts master


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