Wong


Wong

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Wong may be any of the following:

Name

  • Wong (surname), a surname of Chinese origin
    • List of people with surname Wong

Businesses

  • WONG (AM), a radio station (1150 AM) licensed to serve Canton, Mississippi
  • Wong (supermarket), a supermarket chain in Peru, founded by Chinese-Peruvians
  • Wong Fu Productions, Asian American filmmaking group
  • Wong Kei, London Chinatown restaurant
  • Wong Lo Gat herbal tea, a Chinese herbal tea
  • Long Wong's, Arizona club
  • Mister Wong, social bookmarking site

Music

  • Won-G Bruny (born 1978), Haitian rapper

Fictional characters

Places

  • Wong Chuk Hang, an area to the east of Aberdeen on Hong Kong Island
  • Wong Chuk Hang Estate, a public housing estate in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
  • Wong Chuk Hang Road, a major thoroughfare in southern Hong Kong
  • Wong Chuk Hang Station, a proposed South Island Line rail station on Hong Kong
  • Wong Chuk Kok Tsui, a cape in north east New Territories, Hong Kong
  • Wong Chuk Yeung (Tai Po), a village in the Tai Po District of Hong Kong
  • Wong Leng, section 9 of the Wilson trail in Pat Sin Leng Country Park, Hong Kong
  • Wong Nai Chung Gap, a geographic gap in the middle of Hong Kong Island
  • Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park, a park in Wong Nai Chung Gap
  • Wong Nai Chung Road, a major road in Happy Valley, Hong Kong
  • Wong Nai Deun Tsuen, a village in the New Territories, Hong Kong
  • Wong River, a river of Thailand
  • Wong Shek, an area in the northern part of the Sai Kung Peninsula in Hong Kong
  • Wong Shiu Chi Secondary School, a school in Tai Po, Hong Kong
  • Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong, an area in Wong Tai Sin District, Hong Kong
  • Wong Tai Sin District, a district of Hong Kong
  • Wong Tai Sin Temple, a famous shrine in Hong Kong
  • Wong Uk Village, a village in the New Territories, Hong Kong

Other

See also

  • All pages beginning with "Wong"
  • Huang (disambiguation)
  • Wang (disambiguation)

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