Songs about Hsiung:

songsHuman Train Featuring Ben Hsiung Rap by Ari Leeonx from the Album Privacy


Books about Hsiung:

booksThe Happy Hsiungs: Performing China and the Struggle for Modernity (Ras China in Shanghai) by Diana Yeh (Jul 1, 2014)

booksThe Canon of Supreme Mystery by Yang Hsiung: A Translation with Commentary of the T'ai hsuan ching by Michael... by Michael Nylan (Feb 1, 2014)

booksThe Han Rhapsody: A Study of the Fu of Yang Hsiung (53 B.C.-A.D.18) (Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature... by David R. Knechtges (Dec 18, 2008)

booksThe Food of China, Hardcover - Deh-Ta Hsiung, Nina Simonds by Deh-Ta Hsiung~Nina Simonds (2006)

booksHsiung's Diagnostic Virology: As Illustrated by Light and Electron Microscopy, 4th Edition by G. D. Hsiung, Professor Caroline K. Y. Fong and Professor Marie L. Landry (Jun 22, 1994)

booksHsiung: Webster's Timeline History, 200 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksSurveys in Differential Geometry, Vol. 17 (2012): Algebra and Geometry: In Memory of C. C. Hsiung by [various contributors], Huai-Dong Cao (Lehigh University) and Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard University) (May 15, 2012)


Movies about Hsiung:

moviesThe New Game of Death 1980 R - Runtime: 1 hr 22 mins Starring: Bruce Li, Fei Lung, Ping Meng, et al. Directed by: Pin Lin

moviesFALLEN PETALS - HK Shaw Brothers 1967 movie DVD IVL Chang Mei Yao, Ko Chun Hsiung R - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Chun Hung Oh, Wai Au, et al. Directed by: Lui Poon

moviesFive Fingers of Death Action 116 Minutes ~ Starring: Lieh Lo, Ping Wang, Hsiung Chiao, Chin-Feng Wang ~ Directed... -


Wiki information Hsiung:

Taiwanese direct-controlled municipality, Travel destination, Location, Dated location, Statistical region, City/Town/Village, Administrative Division

Kaohsiung City is one of the five special municipalities in Taiwan. Located in southern-western Taiwan and facing the Taiwan Strait, it is by area the largest municipality, at 2,947.62 km², and second most populous with a population of approximately...


The Xiongnu or Hsiung-nu were an ancient nomadic people who formed a state or confederation centered on current Mongolia. Most of the information on the Xiongnu comes from Chinese sources and what little is known of their titles and names comes from...