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Population:
20,609,000 (2008)

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
J. G. Ballard
Author
18-Nov-1930 19-Apr-2009 Empire of the Sun, Crash
A. Doak Barnett
Scholar
8-Oct-1921 17-Mar-1999 China on the Eve of Communist Takeover
Eileen Chang
Author
30-Sep-1920 8-Sep-1995 Lust, Caution
Joan Chen
Actor
26-Apr-1961   The Last Emperor
Victor J. Dzau
Doctor
1946   CEO of Duke University Health System
Edmond H. Fischer
Scientist
6-Apr-1920   Protein phosphorylation
Hu Jintao
Head of State
21-Dec-1942   President of China
Edward Judd
Actor
4-Oct-1932 24-Feb-2009 First Men in the Moon
Charles K. Kao
Scientist
4-Nov-1933   Fiber optics
Tsung-Dao Lee
Physicist
25-Nov-1926   Violations of parity law
Shannon Lucid
Astronaut
14-Jan-1943   Five space shuttle flights
Mike Medavoy
Business
21-Jan-1941   TriStar, Orion, Phoenix Pictures chairman
Yao Ming
Basketball
12-Sep-1980   7' 6 1/2" Houston Rockets Center
Rene Rivkin
Business
6-Jun-1944 1-May-2005 Disgraced Australian stockbroker
Donald W. Tang
Business
c. 1963   Vice Chairman of Bear Stearns
Oscar Tang
Philanthropist
1938   Chinese-American philanthropist
Laurence Tribe
Attorney
10-Oct-1941   Harvard Law Professor
Anthony Wang
Business
1943   President of Computer Associates, 1979-92
Charles Wang
Business
19-Aug-1944   Founder, Computer Associates
Harry Wu
Activist
8-Feb-1937   Human rights activist
Vivian Wu
Actor
5-Feb-1966   The Pillowbook
Liu Xiang
Track and Field
13-Jul-1983   Hurdler
Terence Young
Film Director
20-Jun-1915 7-Sep-1994 Dr. No



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