A brief glimpse into the past

WD | MATSUMOTO/NAGAHARA (JPN) [11] vs FUKUSHIMA/HIROTA (JPN) [2] | BWF 2018
WD | MATSUMOTO/NAGAHARA (JPN) [11] vs FUKUSHIMA/HIROTA (JPN) [2] | BWF 2018

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Team, Place & City Details

Wang Tzu-wei
Wang Tzu-wei

Wang Tzu-wei is a Taiwanese badminton player. He won his first international title at the 2014 New Zealand Open tournament.

Wang tile
Wang tile

Wang tiles , first proposed by mathematician, logician, and philosopher Hao Wang in 1961, are a class of formal systems. They are modelled visually by square tiles with a color on each side.

Wang Theatre
Wang Theatre

The Wang Theatre is a theatre in Boston. It originally opened in 1925 as the Metropolitan Theatre and was later renamed the Music Hall.

Wang Tao (19th century)
Wang Tao (19th century)

Wang Tao was a Chinese translator, reformer, political columnist, newspaper publisher and fiction writer of the Qing dynasty. He was born Wang Libin in Puli Town 1 in Suzhou prefecture.

Wang Tuoh
Wang Tuoh

Wang Tuoh was a Taiwanese writer, public intellectual, literary critic, and politician. He was born in Badouzi, then a small fishing village near the northern port city of Keelung.

Wang Thong District
Wang Thong District

Wang Thong is a district (amphoe) of Phitsanulok Province, central Thailand.

Wang Thong River
Wang Thong River

The Wang Thong River is a river in Thailand. Its source lies in the Phetchabun Mountains in the Khao Kho District, Thailand.

Wang Tao (archaeologist)

Wang Tao is a Chinese–British archaeologist and art historian specialising in early Chinese art. He is also known for his work on early inscriptions on oracle bones and ritual bronzes.

Wang Danfeng
Wang Danfeng

Wang Danfeng was a Chinese actress who was active mainly between the 1940s and the 1960s. She was one of the most influential actresses in Chinese cinema, and was named as one of the four great actresses in Hong Kong in 1949.

Wang Tifu

Wang Tifu was a Chinese diplomat for Manchukuo. He worked for the Legation of Manchukuo in Germany from 1938 to 1944 in Berlin as the secretary of Minister Lü Yiwen (吕宜文).