See also: cing, cíng, and čiŋ





The Tongyong Pinyin romanization of the Mandarin Chinese pronunciation for (Qīng) Tongyong Pinyin: Cing.

Proper noun



  1. Alternative form of Qing
    • 2003, Julie Ju et al., editors, A Brief Introduction to Taiwan[1], Government Information Office, →ISBN, →OCLC, page 202:
      Double Tenth National Day 雙十節 commemorates the anniversary of the Wuchang Uprising started by Dr. Sun Yat-sen on October 10, 1911, which led to the overthrow of the Cing dynasty and the founding of the Republic of China.
    • 2005 December 4, Cheryl Robbins, “Tainan is where ecotourism and history meet”, in Council of Agriculture[2], archived from the original on 30 July 2021[3]:
      For a close look at the area's ecology, take a boat cruise through the mangrove forests, starting from next to the Sihcao Bridge or in front of the Dajhong Temple, built during the Cing Dynasty and one of the landmarks of the area. []
      Chihkan Tower []
      It has undergone changes from the Ming Dynasty through the Cing Dynasty to the Japanese occupation period and Taiwan's Retrocession. Fujienese-style buildings were built on the site during the Cing Dynasty, followed by a temple during the Japanese occupation period.
    • 2008, Cycling in Taiwan[4], Taiwan Tourism Bureau, →ISBN, →OCLC, pages 122–123:
      It is said that during the Cianlong period of the Cing dynasty (1736-1796), a man surnamed Pao came here to cultivate the land, bringing with him a statue of the Buddhist deity Cingshuei Zushih.
    • 2015 November 18, Yuyi Lim, “Sun Moon Lake Marathon 2015: Captivating Heavenly Beauty For Centuries”, in Run Society[5], archived from the original on 17 August 2022:
      The largest lake in Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake has been known by many names. Called “zintun” by the Thao tribe, it was renamed as Bamboo Lake amongst many other names when the Hans reclaimed the Shueishalian land. In the late Cing Dynasty, western missionaries, who came to share their faith with the Thao people, named it Lake Candidus, Dragon Lake and so on.
    • 2017 October, “Fongyi Academy”, in PASS CULTURE Kaohsiung Arts and Cultural Events Monthly[6], 高雄市政府文化局 [Bureau of Cultural Affairs, Kaohsiung City Government], archived from the original on 17 March 2023, page 1‎[7]:
      In the Cing Dynasty, when Taiwanese scholars advanced to the second tier of the imperial examination (township examination), they needed to travel to the Examination Hall in Fujhou, the capital of Fujian Province, to take the exam.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Cing.