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Peng Ping is a retired Chinese female basketball player who competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1992 Summer Olympics. She was a member of the China women's national basketball team that won the 1992 Olympic silver medals in basketball in Barcelona, Spain.
lilolaf  3/4/2017
Ping Wu is an American television and film actor. At 19, he graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, with dual bachelor's degrees, having double-majored in physics and electrical engineering. He was an electrical engineer with National Semiconductor, in Santa Clara, CA, before becoming an actor in the 1980s.

He is best known for the recurring role of "Ping," the delivery boy, on the television sitcom, Seinfeld. He has also appeared on other sitcoms, such as How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, The King of Queens, Anger Management, and Rules of Engagement. He played Paul Choy in the 1988 TV mini-series, Noble House; and in 2007, appeared as Li Shung Sui in The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Journey of Radiance. He played a Japanese officer in the 2001 film, Pearl Harbor.

He also appeared in an episode of Californication; and has been featured in several television commercials.
lilolaf  3/4/2017
Ping Fu is a Chinese-American entrepreneur. She is the co-founder of 3D software development company Geomagic, and was its chief executive officer until February 2013 when the company was acquired by 3D Systems Inc. As of March 2014, she is the Vice President and Chief Entrepreneur Officer at 3D Systems. Fu grew up in China during the Cultural Revolution and moved to the United States in 1984. She co-founded Geomagic in 1997 with her then-husband Herbert Edelsbrunner, and has been recognized for her achievements with the company through a number of awards, including being named Inc. Magazine's 2005 "Entrepreneur of the Year". In 2013, she published her memoir, Bend, Not Break, co-authored with MeiMei Fox.
lilolaf  3/2/2017
My mum's name is Xin Ping, and the way she writes it (because there are different characters you can use) means something along the lines of 'apple village'.
― Anonymous User  6/26/2013
The Story About Ping is a popular children's book written by Marjorie Flack and illustrated by Kurt Wiese. First published in 1933 and currently in its 23rd printing, this story is about a domesticated Chinese duck named Ping lost on the Yangtze River.
cej  8/18/2011
Ping is the given name of the young girl protagonist in the Dragon Keeper books by Carole Wilkinson.
Lily_le_Fae  12/27/2009
My sister and I are named Mei-Ping and Mei-An respectively. Both are written to mean 'Peaceful Plum', making them very good names for sister or twins.
― Anonymous User  8/29/2007
Little Ping is a cute little story book about a duck, a must read!
bellaboo  11/11/2006
This is my female coworker's name. She is from China. I think it's very pretty and cute-sounding for a Chinese girl. Maybe if you adopted a girl from China and this was her name there, you could use it as her middle name when she became naturalized.
― Anonymous User  5/10/2006
I remember reading a children's book years ago about a duck named Ping.
Phoenix Flower  10/4/2005
In Mulan 1 when she went to the war in her father's place, she chose the name Ping or Ah Ping. I kinda forgot.
SeaShellClub  8/10/2005

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