Gang (disambiguation)

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A gang is a group of recurrently associating individuals who share a common identity.

Gang may also refer to:


  • Gang Badoy, public intellectual, radio and television host, feature writer, businesswoman, and educator from the Philippines
  • Gang Bing (died 1410), Chinese general and eunuch who served under the Yongle Emperor of the Ming dynasty
  • Gang of Balhae (died 809), sixth to rule the king of Balhae
  • Gang Tian (born 1958), Chinese mathematician and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Jeanne Gang (born 1964), American architect
  • Kang (Korean surname) or Gang, a common Korean surname
  • One Man Gang (born 1960), American professional wrestler


  • Gang, Cornwall, a hamlet in the parish of St Ive
  • Gang, Missouri, a community in the United States
  • Gang Ranch, a famous and historic Canadian ranch in the Chilcotin region of the Central Interior of British Columbia

Art, entertainment, and media[edit]






  • Gang, an individual resistive track and its corresponding sliding contact within a potentiometer
  • Gang box, a box, usually metal, which houses installed electrical componentry

Other uses[edit]

  • Gang, alternate spelling of Gangr, a giant in Norse mythology
  • Gang Forward (1870–1899), British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire
  • Gang, German noun for gear
  • Gang, Korean noun for river
  • Studio Gang Architects, an architecture firm led by Jeanne Gang

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