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Chinese personal names are names used by those from mainland China , Hong Kong , Macau , Taiwan and other parts of the Chinese-speaking world through East and Southeast Asia. In addition, many names used in Korea and Vietnam are adaptations of Chinese names or have historical roots in Chinese, due to China's cultural influence in the region historically. From at least the time of the Shang dynasty , the Chinese observed a number of naming taboos regulating who may or may not use a person's given name without being disrespectful. In general, using the given name connoted the speaker's authority and superior position to the addressee. Peers and younger relatives were barred from speaking it. Owing to this, many historical Chinese figures—particularly emperors—used a half-dozen or more different names in different contexts and for different speakers. Those possessing names sometimes even mere homophones identical to the emperor's were frequently forced to change them.
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