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The 96th most common last name in China.
This name was named after a mountain. The Qiaos are descendents of the
Ji family. According to the legend, the ancient king
Huang Di was buried in mountain of Qiao Shan (Huangling in Shaanxi).
Some of Huang Dis descendents were responsible for taking care of his grave, and they eventually
adopted Qiao as their last name. During the
Three Kingdoms, there were two famous Qiao sisters who where known for their beauties.
The big sister was married to the brother of the king of Wu kingdom, and the younger sister
was married to a famous general Zhou Yu.
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