Suzhou Dog Names

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Introduction

The city of Suzhou, in the Jiangsu province of China, is the center of Wu Culture and the silk trade as well as a major tourist stop with a large expatriate community. It is known throughout the world as the Venice of the East or the Venice of China due to the large number of canals and rivers that pass through the city, and it has the highest concentration of UNESCO recognized gardens in the world. It has both a booming high-tech industry as the world’s largest producer of laptop computers and a sense of history that is evidenced by a number of museums and ancient temples. 

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Suzhou Dog Name Considerations

There are many methods that people can use in order to pinpoint a name for a new canine companion. One method that can be used is to choose a name inspired by a favorite book, television show, or movie, while another is to find a name is to select something that reminds you of something or somewhere that you dream about or want to remember. The water city of Suzhou, in Jiangsu province of China, is one of the most popular tourist spots in China and a city that many people wish to remember once they have been there. There are many ways that cities can inspire us, giving us many possible options for names. 

Some people may be attracted to the city's spiritual history, naming their pooch after some of the temples and pagodas found in the area such as the Yunyan Pagoda or the Beisi Pagoda, or after the Feng-Shui system of placement that utilizes certain symbols such as Crane or Peach. Others may be impressed with the more modern, technological side of the city and may pick a name to honor that, such as Laptop or Metro. Certain names may be well suited to specific dogs; a name like Jinji works for a dog with a golden coat, as the name means Golden Rooster. It also works well for dogs that love the water, as it is the lake that is central to the Suzhou region. Mahogany can be a good name for a dog with a dark brown or dark red coat.

Male Suzhou Dog Names

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Bullet
Many people travel to Suzhou by riding on the bullet train
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Crane
The crane is considered to be a powerful Feng-Shui symbol that represents a long and happy life
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Dao
Dr. Thomas Dao promoted more conservative but equally effective approaches to breast cancer treatment
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Dongwu
The name of the Chinese football team that represents Suzhou in China League Two
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Dushu
Dushu Lake, in the southern part of Suzhou Industrial Park, has a tunnel running through part of it
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Fan
One of the most prominent figures in the Song dynasty, Fan Zhongyan, was originally from the Suzhou region
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Foo Dog
Foo dogs, also sometimes spelled as Fu Dogs, are said to represent power and protection in Feng-Shui
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Gusu
Suzhou has five urban districts; Gusu, Huiqui, Wujiang, Wuzhong, and Xaingcheng
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Kunqu
Kunqu, one of the oldest known forms of Chinese opera, originated in the area now known as Suzhou
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Laptop
Suzhou produces more laptops than any other city in the world
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Mahogany
Handcrafted Mahogany furniture can be found in Suzhou
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Mandrin
Mandarin ducks are a symbol of marital bliss and carved pairs of Mandarin ducks can often be found in the bedroom
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Pan
Historians estimate that the Pan Gate located in Suzhou is around two thousand five hundred years old
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Panmen
The Panmen gate is a unique gate that spans both land and water
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Pei
I.M. Pei, the award-winning Chinese American architect, was born in Suzhou
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Qian
One of the three Masters of Jiangdong, Qian Qianyi, was born in Changshu county of Suzhou prefecture
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Rosewood
One of the many art forms found in the Suzhou region is Rosewood carvings
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Scooter
Electric scooters are frequently utilized as transportation in Suzhou
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Su
Su Tong, one of the most acclaimed novelists in China, was born in Suzhou
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Tiger
Tiger Hill, a hill that bears a resemblance to a crouching tiger, that has been a tourist destination for centuries
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Tortoise
The tortoise is a Feng-Shui symbol that brings good physical health and can help an ailing career or relationship as well
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Wu
Suzhou is considered by many to be the cradle of Wu culture and the predominant language is the Wu dialect
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Wuzhong
Suzhou has five urban districts; Gusu, Huiqui, Wujiang, Wuzhong, and Xaingcheng
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Xiangcheng
Suzhou has five urban districts; Gusu, Huiqui, Wujiang, Wuzhong, and Xaingcheng
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Yangshan
The Yangshan Hot Springs on the edge of Suzhou is a popular hotel resort with a number of different baths and spas
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Yangtze
This city is situated in the Yangtze River Delta region
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Yunhe
The Chinese word that means canal, of which Suzhou has many
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Yunyan
The Yunyan Pagoda has been standing for over a thousand years, although it tilts, due to the forces of nature and time
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Rickshaw
Rickshaws, also known as pedicabs, can be found near tourist activities and on many main roads
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Jinjihu
One of the two main roads to cross Jinji Lake in the center of Suzhou Industrial Park

Female Suzhou Dog Names

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Baita
Baita road retains many old-style storefronts and has huge gnarled trees that arch over the street
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Baodai
The longest standing bridge of its kind, the Baodai Bridge that crosses the Tantai Lake was included as a National Monument in 2001
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Beisi
The Beisi Pagoda in Suzhou is the tallest pagoda south of the Yangtze River
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Biluchun
An expensive green tea that is local to Suzhou
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Brocade
Suzhou is known for rich brocade fabrics, with raised patterns and frequently adorned with gold or silver thread
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China
Suzhou is a city in China
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Huayuan
The word meaning garden in Chinese; Suzhou boasts the highest number of UNESCO recognized gardens in the world
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Huiqui
Suzhou has five urban districts; Gusu, Huiqui, Wujiang, Wuzhong, and Xaingcheng
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Jade
Jade carvings can also be found for sale in Suzhou
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Jasmine
Jasmine is a symbol of Suzhou, and well-known Chinese song Jasmine originated there
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Jiangsu
Suzhou is known for its exceptional Jiangsu style gourmet cuisine
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Jinji
Jinji or Jinjihu Lake, also known as Golden Rooster Lake, is in the central part of Suzhou Industrial Park and contains two man-made islands
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Metro
The Suzhou Metro is a useful way to get around town
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Mystery
The Temple of Mystery is a large Taoist hall with a large market area that caters to both devotees and tourists
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Pagoda
There are several famous pagodas in the city of Suzhou
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Peach
Feng-Shui tells us that peaches are the fruit of the gods and are a powerful symbol of health and restoration
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Pearl
Pearls and pearl jewelry are popular in Suzhou
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Penjing
Penjing is the ancient Chinese art of depicting artistically formed plants, landscapes, and trees in miniature
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Peony
Peony flowers are seen as a symbol of both love and beauty in Feng-Shui
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Pingjiang
Pingjiang road runs alongside the Pingjiang river and was declared a National Historic and Cultural Street in 2015
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Shanshui
There are three types of Penjing- Shumu, Shanshui, and Shuihan
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Shumu
Shumu, Shanshui, and Shuihan are types of Penjing
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Shuihan
There are three types of Penjing- Shumu, Shanshui, and Shuihan
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Silk
The Suzhou Silk Museum documents the history of silk production
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Skema
Skema was formed by the merger of two French Schools in 2009, and has a site in Suzhou
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Snuff
Snuff bottles, which can be found throughout Suzhou are glass bottles with beautiful illustrations painted on the inside
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Toad
The three-legged toad is a popular Feng Shui symbol for prosperity
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Venice
The town of Suzhou is often referred to as the Venice of China
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Wujiang
Suzhou has five urban districts; Gusu, Huiqui, Wujiang, Wuzhong, and Xaingcheng
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Xiandai
One of the two main roads to cross Jinji Lake in the center of Suzhou Industrial Park

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