Tuan can refer to:
- Tuan Do, the founder of technology blog, TechWalls
- Brush-tailed Phascogale, an Australian marsupial animal
- Zaiyi, Prince Duan (or Prince Tuan), a Qing Dynasty prince and statesman
- Duan Qirui (段祺瑞) (Wade-Giles Tuan Ch'i-jui), a powerful Chinese warlord in the early 20th century
- Tuan mac Cairill, a figure in Irish mythology
- an Irish music band formed by Brendan McFarlane
- Mr./sir/lord in Malay or Indonesian language
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Famous quotes containing the word tuan:
“In contrast to the flux and muddle of life, art is clarity and enduring presence. In the stream of life, few things are perceived clearly because few things stay put. Every mood or emotion is mixed or diluted by contrary and extraneous elements. The clarity of artthe precise evocation of mood in the novel, or of summer twilight in a paintingis like waking to a bright landscape after a long fitful slumber, or the fragrance of chicken soup after a week of head cold.”
—Yi-Fu Tuan (b. 1930)