What is Chang?

Asked By: Roberth Dreher | Last Updated: 1st February, 2020
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Chang (also chong) is a famous Tibetan beverage. It's a kind of wine with very low alcohol content made from highland barley. To some extent, it is like beer. The procedures of making chang are pretty unique.

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Likewise, people ask, what is Chang slang for?

Brilliant Chang : The first Celebrity Cocaine Dealer. Billy 'Brilliant' Chang - whose surname is used as slang for cocaine to this day – was an acquaintance of stars and socialites throughout the decade.

Beside above, what nationality is the name Chang? Chinese

Just so, is Chang a word?

Yes, chang is in the scrabble dictionary.

What is the meaning of chaang?

Chang Name Meaning. The Chinese character also has the meanings 'often' and 'ordinary'. Chinese : variant of Zhang 2. Chinese : a rare name whose Chinese character also means 'prosperous, flourishing'.

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