The Tartars call him kulan, the Tibetans kiang, while the Mongolians give him the unpronounceable name of dschiggetai.
They are generally called ho in the north, and chiang or kiang in the south.
A kiang had been torn in pieces by the wolves, and the white puppy and the Pobrang dog remained by the body to enjoy a good feast.
I had a shot or two at thar, and we saw any number of kiang.
kiang Ong's family was renowned for filial piety and brotherly love.
The next halting places of the advance troops were kiang Bossu and Ditchiassie.
Down in kiang Su a scholar cut off his left arm and with the red blood wrote his appeal.
But on the other hand the kiang will plunge boldly into streams, yet it would seem to be the descendant of a purely desert form.
Whether belief in this origin of the kiang is orthodox, or merely a local superstition, I do not know.
Adul had caught a kiang foal four months old, which was ill and kept always turning round.