- Chinese wall (disambiguation)
A Chinese wall is a separation of persons within an organisation whose interaction might produce conflicts of interest. The term may also refer to:
- The Great Wall of China, massive series of fortifications in northern China built to defend against nomadic peoples living to the north of the wall.
- Chinese Wall (Montana), a 12-mile escarpment along the Continental Divide in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, Montana, USA
- Chinese Wall (Philadelphia), former elevated railroad on the site of the current Penn Center
- Wall (Chinese constellation), in Chinese astrology, one of the northern mansions of the Black Tortoise
- Chinese city wall, defensive systems used to protect towns and cities in China in pre-modern times
- Chinese Wall (album), the 1984 album by Philip Bailey
- Chinese Wall (computer security), a multi-lateral computer security policy
- "Chinese Wall," the eleventh episode of the fourth season of the television series Mad Men
- Chinese architecture for walls in Chinese buildings
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