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Yang (ヤン, Yan) is a supporting character in the Street Fighter series. He first appeared in Street Fighter III and is voiced by Koji Tobe in New Generation and 2nd Impact and by Masakazu Suzuki in 3rd Strike.
In New Generation, Yang is selectable only as a "palette swap" of his older brother Yun. In the later games, Yang is a separate character with his own unique set of special attacks and Super Arts. He is also a playable character in the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV.
Having started off as a simple head swap of his brother, Yang's appearance is similar to that of his brother in many aspects. Like his brother, he wears a sleeveless kung fu shirt with a black and yellow trim, though his is red instead of white. On his arms he wears yellow wristbands attached to form fingerless gloves, and on his legs he wears black (sometimes dark blue) pants and sneakers on his feet. Unlike his brother, however, he does not wear a cap; instead he sports a rather distinctive hairstyle, with incredibly long and jagged bangs which protrude quite some distance from his forehead. Yang is seen riding on his rollerblades when not fighting.
Yang is the less cocky of the two Lee brothers, with a cool, quiet, and self-carrying personality. However, he can also be condescending and a bit mouthy, and exhibits an eagerness to prove himself, though mainly to prove himself stronger than his brother as opposed to all fighters. His remix of their theme in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is more calm and pleasant sounding in its beat, reflecting this.
Like Yun, he is a film enthusiast, and when he encounters Fei Long in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, in his win quote he asks if he is "the real Fei Long" and then plan to tell Yun about meeting him. He also comments on Decapre looking like she came from "some crummy B movie".