Sung Chiao-jen (宋教仁 Pinyin: Song4 Jiao4-ren2) (1882–March 22 1913) was a Chinese revolutionary and political leader.
- Birth given name: Lian (鍊 Lian4)
- Courtesy name: Dunchu (鈍初 Dun4-chu1)
He died of wounds from an assassination in Shanghai on March 20, 1913 at a Shanghai rail station when he was planning to deliver speeches for supporting a cabinet system. Yuan Shikai was speculated to be the instigator of this plot.
See also: History of the Republic of China