|"Tenshinhan and Taopaipai"|
|Rōmaji||Tenshinhan to Taopaipai|
|Literal English||Tenshinhan and Peach White White|
|Viz||Tenshinhan vs Taopaipai|
|Arc||23rd Tenka-Ichi Budōkai Arc|
|Japanese||April 5, 1988|
|Corresponding episode(s)||DB135 & DB136|
"Tenshinhan and Taopaipai" (天津飯と桃白白, Tenshinhan to Taopaipai; Viz "Tenshinhan vs Taopaipai"; Literally meaning "Tenshinhan and Peach White White") is the one hundred sixty-ninth chapter of the Dragon Ball manga.
Gokū informs Muten Rōshi that Taopaipai is alive, and his goal is to kill both Gokū and Tenshinhan. Gokū, however, isn't worried, as he believes Tenshinhan is stronger than the assassin; Tsuru Sennin arrives in time to catch this bit of the conversation, finding Gokū's statement to be arrogant. Despite the fact that Yamcha, Kuririn, Gokū and Tenshinhan aren't Muten Rōshi's students, Tsuru Sennin is intent on having his younger brother kill them.
Unable to find good seats after the competitors head to the arena, Bulma makes Lunch sneezes, and the bad personality'd Lunch forces her way through the crowd. Gokū offers his friends some Senzu, though they admit to having some already, having been to Karin Tower. They were also the ones who invited Yajirobe.
The announcer begins the tournament, and the first match begins: Tenshinhan vs Taopaipai. Tenshinhan knocks Taopaipai down with a single chop, and asks him to forfeit, as he forgives him for what he did to Chaozu. Showcasing his immense speed, Tenshinhan says he's become stronger than the assassin can comprehend.