Synonyms for baorong or Related words with baorong

leilei              yongqing              dabao              weiyan              jindong              jiayi              xiuzhi              qifeng              zhengjie              zhixing              yunpeng              xianying              jiafu              guoji              yuzhi              weiguo              jingyan              jianan              jianfeng              wenyu              guihua              yanpeng              songtao              ningli              zhiguo              jiasheng              weicheng              jingyao              jingyu              yuzhen              yinglang              xiaobin              baolong              jiaweiwang              tailai              qinggang              guowei              renliang              xinyue              bingjun              jiali              zhiyu              yijun              baohua              yuhuang              xufeng              guohui              weili              zizhou              qiwei             



Examples of "baorong"
Xiao Yan (as Emperor Wu of Liang) initially created Xiao Baorong the Prince of Baling, issuing orders to have a palace built at Gushu (姑孰, in modern Ma'anshan, Anhui) for Xiao Baorong. However, just one day later, on advice of the official Shen Yue, who believed that Xiao Baorong would pose a future threat, Xiao Yan sent messengers to force Xiao Baorong to commit suicide by drinking poisoned wine. Xiao Baorong refused to commit suicide, but indicated that he was willing to be killed, and he got himself drunk. Xiao Yan's messenger Zheng Boqin (鄭伯禽) then killed him. He was buried with honors due an emperor.
Olivera played for Shaanxi Baorong during the 2007 Chinese Super League.
Xiao Baojuan sent an army commanded by the general Liu Shanyang (劉山陽) against Xiao Yan, but Xiao Yan convinced Xiao Yingzhou (蕭穎冑), the chief of staff of Xiao Baojuan's younger brother Xiao Baorong the Prince of Nankang, who was then governor of Jing Province (荊州, modern central and western Hubei), that Liu was intending to attack both Jing and Yong Province. Xiao Yingzhou therefore entered into an alliance with Xiao Yan, and Xiao Yingzhou surprised and killed Liu, and then declared that his and Xiao Yan's intent was to declare Xiao Baorong emperor, although he did not immediately have Xiao Baorong take imperial title. (Privately, Xiao Yan's staff was distrustful of Xiao Yingzhou and wanted to seize Xiao Baorong by force, but Xiao Yan, not willing to create a division in the coalition at that moment, concentrated on advancing east against Xiao Baojuan rather than to seize Xiao Baorong.)
Du Ping (, born 28 February 1978, in Shenyang) is a former Chinese international footballer who predominantly played for Shenyang Jinde and Shaanxi Baorong as a Midfielder.
Gao Baorong (高保融) (920–960) was King of Nanping from 948 to 960, one of the Ten Kingdoms in south-central China.
In late 948, Gao fell ill, and had his son and deputy military governor Gao Baorong take over the affairs of the state. He died shortly after.
Feng Zhigang retired in 2001, then he worked as assistant coach of Wuhan Hongtao K. on 2008, Wuhan Hongtao K quit the Chinese Super League.Feng Zhigang went to worked as assistant coach of Shaanxi Baorong Chanba.
The Hong Kong scholar Wang Baorong called Wang "the most successful Lu Xun translator in the early years" and writes that Wang made "American-English versions of sixteen pieces which are accurate and refined."
Xiao Baorong was born in 488, when his father Xiao Luan was the Marquess of Xichang and a mid-high-level official under Emperor Wu, a cousin of Xiao Luan's. His mother was Xiao Luan's wife Marchioness Liu Huiduan (劉惠端), who died the following year (489). After Xiao Luan seized power from and killed Emperor Wu's grandson Xiao Zhaoye in a coup in 494, and then further took the throne later that year from Xiao Zhaoye's brother Xiao Zhaowen as Emperor Ming, Xiao Baorong, as the new emperor's son, was created the Prince of Sui Commandery. In 499 (after Emperor Ming's death in 498), Xiao Baorong's older brother Xiao Baojuan, who had inherited the throne, changed his title to Prince of Nankang instead. (Sometime between 494 and 499, Xiao Baorong married Wang Shunhua, the granddaughter of the early Southern Qi prime minister Wang Jian, as his wife.) Also in 499, Xiao Baojuan made Xiao Baorong the governor of the important Jing Province (荊州, modern central and western Hubei), although the actual responsibilities for governing the province were in staff members' hands, particularly those of the chief of staff, Xiao Yingzhou.
Fu Baorong (; born June 3, 1978 in Jilin City, Jilin) is a female Chinese field hockey player who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She finished fourth with the Chinese team in the women's competition. She played all six matches and scored three goals.
On April 8, 1913, this national anthem was used in the opening ceremony of the 1st Regular Council; the last line was added by Wang Baorong (汪寶榮), with other lines from "Shang Shu"; it was set to music by Jeans Hautstont.
Xiao Baojuan was an arbitrary and violent ruler, and he often executed high-level officials based on his perception of them as threats to his rule. In winter 500, he executed his prime minister Xiao Yi (蕭懿), and Xiao Yi's brother Xiao Yan, the governor of Yong Province (雍州, modern northwestern Hubei) declared a rebellion from the capital of Yong Province, Xiangyang (襄陽, in modern Xiangfan, Hubei). In response, Xiao Baojuan sent the general Liu Shanyang (劉山陽) to Jing Province, ordering him to rendezvous with Xiao Yingzhou and then attack Xiangyang. Xiao Yan, however, persuaded Xiao Yingzhou that Liu's orders were to attack both Jing and Yong Provinces, and Xiao Yingzhou, after making Liu believe his good faith by executing Xiao Yan's messenger Wang Tianhu (王天虎), surprised and killed Liu, seizing his forces. He then openly declared rebellion and supported Xiao Baorong as nominal leader. Xiao Yingzhou and Xiao Baorong remained at Jiangling (江陵, in modern Jingzhou, Hubei), the capital of Jing Province, which was then made into the provisional capital, while Xiao Yan advanced east against Xiao Baojuan's forces. In spring 501, Xiao Baorong was proclaimed emperor (as Emperor He), but actual powers were in Xiao Yingzhou's hands.
To award Xiao Yi, Xiao Baojuan had made him prime minister after he defeated Cui Huijing, but he soon grew suspicious of Xiao Yi as well, and with his associates persuading him to, he soon forced Xiao Yi to commit suicide in winter 500. Xiao Yi's brother Xiao Yan, the governor of Yong Province (雍州, modern northwestern Hubei) thus declared a rebellion from his provincial capital Xiangyang. Xiao Baojuan sent the general Liu Shanyang (劉山陽) to attack Xiao Yan, but, in fear of a surprise attack from Liu Shanyang, Xiao Yingzhou (蕭穎冑), the chief of staff for Xiao Baojuan's brother Xiao Baorong, who served as the titular governor of Jing Province (荊州, modern central and western Hubei), instead joined Xiao Yan and surprised and killed Liu Shanyang. Both Xiao Yan and Xiao Yingzhou then declared that they wanted to overthrow Xiao Baojuan and make Xiao Baorong emperor. Xiao Yingzhou remained at Jiangling with Xiao Baorong, while Xiao Yan attacked east.
Sun Guangxian (; died 968), courtesy name Mengwen (孟文), self-styled Baoguangzi (葆光子), was an official of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period state Jingnan (Nanping). He became the official who was most in charge of policies and governance after the retirement of Liang Zhen during the rule of Jingnan's second ruler Gao Conghui, and subsequently served in that role under Gao Conghui, his sons Gao Baorong and Gao Baoxu, and his grandson Gao Jichong.
Liu Yunfang, named as the mastermind, was given a life sentence; Wang Jindong was given 15 years. Two other accomplices – a 49-year-old man named Xue Hongjun, and a 34-year-old Beijing woman named Liu Xiuqin who apparently provided the group with lodging and helped in the preparation of the incident – were sentenced to 10 and 7 years in prison respectively. Liu Baorong, who had "acknowledged her crime", escaped punishment because her role in planning the event was minor.
With his career cut short he would move into youth management and would receive his first major assignment in 2006 when he became the manager at the Shanghai Shenhua youth team. By 2007 he would move into assistant management when he joined Shaanxi Baorong where he was reunited with his old teammate from Shanghai Shenhua, Cheng Yaodong who was the club's manager. At the start of the 2009 Chinese league season Zhu got his first management position at second tier club Nanchang Hengyuan and in his debut season helped guided the club to a runners-up spot and promotion to the top tier.
During the subsequent rules of Gao Conghui's sons Gao Baorong and Gao Baoxu, and Gao Baorong's son Gao Jichong, Sun Guangxian continued to serve as the chief strategist for the state, eventually reaching the rank of deputy military governor of Jingnan — i.e., deputy to the ruler himself, as the rulers of Jingnan continued to carry the title of military governor of Jingnan, as Jingnan remained vassal of the Five Dynasties ruling central China. It was said, though, that when he tried to correct Gao Baoxu's behavior — as Gao Baoxu was prone to building overly luxurious residences, drawing resentment from his people — Gao Baoxu did not listen.
Around the new year 501, Xiao Baojuan's associates told him that, in their opinion, it was because Wang Zhenguo and Zhang Ji were not wholehearted that Xiao Yan's army could not be defeated. Hearing of this, in fear, Wang and Zhang had Xiao Baojuan assassinated, and had his head presented to Xiao Yan. Xiao Baojuan was posthumously demoted to the title of Marquess of Donghun. Consort Pan and his other associates were executed, and Empress Chu and Crown Prince Song were both demoted to commoner rank. By 502, Xiao Yan had taken over the throne from Xiao Baorong as well and had ended Southern Qi and established Liang Dynasty.
Xiao Baojuan was born in 483, when his father Xiao Luan was a mid-high-level official and the Marquess of Xichang, as the cousin of Emperor Wu. His original name was Xiao Mingxian. He was Xiao Luan's second son, and his mother Liu Huiduan (劉惠端) was Xiao Luan's wife. (His only older brother Xiao Baoyi (蕭寶義) was born to Xiao Luan's concubine Lady Yin.) His mother Marchioness Liu had three other sons, Xiao Baoxuan (蕭寶玄), Xiao Baoyin, and Xiao Baorong, before dying in 489.
Wang Shunhua's grandfather Wang Jian was an early Southern Qi prime minister, and her clan was one of the two most powerful ones among the honored clans of the Southern Dynasties. (Oddly enough, however, the historical accounts did not indicate which of Wang Jian's sons was her father.) She became married to Xiao Baorong when he was the Prince of Sui Commandery (sometime between 494 and 499), and she therefore carried the title of Princess of Sui. (Presumably, when he later became the Prince of Nankang in 499, her title was changed to Princess of Nankang.) After he was made emperor by the generals Xiao Yingzhou (蕭穎冑) and Xiao Yan in 501 as a competing candidate for the throne to his violent and arbitrary brother Xiao Baojuan, Princess Wang was created empress. After Xiao Yan seized the throne in 502, ending Southern Qi and starting Liang Dynasty, Xiao Baorong was created the Prince of Baling, but soon was killed by Xiao Yan. The former Empress Wang became known as the Princess of Baling. Nothing further is known about her, including when she died.