Synonyms for boming or Related words with boming

yijun              weixing              haipeng              guowei              weiying              fuzhi              gongquan              yitang              wenguang              yingxia              zhihui              shixiang              xianbin              yunshan              xianying              dezhi              huanming              jiafu              zhixing              zizhong              guoxiang              xianzhen              jingwen              yongqing              jingyao              yajun              zongyuan              zhihong              yujun              jingyu              yiqing              zhixian              jitang              jiming              yixiang              zhiyong              daoming              guangmei              yonggang              songlin              tianhua              guoqing              zhidan              xuezhong              qiming              jingguo              zhenhua              jigang              peilun              guanzheng             

Examples of "boming"
Liu Boming (; 1887–1923) was a Chinese educator and philosopher born in the late Qing Dynasty.
Liu Boming is the first Chinese who received a doctor's degree in philosophy.
Wang Boming, is the Chairman of Caijing’s parent company, the SEEC Media Group.
Chang Chi-yun graduated from the Division of History and Geography of National Nanjing Higher Normal School (later renamed National Central University and Nanjing University), where he studied from scholars such as Liu Yizheng, Zhu Kezhen and Liu Boming.
Liu Boming (; born September 1966) is a Chinese pilot selected as part of the Shenzhou program. A fighter pilot (4 star Colonel) in the People's Liberation Army Air Force, he was selected to be an CNSA member in 1998.
Zhai, along with Liu Boming and Jing Haipeng was selected for prime crew on "Shenzhou 7", with Zhai as commander, on 17 September 2008. On 25 September 2008, at 21:10 CST, they launched into space as the first three-man crew for China, China's third human spaceflight mission. On 27 September 2008, Zhai became the first Chinese astronaut to spacewalk, completely outside the craft. Fellow crew member Liu Boming stood by at the airlock and could be seen straddling the portal. Zhai successfully completed his spacewalk at 18:25 CST. Zhai wore the Chinese developed Feitian space suit, while Liu wore the Russian derived Orlan-M space suit.
The war came to Manipur with the bombing of Imphal, the capital of Manipur by the Japanese air force planes. The first boming was on 10th May 1942 which caused a lot of civilian casulity. Another air raid occurred on 16th may .
Shenzhou 7 was launched on 25 September 2008 by a Long March 2F (CZ-2F) rocket which lifted off from JSLC. This is the third human spaceflight mission of the Chinese space program. The mission, which included an extra-vehicular activity (EVA) carried out by crewmembers Zhai Zhigang and Liu Boming, marked the commencement of the second phase of the Chinese government's Project 921.
Shenzhou 7 () was the third human spaceflight mission of the Chinese space program. The mission, which included the first Chinese extra-vehicular activity (EVA) carried out by crew members Zhai Zhigang and Liu Boming, marked the commencement of the second phase of the Chinese government's Project 921.
Jing, along with Liu Boming and Zhai Zhigang were selected for the prime crew on "Shenzhou 7" on September 17, 2008. On September 25, 2008, at 21:10 CST, they launched into space as the first three-man crew for China aboard China's third human spaceflight mission.
In September 1921, Wu Mi was elected as professor in English and English literature department of National Southeastern University (Nanjing Higher Normal School, later renamed National Central University and Nanjing University). In October, he set up Xueheng Society (学衡社) and began to publish the journal "Xueheng" with scholars including Liu Yizheng, Mei Guangdi (梅光迪), and Liu Boming. Wu Mi made himself editor in chief.
Kuo Ping-wen(Guo Bingwen, ), an influential university president, was appointed in 1919 after Jiang Qian. The school meeting passed "The Audit Law for Women Students" () on December 7, 1919, as result of efforts of the educationist T'ao Hsing-chih(Tao Xingzhi, ), as well as the president Guo Bingwen, and the professors including Liu Boming (), Luh Chih-wei (Lu Zhiwei, ), Yang Hsingfo (Yang Xingfo, ), etc., and then decided to formally recruit female students. The school became the first higher learning institution in China to recruit coeducational students. It enrolled eight women students in the first year 1920, and in addition, more than 50 female auditing students were admitted.
Diàoyúchéng (钓鱼城) is a 2012 Chinese-language western-style opera based on the story of the siege of Diaoyu Fortress during the Mongol conquest of the Song Dynasty, and the resistance of the brothers Ran Jin and Ran Pu. The work was produced by staff of Chongqing Opera. Music was collectively composed by Xu Zhanhai (徐占海) Zheng Bing (郑冰) and Wang Hua (王华) to a libretto by Feng Boming (冯柏铭) and Feng Bilie (冯必烈). It will be performed at the CHNCPA in May 2013.
The PLA is responsible for the Chinese space program. To date, all the participants have been selected from members of the PLA Air Force. China became the third country in the world to have sent a man into space by its own means with the flight of Yang Liwei aboard the Shenzhou 5 spacecraft on 15 October 2003 and the flight of Fei Junlong and Nie Haisheng aboard Shenzhou 6 on 12 October 2005 and Zhai Zhigang, Liu Boming, and Jing Haipeng aboard Shenzhou 7 on 25 September 2008.
Tao Xingzhi, the Chinese advocator of mixed-sex education, proposed "The Audit Law for Women Students" (規定女子旁聽法案) at the meeting of Nanjing Higher Normal School held on December seventh, 1919. He also proposed that the university recruit female students. The idea was supported by the president Guo Bingwen, academic director Liu Boming, and such famous professors as Lu Zhiwei and Yang Xingfo, but opposed by many famous men of the time. The meeting passed the law and decided to recruit women students next year. Nanjing Higher Normal School enrolled eight Chinese female students in 1920. In the same year Peking University also began to allow women students to audit classes. One of the most notable female students of that time was Jianxiong Wu.
Seven manned flights were launched in 2008, one by China, two by Russia and four by the United States. In April, Yi So-yeon became the first South Korean to fly in space, aboard Soyuz TMA-12. On the same flight, Sergey Volkov became the first second-generation cosmonaut. Yi returned to Earth aboard Soyuz TMA-11, which nearly ended in disaster following a separation failure between the descent and service modules, resulting in a ballistic reentry. In September, China conducted its third manned mission, Shenzhou 7, from which Zhai Zhigang and Liu Boming conducted the first Chinese spacewalk. Soyuz TMA-13, launched in October, was the hundredth flight of the Soyuz programme to carry a crew at some point in its mission.
Houyi was said to have saved the world from destruction by destroying nine of the ten suns which once shone over the world. (Under the Shang, the Chinese week was divided into ten days, each honoring particular royal ancestors and each regarded as having a separate sun shining in turn.) He was said to have become a tyrant after his wife Chang'e stole his elixir of immortality and ascended to the moon. Separately, he appeared as a historical figure in records such as the "Bamboo Annals", where he conquered the Xia capital Zhenxun during the early years of the reign of . Han Zhuo was originally from the state of Hai. He was a relative or "minor functionary" of Boming (), lord of Han, but was dismissed.
On 27 September, Zhai Zhigang, wearing a Chinese-developed Feitian space suit, conducted a 22-minute space walk, the first ever for a Chinese astronaut. Zhai slipped out of the orbital module in a head-first position at around 16:43 (0843 GMT) and wandered around the orbital module, retrieved experiment samples and waved the Chinese flag in space. The spacewalk lasted about 20 minutes, with Zhai returning to the orbital module at 17:00. The first space walk was limited in scope: cables were used to tie Zhai to the handrail outside the orbital module, and his moving route was restricted to areas near the exits. Liu Boming, wearing a Russian Orlan-M suit, stayed in the airlock in the orbital module to provide help if necessary. Liu also conducted an EVA, standing up at 08:58 UTC to hand Zhai a flag. The third astronaut, Jing Haipeng remained in the re-entry module to monitor the general situation of the spacecraft. By 09:00 UTC both astronauts were back inside and the hatch was closed. The space walk was broadcast live on Chinese media, and two cameras provided panoramic images.
In 1992, Townley testified that the Spanish diplomat Carmelo Soria, assassinated in 1976, had been detained at his home on Via Naranja in the sector of Lo Curro. There he was tortured and, since he did not speak, subjected to sarin gas (which had been re-invented by Berríos). Soria was then detained and tortured again in the Villa Grimaldi and his case was included in Spanish magistrate Baltasar Garzon's indictment of Pinochet. In May 2016, Chile's Supreme Court asked the United States to extradite Chilean Armando Fernandez Larios, Townley and Cuban Virgilio Paz, all three of whom were linked to the Sept. 21, 1976, car-boming murders in Washington, D.C. In November 2002, Soria's widow, Laura Gonzalez-Vera, along with the personal representative of Soria's estate, sued Townley seeking damages for Soria's torture and killing. When Townley defaulted, the district court entered a $7 million judgment against him. The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the foreign ministry of Chile should file an extradition request to the United States for Michael Townley and Armando Fernandez Larios.
In 1921 the National Southeastern University () was founded, and in 1923 Nanking Higher Normal School was merged into it. In the autumn of 1921, the Faculty of Business established in 1917 was moved to Shanghai to establish the first business school conferring degrees in China. The university consisted of five colleges (or schools) at the time: Liberal Arts (including departments of Chinese literature, foreign literature, history, philosophy, psychology,mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geoscience, and the Department of Politics, Law and Economics), Education, Agriculture, Engineering, and Commerce (or Business, including departments of general commerce, business administration, accounting, finance, economics, international trade, etc.). The earliest modern scientific research laboratories and groups in China were established at the university. It integrated teaching and research, with status of university's independence and academic freedom, and was regarded as the earliest Chinese modern university. The university along with its affiliated primary school and middle school served as a pioneer and model which laid the foundations for the establishment of modern educational system (, Renhsü Hsüehchih, 1922) in China, and in addition, its experimental kindergarten (Gulou Kindergarten) founded in 1923 was later also adopted as the model for Chinese kindergartens (Kindergarten Courses Standards by Ministration of Education, 1932), including its teaching system, teaching materials, teaching methods and teaching tools. In October 1921, "Hsuehheng Society" (or Xueheng Society, ) was founded in the university which was the focus of the "Hsuehheng School" included the scholars Liu Yizheng (), Liu Boming (劉伯明), Mei Guangdi (), Wu Mi () and Hu Hsien-Hsu (Hu Xiansu, ). They reinvigorated Confucian culture and humanism and published the monthly "Critical Review" (Xueheng, in Chinese) in January 1922. It enabled Nanjing University to become a center of Confucian thought and humanistic scholarship. During this period, Nanjing University was known as the foremost "Oriental Education Centre" and recognized as an academic and cultural exchange centre for east and west. Many scholars visited and instructed there, including the American educationist Paul Monroe, W. H. Kilpatrick, E. L. Thorndike, philosopher John Dewey, British philosopher Bertrand Russell, German philosopher Hans Driesch and the Indian (also Bengali) poet Rabindranath Tagore.