Synonyms for chengji or Related words with chengji

weicheng              yishan              qinggang              qifeng              jingyu              guihua              yiqing              shenji              jiafu              zizhong              guoji              chengwu              dingyi              zhixing              yuanhao              chunhua              yihe              yunshan              sanqiang              dezhi              shengping              yijun              baohua              tailai              zhihui              jianan              guowei              gongquan              qianli              biwei              jiaxuan              jinqing              xiaoxialiu              huaiyuan              ruoshui              xuefeng              nangong              jingyan              zhiqian              ningli              ziliang              qichen              jianxing              xinghan              dayou              yanling              shangzhi              wenyi              lingxi              guangnai             

Examples of "chengji"
March 7, 2008, in order to expand the size of the school, Chaozhou Chengji Middle School and the Chaozhou elevator engineering installation Co., Ltd. in the school multimedia room co founded the "Chengji Experimental Middle School" signing ceremony. in the autumn of the same year, the Chengji Experimental Middle School officially founded, the Chengji Middle School covers an area of more than 20000 square meters expanded.
July 2003, Fang Weiling (方卫玲) came to power, as Chaozhou Chengji Middle School principal and Party branch secretary. In July 2004, the Chaozhou Chengji Middle School was promoted to "A School of Chaozhou".
January 1996, Chaozhou Chengji Middle School became a "A School of Xiangqiao District".
Chaozhou Chengji Middle School covers an area of 20000 square meters, the existing 33 classes, 2198 students, 146 teachers.
1980s, the Jiefang Road First Primary School was reorganized into primary middle school, and was renamed as "Chengji Middle School".
Zhang Hu (792?–853?) was a Chinese poet of the mid-Tang dynasty. His courtesy name was Chengji.
Yuwen Chengdu is based on Yuwen Chengji (宇文承基), the son of Yuwen Huaji in real history. However, in the real history, Yuwen Chengji would just be a nobody without his father. After the military rebellion, Yuwen Chengji was killed by Dou Jiande (窦建德) along with his father Yuwen Huaji, uncle Yuwen Zhiji (宇文智及), and younger brother Yuwen Chengzhi (宇文承趾),the archetype of Yuwen Chenglong (宇文成龙) in the novel. The only survivor of his family, Yuwen Shiji (宇文士及), eventually became a top officer in Tang Dynasty.
Known as Chengji (), it vied with Tianshui (then known as Shanggui) as the seat of the medieval province of Qinzhou during the Tang Dynasty and Five Dynasties eras.
Zhang Hu was born in 792, in Qinghe (modern Qinghe County, Hebei or Shandong) or possibly Nanyang (modern Nanyang, Henan). His courtesy name was Chengji.
In 1965, Chaozhou Chengji Middle School was established, when the "Jiefang Road First Primary School". Soon after the beginning of 1966 the Cultural Revolution broke out, the school was forced to close down, until the 1970s office complex.
Chaozhou Chengji Middle School (Chinese: 潮州市城基中学), is the Chaozhou City, Guangdong Province, People's Republic of China a middle school, founded in 1965, formerly known as "Jiefang Road First Primary School" (Chinese: 解放路第一小学). Is a school in Chaozhou City, Chaozhou city is the largest and most well-known primary school. Is divided into the total campus and the experimental school campus, the experimental campus known as the "Chaozhou Chengji Experimental Middle School" (Chinese: 潮州市城基实验中学).
Silva made his official debut at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, where he competed in the men's 50 m freestyle. Swimming in heat seven, he rounded out a field of seven swimmers to last place and thirty-sixth overall by 0.45 of a second behind winner Jiang Chengji of China in 23.27.
It is a station of Suifenhe railway, 442 km to Harbin station and 106 km to Suifenhe station. It is also the starting station of Chengji railway, 107 km to the destination Jixi station. Xiachengzi station was built in 1900 with original name Xiaochengzi station. Now it is a four-lever station under Hairbin railway bureau with 6 rails pass by.
Fu Xi was known as the "original human" (although technically speaking he was not a human), and he was said to have been born in the lower-middle reaches of the Yellow River in a place called Chengji (possibly modern Lantian, Shaanxi province, or Tianshui, Gansu province).
2015, Chaozhou Chengji Experimental Middle School to cancel the new entrance examination system, to take the way the number of admissions. Its purpose is to promote the fairness of education in Chaozhou, as well as to reduce the pressure on teachers and parents.
Meanwhile, while Li Zhe and Princess Wei were in exile, so were Wei Xuanzhen and his family. After Wei Xuanzhen died soon thereafter, a local tribal chief, Ning Chengji (寧承基), demanded to marry Princess Wei's younger sister. When Princess Wei's mother Lady Cui refused, Ning killed her and her four sons Wei Xun (韋洵), Wei Hao (韋浩), Wei Dong (韋洞), and Wei Ci (韋泚).
During the Northern Wei, the city was known as Hanyang and was the center of the Hanyang Commandery. During the Western Wei, this name was changed to Hanyang County. During the Tang and Five Dynasties, the city of Tianshui was known as Shanggui (). It alternated with Chengji (present-day Qin'an) as the capital of the province of Qinzhou (). Li County was separated from Tianshui's jurisdiction during the ninth year of Chenghua ( 1473) during the Ming dynasty.
Jiang Chengji (born 25 November 1975) (; born November 25, 1975 in Shanghai) is an international male Chinese butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle swimmer from Shanghai. He competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in the 100 m butterfly, finishing fourth, 0.07 seconds behind the bronze medal winner. He also finished in 4th place in the 50m freestyle at the same Olympics, 0.04 seconds behind the third place finisher.
Meanwhile, to avenge her mother's and brothers' deaths, Empress Wei had Emperor Zhongzong order Zhou Rengui (周仁軌), the commandant at Guang Prefecture (廣州, roughly modern Guangzhou, Guangdong), to attack Ning Chengji and his brothers; Zhou defeated Ning and slaughtered his people. In gratitude, Empress Wei bowed to Zhou, honoring him like a father, and Emperor Zhongzong created Zhou the Duke of Ru'nan.
He Ning (和凝) (898 – July 23, 955), courtesy name Chengji (成績), formally the Duke of Lu (魯公), was an official of the five "dynasties" of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period (Later Liang, Later Tang, Later Jin, Later Han, and Later Zhou) as well as the Khitan Liao state, serving as a chancellor during the reigns of both emperors of Later Jin (Shi Jingtang and Shi Chonggui), as well as during Liao's brief occupation of central China.