Synonyms for chengzhi or Related words with chengzhi

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Examples of "chengzhi"
Chengzhi Co., Ltd is a technology company of the People's Republic of China, established on 9 October 1998. Based in Jiangxi, it was formed by the provincial government in cooperation with Beijing's Tsinghua University. In May 2004, investors, believing the cooperation between Chengzhi and Tsinghua was coming to an end, sold Chengzhi shares, causing it to drop to the lower trading halt price. However, company officials emphasised in an interview that their cooperation with Tsinghua remained unaffected.
Liao's ancestors were from Huiyang, Guangdong. Born in Hong Kong, he is the son of Liao Chengzhi, and the grandson of Liao Zhongkai and He Xiangning.
Shady deals in real estate in Hedong, Sucao were the occasion of the murder in 2009 of Handan legislator Guo Chengzhi.
A Mongolian Tale () is a 1995 Chinese film directed by Xie Fei and adapted by the novelist and ethnographer Zhang Chengzhi from his novel, "Black Steed".
The initial skirmishes of the campaign were fought on August 19, 1945, when Yan dispatched 16,000 troops under Shi Zebo to capture the city of Changzhi, in southeast Shanxi. On September 1, Liu arrived with 31,000 troops and encircled Changzhi. After initial engagements between Shi Zebo and Liu Bocheng's forces, Shi barricaded his forces inside the regional center of Chengzhi. Liu's army occupied the area surrounding Chengzhi, but was not able to take the city, leading to a stalemate.
In the "wuxia" novel "Sword Stained with Royal Blood" by Jin Yong, Yuan is survived by a fictional son, Yuan Chengzhi, the protagonist of the novel. Yuan Chengzhi was saved by his father's subordinates after his father was executed and taken to the Mount Hua Sect, where he learnt martial arts. Several years later, when he had grown up, he left Mount Hua and traveled around in search of adventure and to redress his father's legacy.
Liao Chengzhi (, a son of Liao Zhongkai), the president of the Sino-Japanese Friendship Society, and Tatsunosuke Takasaki (), a Japanese politician, worked together on the Liao-Takasaki Agreement trade agreement, (Chinese: or , Japanese: ). Both sides signed the memorandum regarding trade on November 9, 1962. The members of both the Liao Chengzhi Office and the Tatsunosuke Takasaki Office held a meeting regarding journalism between China and Japan. The delegates for the meeting were Liao and Japanese Diet member Kenzo Matsumura ().
Congtai was the setting - before its district judiciary, if not before the superior municipal one - of the March 2010 trial of a Sucao Township village chief for the murder of his predecessor, the Handan legislator Guo Chengzhi.
Sufi scholar Zhang Chengzhi noted that during the war, Hui Muslims were suspicious of the intentions of Japanese researchers and deliberately concealed important religious information from them when interviewed.
Liao and He Xiangning had a daughter, Liao Mengxing, and a son, Liao Chengzhi. The latter had four sons, Liao Hui being the eldest. Anna Chennault is his niece.
Chengzhi Co., Ltd was set up in Jiangxi province; its controlling shareholder is Tsinghua Holdings, and it was part of the corporate structure used in the acquisition of Shijiashuang Yongsheng Huatsing Liquid Crystal Co.
" Red Army University" (紅軍大學) and interviewed some senior and important officers in the Communist party of China, for example, Lin Biao, Liao Chengzhi and Zhu De, especially the first chairman of People's Republic of China, Mao Zedong on February 9.
Zhang Ge (張格), courtesy name Chengzhi (承之), nickname Yishi (義師), was a politician of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period state Former Shu, serving two stints as chancellor. Zhang was instrumental in persuading Former Shu's founding emperor Wang Jian into designating his youngest son Wang Zongyan as his heir.
"Lifting the Veil of Secrecy: Secret Services in China during World War II", "Intelligence and National Security", 16:4 (Winter 2001), author of 'Introduction' (pp. 1–10) and 'The Kuomintang's Secret Service in Action in South China: Operational and Political Aspects of the Arrest of Liao Chengzhi (1942)', pp. 205–37 1996
In March 2007, Chengzhi announced that they would sell an additional 45 million shares in a non-public offering aimed at specific investors, at a price no lower than 90% of the stock's average price in the previous 20 days. This was later expanded to 80 million shares. The shares were finally issued in August 2007.
Not all works by authors who lived through the Cultural Revolution can be classified as scar literature. Zhang Chengzhi in particular is notable for his idealism regarding his experiences during the Cultural Revolution; his works such as "Black Steed" and "Rivers of the North" have been described as rebuttals to the "negativism of scar literature".
Zhao Sun himself rose in the ranks of the Southern Han imperial government, eventually becoming chief imperial scholar (翰林學士承旨, "Hanlin Xueshi Chengzhi") and "Shangshu Zuocheng" (尚書左丞), one of the secretaries general at the executive bureau of government (尚書省, "Shangshu Sheng").
Zhang Chengzhi (Xiao'erjing: , born 10 September 1948) is a contemporary Hui Chinese author. Often named as the most influential Muslim writer in China, his historical narrative "History of the Soul", about the rise of the Jahriyya (哲合忍耶) Sufi order, was the second-most popular book in China in 1994.
History of the Soul, written by Zhang Chengzhi, is a work of narrative history spanning 172 years, which explores the personal and religious conflicts among the Jahriyya, a Sufi tariqah in Northwestern China. Published in 1991, it went on to become China's second-best selling book in 1994.
The "Three politic principles" () appear in the "Sino-Japanese Memorandum Trade Meeting Communique" of 1968 are the long-held diplomatic principle which China have often asserted since Liao Chengzhi () made a point as the government's official view on Zhou Enlai's () behalf when Tadataka Sata (), Japanese diet member, visited China on August 29, 1958.