Synonyms for chunli or Related words with chunli

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Examples of "chunli"
Bai Chunli () (born September 26, 1953) is a Chinese physical chemist and nanoscientist.
On May 1, Bai Chunli attended the closing ceremony of the 14th Sino-US Joint Committee which was held in Beijing, and joined some relevant activities.
Song Chunli () is a Chinese film and television actress. She won two Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress, a Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actress and two Feitian TV Awards.
Chunli Li (born February 28, 1962 in Guiping, Guigang, Guangxi) was a Chinese-born New Zealand female professional table tennis player. She won a gold, silver and two bronze medals at the 2002 Commonwealth Games to cap off her long career. Her illustrious career began as one of the top table tennis players in China, specialising as a doubles player. Chunli migrated to New Zealand in 1987 and has since represented New Zealand until she retired in 2004 to concentrate as the national coach. She competed at four Olympic Games and one Commonwealth Games for New Zealand. Since 2011, she came out of her "retirement" and started representing New Zealand again. Chunli led the New Zealand team at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Bai's father was a primary school teacher who encouraged Bai to read. In 1966, he went to middle school, graduating with a High School Certificate in 1970, at the time of the Cultural Revolution. After high school he joined the Down to the Countryside Movement with other young people. Bai Chunli worked in the Inner Mongolia production and construction corps for four years. In 1974, after the whole soldiers' secret ballot and the exam, Bai Chunli was recommended to be a student at Peking University graduating in 1978. In 1981 he received a master's degree of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and in 1985 earned a doctor’s degree.
On April 13, in the opening ceremony of the Chinese Chemical Society 28th Annual Meeting, Bai Chunli gave a speech. He reviewed the role that chemistry plays in human life, and pointed out that solving the social public security problems is also a mission for chemistry.
May 8, Bai Chunli, as the team leader of the Daya Bay neutrino experiment, he shared the four successful aspects of the experiment with internet users. He insisted that from a governmental and national perspective, there should be a long-term vision and attention on basic research.
Gu Chunli (; born July 1957) is a former Chinese politician who spent most of his career in Northeast China's Liaoning province. He was investigated by the Communist Party of China's anti-graft agency in August 2015. He previously served as the Vice-Governor of Jilin and Communist Party Secretary of Anshan.
Karen Li (born September 19, 1977 in Guiping, Guangxi, China) is a table tennis player for New Zealand. At the 2002 Commonwealth Games she won a silver medal partnering her sister Chunli Li in the women's doubles and a bronze medal in the team event.
Wang Chunli (; born August 10, 1983 in Jilin) is a Chinese biathlete and cross-country skier. She competed for China at the 2006 Winter Olympics in cross-country skiing. She also competed in the biathlon for China at the 2010 Winter Olympics. Her only one world cup victory came in the 2008/09 season under a sprint. She won it in front of Tora Berger and Magdalena Neuner.
All four sons of Fan Zhongyan served as officials in the imperial government of the Song Dynasty, and two of them Fan Chunren and Fan Chunli also became Chancellors of China. Among Fan Zhongyan and his sons, and the families married with Fan Zhongyan's family, together there were eight Chancellors, indicating the powerful influence of Fan zhongyan's family on the Song Dynasty at the time.
Bai Chunli is one of the pioneers in the field of scanning probe microscopy. The laboratory he leads organized much wide-ranging and detailed research. . Bai has made many contributions to STM study nationally and internationally. He has created a team which aims to increase cooperation between China and the United States on the issue of regularly using energy sources. Generally speaking, Bai has devoted himself to shortening the scientific distance between China and foreign countries.
In January 1978, after graduating from the university, Bai Chunli was assigned to the Chinese Academy of Sciences' applied chemistry department, which was the beginning of his research career in the Chinese Academy of Sciences. From 1985 to 1987, he did postdoctoral research in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology. In 1996, he was the Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; in 2011, he took over from Lu Yongxiang as sixth President of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
His last Olympic participation came at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. Here he only competed in the singles event, but failed to advance after losing two matches. Then, at the 2002 Commonwealth Games he won a bronze medal in the mixed doubles event partnering Chunli Li. He also competed in the men's doubles and singles events without the same success, reaching the round of 32 in the singles and the quarterfinal in the doubles. At the 2006 Commonwealth Games he competed in both singles, doubles, mixed doubles and the team event.
Xiao Chunli is a Chinese teacher at Blue Sky Secondary School, neighbourhood school notorious for its rock-bottom results and delinquency. Her efforts to help her students are hampered by Mr Yan, the school principal who cares more about KPIs than the students themselves. One of the teachers Xu Dele is a master with the skipping rope and he begins recruiting students to participate in a double dutch competition. Much to Miss Xiao and Mr Xu's frustration, several of the more problematic students or those rejected by other CCAs are "dumped" into the team.
On August 1, 2015, the Communist Party's anti-corruption agency announced that Gu Chunli was placed under investigation. Six days later, Gu was removed from his posts by the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China. Gu was the first provincial-level official from Jilin to be sacked since the anti-corruption campaign began in 2012. He was expelled from the Communist Party on October 30, 2015. The investigation concluded that Gu abused his power to advance the interests of others, used public funds for personal expenses, frequented private clubs, accepted bribes, accepted banquet invitations paid for by public funds, "used vehicles from state-owned enterprises", and interfered and obstructed the investigation.
Thirty-four athletes from the New Zealand team had previously competed in Sydney, including Olympic bronze medallist Barbara Kendall in women's Mistral windsurfing, equestrian eventing rider Blyth Tait, sprint kayaker and former breaststroke swimmer Steven Ferguson, table tennis sisters Chunli and Karen Li, and discus thrower Beatrice Faumuina, who was appointed by the committee to carry the New Zealand flag in the opening ceremony. Tait's compatriot Andrew Nicholson participated in his fifth Olympic appearance since the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles (except 2000, in which he was not chosen), as the most experienced athlete. While Tait shared the same age with Nicholson at 43, and served as the oldest member of the team by a month difference, breaststroke swimmer Annabelle Carey, aged 15, was the youngest ever New Zealand athlete to compete at the Olympics since 1976.
The governance of NCNST is carried out by the director and administrative staff with the aid of an academic committee under the leadership of a governing board. The first director of NCNST was Chunli Bai, the executive vice president of CAS. The current director is Chen Wang and the overseas director is Zhonglin Wang, Regents' Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The governing board of NCNST consists of representatives from the National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Health, the Beijing Municipal People's Government, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Peking University, and Tsinghua University. The academic committee is responsible for aiding the governing board to determine important research areas and moving directions of NCNST.