Synonyms for dingyi or Related words with dingyi

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Fu Dingyi (; 12 December 1877 – 3 May 1958) was a Chinese educator and scholar.
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A political commissar in the PLA, Lu Dingyi gave important contributions to the revolutionary struggle in Shaanxi along with other top leaders like Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai and Ren Bishi, according to his official biography.
The state of Yue was renowned for its mediums, and Luan Da was a fine example. The "Shih ji" ("Records of the Grand Historian") described him as "tall and a brilliant speaker", who was "fertile in techniques" and a master of esoteric arts, such as shadow play. He was originally a mystic in the court of the emperor's brother, Liu Ji, the Prince of Jiao Dong. Liu Ji's wife had mentioned Luan Da to her brother, the Marquess of Lecheng, Dingyi. Trying to boost his standing with Emperor Wu, Dingyi told the emperor of Shaoweng's far more capable fellow disciple, Luan Da, in 113 BC.
In April 1965, Xiao Wangdong was appointed Vice Minister of Culture of China, under minister Lu Dingyi. After Lu Dingyi was purged at the beginning of the Cultural Revolution, Xiao became the acting minister in May 1966. Although Xiao was a military official, he followed Liu Shaoqi and attempted to limit the disruptions of the radical Red Guards. In February 1967 he was denounced as a counterrevolutionary and capitalist roader. He was purged and subsequently imprisoned for nine years. His superior Tao Zhu, who sought to protect him, was also purged.
In the 4th Session in 1979, 12 persons were elected to the Central Committee: Wang Heshou (王鹤寿), Liu Lanbo (刘澜波), Liu Lantao (刘澜涛), An Ziwen (安子文), Li Chang (李昌), Yang Shangkun, Zhou Yang (周扬), Lu Dingyi (陆定一), Hong Xuezhi (洪学智), Peng Zhen, Jiang Nanxiang (蒋南翔), and Bo Yibo.
Lu Dingyi was rehabilitated by the new leadership headed by Deng Xiaoping. In 1979 he was co-opted in the Fifth CPPCC National Committee as its vice-chairman; in the same year, he was co-opted in the CPC Central Committee as a consultant to the Propaganda Department. He was later a member of the Central Advisory Commission.
Tay Teow Kiat (; born 1947) is the Music Director of East Zone Schools’ Chinese Orchestra Development Centre, President of Singapore Chinese Instrumental Music Association, Music Director of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) City Chinese Orchestra (CCO), Music Director of Dingyi Chamber Ensemble and Resident Conductor of Dunman High School Chinese Orchestra (DHSCO).
During the "Yan'an Rectification Movement", Lu Dingyi wrote "Our basic view for journalism", which was considered the basis for Chinese communist journalism. In 1943 he was appointed head of the CPC Central Propaganda Department, a post he held until 1952 and then again from 1954. He was elected CPC Central Committee member in 1945.
Lu Dingyi died in Beijing in 1996, several years after his retirement. He was hailed as an outstanding Party member and promoter of socialist culture. His knowledge of the English language also allowed him to translate the conversations between Mao Zedong and Anna Louise Strong.
Several international companies are located in the Xiasha district including German owned Siemens High Voltage circuit breaker company, Motorola Mobile Communications Ltd., Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Allergan pharmaceuticals, Turumo Medical Corporation, Panasonic Motors, Dingyi, and food giant Wahaha. HEDA boasts 600 industrial enterprises in all.
Lu Dingyi (; June 9, 1906 – May 9, 1996) was a leader of the Communist Party of China. After the establishment of the People's Republic of China and before the Cultural Revolution, he was credited as one of the top officials in socialist culture.
Lu Dingyi then returned in China and participated in the Long March as an editor of the "Red Star" newspaper. He also worked with the Propaganda Department of the Eighth Route Army, and was a member of the CPC Propaganda Department starting from 1934. In 1942 he was promoted to chief editor of the "Liberation Daily" after his predecessor Yang Song fell ill.
Vin Zhang, also known as Zhang Binbin, is a Chinese actor. He rose to fame with his role as Han Dingyi in "The Microera of Love", and achieved further recognition with his supporting roles in "Chronicle of Life" and "Just One Smile is Very Alluring".
The founding of Central Research Institute of Culture and History was advocated by Mao Zedong. On the eve of liberation of Beijing, Mao Zedong told his mentor, Fu Dingyi, in Shijiazhuang that CPC would have arrangement for senior indigent scholars and would found an institute for them. On December 2, 1949, in a letter to Liu Yazi, Mao mentioned again that "the issue of institute of culture and history has been assigned to premier Zhou Enlai, and will be soon settled". Later, Mao and Zhou asked Fu Dingyi, Liu Yazi, Zhang Shizhao among others to join the planning work, and also appointed Lin Boju and Qi Yanming to be in charge of the founding project. On July 29, 1951, the vice premier of the State Council, Dong Biwu, announced the "founding of Research Institute of Cultural and History of the State Council". Fu Dingyi became the first president, and Ye Gongchuo, Liu Yazi and Zhang Shizhao were the vice president. After the death of Fu Dingyi in 1958, Zhang Shizhao became the second president, and more elite scholars, Xu Senyu, Chen Yinke, Shen Yimo, Xing Zanting, Xie Wuliang and Shang Yanliu were vice presidents. In 1974, Yang Dongchun was the third president. Ye Shengtao succeeded as the fourth president in 1980. Xiao Qian was the fifth president since 1989. And the sixth president was Qigong starting from 1999. Since 1986, Xiao Qian, Wu Kong, Qigong, Wang Chuguang and Yuan Xingpei have served as vice president. The current president is Yuan Xingpei. There are currently 29 fellows in the institute, with average age of 79.2.
The (North) Mount Heng Sect (恆山派) is affiliated to Buddhism and is headed by the Three Elder Nuns (Dingjing, Dingxian and Dingyi), with Dingxian as the most senior of the trio. Its members are all female and mostly nuns. Dianxian refuses to submit to Zuo Lengshan so Zuo sends his lackeys to ambush and assassinate the leaders. Dingjing is killed in an ambush while Dingxian and Dingyi are murdered by Yue Buqun in Shaolin Monastery later. Dingxian names Linghu Chong as the new leader of their sect before her death. Linghu is more liberal and he allows others, including "jianghu" lowlifes and male martial artists, to join the sect. He leads the sect well and earns the respect of others.
Lu Dingyi joined the Communist Party of China in 1925, while he was studying electrical engineering at the Nanyang Public School. After graduation, he fully joined revolutionary activities, being mainly involved in the Communist Youth League, writing articles for its newspaper "Chinese Youth" (later renamed "Proletarian Youth" and then "Leninist Youth"). In 1927 he took part at both the 5th CPC National Congress and the CYL Congress, being elected a member of the CYL Central Committee working with its Propaganda Department. He was actively involved in countering Chiang Kai-shek's anti-communist coup, organizing communist unities in Guangdong. In 1928 Lu Dingyi took part at the 6th CPC National Congress and the CYL Congress, both of which were held in Moscow, remaining in the Soviet Union until 1930 as a junior representative of the CYL to the Comintern.
He later became First Secretary of the Central-South region, and in 1965 was moved to Beijing to replace Lu Dingyi as Director of the Central Propaganda Department when Lu was purged for not adhering strongly to the Maoist line. Tao was a Vice Premier of the State Council and Secretary of the Central Secretariat of the CPC, as well as an advisor to the Cultural Revolution Group.
Having ousted Luo and Yang, Mao returned his attention to Peng Zhen. On February 12, 1966, the "Five Man Group" issued a report known as the "February Outline" (). The "Outline", sanctioned by the Party centre, defined "Hai Rui" as constructive "academic" discussion, and aimed to formally distance Peng Zhen from any "political" implications. However, Jiang Qing and Yao Wenyuan continued their denunciation of Wu Han and Peng Zhen. Meanwhile, Mao also sacked Propaganda Department director Lu Dingyi, a Peng Zhen ally.