Synonyms for gongquan or Related words with gongquan

chengwu              dezhi              mingshu              jingyu              yiqing              zhixing              zhidong              weixing              xianbin              guoping              guozhang              wenguang              yitang              yufen              fakui              yunshen              guowei              guofu              yijun              xiaofu              guoxiang              fuzhi              juezai              guangzhong              zhensheng              renliang              yifu              jinguang              chongwang              zhiji              haiguang              wanchuan              zhizhong              xinxin              shengkun              guangyi              zhipeng              guangya              shichang              tingyu              yunshan              boxiong              qifeng              zhenduo              wenli              fanwen              qiwei              kecheng              jiaxuan              yanpei             

Examples of "gongquan"
In 2005, Wang Gongquan became a research in Gongmeng (Open Constitution Initiative).
Club constructed their grass training field on the east side of Jimo, Shandong gongquan reservoir in 2000.
In 905, Li Gongquan (李公佺), an officer of the Tianxiong headquarters guard corps (牙軍, "Ya Jun"), was plotting a mutiny. When Luo discovered this, Li Gongquan burned some of the headquarters buildings and pillaged the city, and then fled to Yichang Circuit.
Liu Gongquan () (778–865), courtesy name Chengxuan (诚悬), was a Chinese calligrapher who stood with Yan Zhenqing as the two great masters of late Tang calligraphy.
On Sep 13, Wang Gongquan was detained by Beijing police for "disturbing order in public space". On Oct 20, he was formally charged.
Wang Gongquan is passionate with poetry. He once donated 10 million RMB to sponsor the research and compilation of Chinese classic poetry in the first half of 20th century. Wang writes Chinese classic poetry as well.
Wang Gongquan () is a billionaire liberal activist in China. He is the a main leader and financial backer of the New Citizens' Movement. He was arrested on September 13, 2013 for allegedly "disturbing order in public space".
When Japanese troops were about to take Fengyang, Ji's father, Ji Gongquan, had assumed that the occupation authorities knew of his Japanese education. To avoid being coerced into joining the government, Ji Gongquan and his family fled to Hankow, which became the temporary national capital after the fall of Nanjing. Ji Gongquan became frustrated with Chiang Kai-shek, so Chaoding, who was then in China doing research, arranged the difficult passage through South China and Hanoi as the family made their way to New York. Chaoding had planned to go to the wartime communist capital in Yan'an, but Zhou Enlai asked him to instead accompany his family to the United States, where he could present sympathetic information while not revealing his political allegiance. Ji continued his work with the IPR and the magazine "Amerasia".
Dr Xu's arrest caused wide-scale protest. Mao Yushi, Wang Gongquan, Xiaoshu, He Sanwei, Yang Zili published an open letter demanding the release of Dr Xu and other arrested citizens. More than 3000 people signed the open letter.
Meihuazhuang is divided into two parts: Wenchang (literary) encompasses theory; Wuchang (martial) encompasses techniques such as Jiazi (frame), Shoutao (sparring exercise to teach combat skills), Chengquan (combat choreography), Yingquan (combat), and Gongquan and Ningquan (moving in war).
Chinese authorities have always tried to monitor and suppress the New Citizens' Movement. Xu Zhiyong, founder of the movement, was arrested on July 16, 2013. Another prominent businessman and financial supporter of the movement, Wang Gongquan, was arrested on Sep 13, 2013.
Yan Zhenqing’s style assimilated the essence of the past five hundred years, and almost all the calligraphers after him were more or less influenced by him. In his contemporary period, another great master calligrapher, Liu Gongquan, studied under him, and the much-respected Five-Dynasty Period calligrapher, Yang Ningshi (楊凝式) thoroughly inherited Yan Zhenqing’s style and made it bolder.
Yang Wan (; died August 27, 777), courtesy name Gongquan (公權), was an official of the Chinese Tang dynasty, serving briefly as chancellor during the reign of Emperor Daizong. He was known for his frugality, and it was said that his becoming chancellor caused a number of other officials to change their wasteful ways.
On July 16, 2013, Xu Zhiyong was detained for allegedly "disturbing order in public space". Wang Gongquan, Mao Yushi, Xiaoshu, He Sanwei and Yang Zili issued an open letter calling for the release of Dr Xu and other arrested citizens. More than 3000 people have signed the petition.
During Emperor Xuanzong of Tang's reign (685–762 CE), Indian monks came to discuss and lecture on Buddhism at the temple. Xuanzong also built a tower in the grounds. The temple changed its name again during the Tang Dynasty when in 771 CE, the second year of his Jingyun (景云) era, Emperor Ruizong of Tang dubbed it the Lingyan Temple (灵岩寺) and had a signboard created by the renowned calligrapher Liu Gongquan.
In June 2010, a group of scholars, lawyers, journalists and activists, including Xu Zhiyong, Teng Biao, Wang Gongquan, Li Xiongbin, Li Fangping, Xu Youyu and Zhang Shihe (Laohumiao), initiated an open letter "The Citizens' Pledge", calling for the awakening and improvement of Chinese citizens' civil rights awareness. This event is usually regarded as the start of the New Citizens' Movement (even though it was prior to the coinage of the term).
The Ji family was prominent in Shanxi education and politics. Chaoding's grandfather was a landlord who had a reputation for treating tenants honestly and supplying grain to the poor in times of shortage. His father, Ji Gongquan (; 1882–1967) studied law in Japan, but when the Republican Revolution of 1911 broke out and his government scholarship was suspended, he returned to China rather than accept Japanese government support.
The town is divided into 30 villages and 1 community, the following areas: Waziping Community (), Tianming Village (), Bawan Village (), Shuangmiao Village (), Longtang Village (), Liantang Village (), Tieshan Village (), Wushi Village (), Sichong Village (), Qitou Village (), Mingde Village (), Gongquan Village (), Pingshan Village (), Gongping Village (), Shilong Village (), Anping Village (), Huaitang Village (), Yuechong Village (), Jingquan Village (), Yunfeng Village (), Simei Village (), Shuangshi Village (), Shuangle Village (), Shuangfeng Village (), Banzhu Village (), Zhenzhu Village (), Datang Village (), Jiujielong Village (), Hongjiashan Village (), Qicai Village (), and Yangtang Village ().
In 1988, Wang Gongquan quit his government job and went to Hainan for business endeavor. In 1991, he co-founded Vantone Industry Group, one of China's leading real estate developers, which he managed from 1991 to 1995, serving as president, vice chairman of the board, and honorary chairman of the board. Wang was a co-founder and general partner with IDG Technology Venture Investment, Inc from 1999 to 2005. He built and managed CDH Venture Partners from its inception in 2005.
In 2002, CDH was established with six founding partners including Wu Shangzhi and Jiao Zhen, who had worked together at China International Capital Corporation's Direct Investment Division since 1995. Other shareholders include GIC, China National Investment & Guaranty Co Ltd, and Capital Z Partners. CDH have kept all the six founding partners within the firm to this day, despite famously losing its head of venture capital, Wang Gongquan, who ran away with his mistress.