Synonyms for guangyi or Related words with guangyi

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Examples of "guangyi"
Wang Guangyi has had a number of solo exhibitions, including:
Guangyi Station (), is a metro station of Line 2, Wuxi Metro. It started operations on 28 December 2014.
The second daughter of Song general Li Chuyun, it was arranged that she marry Zhao Guangyi by Zhao Guangyi's elder brother Emperor Taizu of Song. After Emperor Taizu's death in 976, Zhao Guangyi became Emperor Taizong, and Lady Li officially became his imperial consort in 978. She was named the empress in 984.
In 908, Emperor Taizu sent Zhao Guangfeng's brother Zhao Guangyi and another official, Li Yinheng, to formally commission his vassal Liu Yin, who then controlled Qinghai Circuit (清海, headquartered in modern Guangzhou, Guangdong) as the military governor of Qinghai and Jinghai (靜海, headquartered in modern Hanoi, Vietnam) Circuits. Liu kept Zhao Guangyi and Li and refused to let them return. (When Liu's brother and successor Liu Yan would eventually declare himself emperor of a new state of Southern Han in 917, he would make both Zhao Guangyi and Li chancellors.)
May 18 (April 14, (Chinese calendar)), Liu led The "Dingyuan", "ZhenYuan, "JiYuan", "ZhiYuan", "JingYuan "JingYuan", "LaiYuan", "GuangYi" and "GuangBin" to train, all of them hit the target.
The hotel has a collection of more than 1,500 pieces of contemporary Chinese art, which includes pieces by Wang Guangyi, Yue Minjun and Jiang Shuo.
Yu has a wife, Liu Min, and one son, Yu Guangyi. He converted to Christianity in 2003, and in China was a member of a house church.
In 2010, Stephan wrote and directed the short film Final Weapon, starring Ren Guangyi, Michael Woods, and featuring music and an appearance by rock music icon Lou Reed.
Zhao Guangyi (趙光裔) (d. 940), courtesy name Huanye (煥業), was an official of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period state Southern Han, serving as a chancellor for over 20 years.
One composite cruiser and three steel torpedo boats were built at the Foochow Navy Yard for the Guangdong Fleet between 1887 and 1892, named respectively "Guangjia", "Guangyi", "Guangbing" and "Guangding" ('Guangdong A, B, C and D').
During the "Year of China" in France in 2003/2004, he participated to the exhibition "China, the body everywhere?" including 39 Chinese contemporary artists such as Zhang Xiaogang, Wang Guangyi, Fang Lijun, Yang Shaobin at the .
Like Wang Guangyi, Xu Beihong and Wu Guanzhong, Zhang Xiaogang is a best-selling contemporary Chinese artist and a favorite of foreign collectors. His paintings feature prominently in the 2005 film Sunflower.
After returning to the United States in 1990, Stephan’s focus shifted to the internal arts and he became a student of Chen Taijiquan master Ren Guangyi. As one of Ren’s original four indoor disciples, Stephan is also extensively mentored by other Chen family grandmasters, and in 2000 trained at Chen Village (the historical birthplace of Taiji), Henan Province, China.
In 917, Liu Yin's brother and successor Liu Yan declared his domain a new state of Yue (shortly later renamed Han, and therefore known to historians as Southern Han), as its Emperor Gaozu. He commissioned Zhao Guangyi, Li Yinheng, and another official, Yang Dongqian, chancellors. Zhao was also made the minister of defense (兵部尚書).
Zhao Guangyi died in 940. After Zhao Guangyi's death, Liu Yan commissioned Zhao Sun as chancellor (with the designation "Tong Zhongshu Menxia Pingzhangshi" (同中書門下平章事)) as well as "Menxia Shilang" (門下侍郎, deputy head of the examination bureau (門下省)). Zhao Sun himself died in 941, while still serving as chancellor.
Curator of the year of China in France 2004, he organized an exhibition including 39 Chinese contemporary artists such as Zhang Xiaogang, Wang Guangyi, Yue Minjun, Fang Lijun, Yang Shaobin at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Marseille. Scientific advisor of the retrospective Zeng Fanzhi at the Musée d'Art moderne de la ville de Paris (October 2013 - February 2014).
Wang Guangyi (in Chinese:王广义, born 1957) is a Chinese artist. He is known as a leader of the new art movement that started in China after 1989, and for his "Great Criticism" series of paintings which use images of propaganda from the Cultural Revolution (1966–1976) and contemporary brand names from western advertising.
In 2007, the publication took part in the Documenta 12 magazines project, launched its first limited edition print by Xu Bing, and has since offered limited edition prints and photographs by some of today’s most important Chinese artists, including Wang Guangyi, Rong Rong & Inri. Each edition is commissioned by and entirely produced for Yishu.
Great Criticism is Wang Guangyi’s most famous cycle of works. These works use propaganda images of the Cultural Revolution and contemporary logos from Western advertisements. Wang Guangyi began this cycle in 1990 and ended it in 2007 when he became convinced that its international success would compromise the original meaning of the works, namely that political and commercial propaganda are two forms of brainwashing.
Zhao Guangyi was said to be a hard studier in his youth. He passed the imperial examinations in the "Jinshi" class in 887; his older brother Zhao Guangfeng had done so earlier, and his younger brother Zhao Guangyin would do so later. During the middle of the "Qianning" era (894-898) of Emperor Xuānzong's grandson Emperor Zhaozong, Zhao Guangyi was made a "Sixun Langzhong" (司勳郎中), a supervisory official at the ministry of civil service affairs (吏部, "Lìbu"), as well as a scholar at Hongwen Pavilion (弘文館). He was later made "Shanbu Langzhong" (膳部郎中), a supervisory official at the ministry of rites (禮部, "Lǐbu", note different tone than the ministry of civil service affairs) and was in charge of drafting edicts. As Zhao Guangfeng was then at the more prestigious post of the chief imperial scholar and also drafting edicts, the brothers' elevation were considered an honor. Zhao Guangyi remained at those posts after Tang's destruction in 907 and succession by Later Tang.