Synonyms for guofu or Related words with guofu

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Examples of "guofu"
Chen Guofu or Chen Kuo-fu (; 5 October 1892 – 25 August 1951), was a Chinese politician in the Republic of China. His surname is "祖燾", also called him "Guofu(果夫)".
Guofu Zhou is an American economist, currently the Frederick Bierman and James E. Spears Professor of Finance at Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis.
A Taiwanese movie "Wǒ de měilì yǔ āichōu" 我的美麗與哀愁 directed by Chen Guofu, with cinematography by Christopher Doyle and starring Luo Ruoying shared the same English title.
Chen Lifu was the younger brother of Chen Guofu. As a result of the two brothers significant influence in the KMT government, they formed a political faction known as the CC Clique.
Wang and Zhu Guofu defended martial arts historian Tang Hao (Tang Fansheng) from opponents who were angered by his work "Shaolin-Wudang Kao" which refuted the story of Bodhidharma and Zhang Sanfeng as being the creators of Shaolin and Taijiquan.
In June 9, 1994, businessman Chen Guohua and Chen Guofu set up the Jumpin Gym U.S.A . Company to break the traditional amusement park business model, "value for money" business philosophy, innovation and playground image.
In 2008, it was widely reported that Zhang Zhi'an (张治安), the Communist Party chief of Yingquan District, nicknamed the "White House Party Chief," had been suspended from his office on June 5, 2008, along several other officials. They were under investigation for the death of Li Guofu (李国福), a businessman who acted as a whistleblower. In Beijing, Li Guofu had accused Zhang of corruption and abuse of power, and hoped that Yingquan District would reclaim the area as farmland. In August 2007, Li Guofu was arrested by the Yingquan government on corruption charges and imprisoned. Zhang interrogated Li, threatening his family, and extracted a confession from him. On March 13, 2008, just hours before he was scheduled to see a lawyer, Li Guofu was found hanged. Although his death was deemed a suicide, media reported that Li Guofu's body was bruised and his mouth was tightly shut, uncharacteristic of a suicide by hanging. On February 8, 2010, Zhang was found guilty of taking bribes, retaliation, and framing an innocent person, and was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve.
Second, Schipper notes that despite the title and preface, the "Yunji qiqian" "is not divided into seven parts; it does not even contain the slightest trace of such an arrangement." Lin cites Chen Guofu 陳國符 that the titular "qiqian" means "seven sections" of the Daoist Canon and not sections of the "Yunji qiqian".
Chen Qimei (; January 17, 1878 – May 18, 1916) was a Chinese revolutionary activist, close political ally of Sun Yat-sen, and early mentor of Chiang Kai-shek. He was as one of the founders of the Republic of China, and the uncle of Chen Guofu and Chen Lifu.
Chiang Kai-shek was not keen on sending his son to the USSR, but after a discussion with Chen Guofu (陳果夫) he finally agreed. In a 1996 interview, Ch'en's brother, Li-fu, claimed that the reason behind Chiang Kai-shek acceptance was the need to have Soviet support during a period when his hold over the KMT was not guaranteed.
The CC Clique (), or Central Club Clique (), was one of the political factions within the Kuomintang (The Chinese Nationalist Party), in the Republic of China (1912–49). It was led by the brothers Chen Guofu and Chen Lifu, friends of Chiang Kai-shek.
On 22 November 2012, the FARC released four Chinese oil workers. The hostages were working for the Emerald Energy oil company, a British-based subsidiary of China's Sinochem Group, when they were kidnapped on 8 June 2011. Their Colombian driver was also kidnapped, but released several hours later. Authorities identified the freed men as Tang Guofu, Zhao Hongwei, Jian Mingfu, and Jiang Shan.
Wukang Road has been home for numerous Chinese celebrities, especially during the mid-20th century. Famous residents include revolutionary Huang Xing, first lady Soong Ching-ling, high-ranking politicians Zhou Fohai, Tang Shaoyi, Chen Lifu, Chen Guofu, Chen Yi, Deng Xiaoping, writers Ba Jin, Zheng Zhenduo, Li Shizeng, singer Zhou Xuan, and many movie stars and business tycoons.
In 1924, Chang returned to China and became a member of the KMT. In 1927, in the midst of Northern Expedition and of the split between the rightists and the leftists within the KMT, Chang served in the Political Department of the 10th Army of the National Revolutionary Army then based in Wuhan and under the influence of the KMT left-wingers. Shortly after Chiang Kai-shek purged the leftists and stood out as the new strongman within the KMT, Chang was sent to North China to handle local party affairs. In 1928, Chiang completed the Northern Expedition and unified China. By this time, Chang had joined the “Central Club” (C.C. Clique) and became a close associate with Chen Lifu and Chen Guofu, leaders of the Clique. In 1929, he served as secretary of the KMT Department of Organization headed by Chen Guofu.
According to the memoir of Xu Guofu, the commander of the 119 Division and also the battlefield commander of Chipyong-ni, five Chinese infantry regiments were planned to attack the UN troops in this area by Deng Hua, the third commander and commissar of the Chinese People Volunteer Army. However, two regiments (343rd & 376th) lost their ways in dark and went to wrong places. In the end, only three regiments (356th, 357th, and 359th) around 3,000 soldiers, conducted the attack on Chipyong-ni.
They also drew patronage from political and military leaders across party lines. Luminaries who lent support include Chen Guofu, Zhou Fohai, Feng Yuxiang, Jiang Qing, Tong Lin'ge, Zhao Dengyu, Fu Zuoyi, Ma Bufang, Wang Luobin, Zhu Shaoliang, Chen Cheng, Zhou Enlai, Guo Moruo, Tian Han, Bai Chongxi, Du Yuming, Li Jishen, Zhang Fakui, Li Kenong, Liao Chengzhi, Liu Shaoqi, Chen Yi, Zhang Aiping, Huang Kecheng, Su Yu, Rao Shushi and Zhu De. Tao Xingzhi recounted the group's exploits in his fundraising trips overseas.
Chen Lifu and his older brother Chen Guofu were nephews of Chen Qimei, who until his assassination by the Chinese warlord Yuan Shih-kai in 1916 was the mentor of upcoming Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek. Because of those personal ties, the Chen brothers came to direct the organizational operations of the Chiang-dominated KMT, founding their own political organization known as the CC Clique.
Then Li Shuangze sang the Taiwan folk songs “Bu po wang 補破網[fill the nets (or: pull up the nets)],” “Heng chunzhi ge 恆春之歌 Constant Spring Song,” “Yuye hua 雨夜花 Flower of A Rainy Night” and the song called “Guofu jinian ge 國父紀念歌 Sun Yat-sen Memorial Song.” See: Xu Zhiyuan, Cóng xiàoyuán míngē kàn qī ○niándài de táiwān shèhuì (從校園民歌看七○年代的台灣社會 / Seeing Taiwan society of the 70s through campus folk music?),research article, also online on the Nanhua University website: .
It's clear to Yu that the woman Ma Yue'e (Li Yanqiu), the wife of Adjutant Zhang (Zhao Chengshun), and Yang Baozhu (Wang Guofu), an orderly, are deeply in love with each other. They request that they be executed together, and Ma Yue'e explains that she betrayed Adjutant Zhang with his permission, because he is impotent. To help save their lives, Yu begs for forgiveness with Ma Muyuan, but is frustrated by Ma Muyuan's arrogance and lack of compassion. He attempts to write a letter to his superior to resign.
Xu Enzeng () (1896–1985) was a Republic of China politician. He was born in Wuxing, Huzhou, Zhejiang Province. A graduate of Nanyang University, he later went to the United States to attend Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After returning to China, he joined the Kuomintang. In 1927, after the April 12 Incident, he became an associate of brothers Chen Guofu and Chen Lifu. He later worked alongside Dai Li at the Bureau of Investigation and Statistics. In March 1949, he left mainland China and immigrated to Taiwan, where he stayed for the rest of his life.