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Examples of "guoqing"
Guoqing Temple on the mountain is the headquarters of Tiantai Buddhism and also a tourist destination. Tiantai, named for the mountain, focuses on the "Lotus Sutra". The most prominent teacher of that school, Zhiyi, was based at Guoqing Temple. Over many years it has been an important destination for pilgrims, especially from Japan. The mountain was visited by Saichō in 805 who went on to found the related Japanese Buddhist school, Tendai.
Shide (, fl. 9th century) was a Tang Dynasty Chinese Buddhist poet at the Guoqing Temple on Mount Tiantai on the East China Sea coast; roughly contemporary with Hanshan and Fenggan, but younger than both of them. As close friends the three of them formed the "Tiantai Trio". Shide lived as a lay monk, and worked most of his life in the kitchen of Guoqing Temple.
At the Tiantai-Buddhist Guoqing Temple of Mount Tiantai in Zhejiang Province, there is a Chinese pagoda erected directly outside the temple known as the Memorial Pagoda of Monk Yi Xing. His tomb is also located on Mount Tiantai.
Commentaries on "Yiwenzhi" were done by Yan Shigu (581–645) and Wang Yinglin (; 1223–1296). Modern researchers on the topic include Gu Shi (顾实), Chen Guoqing and others.
When formal military ranks were introduced in 1955, Wei Guoqing was made a general, and in 1956 became an Alternate Member of the Central Committee at the Eighth National Party Congress.
Its former director-generals include Liu Shaoqi, Luo Ronghuan, Tan Zheng, Xiao Hua, Li Desheng, Zhang Chunqiao, Wei Guoqing, Yu Qiuli, Yang Baibing, Yu Yongbo, Xu Caihou, and Li Jinai. Its current head is Zhang Yang.
The Guoqing Temple where the Tiantai (), an important school of Buddhism in China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam originates, is located here. In Japan the school is known as "Tendai", and in Korea it is known as "Cheontae".
1992 Sun Nan went to Hong Kong as one of the 10 most popular singers in China.(Other 9 members are:Na Ying、Xie Xiaodong、Mao Amin、Cai Guoqing、Cheng Fangyuan、Yang Yuying、Tao Jin、Xie Jin、Teng Geer).
Jiang Guoqing (Chinese: , 1975–1997) was a Taiwanese air force private who was executed by a military tribunal on August 13, 1997 for the rape and murder of a five-year-old girl. On January 28, 2011, over 13 years after the execution, Xu Rongzhou (Chinese: 許榮洲), who had a history of sexual abuse, admitted to the prosecutor that he had been responsible for the crime. In September 2011 Guoqing was posthumously acquitted by a military court who found Guoqing's original confession had been obtained by torture. Ma Ying-jeou, Taiwan's president, apologised to Guoqing's family.
Zhang Guoqing (; born December 1964) is a Chinese politician and former corporate executive who is the current mayor of Chongqing, one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of China. An economics doctorate from Tsinghua University, Zhang had previously served as the chief executive of North Industries, a military contractor.
Legendarily, Feng appeared one day at Guoqing Temple (located by the East China Sea, in the Tiantai mountain range), a monk with an unshaven head, riding a tiger. From then on, he took up residence in the temple behind the library, where he would hull rice and chant sutras.
In August 2013, Lu convened a meeting to publicize the Chinese Dream, which was described by Chinese Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping, Charles Xue, Ji Lianhai, Pan Shiyi, Xu Shiping, Qi Xiangdong, Xu Xiaoping, Li Weining, Chen Li, Liao Hong, Gu Yongqiang, Chen Tong, Sun Jian, Hu Yanping, Gao Long, and Zhang Guoqing were invited to attend the meeting.
Wang Guoqing () used the area as a base of operations for the Chen State before he was subdued by the Sui general Yang Su in the 590s. Quanzhou proper was established under the Tang in 718 on a spit of land between two branches of the Jin River. Muslim traders reached the city early on in its existence, along with their existing trade at Guangzhou and Yangzhou.
Wei Guoqing, the chief Chinese military adviser to the Viet Minh, said he agreed. "If the U.S. does not interfere," Zhou asked, "and assuming France will dispatch more troops, how long will it take for us to seize the whole of Indochina?" In the best-case scenario, Giap replied, full victory could be achieved in two to three years. Worst case? Three to five years.".
An apocryphal story relates how Shide received his name: Once, Fenggan was travelling between Guoqing Temple and the village of Tiantai, when at the redstone rock ridge called 'Red Wall' (赤城) he heard some crying. He investigated, and found a ten-year-old boy who had been abandoned by his parents; and picked him up and took him back to the temple, where the monks subsequently raised him.
This mountain temple is the site where indigenous Chinese Buddhism branched away from Buddhist teachings and doctrine commonly found in India. From there, the Tiantai sect of Buddhism spread to both Korea and Japan during the Tang Dynasty (618–907 AD). The tall brick Guoqing Pagoda built at the temple in the year 597 AD is still standing, making it one of the oldest surviving brick pagodas in China (after the tall Chinese Songyue Pagoda built in 523 AD).
E-commerce China Dangdang Inc. (), known as Dangdang, is a Chinese electronic commerce company, founded by Peggy Yu and Li Guoqing in 1999. It is headquartered in Beijing and its main competitors are Amazon.cn (or Amazon China, formerly Joyo.com) and JD.com (or Jingdong, formerly 360buy.com). The competition escalated into a price war in December 2010, with each retailer marking down a wide range of items, especially books. DangDang made an IPO on the NYSE in November 2010, estimated at approximately US$1 billion.
On July 9, 2015, almost five years after she took Dangdang public on NYSE, Peggy Yu proposed to buyout the company from shareholders at a valuation of $630 million. Peggy Yu's proposed valuation was less than half of Dangdang's IPO valuation. The proposed buyout price, $7.81 per ADS, by Peggy Yu and her husband Guoqing Li, was the lowest among all Chinese ADRs seeking to go private, even 20% lower than the company's prior 30 days average trading price, according to Bloomberg.
The Chinese Communist Party and the Viet Minh had a long history. During the initial stages of the First Indochina War with France, the recently founded communist People's Republic of China continued the Russian mission to expand communism. Therefore, they aided the Viet Minh and became the connector between Soviets and the Vietminh. In early 1950, The Viet Minh fought independently from the 'Chinese Military Advisory Group' under Wei Guoqing. This was one of the reasons for China to cut the arms support for the Viet Minh.
Wei Guoqing (; Zhuang: Veiz Gozcing) (2 September 1913 – 14 June 1989) was a Chinese government official, military officer and political commissar. He served on the Communist Party of China's Politburo (1973–1982) and as Director of the People's Liberation Army's General Political Department (1977–1982). Wei was one of the few members of the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th Central Committees (1969–1987) and the 10th through 12th politburos not purged during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (GPCR) or Deng Xiaoping's backlash. He was also a Vice Chair of the National People's Congress Standing Committee (1975–1989) and of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (1964–1983).