Synonyms for hanchao or Related words with hanchao

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Examples of "hanchao"
Yu Hanchao (; born 25 February 1987) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Guangzhou Evergrande in the Chinese Super League.
In 2006, Bu Xin started his professional footballer career with Liaoning Whowin in the Chinese Super League. He would eventually make his league debut for Liaoning on 10 May 2008 in a game against Beijing Guoan,coming on as a substitute for Yu Hanchao in the 60th minute.
In 2010, the University of Washington Press published a book by China historian Hanchao Lu entitled "The Birth of a Republic: Francis Stafford’s Photographs of China’s 1911 Revolution and Beyond". This volume used over 150 of the photographs from the Collection, describing each one in its historical context. The book is intended for an academic audience.
Wang made debut for the Chinese national team in a 1-0 win against Iran on 1 June 2009, coming on as a substitute for Yu Hanchao. He scored his first international goal on 6 June 2013 in a 2-1 loss against Uzbekistan.
Wu Pingfeng made his first appearance for the Chinese national football team in Bahrain on 7 December 2002, in a friendly match against Syria. His second international cap for China came when he was called to the China national team by José Camacho in October 2011 and played for China on 11 October 2011 in a 1–0 home defeat against Iraq, coming on as a substitute for Yu Hanchao in the second half.
On 10 June 2014, Li transferred to fellow Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande along with his teammate Yu Hanchao. He made his debut for the club on 27 July 2014 in a 1-0 win against Henan Jianye, coming on as a substitute for Liu Jian in the 70th minute. He was excluded from Guangzhou's squad after June 2016 when manager Luiz Felipe Scolari stated that he would never use Li. Li made his return on 9 August 2016 in a 0-0 draw against Beijing Guoan after compromising with Scolari.
On 29 June 2015, Paulinho joined Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande for €14 million (£9.9 million), signing a four-year deal. He was signed by his former international manager, Luiz Felipe Scolari. On 11 July 2015, he made his debut in a 0–2 away victory against Changchun Yatai, coming on as a substitute for Yu Hanchao in the 78th minute. On 25 August 2015, Paulinho scored his first goal for Guangzhou with a 35-yard free-kick in the first leg of a 2015 AFC Champions League knock-out stage match against Japanese side Kashiwa Reysol. On 13 December 2015, Paulinho scored a header against Club América in the third and final minute of the added-time in the quarter-final in the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup, making the game 2–1 and putting Evergrande into the semi-final. In January 2017, Paulinho extended his contract with Guangzhou until 31 December 2020.
"Zhōngguó" is the most common sinitic name for China in modern times. The first appearance of on an artifact was in the Western Zhou on a ritual vessel known as He zun. It is formed by combining the characters "zhōng" () meaning "central" or "middle," and "guó" (/), representing "state" or "states,"; in contemporary usage, "nation." Prior to the Qin unification of China "Zhongguo" referred to the "Central States"; the connotation was the primacy of a culturally distinct core area, centered on the Yellow River valley, as distinguished from the tribal periphery. In later periods, however, "Zhongguo" was not used in this sense. Dynastic names were used for the state in Imperial China and concepts of the state aside from the ruling dynasty were little understood. Rather, the country was called by the name of the dynasty, such as "Han dynasty" (Hanchao 漢朝), "Tang dynasty" (Tangchao 唐朝), "The Great Ming" (Daming 大明), "The Great Qing" (Daqing 大清), as the case might be. Until the 19th century when the international system came to require a common legal language, there was no need for a fixed or unique name.
Yu Hanchao started his football career with Liaoning Whowin in 2005 after making his debut on 22 May 2005 in a 0-0 draw against Inter Shanghai. By the end of the 2005 season, he played in 13 league games and scored his first goal on 5 November 2005 in a 4-1 loss against Shandong Luneng. The next season would see Yu establish himself further by playing in thirteen more games; however, it wasn't until the 2008 league season when he would cement his position as a regular within the squad. While he my have established himself within the team, he was unable to replicate his performances that saw him break into the squad and Liaoning were relegated at the end of the 2008 league season. Despite this setback, Yu would remain with the club and helped them back into the top tier when he won the second division title with the team. Before the 2013 season started, Yu transferred to Dalian Aerbin for a then record-breaking domestic transfer fee.