Synonyms for haoran or Related words with haoran

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Examples of "haoran"
The Haoran Pavilion () stands on the lake's south shore.
Meng Haoran and Meng Jiao were descendants of Mencius who lived during the Tang dynasty.
In 1962, Hu caught in a war of works with Li Ao and Ju Haoran.
Meng Haoran and Meng Jiao were descendants of Mencius who lived during the Tang dynasty.
Puyi also adopted other names — his "zi" (字; courtesy name) was "Yaozhi" (), and his "hao" (號; pseudonym) was "Haoran" ().
Zhong Haoran (; born 15 July 1994) is a Chinese footballer who plays as a midfielder for Proleter Novi Sad.
In July 2016, Liu Shishi, Wu Xiubo and Liu Haoran became the first ambassadors of Xiaomi’s Redmi series in China.
Meng Haoran (; 689/691–740) was a major Tang dynasty poet, and a somewhat older contemporary of Wang Wei, Li Bai and Du Fu. Despite his brief pursuit of an official career, Meng Haoran mainly lived in and wrote about the area in which he was born and raised, in what is now Hubei province, China. Meng Haoran was a major influence on other contemporary and subsequent poets of the High Tang era because of his focus on nature as a main topic for poetry. Meng Haoran was also prominently featured in the Qing dynasty (and subsequently frequently republished) poetry anthology "Three Hundred Tang Poems", having the fifth largest number of his poems included, for a total of fifteen, exceeded only by Du Fu, Li Bai, Wang Wei, and Li Shangyin. These poems of Meng Haoran were available in the English translations by Witter Bynner and Kiang Kanghu, by 1920, with the publication of "The Jade Mountain". The "Three Hundred Tang Poems" also has two poems by Li Bai addressed to Meng Haoran, one in his praise and one written in farewell on the occasion of their parting company. Meng Haoran was also influential to Japanese poetry.
There are other famous poems about the Yellow Crane Tower by Li Bai. One was written on the occasion of Bai parting with his friend and poetic colleague, Meng Haoran. The poem is titled "Seeing off Meng Haoran for Guangling at Yellow Crane Tower" (黄鹤楼送孟浩然之广陵), and is shown in its original form below:
Notable poets from this era include Bai Juyi, Du Mu, Han Yu, Jia Dao, Li Qiao, Liu Zongyuan, Luo Binwang, Meng Haoran, Wang Wei, and Zhang Jiuling.
Yangzhou was frequently referenced in Chinese literature. Poet Li Bai (c.700–762) wrote in "Seeing Meng Haoran off to Yangzhou from Yellow Crane Pavilion":
In July 2016, Chinese artists - Liu Shishi, Wu Xiubo and Liu Haoran became the first ambassadors of Xiaomi's Redmi series in China.
Li Haoran (; born 12 January 1993) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Hebei China Fortune in the Chinese Super League.
Wu Haoran (; born 18 January 1994 in Heze) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Shijiazhuang Ever Bright in the Chinese Super League.
Shi Haoran (born May 13, 1990 in Wenzhou, Zhejiang) is a Chinese swimmer, who competed for Team China at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
It is not clear whether Wang Wei and Li Bai ever met, but they had a mutual friend in Meng Haoran. Li Bai and Du Fu did meet and in fact Du Fu greatly admired Li Bai.
In July 2016, Chinese artists - Liu Shishi, Wu Xiubo and Liu Haoran became the first ambassadors of Xiaomi’s Redmi series in China. Redmi Pro was appeared as Pro lineup in Redmi series.
Meng Haoran is often bracketed with Wang Wei, due to the friendship they shared and their prominence as landscape poets. In fact, Haoran composed several poems about Wei and their separation. While Wei focused on the natural world, in particular the solitude and reprieve it granted from human life along with the scale of the natural world, Meng Haoran focuses more on foreground details and human life, such as returning villagers waiting at the ferry crossing, fishermen, or (often unseen) mountain hermits dwelling in religious seclusion. His works are generally considered less consistently successful than Wang's; however, the themes and styles of Meng Haoran's poetry helped to set a convention followed by younger poets, such as Wang Wei.
Jeanette Aw plays Shi Haoran, a righteous and kind-hearted paramedic. Born to parents who are doctors, she defies her father’s wish for her to study medicine by becoming a paramedic instead, thus straining her relationship with her father. Influenced by her parents, Haoran has a strong sense of justice and responsibility and often goes beyond her duty as a paramedic during the course of her work. Initially not impressed by senior paramedic Huang Yixun’s work attitude, her opinion of him changes after seeing his genuine passion for his job.
Liu Haoran (born October 10, 1997) is a Chinese actor. He is currently studying at the Central Academy of Drama. Liu is known in China as one of the "Four Little Heavenly Kings" along with Leo Wu, Wang Junkai and Wang Yibo.