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Given his collaboration with Jia, Wang Hongwei is often considered the director's on-screen alter-ego.
Yu Fan, Chen Fei, Yang Fudong, ZHOU Haiying, Guo Hongwei, Zhang Hui, Yu Ji,
Hongwei District () is a district of Liaoyang City, Liaoning province, People's Republic of China.
Subsequent exhibitions included a series of solo exhibitions by young Chinese artists, such as Cheng Ran ("Cheng Ran: What Why Now"), Chen Wei ("Chen Wei: More"), Liu Chuang ("Liu Chuang: Works #16-21)", Michael Lin ("Michael Lin: Shanghai Daily"), Cui Jie ("Cui Jie"), and Guo Hongwei ("Guo Hongwei: Editing").
Meng Hongwei (; born November 1953) is a politician of the People's Republic of China and the current president of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL).
Zhang Hongwei (born April 26, 1975) is a Chinese pole vaulter. His personal best jump is 5.63 metres, achieved in May 2000 in Deyang.
Guo Hongwei is a contemporary artist based in Beijing. He was born in 1982 and graduated from the Oil Painting Department of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 2004.
In November 2016, Meng Hongwei, a politician from the People's Republic of China, was elected president at the 85th Interpol General Assembly, and will serve in this capacity until 2020.
The town is divided into 9 villages and 2 communities: Qingcao District, Chengchong District, Pingxi Village, Zhangjiadian Village, Hongwei Village, Huangbanqiao Village, Heping Village, Sanyuan Village, Xinnanqiao Village, Yajishan Village, and Yanhe Village.
Dependent ML is an experimental functional programming language proposed by Hongwei Xi and Frank Pfenning. Dependent ML extends ML by a restricted notion of dependent types: types may be dependent on static indices of type Nat. Dependent ML employs a constraint theorem prover to decide a strong equational theory over the index expressions.
Twelve teams participated in this event. China won the Asian Games team title of this men's 50m rifle three positions event. The Chinese trio of Cao Yifei, Kang Hongwei and Zhu Qinan, collected a combined total of 3502 points. South Korea finished 2nd and Japan won the bronze medal.
Xiao Shan Going Home () is a Chinese featurette directed by Jia Zhangke. The film, running around one hour in length, was made by Jia while he was attending the Beijing Film Academy and stars his friend, classmate, and now frequent collaborator, Wang Hongwei in the titular role.
Chinese athletes with disabilities carried the torch in Beijing National Stadium during the Games' Opening Ceremony. Jin Jing carried the torch into the stadium, before it was passed on to Paralympic gold medallists Wu Yunhu, Zhang Hongwei, Zhang Haidong, Sun Changting and Hou Bin. Hou then pulled himself up on a rope to the top of the stadium to light the Paralympic flame.
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.
According to the author (Hongwei Xi), ATS's efficiency is largely due to the way that data is represented in the language and tail-call optimizations (which are generally important for the efficiency of functional programming languages). Data can be stored in a flat or unboxed representation rather than a boxed representation.
Guo Hongwei has exhibited at a number of venues. In 2013, Guo appeared at UCCA in the group exhibition ON | OFF:China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice. His works were also shown at Shanghai Zendai MoMA (2007 and 2006), Today ArtMuseum (2007) and Shanghai Biennale(2012), etc.
The film was the directorial debut of Jia Zhangke, one of the major figures of the so-called Sixth Generation of Chinese cinema and stars Wang Hongwei in the titular role along with Hao Hongjian and Zuo Baitao. Xiao Wu was filmed in the city of Fenyang in 16 mm.
Hongwei Bao, author of "Queering/Querying Cosmopolitanism: Queer Spaces in Shanghai," stated that the LGBT community in Shanghai has a more cautious attitude compared to LGBT communities in other Chinese cities. Bao wrote that there is a sense that Shanghai has a culture superior to that of other areas in China and that "Shanghai’s gay identity bears the imprint of this self-identified cultural superiority brought about by their experience with colonialism and capitalism in the twentieth century."
Bin Bin, meanwhile, following the advice of his mother, tries to join the PLA, but is rejected when it is discovered that he suffers from hepatitis. Shattered, he borrows ¥1500 from a small-time crook Xiao Wu (Wang Hongwei). Bin Bin uses the money to purchase a cell phone for his girlfriend, but when she tries to get close to him, he refuses, and notes only that there is no future for him anymore.
In a study on the wave of enthusiasm for Taiwanese music and literature that swept the mainland in the 1980s, Hongwei Lu notes that "San Mao’s travel accounts of foreign cultures and life experiences gathered through her living and studying abroad provided post-Mao China with a taste of multiculturalism, and suggested the possibility of not only an expanded consciousness of the world, but a transformation of the way people think about the world and the possibility of being part of it."