Synonyms for jianxing or Related words with jianxing

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Examples of "jianxing"
The Chinese Buddhist term "jianxing" () compounds:
The Jianxing Formation () is located in Suiling County, Heilongjiang Province and is composed of basal conglomerate, gravel-bearing coarse-grained sandstone, with interbeds of siltstone, mudstone and coal seams. The Jianxing Formation has been dated to the Early Cretaceous period.
Thus, "jianxing" was the translation for "dṛṣṭi-svabhāva", "view one's essential nature".
The (c. 8th century) Chinese "Platform Sutra" (2, Prajñā "wisdom, understanding") first records "jianxing".
The Standard Chinese pronunciation "jianxing" historically derives from (c. 7th century CE) Middle Chinese "kiensjäŋ". Sino-Xenic pronunciations of this term exist:
The township comprises 19 villages: Cailiao, Dapu, Gaoshu, Guangfu, Guangxing, Jianxing, Jiuliao, Jiuzhuang, Nanhua, Sima, Taishan, Tianzi, Tungxing, Tungzhen, Xinfeng, Xinnan, Yanshu, Yuanquan and Zhangrong.
Most historical sources indicate that Zhang Mao, like his brother Zhang Shi, continued to use Emperor Min of Jin's era name "Jianxing" (both to show continued allegiance to Jin and to distance himself from Emperor Yuan of Jin and his line) but some sources indicate that he changed era name to "Yongguang" (永光 yǒng guāng 320–323). A current theory is that his era name was used internally while the "Jianxing" era name was used when communicating with other states.
Suobi is also spoken in Xinping Yi and Dai Autonomous County (in Meiziqing 梅子箐 of Jianxing 建兴乡, and Dazhai 大寨 of Fuxing 复兴).
On September 30, 2009 when Jianxing Hall, the newly built Dharma hall, was put into use, Xuecheng stated the guiding principles for the long-term management of Longquan Monastery:
In Jianxing Township 建兴乡, Xinping County, Yunnan, Lalu 腊鲁 is spoken in the two administrative villages of Malutang 马鹿塘 and Mowei 磨味 by about 3,000 people (Wang 2011:11,20).
Zhaoyang, Dajia, Shuntian, Kongmen, Pingan, Zhuangmei, Xinmei, Minshan, Zhongshan, Nanyang, Xunfeng, Yihe, Wuling, Wenqu, Wuqu, Wenwu, Fenghua, Dehua, Jiangnan, Dingdian, Taibai, Mengchun, Xingfu, Rinan, Longquan, Xiqi, Tongan, Fude and Jianxing Village.
The township comprises 23 villages: Ailiao, Daxin, Fengtian, Futian, Hexing, Jianxing, Laobei, Liming, Longquan, Longtan, Meihe, Neipu, Neitian, Shangshu, Shuimen, Tungning, Tungpian, Tungshi, Xingnan, Yiting, Zhenfeng, Zhonglin and Zhuwei.
Most historical sources indicate that Zhang Jun, like his father Zhang Shi and his uncle Zhang Mao, continued to use Emperor Min of Jin's era name "Jianxing" (both to show continued allegiance to Jin and to distance himself from Emperor Yuan of Jin and his line) but some sources indicate that he changed era name to "Taiyuan" (太元 tài yuán 324–346). A current theory is that his era name was used internally while the "Jianxing" era name was used when communicating with other states.
Most historical sources indicate that Zhang Chonghua, like his grandfather Zhang Shi (張寔), his granduncle Zhang Mao, and his father Zhang Jun, continued to use Emperor Min of Jin's era name "Jianxing" (both to show continued allegiance to Jin and to distance himself from Emperor Yuan of Jin and his line) but some sources indicate that he changed era name to "Yongle" (永樂 yǒng lè 346-353). A current theory is that his era name was used internally while the "Jianxing" era name was used when communicating with other states.
The second of three children, Hsu was born to a Taiwanese father and Tayal Taiwanese Aborigine mother as Hsu Su-chuan (), and used this name until she began her modeling career. Her parents divorced when she was a young child. She attended Taipei Jianxing Elementary School and Taipei Shulinguo Junior High School.
After 356, the era name of Emperor Min of Jin, "Jianxing", was used until 361, when Former Liang switched to using the current era names used by Jin -- therefore, Emperor Mu's "Shengping" in 361 and Emperor Ai's "Longhe" in 362-363.
The founder, Tao Jianxing, took over the management of Taizhou Cooling Equipment Factory in 1985, which gradually expanded in the air conditioner market. The current Chunlan Group Corp was founded in 1993, and has been the leading manufacturer of air conditioners in China.
Wei Jianxing (; January 1931 – 7 August 2015) was a senior leader in the Communist Party of China, most active during the 1980s and 1990s. He successively held a number of important offices, including member of the Politburo Standing Committee, the Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Communist Party Secretary of Beijing and the chairman of All-China Federation of Trade Unions.
Wei Jianxing was born in Xinchang County, Zhejiang Province. He moved to Shanghai and entered Guanghua University High School in 1947, where he became close to fellow Zhejiang native and Guanghua alumnus Qiao Shi, who was a leader of the student movement of the underground Communist Party of China (CPC). Wei joined the CPC in March 1949.
In 1987, Song left the Planning Commission to replace Wei Jianxing as head of the CPC Central Organization Department. Song announced a decision by the Communist Party of China to expel members of the communist party who were sympathetic to pro-democracy demonstrations in the spring of 1989.