Synonyms for jinguang or Related words with jinguang

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Long Jinguang () (1863 – 1917) was an ethnic Hani Chinese general of the late Qing and early Republican period of China. He was the older brother of Chinese general Long Jiguang. Both brothers supported Yuan Shikai's restoration of the monarchy.
Hu Jinguang (Chinese: 胡锦光; Pinyin: "Hú Jǐnguāng"; born February 1960) is a professor at Renmin University of China Law School, specialized in constitutional law and administrative law.
Hu Jinguang was born in Huangshan, Anhui in 1960. He received LLM degree from Renmin University of China Department of Law in 1985 and LLD degree from the same law school in 1998. He is the Director of the Constitutional Law Institute of Renmin University of China.
Xiao Jinguang (; Former name Xiao Yucheng 萧玉成 Nickname: Man Ge 满哥) (January 4, 1903 – March 29, 1989) was a revolutionary and military leader, one of the main leaders of the Red Army and the People's Liberation Army, and one of the ten senior commanders of the PLA.
Xiao Jinguang died in Beijing on 29 March 1989 from colon cancer. After the funeral, his ashes were subsequently scattered at sea, according to his wishes.Xiao was eulogized as a "great Marxist, great Proletarian Revolutionary, military strategist, one of the main leaders of People's Liberation Army Navy.
Liu loved painting from a very young age and went to Shanghai for professional studying alone at 14. When he was 17, he established the first art school of modern China—Shanghai institute of Fine Art with his friends, Wu Shiguang and Zhang Jinguang.
After the demonstrations, authorities were left to grapple with providing housing and compensation to approximately 2,300 villagers whose land had been requisitioned to make room for the copper plant. Villagers from Hongmiao and Jinguang, Shifang, reportedly received eviction notices in November 2011 and saw their homes demolished the following month. As of July 2012, they had yet to receive promised compensation from the government.
Hao Ran (Chinese: 浩然; 1932 – February 20, 2008) was the penname of Liang Jinguang (梁金广), a modern Chinese writer. He was the only author who published novels during the Cultural Revolution era. His work "Sunny Days" was praised by Jiang Qing. In 1977, he joined the Revolutionary Committee of Beijing. His autobiography was published in 2000.
On April 14, 1950, the PLA Navy Command was established in Beijing, which is the China's highest naval organ. The Commander of the PLA Navy is nominated by the President for appointment from any eligible officers holding the rank of admiral (shang jiang), and under the leadership of the Central Military Commission. Senior General Xiao Jinguang was the first commander of the PLA Navy.
Li was twice married. Originally wed to musician Jin Tielin. After a turbulent divorce, she remarried in 1976. Xiao Zhuoneng (), her second husband, the son of Xiao Jinguang, who was one of the ten senior commanders of the People's Liberation Army. The couple has a daughter, Xiao Yi ().
In 1933, as the Commander of Fujian and Jiangxi Provincial Military District, Xiao was defeated in a battle in Huchuan (浒川), Jiangxi. The leaders of "Leftism" Wang Ming blamed Xiao for losing Lichuan (黎川) to the enemy, expelled him from CCP and sentenced him to five years' imprisonment. Fortunately, due to the effort of Mao Zedong and others, Xiao Jinguang was released to the Red Army University as a teacher and participated in the Long March with the Central Red Army. Owing to Xiao's contribution in defending the security of the Central Committee of Party, during the Zunyi Conference, the Party Central Committee corrected the erroneous treatment of Xiao Jinguang. Xiao was soon appointed Chief of Staff of the third corps of the First Red Army.
Renmin University of China Law School, formerly Renmin University of China Department of Law, is the school of law under Renmin University of China. It was founded as the Department of Law in 1950 and renamed to Law School in 1988. According to evaluation reports of Ministry of Education of China in both 2004 and 2009, Renmin University of China Law School ranked 1st among law schools in China. Its current dean is Han Dayuan, Honorary Dean is Zeng Xianyi, Deputy Deans are Long Yifei, Liu Mingxiang, Hu Jinguang, and Wang Yi.
On his visit to Jin'ao Island to see "Tongtian Jiaozhu"--the founder of Branch Jie, Guangchengzi killed Tongtian Jiaozhu's student "Jinguang Shengmu" by mistake, which made the other people from Branch Jie very angry. Guangchengzi was able to leave that island after that, but the direct war between Branch Jie and Branch Chan began. That huge war had lasted for a long time, lots of gods and Xians got injured or even killed in the war. And at last the Branch Chan beat Branch Jie.
Long's older brother Jinguang was also a general. Long began his military career suppressing anti-Qing rebellion by Republican revolutionaries in China. After the fall of the Qing, he supported Yuan Shi-kai against Sun Yat-sen. After Yuan created the Empire of China, Long fought against the Guangxi warlords Lu Rongting and Li Liejun, who opposed Yuan's restoration of the monarchy. An opponent of the Constitutional Protection Movement, Yuan fled southern China to Beijing, where he supported Duan Qirui and the Anhui clique until their defeat in the Zhili-Anhui War. Long died in Beijing on the same day as Sun Yat-sen.
In August 1973, he was elected as a member of The 10th Central Congress. In 1975, he worked as a member of The Third National People's Congress. In October 1976,Xiao met with Marshal Ye Jianying, and suggested to clear the Gang of Four (四人帮). In August 1977, He was elected as a member of The 11th Central Congress. In May 5, 1979, the CPC Central Committee rehabilitated Xiao’s unjust verdict, and in the following month he was elected as the vice chairman of the fifth Standing Committee of National People's Congress. In January 1980, Xiao Jinguang retired from the Navy leadership positions; and two years later he worked as a member of the Advisory Committee of the CPC Central Committee (中共中央顾问委员会)."
For one century, with the school principle of Simple, Sincere, Self-possessed and resolute, the school has sent a total of more than 78,000 qualified graduates, maintaining a large number of excellent people. Changjun High School obtains high reputation not only for its famous teachers such as Xu Teli, Li Weihan, Chen Zizhan and Zhou Shizhao, but also for its distinguished students including revolutionists such as Ren Bishi, Li Lisan, Li Fuchun, Xiao Jinguang, Chen Geng and Zeng San, 13 academicians such as Zhang Xiaoqian and Shen Qizheng. Besides them, esthetician Cai Yi, musician Lu Ji and youth singer Zhang Ye and Chen Xiaoduo once studied here. The school has 17 items of annually-awarded scholarship fund and 4 items of special teachers’ educational fund set up by well-known alumni.
From 1962, he was ostracized by Lin Biao.In March 1965, Xiao Jinguang still worked as a member of the third the national people's Congress. In August 6, the People's Liberation Army Navy engaged with KMT, spitchering Kuomintang’s Zhangjiang Gunboat and Jianmen Gunboat. In January 1967 Xiao was criticized by error, and was deprived of the presiding work of Navy. In 1971, After the September 18 incident, Xiao returned to his work in the navy and took charge of producing nuclear-powered submarines (including the nuclear submarine) and missile flooding aircraft. However, at that moment, he was under great duress and violence due to Cultural Revolution and Gang of Four. One of the lies ever perpetrated on him was that he was the man who had been on pirate ship (上了贼船). But Mao Zedong declared that: "Xiao is a lifetime naval commander, when he is alive, no one can substitute."
Different Chinese Buddhist schools and texts give sometimes conflicting interpretations of "yingshen" and "huashen". The Northern Wei (386-534) dynasty "She dasheng lun" 攝大乘論 translation of the "Mahāyāna-samgraha" directly uses "yingshen" to translate "nirmāṇakāya" (Sharf 2002: 103). The "Jinguang mingjing" 金光明經 "Golden Light Sutra" ("Suvarṇaprabhāsa Sūtra") distinguishes the "huashen" "transformation body" ("nirmāṇakāya") that can be seen by all beings in whatever form best suits their needs from the "yingshen" "resonant body" (functionally the "saṃbhogakāya"), possessing the 32 major signs and 80 minor marks of a Buddha, that is only manifest to buddhas and bodhisattvas (Sharf 2002: 104-105). The "Dasheng qixin lun" 大乘起信論 or "Awakening of Faith in the Mahayana" makes no distinction between the two, with the "yingshen" "response body" being the Buddha of the 32 signs who revealed himself to the earthly disciples.
In March 1937, Xiao Jinguang was transferred to the Central Revolutionary Military Commission in Yan'an, where Xiao worked a full eight years. On July 7, 1937, the Marco Polo Bridge Incident triggered the Second Sino-Japanese War. Xiao attended the Luochuan Meeting from August 22 to 25. For the defense of the location of the CPC Central Committee—the Shanxi-Gansu-Ningxia Border Region, the Central Military Commission set up in border area stay forces and also the Eighth Route Army Rear Headquearters for the unified command, and Xiao was appointed director. In the meantime, Xiao eliminated the bandits to defend the Party Central Committee, to consolidate and expand the stay forces. In August 1938, the Eighth Route Army Rear Headquearters was renamed the Eighth Route Army Stay Corps, Xiao was appointed commander (concurrently political commissar later). Under the command of the Xiao, Stay Corps defensing the River (the Yellow River) operated more than 70 combats against the Japanese armies, giving the enemy a heavy blow, successfully defended the Shaanxi-Gansu-Ningxia Border Region."
Ren Bishi was born under rural conditions and was taught by his father, whom taught at two small public schools in Hunan. He entered the Hunan First Normal University in 1915 and joined Mao Zedong in 1920 to set up the Russian Research Center. In the same year, he also joined the youth wing of the soon to be Chinese Communist Party in Shanghai. In May 1921, Ren and 5 other including Liu Shaoqi and Xiao Jinguang embarked on a chartered trip to Soviet Union, going around Nagasaki, Vladivostok and the White movement blockade. Arriving in August 1921, these 6 people entered the Communist University of the Toilers of the East. Ren joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1922 and replaced Qu Qiubai as the translator of the history of Western revolutionary movement. After completing his studies on 23 July 1924, he arrived in Shanghai in August 1928 after a train ride in Siberia and a chartered boat from Vladivostok. Under the orders of the Party, Ren was appointed to be a lecturer of the Russian language at the Shanghai University. He was appointed to the Zhejiang and Anhui District Committee in 1924 and was responsible for publications such as "China Youth", "Mission Journal" and "Friends of Civilians".