Synonyms for jingyao or Related words with jingyao

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Examples of "jingyao"
Wang Jingyao (; usually referred to in the media as Jingyao Wang; born September 27, 1990) is a Chinese beauty pageant contestant from Shandong.
Yu Jingyao (born 13 February 1999) is a Chinese swimmer. She competed in the women's 200 metre breaststroke event at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Most articles in "The Shian Kian Weekly Review" was written by Mao himself. In the mid of August 1919, it was banned by Zhang Jingyao, the governor of Hunan province. It was only published 5 times.
In August 1919, Zhang Jingyao censored Mao Zedong's "Xiang-jiang River Commentary" magazine because of Mao's efforts to organize the movement for expelling him from the governorship. Mao led a Hunan students' delegation to Peking where he appealed nationwide for support and revealed Zhang Jingyao's atrocities in Hunan Province.
Following the overthrow of Hunanese warlord Zhang Jingyao by generals favourable to Mao, in September 1920 he was appointed director of the primary school attached to the First Normal School of Changsha. Now possessing social status and material wealth, he was able to marry Kaihui.
Zhang Jingyao, (; ; 1881–1933), was a Chinese General, the military governor of Chahar and later Hunan Province. He was known as one of the most notorious of China's war-lords, known for his troops' atrocities and the looting of Hunan of its wealth during his administration. He was removed from office for his abuses and eventually assassinated in 1933 for aiding the Empire of Japan by attempting to set up the monarchy of Puyi in northern China with Japanese money.
In addition to his correspondence work, he wrote several works that were published in Europe. These covered topics such as the Ailanthus Silkmoth, Chinese varnishing and fireworks, as well as a French-Chinese dictionary. He also published a copy of a 16th-century botanical illustration work (the "Yuzhi bencao pinhui jingyao"). D'Incarville died in Beijing in June 1757. Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu named the bignoniaceae genus "incarvillea" after him.
At Yochow on June 16, 1920, Zhang's troops murdered an American missionary, William A. Reimert. This provoked the intervention of an American gunboat "Upshur", which sent ashore a landing party of one officer and 40 men on June 25 to protect the American mission. Two days later—when local tensions had eased—they were reembarked. On the 29th, Zhang Jingyao, was removed from office, and the Chinese foreign office investigated the incident and expressed its profound regrets to the Americans. Zhang was later pardoned, in obscure circumstances.
Zhang Jingyao was born in 1881 and became a General in the Beiyang Army and then was part of the Anhui clique. He was Military Governor of Chahar Province from October 18, 1917 to March 29, 1918. He was then given the post of Military Governor of Hunan province from March 1918. While he was governor his troops committed many atrocities, killing civilians, robbing the wealthy, and raping women throughout the time they garrisoned the province. He is also said to have reduced the province to a state of beggary.
In 1920, he became brigade commander of the 4th Mixed Brigade of the Hunan Army, he took part in the expulsion of Zhang Jingyao movement with Mao Zedong, who will be the future leader of Communist Party. He was promoted to commanding officer of the 9th Division in 1924. In 1926, the Nationalist government commissioned him as the commanding officer of the 4th Division of the 2nd National Revolutionary Army, he led the troops to the Northern Expedition. In 1929, he was commanding officer of the 18th Division, and that same year, he was promoted to Lieutenant general, but soon was transferred to Jiangxi to defend the Red Army.
84 contestants pre-taped the national costume introduction including Turks & Caicos – Jewel Selver. Top 15 were announced, followed by Dayana Mendoza sharing about her experiences as Miss Universe 2008. The Top 15 semi-finalists competed in the Swimsuit competition which Top 10 finalists completed in the Evening Gown competition. The televised audiences could see the judges' average combined scores. Before announcing the finalists, there were two special awards – Miss Congeniality and Miss Photogenic were given. Both were claimed by candidates from Asia – Wang Jingyao of China and Chutima Durongdej of Thailand. Dayana Mendoza revealed that the new Miss Universe crown was the "Peace" model. The Top 5 finalists completed in the final question round. The 4 runners-up were announced first, followed by the new Miss Universe 2009 – Stefanía Fernández.
Li Lin then ordered his generals Hun Weiming (渾惟明) to attack Li Xiyan, and Ji Guangchen (季廣琛) to attack Li Chengshi (李成式) the secretary general of Guangling Commandery (廣陵, roughly modern Yangzhou). He himself advanced to Dangtu (當塗, in modern Ma'anshan, Anhui). Li Xiyan sent his subordinates Yuan Jingyao (元景曜) and Yan Jingzhi (閻敬之) and Li Chengshi sent his subordinate Li Chengqing (李承慶) to resist Li Lin, but Li Lin's forces killed Yan, and Yuan and Li Chengqing surrendered to Li Lin. Meanwhile, Gao, Lai, and Wei rendezvoused at Anlu (安陸, in modern Xiaogan, Hubei) and public declared their intent to suppress Li Lin's rebellion.
In Changsha, Mao had begun teaching history at the Xiuye Primary School and organizing protests against the pro-Duan Governor of Hunan Province, Zhang Jingyao, popularly known as "Zhang the Venomous" due to his corrupt and violent rule. In late May, Mao co-founded the Hunanese Student Association with He Shuheng and Deng Zhongxia, organizing a student strike for June and in July 1919 began production of a weekly radical magazine, "Xiang River Review" ("Xiangjiang pinglun"). Using vernacular language that would be understandable to the majority of China's populace, he advocated the need for a "Great Union of the Popular Masses", strengthened trade unions able to wage non-violent revolution. His ideas were not Marxist, but heavily influenced by Kropotkin's concept of .
Xia was born in 1900, in Zigui County, Hubei Province to Xia Shaofan (夏绍范) and Lu Yunfeng (陆云凤). He was born in a well-educated family, and his family had been government officials for generations. His father was an officer, but died when Xia was young. Xia joined in founding Xiangnan Student Union and served as the chief secretary, leading a student movement against feudalism and imperialism. In 1920, Xia led the Xiangnan Student Union to fight against General Zhang Jingyao. Xia was a pioneer of the Chinese Communist Party. in 1922, Xia was in charge of the Hunan Student Union, leading a strike of rickshaw drivers and a boycott of Japanese products. Xia participated in many other movements such as the Autumn Harvest Uprising. At the beginning of 1928, Xia was sent to work in Hubei as the commissioner of the CPC Hubei District Committee. On March 18, he was betrayed and arrested by the Kuomintang in Wuhan. He was executed two days later.