Synonyms for jiping or Related words with jiping

zhimin              jiafu              weiping              xiuwen              yanming              wenbin              zhihong              guowei              yuping              wenjie              jingwen              jianqiang              xiaoyan              jingsheng              qiming              yijun              xuefei              yonggang              guohui              jianjun              shuxian              guojun              jianhua              yanfeng              junyu              xiaodong              benshan              jiasheng              zhiyong              xianying              xiaobin              wenkang              bingjun              weicheng              zhiguo              wenyi              guofu              weijie              xufeng              weiyi              jianmin              shuyan              yongjun              yongqing              haitao              jizhong              peiyi              yunpeng              xiaonan              weiqing             



Examples of "jiping"
The music for the series was composed by Zhao Jiping.
Zhou Jiping graduated from China University of Petroleum in Geology.
Since 2013, Zhou Jiping has served as Chairman and CEO of China National Petroleum Corporation.
The opera is unrelated to the soundtrack to Chen Kaige's "Farewell My Concubine", which was composed by Zhao Jiping.
Zhou Jiping (born 1952) is the general manager and then chairman of the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).
In March 2014, CNPC chairman Zhou Jiping announced that CNPC would be opening six business units to private investors.
There are many elementary schools and four middle schools: Nibei Middle School, Beidong Middle School, Beixi Middle School and Jiping Middle School.
Qi Jiping (born December 5, 1995) is a Chinese baseball pitcher who plays with the Sichuan Dragons in the China Baseball League.
The conservatory includes departments in composition, vocal music, folk music, orchestral music, piano, musical education, and dance. Its attached pre-college school (grades 7-12) currently has over 400 students. The conservatory's president is Zhao Jiping.
Cheung Jiping (張志平, age 32), a manager of Mighty Current, was taken away from his wife's home in Fenggang, Dongguan by at least a dozen men in plainclothes.
Zhao Jiping () (b. Pingliang, Gansu, China, August 1945) is a Chinese composer from Shaanxi. He is best known for his film scores for the Fifth Generation Chinese director Zhang Yimou.
The Ensemble has regularly commissioned new works from across a broad musical spectrum, including works by Zhao Jiping and Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky, and is known for its series of interdisciplinary festivals and residencies presented in North America, Europe, and Asia. They have performed in many locations along the historic Silk Road, including Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, India, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.
The school was established in March 1998 by the President of China Development Co Ltd and Pine Real Estate Development Corporation, Mr Jiping Chen () who was awarded the title of honorary citizen in 2000 by the Jiangmen government in part due to this contribution to the city's development.
Lü Kai (birth and death dates unknown), courtesy name Jiping, was an official of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. He served as the Administrator of Yongchang commandery (永昌郡). He defended it from Yong Kai's rebel forces at one time. During Zhuge Liang's Southern Campaign, he presented Zhuge Liang with a map of the Nanzhong region and served as a guide for the army.
The prison was originally built to house Kuomintang (Nationalist) war criminals, but due to secrecy, the name was not publicized. Instead, it was simply referred as project #156, since it was number 156 out of 157 projects that China established with Soviet assistance. The head of Beijing Bureau of Public Security, Feng Jiping () was in charge of construction of the prison. Ironically, during the Cultural Revolution he was among the first to be jailed there. He was also one of the last to get out among those who were sent to the prison with him.
"The past two decades have witnessed a sharp decline in men’s provider role, caused in part by growing female labor participation and in part by the weakening of men’s absolute power due to increased rates of unemployment and underemployment" states sociologist Jiping Zuo. She continues on to state that "Women’s growing earning power and commitment to the paid workforce together with the stagnation of men’s social mobility make some families more financially dependent on women. As a result, the foundations of the male dominance structure have been eroded."
On 4 February 2016, provincial authorities in Guangdong confirmed that Lui Bo, Cheung Jiping, and Lam Wing-kee had been taken into custody in relation to a case involving Gui Minhai. The Guangdong authorities accused them of being "involved in illegal activities on the mainland" saying that "criminal compulsory measures were imposed on them". On 28 February, the three men appeared on Phoenix Television along with Gui Minhai in which they confessed to conspiring with Gui to send banned books to mainland customers and expressed remorse for their "illegal book trading"; Lam, further claiming Gui's books were fabrication, having been compiled from information obtained from the internet and magazines, acknowledged that the books "generated lots of rumours in society and brought a bad influence". Phoenix TV, citing police sources, said the three men showed "good attitude" by confessing and might be allowed to return to Hong Kong within the week while they await trial. According to the Hong Kong government, Lui Bo had returned to Hong Kong and met with Hong Kong police on the morning of 4 March. He requested that his missing person case be closed and expressed that he does not require assistance from the Hong Kong government and police. Cheung Jiping also came back to Hong Kong two days later, and also asked the Hong Kong police to drop his missing person case. It appears that both men returned to mainland China hours after meeting with the Hong Kong authorities.
Wu Man (; born in Hangzhou, Zhejiang) is a Chinese pipa player and composer. Trained in Pudong-style pipa performance at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, she is known for playing in a broad range of musical styles and introducing the pipa and its Chinese heritage into Western genres. She has performed and recorded extensively with Kronos Quartet and Silk Road Ensemble, and has premiered works by Philip Glass, Lou Harrison, Terry Riley, Bright Sheng, Tan Dun, Zhao Jiping, and Zhou Long, among many others. She has recorded and appeared on over 40 albums, five of which have been nominated for Grammy Awards. In 2013, she was named Instrumentalist of the Year by "Musical America", becoming the first performer of a non-Western instrument to receive this award. She also received The United States Artist' Award in 2008.
On the evening of December 30, 2015, a Hong Kong citizen Lee Bo (李波), disappeared. His wife shortly received a phone call from him (with caller ID from Shenzhen across the border with mainland China) in which he explained in Mandarin (not Cantonese which they'd usually converse in) he had to assist with some investigation for a while, and he could not be home nor provide more information for a while. Lee Bo was a co-owner of the Causeway Bay Books and the Might Current publishing house that specialized in selling books concerning the political gossip and other lurid subjects of the Chinese Communist party leaders. These books were banned from China, and were popular among the numerous Chinese tourists visiting Hong Kong. Towards the end of October, 2015, four co-owners and managers of the bookstore and publisher, Gui Minhai (桂民海), Lui Bo (呂波), Cheung Jiping (張志平), and Lam Wingkei (林榮基), went missing from Thailand and mainland China, believed to be detained by law enforcement in China. Lee Bo had expressed concern of his safety in various interviews after his colleagues disappeared, and intentionally left all travel documents at home (confirmed by his wife to be the case after his disappearance). Lee Bo was a dual citizen of Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.
China's and Japan's economies are respectively the world's second and third-largest economies by nominal GDP. Also, China's and Japan's economies are the world`s first and fourth-largest economies by GDP PPP In 2008, China-Japan trade grew to $266.4 billion, a rise of 12.5 percent on 2007, making China and Japan the top two-way trading partners. China was also the biggest destination for Japanese exports in 2009. Since the end of World War II, Sino-Japanese relations are still mired in tension. This is a situation that risks the break-out of a conflict in Asia. The enmity between these two countries emanated from the history of the Japanese war and the imperialism and maritime disputes in the East China Sea (Xing, 2011). Thus, as much as these two nations are close business partners, there is an undercurrent of tension, which the leaders from both sides are trying to quell. Chinese President Xi Jiping and Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo have met several times face to face to try to build a cordial relationship between the two countries (Fuhrmann, 2016). The main argument among observers and commentators is whether the relationship between China and Japan would remain stable due to their strong bilateral trades or the relationship would collapse due to the historical rivalry and enmity (Xing, 2011).