Synonyms for leilei or Related words with leilei

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Examples of "leilei"
The former RAMSI HQ was located at Leilei, Tandai.
Qu Leilei (曲磊磊, born 1951) is a contemporary Chinese artist currently based in the UK.
"Everyone’s Life is an Epic", an art installation at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford with Chinese Artist Qu Leilei.
Gao Leilei (Simplified Chinese: 高雷雷; born July 15, 1980) is a Chinese footballer who plays for Spanish club UE Cornellà as an attacking midfielder.
Li Leilei (; born June 30, 1977 in Beijing) is a former Chinese football goalkeeper and current goalkeeping coach of Beijing Guoan.
After his successful period with Shenzhen Jianlibao Li Leilei was given the chance to make his senior debut on May 29, 2005 against Republic of Ireland by the recently appointed Chinese Head coach Zhu Guanghu in a match China lost 1-0. During this period he was playing understudy to Liu Yunfei until the sudden retirement of Liu Yunfei in 2006 established Li Leilei as first choice goalkeeper in the run up to the 2007 AFC Asian Cup. Within the tournament Li Leilei would play the first two group games before injury ruled him out for the final group game.
Ma Leilei (; born March 22, 1989 in Tianjin) is a Chinese football player who currently plays for Newcastle Jets in the A-League.
In 1987 he took part in the founding of The Chinese United Overseas Artists Association, along with Li Shuang, Qu Leilei, Ai Weiwei.
Leilei Tian (田蕾蕾; born 1971) is a Chinese composer of contemporary classical music. Born in China, she has studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, the Conservatory of Music in Gothenburg, and IRCAM in Paris.
Aung San Oo was educated in England and immigrated to the United States in 1973. His wife, Lei Lei Nwe Thein (also spelled Leilei Nwe Thein), is also an American citizen.
Li Leilei started his career with second tier club Bayi Football Team in the 1999 Chinese league season and would go on to become their first choice goalkeeper. With them he would gain promotion at the end of 2000, however after three seasons in the top tier the club were relegated at the end of the 2003 league season and disbanded due to financial difficulties brought about by professional football. This saw Li Leilei join another top tier club in Shenzhen Jianlibao where he was immediately made the club's first choice goalkeeper by the team's Head coach Zhu Guanghu and had an extremely successful debut season with them by winning the 2004 Chinese Super League. The following season wasn't to prove as successful for Li Leilei, however he still drew the interests from Shandong Luneng who he transferred to for 5 million yuan at the beginning of the 2006 league season.
At Shandong he would once again make an immediate impact within the team by establishing himself as their first choice goalkeeper of the league and cup 2006 double winning campaign. By now Li Leilei had also established himself as China's main goalkeeper and by the 2008 league season he would continue his pivotal role for the club by again winning the Chinese Super League title. By the end of the 2009 league season the Shandong Head coach Ljubiša Tumbaković had left the club after a disappointing season and was replaced by Branko Ivanković who decided to promote the youngster Yang Cheng as first choice goalkeeper, which saw Li Leilei limited to a single appearance throughout the 2010 campaigned as he watched Shandong win another league title. At the end of the 2011 league season he did not make a single appearance for Shandong and with his contract having finished Li Leilei decided to retire from football.
Desperately in need of money, Shenzhen Jianlibao was also forced to sell China's first choice goalkeeper, Li Leilei to Shandong Luneng Taishan for 5 million; Former national striker Yang Chen to the newly promoted Xiamen Lanshi for 2 million and Zhou Ting to Beijing Hyundai for 3.5 millions.
In 1979, together with He Dong, Ma Desheng, Wang Keping, Huang Rui, Li Shuang, Qu Leilei and Ai Weiwei, Ah Cheng founded the Stars Group (XingXing), an assembly of untrained, experimental artists who challenged the strict tenets of Chinese politics. As a political and artistic group, they staged exhibitions around Beijing, making way for avant-garde art in China.
Equally at home playing jazz, classical music, blues, soul, funk, Latin, country and everything in between she’s kept busy on the music scene. She has also composed music for an Art Installation at The Ashmoleon museum in Oxford with Chinese Artist Qu Leilei, and music for theatre performances by George Dillon.
In the 2001 league season Li Jian returned to Bayi where he would fight for the goalkeeping position with his former Chinese under-20 teammate Li Leilei as the club finished twelfth at the end of the season. The following season Li Leilei was selected as the first team goalkeeper as Li Jian was dropped to the bench, which saw him move to top tier club Chongqing Lifan F.C. where he gradually established himself as the teams first choice goalkeeper. After several seasons at the club on September 24, 2005 he was dropped from the team at half-time against Beijing Hyundai Football Club after a disappointing first half and saw Chongqing ultimately lose the game 2-0. After that result Li Jian struggled to regain his position within the team and by the following season saw the club relegated to the second tier, remained with the club to see out his contract before deciding to retire.
In 1979, together with Ma Desheng, Wang Keping, Huang Rui, Qu Leilei, Zhong Acheng and Ai Weiwei, Li Shuang founded the Stars Group (XingXing), an assembly of untrained, experimental artists who challenged the strict tenets of Chinese politics. As a political and artistic group, they staged exhibitions around Beijing, making way for avant-garde art in China. Li Shuang was the only female artist founder of the Stars. Li exhibited in both the historic shows of 1979 and 1980.
Yang won his first cap for Chinese national team on 7 December 2002, in an international friendly against Syria. He was selected for the Chinese national team in the 2007 AFC Asian Cup where he played understudy to Li Leilei. He played one game in the tournament for China in 2007 against Uzbekistan which China lost 3-0, effectively knocking China out of the tournament.
The Sond'Ar-te Electric Ensemble has premiered since its creation over 80 works of composers such as: Jonathan Harvey, Flo Menezes, Peter Swinnen, Paulo Ferreira-Lopes, Eduardo Reck Miranda, Takayuki Rai, Leilei Tian, Pedro Rebelo, Tiago Cutileiro, Flo Menezes, José Luís Ferreira, Philippe Leroux, Clarence Barlow, Luís Tinoco, Isabel Soveral, John McLachlan, Masataka Matsuo, Pedro Amaral, Miguel Azguime, Bruno Gabirro, Abel Paúl, Cândido Lima, Ivo Nilsson, João Madureira, Byung-moo Lee, João Pedro Oliveira.
In 1978, Ai enrolled in the Beijing Film Academy and studied animation. In 1978, he was one of the founders of the early avant garde art group the "Stars", together with Ma Desheng, Wang Keping, Huang Rui, Li Shuang, Zhong Acheng and Qu Leilei. The group disbanded in 1983, yet Ai participated in regular Stars group shows, "The Stars: Ten Years," 1989 (Hanart Gallery, Hong Kong and Taipei), and a retrospective exhibition in Beijing in 2007: "Origin Point" (Today Art Museum, Beijing).