Synonyms for qiwei or Related words with qiwei

jiaxuan              zhihui              jiafu              yijun              guofu              guoping              youjia              zhixing              guowei              jingyu              chunhua              yunshan              chunying              zihua              yixiang              jiayi              haiqing              wenguang              liangyu              zhihao              wenyu              weiyan              hansheng              jingyao              letian              anqi              qifeng              dezhi              xiufeng              yongqing              yiqing              yanpeng              xiangdong              haoran              guanzheng              xiaoyang              chengwu              xiaowei              jianan              chengzhi              dayou              zhongwen              jiasheng              zhongyun              weizhen              jiaxi              jinguang              shaowen              weixing              zhimin             

Examples of "qiwei"
Wu Qiwei (or Wu Chi-wei , Dabu, Guangdong, 1890–1953) was a Chinese military commander.
Bai Su's ex-boyfriend enters a contract with a blue-blooded alien to "sell" ten years of his life to the business magnate Tao Qiquan in exchange for US$20 million. He is killed later when he tries to break his promise. The alien's spacecraft malfunctioned while he was travelling in space and he ended up on Earth. The only way for him to return home is to obtain two ancient daggers and use them to activate a signalling device in an Egyptian pyramid. He has agreed to help Tao Qiquan become immortal; in return, Tao will help him obtain the things he needs. Tao also secretly makes a side deal with Bai Su's brother, Bai Qiwei, to help him find the elixir of immortality in the pyramid. When Wisely's friend, the highly skilled thief Qi Bai, goes missing while searching for the dagger, Wisely and Bai Su travel to Egypt to find him. Bai Qiwei insists on joining them even though there are already tensions between him and Wisely; Wisely suspects Bai Qiwei is working with Tao Qiquan. With help from the alien, they navigate their way past deadly traps in the pyramid and enter a secret chamber, where the elixir and the signalling device are located. Wisely and Bai Su fall into an underground chamber after Bai Qiwei accidentally opens a trap door. Bai Qiwei then kills the alien and seizes the elixir for himself. The three of them escape from the pyramid before it collapses on itself. After returning to Coral Island, Wisely tricks Bai Qiwei into revealing his dealings with Tao Qiquan and attempts to record their conversation. When Bai Qiwei finds out, he turns hostile and fights with Wisely, but accidentally falls off a tower and dies from his injuries.
Yu was born in 1940. He graduated from University of International Relations in Beijing. He was a son of Communist revolutionaries Huang Jing (born Yu Qiwei) and Fan Jin.
The university has a staff of 1,700 including 1,000 academic faculty members among whom there are five State-level candidates of the State “hundreds and thousands talents project”, altogether over 390 professors and associate professors. The three academics of China Academy of Engineering namely Professor Zheng Jielian, Professor Han Qiwei and Professor Liang Yincheng are specially engaged professors of the university.
The official opening ceremony of CSTEA in Taiwan was held at the Grand Hotel in Taipei on 7 May 2010. The ceremony was attended by people from both sides of the Taiwan Strait. Shao Qiwei, President of CSTEA, represented Mainland China and served as both of the main speaker and master of ceremonies during the banquet.
In September 1934, Jiang Qing was arrested and jailed for her political activities in Shanghai, but was released three months later, in December of the same year. She then traveled to Beijing where she reunited with Yu Qiwei who had just been released following his prison sentence, and the two began living together again.
Woman Basketball Player No. 5 () is a 1957 Chinese film presented by Tianma Film Studio and directed by Xie Jin, starring Qin Yi, Liu Qiong, Cao Qiwei and Wang Qi. It is the first colored sports movie filmed after the formation of the People's Republic of China, and also the first film directed by renowned director Xie Jin.
Tan Qiwei (born August 1954) is a Chinese politician of Tujia ethnic heritage. He was the Vice Mayor of Chongqing, then the Vice Chairman of the Chongqing People's Congress. He was dismissed from office in May 2014 and placed under investigation by the Communist Party's anti-corruption body.
The second TSTA office in Mainland China is the Shanghai office, located in Zhabei District. The official opening ceremony was held on 15 November 2012, attended by David W. J. Hsieh, Director-General of the Tourism Bureau of the Republic of China, Shao Qiwei, President of the Cross-Strait Tourism Exchange Association and Tu Jiang, Chairman of Association for Tourism Exchange Across the Taiwan Straits. The office will handle Taiwan-related tourism affairs in Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian and Jiangxi.
Yu Qiangsheng (; 1940–1990s?) was a spy chief of the People's Republic of China who defected to the United States in 1985. The information he provided led to the arrest and suicide of the top Chinese spy Larry Wu-Tai Chin. He was a son of Communist revolutionaries Huang Jing (Yu Qiwei) and Fan Jin, and the elder brother of Yu Zhengsheng, the fourth highest-ranking leader of the Communist Party of China since November 2012.
Yu Qiwei was born in 1912 to a prominent family in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province. His uncle Yu Ta-wei later served as Minister of National Defense of the Republic of China on Taiwan. The chemist Zeng Zhaolun was also his uncle. Yu enrolled in Shandong University in Qingdao, majoring in physics. At the same time, he spent significant amount of time in underground political activism for the Communist Party of China.
With her career established, she became involved with actor/director Tang Na, with whom she appeared in "Scenes of City Life" and "The Statue of Liberty". They were married in Hangzhou in March 1936; however, he soon discovered she was continuing her relationship with Yu Qiwei. The scandal became public knowledge and he made two suicide attempts before their divorce became final. In 1937, Jiang joined the Lianhua Film Company and starred in the film "Big Thunderstorm". She reportedly had an affair with director, Zhang Min; however, she denied it in her autobiographical writings.
Yu Zhengsheng was born in the communist revolutionary heartland of Yan'an in 1945, the son of Yu Qiwei (better known as Huang Jing), a Communist revolutionary, and Fan Jin, a frontline journalist. Yu's family was originally from Shaoxing, Zhejiang province. He graduated from Harbin Military Academy of Engineering specializing in the design of automated missiles. In December 1968 he was sent to work in Zhangjiakou, Hebei. Until the mid-1980s his career concentration was in electronic engineering. In 1984, he was asked by Deng Xiaoping's son Deng Pufang to take on a leading role in the Fund for Disabled Persons.
In the Battle of Wanjialing, the Chinese side consisted of the 4th Army, the elite 74th Army, 66th Army, 187th Division, 91st Division, New 13th Division, 142nd Division, 60th Division, Reserved 6th Division, 19th Division, a brigade from the 139th Division and the New 15th Division, which totals up to 100,000 men. The chief commander in the frontline was the commander of the 9th Group Army Wu Qiwei. They were under the overall command of the supreme commander of the 9th Military Region Xue Yue.
Huang Jing (; 1912 – 10 February 1958), born Yu Qiwei (), was a Chinese Communist revolutionary and politician who served as Mayor and Communist Party Chief of Tianjin municipality, Minister of the First Ministry of Machine Building Industry, and Chairman of the National Technological Commission. He was an ex-husband of Jiang Qing, who later married Mao Zedong, and the father of Yu Qiangsheng, a top Chinese intelligence officer who defected to the United States in 1985, and Yu Zhengsheng, the fourth-ranked member of the 18th Politburo Standing Committee.
During the office official opening ceremony in Beijing, Shao Qiwei, President of the Mainland's Cross-Strait Tourism Exchange Association, said that with the establishment of the reciprocal tourism office across the Taiwan Strait means positive progress for exchange and interactions in various aspects between the two sides. Janice Lai, Chairperson of TSTA said that the establishment of the association in Beijing will also promote tourism industry of Taiwan and introduce Taiwan's sightseeing spots to the people in Mainland China. This establishment also marks a new milestone leading to closer bilateral tourism exchanges between the two sides.
In May 2013, he was named deputy head of the Fifth Inspection Group, in charge of Chongqing, where he assisted in bringing down municipal People's Congress Vice Chair Tan Qiwei. In November 2013, he was named deputy leader of the Fifth Inspection Group, in charge of Yunnan. In Yunnan, he was instrumental in exposing the corruption case of former provincial party chief Bai Enpei, vice governor Shen Peiping and Kunming party chief Zhang Tianxin. In July 2014, he was named deputy leader of the Fourth Inspection Group, in charge of Tianjin. In Tianjin, He helped bring down former Tianjin police chief Wu Changshun. In July 2014, he was named deputy leader of the Fourth Inspection Group, in charge of Tibet. It is believed that the inspection in Tibet brought down former security official Le Dake.
From July 1931 to April 1933, Jiang attended Qingdao University in Qingdao. She met Yu Qiwei, a physics student three years her senior, who was an underground member of the Communist Party Propaganda Department. By 1932, they had fallen in love and were living together. She joined the "Communist Cultural Front," a circle of artists, writers, and actors, and performed in "Put Down Your Whip", a renowned popular play about a woman who escapes from Japanese-occupied north-eastern China and performs in the streets to survive. In February 1933, Jiang took the oath of the Chinese Communist Party with Yu at her side, and she was appointed member of the Chinese Communist Party youth wing. Yu was arrested in April the same year and Jiang was subsequently shunned by his family. She fled to her parents' home and returned to the drama school in Jinan. Through friendships she had previously established, she received an introduction to attend Shanghai University for the summer where she also taught some general literacy classes. In October, she rejoined the Communist Youth League, and at the same time, began participating in an amateur drama troupe.