Synonyms for renliang or Related words with renliang

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Examples of "renliang"
Feng Renliang (; born 12 May 1988) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for China League One side Beijing Renhe.
Days of Our Own is a 2016 Chinese romantic drama film directed by Joe Ma and Liu Hai and starring Zhao Liying, Qiao Renliang, Gui Gui, , Van Fan and Feng Mingchao. It was released in China on September 2, 2016.
Chen has group of close celebrity friends collectively known as An Corporation. It includes 6 other Taiwanese stars Ady An, Shone An, Esther Liu, Bianca Bai, Linda Liao and Kimi Hsia. She is also known to be good friends with Qiao Renliang.
In 2011, Liu Jiashen started his professional footballer career with Shanghai Greenland Shenhua in the Chinese Super League. He would eventually make his league debut for Shanghai on 18 June 2011 in a game against Hangzhou Greentown,coming on as a substitute for Feng Renliang in the 86th minute.
She became known internationally by starring in a college romance drama, "One and a Half Summer", alongside Nichkhun and Jiang Jinfu. In 2015, Xu Lu participated in the 1st season of "We Are In Love", the licensed remake of popular South Korean's variety show "We Got Married", in which her virtual pairing with Qiao Renliang gained big popularity up until Qiao's death on September 2016.
Wang Guanyi would start his professional football career with third tier football club Tianjin Locomotive before being scouted by top tier side Shanghai Shenhua, who he eventually joined at the beginning of the 2010 league season with team mates Feng Renliang and Song Boxuan. The Head coach Miroslav Blažević would then give Wang Guanyi his debut in a league game against Tianjin Teda F.C. on August 18, 2010 in a 1-0 victory where he came on as late substitute.
Half way through the 2011 league season top tier side Shanghai Shenhua would decide to bring You Yuanwen in on a free transfer after the club needed a striker after losing Duvier Riascos and Dong Xuesheng to other teams as well as Luis Salmerón to injury. You Yuanwen would soon make his debut for the club on August 6, 2011 against Henan Jianye in a 2-1 defeat where he came on as substitute for Feng Renliang.
Qiao Renliang (; October 15, 1987 – September 16, 2016), also known as Kimi Qiao, was a Chinese singer and actor. He took part in the second season of "My Hero" (加油好男儿) and finished the competition as the runner-up for that season in 2007, and released his first EP in 2008. On September 16, 2016, Qiao was found dead in a Shanghai apartment, having suffered from severe depression. He was 28 years old.
Qiao Renliang was born as the only son to a modest family in Shanghai on October 15, 1987. He graduated from Shanghai Dianji University (上海电机学院). Before the commencement of his singing career, Qiao was a track and field athlete who specialised in high jump events. He was a classmate of 110-meter hurdler Liu Xiang in primary school. Qiao won the National High Jump Competition in 2003.
Two young people (Qiao Renliang and Li Xiaolu) are working the night shift at the 24-hour supermarket when mid-aged He Sanshui (Xu Zheng) storms in with stun guns and his doofus cousin (Wang Dongfang). He Sanshui is determined to reclaim his lottery prize that was denied due to a mistake made by the owner. Hilarity ensues when a moronic prankster (Zhao Yingjun), the mean lady boss (Yang Qing, not the director) and an at-large gunman (Zhang Jiayi) enter the mart one after another.
On 23 November, it was announced that the families of each victim of the fire would receive 960,000 yuan in compensation for the ordeal. The compensation would include 650,000 yuan for every death and 310,000 yuan in financial assistance from the government and charities. Zhang Renliang, the top official of Jing'an District, said that Shanghai residents and foreign workers would be compensated equally. Survivors of the blaze would be fully compensated for the loss of possessions and property. Some who lost relatives in the disaster, however, were not satisfied with the announcement. They said that the compensation plan was not enough to pay for another apartment in the district, and that would rather have a new apartment than the money.
Feng Renliang started his football career playing for third tier side Tianjin Locomotive in 2008 where he was considered a highly talented youngster. He was scouted by several Chinese clubs before joining top tier side Shanghai Shenhua at the beginning of the 2010 league season with teammate Song Boxuan. Feng was immediately selected as the team's first-choice right winger by then manager Miroslav Blažević and he would make his debut on 23 March 2010 in a league game against Changsha Ginde in a 2-0 loss. Despite this loss, he kept his place within the team and would show his attacking abilities a few weeks later on 10 April 2010 when he scored his first goal for the club in a 2-1 win against Hangzhou Greentown.
Starting his football career at third tier side Tianjin Locomotive, Song Boxuan was scouted by top tier side Shanghai Shenhua which he eventually joined at the beginning of the 2010 league season with teammate Feng Renliang. He was immediately selected as the team's first-choice left winger by the then manager Miroslav Blažević and would make his debut on 23 March 2010 in a league game against Changsha Ginde which ended in a 2-0 defeat. Despite the defeat, Song would keep his place within the team and he gained considerable playing time throughout the season. Established as a vital member of the team, he would go on to score his first goal for the club on 24 October 2010 in a league game against Shaanxi Renhe in a 3-2 victory.
When the squadron was formed in 1961, Colonel Lu Xiliang (盧錫良) became its first commander and would become its longest-serving squadron commander. Colonel Lu was born in Shanghai on December 27, 1923 and completed his training in the US. After his retirement, he and his family immigrated to Los Angeles in 1986, where he became an ardent activist for ROCAF POWs' rights, particularly the right of POWs to return to Taiwan to reunite with their families after imprisonment in mainland China. Colonel Lu died on December 15, 2008. In addition to Lu Xiliang, another six former-members of the squadron eventually settled in the US, including Zhuang Renliang (莊人亮), Wang Taiyou (王太佑) in Los Angeles, Ye Changdi (葉常棣) in Texas, Hua Xijun (華錫鈞) in Maryland, and the deputy squadron commander Yang Shiju (楊世駒) in Las Vegas.