Synonyms for shaowen or Related words with shaowen

jingyu              dezhi              weixing              yufen              fuzhi              ziming              zhihui              renliang              guofu              jiafu              qiwei              jiali              yijun              zhenyi              qifeng              leilei              mingshu              yixiang              yiqing              guowei              guoxiang              zizhou              wenli              yongqing              wenguang              xiaohong              zhihong              hongwei              yueqi              xueying              kecheng              zhixian              chunhua              guoping              yanfeng              zhaoxing              zhixing              jiaxuan              xiangjun              tianhui              ruiqing              weiguo              xiaoyang              jianfeng              weiqing              hansheng              guozhang              muhua              guanzheng              yanming             



Examples of "shaowen"
Deputy directors: Kong Yuan (October 1939-), Pan Hannian (October 1939-), Li Kenong (March 1941-), Chen Gang (November 1945-August 1949), Tan Zhengwen (June 1948-November 1949), Liu Shaowen (May 1948-)
Tan Shaowen was born on July 4, 1929 in Xinjin County, Sichuan province. Both his parents worked as post and telecommunications employees. He attended primary and secondary school in Xinjin.
Zong Bing (, 375-444, style name Shaowen 少文) was a Chinese artist and musician who wrote the earliest text on landscape painting. He wrote that “Landscapes have a material existence, and yet reach also in a spiritual domain.”
Lai King Catholic Secondary School () is a Catholic secondary school in Lai King, Hong Kong. It opened in 1979 and is one of the few schools on the Lai King Estate. The school has sixty staff and the principal is Shaowen Zhuang.
On March 11, 1979, when retreating from Ban young region to China, the division's 448th Infantry Regiment, commanded by Li Shaowen(), run into an ambush set by 851st Regiment, PAVN 346th Division. The regimental HQ soon lost contact with all its units, and the whole regiment was in panic.
Tan Shaowen is credited with the modernisation of the Tianjin education system, as well as undertaking a series of measures to bolster Tianjin's economy. In terms of economic reform, Tan focused mainly on medium to large state-owned enterprises, and also constructed several development zones in Tianjin, including the New Technology Industrial Park. He also constructed urban and economic infrastructure, and promoted Tianjin to foreign investors.
Li Yangbing (; courtesy name: Shaowen) was a high-ranking Tang Dynasty Chinese government official (imperial magistrate), important literary figure, noted calligrapher, and relative of the famous Chinese poet Li Bai. Li Yangbing is notable for being the initial editor and compiler of the poetry of his kinsman, Li Bai; also for writing a preface to this which is important as one of the few primary historical sources on Li Bai.
Tan Shaowen (; July 4, 1929 – February 3, 1993) was a Chinese politician. He served as the Communist Party Chief and top leader of the direct-controlled municipality of Tianjin, and was a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China, one of the most powerful political bodies in the People's Republic of China. However, he died in 1993 before completing the full term of his office.
Churchill is known for her work on Embodied Conversational Agents and co-edited a book of the same name, an area of HCI which uses computer generated embodied agents together with a model of gesture and facial expression to enable face-to-face speech communication with people. She is also known for her work on public displays and installations. In 2011, she co-edited a special journal issue on Feminism and HCI with Shaowen Bardzell at Indiana University Bloomington.
In May 1982, Tan Shaowen became a member of the CPC Tianjin Committee, and was promoted to Deputy Communist Party Chief of Tianjin in March 1983. He was responsible for education, science and technology, and propaganda in Tianjin. In May 1988 he became Chairman of the CPPCC Municipal Committee of Tianjin, and in September 1989 he was promoted to Communist Party Chief, the top government post of Tianjin.
In October 1992, Tan Shaowen became a member of the 14th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and was subsequently elected by that committee to serve in the 14th Politburo of the Communist Party of China, under the leadership of Jiang Zemin. Tan was supposedly drawn into the central leadership in order to counteract the growing trend for local politicians to ignore the policy of the central government.
In a 2011 paper for the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, authors Anna Eaglin and Shaowen Bardzell discussed the Magic Wand within the context of devices used in sexual behavior that were not originally created for that purpose. A 2012 study published in the journal "Sexual and Relationship Therapy" evaluated seven vibrators for use with clinical therapy for sexual stimulation. They found that the Magic Wand displayed a high degree of movement and oscillation. The researchers suggested that their data could be used by therapists to select the optimum vibrator which could deliver both effectiveness and sensitivity for their clients.
Historically speaking, Zhu Shaowen's teacher Zhang Sanlu was the "absolute originator" of xiangsheng, whereas Zhu and his peers were considered second-generation performers. However, many credit him with redefining xiangsheng; accordingly, he has been dubbed various titles including "father of crosstalk" and "(the) original xiangsheng artiste". As the "Journal of Tsinghua University" writes, "Never mind how many xiangsheng artistes preceded Zhu Shaowen, for he shall be considered the Father of Xiangsheng. Some of those before him may have been more talented, but they did not provide anything for posterity, nor did they have successors. Nobody before him left behind that great a legacy of eternal wisdom and inspiration."
In 2010, Dr. Shaowen Wang described the first cyberGIS framework for the synthesis of cyberinfrastructure, GIS, and spatial analysis. Since then, it has been recognized as an important area for advanced cyberinfrastructure and GIS research. A multi-institution and multidisciplinary initiative, funded by the National Science Foundation in 2010, began a six-year $4.8 million project on “CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation.” This major initiative has established three interrelated pillars of a cutting-edge cyberGIS software environment: the CyberGIS Gateway, CyberGIS Toolkit, and GISolve middleware.
Zhu Shaowen (; 1829–1903), better known by his stage name Fear No Poverty (穷不怕), was a Chinese storyteller and crosstalk (xiangsheng) performer, widely regarded as one of the earliest performers of the art. Born in Beijing, China, Zhu was the protégé of late Qing dynasty entertainer Zhang Sanlu, and specialised in puns. Zhu was amongst the "Eight Oddities of Tianqiao" (天桥八怪) and mentored later crosstalk artistes. He died in 1903, and to this day, many of his works are still performed.
Shaolin Popey (笑林小子) is a 1994 Taiwanese kung fu comedy film directed by a Chu Yen-ping. The movie premiere was on 21 July 1994. It is starred Lin Zhiying, Xu Ruoxuan, Hao Shaowen, Shi Xiaolong, and Zhang Zhenyue. Lin Zhiying and Zhang Zhenyue also sang. The movie tells a story that a young boy helps his older brother to win the love of a girl. It is a youth comedy. The hero celebrity is Lin Zhiying, little comedian Jimmy Hao Shao Wen, the mainland kung fu boy Shi Xiaolong. Singer Zhang Zhenyue and Taiwan's new pure girl Xu Ruoxuan have become big highlights of the film, and the performance of Hong Kong stars Xu Haoying, Yuan Qiong Dan, Qin Pei can not be ignored. The movie itself has two related movie spin-offs, Messy Temple (笑林小子2之新烏龍院) and Super Mischieves (新烏龍院2之無敵反鬥星).
As a result of his apprehension of both Meng and Dong, An began to carve out their territory and establishing circuits over those prefectures that he carved out that he considered faithful to the imperial government, with Xia Luqi (夏魯奇), who had been the deputy commander of the operations against Jingnan, made the military governor of Wuxin, Li Renju made the military governor of a new Baoning Circuit (保寧, headquartered in modern Langzhong, Sichuan), carved out of Dongchuan and Xichuan's neighboring Shannan West Circuit (山南西道, headquartered in modern Hanzhong, Shaanxi), and An's brother-in-law Wu Qianyu (武虔裕) the prefect of Mian Prefecture (綿州, in modern Mianyang), in the heart of Dongchuan itself. (Meng had effectively taken control of Wuxin earlier when Li Shaowen (李紹文) the military governor of Wuxin died in 927 and the imperial government abided by Meng's wishes by having Meng's officer Li Jingzhou (李敬周) made the acting military governor of Wuxin.) Further, there were rumors that An was ready to have Mian and nearby Long Prefecture (龍州, also in modern Mianyang) carved out of Dongchuan as a separate circuit.
Meanwhile, the Later Tang imperial government, under An Chonghui's strategy, was placing key posts in the region under its own control — with Xia Luqi (夏魯奇), who had been the deputy commander of the operations against Jingnan, made the military governor of Wuxin Circuit (武信, headquartered in modern Suining, Sichuan), Li Renju made the military governor of a new Baoning Circuit (保寧, headquartered in modern Langzhong, Sichuan), carved out of Dongchuan and Xichuan's neighboring Shannan West Circuit (山南西道, headquartered in modern Hanzhong, Shaanxi), and An's brother-in-law Wu Qianyu (武虔裕) the prefect of Mian Prefecture (綿州, in modern Mianyang), in the heart of Dongchuan itself. (Meng had effectively taken control of Wuxin earlier when Li Shaowen (李紹文) the military governor of Wuxin died in 927 and the imperial government abided by Meng's wishes by having Meng's officer Li Jingzhou (李敬周) made the acting military governor of Wuxin.) Further, there were rumors that An was ready to have Mian and nearby Long Prefecture (龍州, also in modern Mianyang) carved out of Dongchuan as a separate circuit.