Synonyms for shengkun or Related words with shengkun

boxiong              yuehuahuang              bingjun              chengwu              ziliang              peiyuan              weicheng              dejiang              zhizhong              zhixing              guowei              guoping              jianan              gongquan              qinggang              qifeng              yujun              yanshen              shusheng              liangyu              zilong              zhidong              daoming              shoucheng              jingsheng              guangnai              xueying              shenji              shuhai              yunshan              fakui              yueqi              fuzhi              xiuzhi              hongzhu              zhimin              baohua              jianli              yijun              guizhen              haiping              yanling              weizhi              yuanzhen              shengjun              jiaxuan              ruoshui              chengye              yanpeng              jianzhang             

Examples of "shengkun"
Tao died on April 18, 2016. Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Hu Jintao, and Zhu Rongji sent their condolences. His funeral was attended by Meng Jianzhu and Guo Shengkun.
Guo Shengkun was an alternate member of the 16th and the 17th Central Committees, and is a full member of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
Guo Shengkun entered the workforce in 1973 during the Cultural Revolution as a sent-down youth in rural Jiangxi province, and joined the Communist Party of China in December 1974. From 1977 to 1979 he studied mining at the Jiangxi Institute of Metallurgy (now Jiangxi University of Science and Technology).
Guo Shengkun (; born October 1954) is a Chinese politician and business executive. He is the current Minister of Public Security of the People's Republic of China, and one of the five State Councilors. Previously Guo served as the Communist Party Chief of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and CEO of Aluminum Corporation of China, a major state-owned enterprise.
In January 2008, he became Deputy Secretary-General of the State Council, in charge mainly of legal and policing affairs; since 2013, he has served as the chief of staff to State Councilor and Public Security Minister Guo Shengkun. In June 2012, Wang was named deputy director of the Working Committee for State Organs, and in November 2012, the chief of the Office of the Central Institutional Organization Commission, entering minister-level ranks for the first time.
Several hours after the initial blast, at 3:30 am on 13 August, Tianjin mayor and acting Communist Party Secretary Huang Xingguo arrived at TEDA Hospital to visit injured victims. Shortly thereafter, Guo Shengkun, the Minister of Public Security, visited the blast site in Tianjin and called for all-out efforts to save lives. The next few days saw more senior officials visit the explosion site, including Vice-Premier Liu Yandong, Vice-Premier Ma Kai, and Premier Li Keqiang accompanied by State Councilor Yang Jing.
On August 12, 2015, shortly after the a series of deadly explosions in Tianjin, Yang Dongliang accompanied State Councilor and Public Security Minister Guo Shengkun to Tianjin, where he had worked before his transfer, as part of an emergency response team. Yang spent the next few days in Tianjin working around the clock to manage the response. On August 18, however, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) announced that he was under investigation for serious violation of laws and discipline; it was not clear if the investigation was linked to the events in Tianjin. Yang was the sixth full member of the 18th Central Committee to be investigated for wrongdoing.
As the main domestic security agency in the People's Republic of China, the MPS is the equivalent of the National Police Agency in Japan or national police in other countries. Since the creation of the Ministry of State Security in 1983, the MPS does not undertake riot control functions, which are now under the control of People's Armed Police, nor does it generally conduct domestic intelligence which since 1983 has been a primary responsibility of the Ministry of State Security. Hong Kong and Macau have their own security bureaus/agencies and police forces. , the Minister of Public Security is Guo Shengkun.
In 1107, Goryeo sent a delegate, Heihuanfangshi (黑歡方石), to celebrate Wuyashu's accession to the chieftainship of the Wanyan tribe, and promised to return those Helandian Jurchens who escaped to Goryeo. However, when Wuyashu's delegates, Aguo (阿聒) and Wulinda Shengkun (烏林答勝昆), arrived in Goryeo, the Koreans killed them and dispatched five large armies led by Yun Gwan to attack Helandian. The Goryeo army destroyed a hundred Jurchen villages and built nine fortresses there. Wuyashu thought about giving up Helandian, but his brother Aguda convinced him to dispatch Wosai (斡賽), another of their brothers, to fight Goryeo. Wosai also built nine fortresses facing Goryeo's nine fortresses. After one-year battle, the Jurchen army won two fortresses and eliminated Goryeo's reinforcements. Goryeo and the Jurchens achieved settlement and, as a result, the former withdrew from the occupied areas.
In April 2008, shortly before the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Yang was transferred to Beijing as the executive deputy minister of Public Security; the executive deputy minister was the second-highest-ranked official at the ministry and was tasked with handling routine administrative affairs, and has the same rank as a minister of state. He served under Meng Jianzhu and Guo Shengkun. It was said that Yang was brought back to the ministry to oversee Tibet and Xinjiang affairs to ensure that 'separatist' elements do not disrupt the Games. Following the 18th Party Congress, Yang issued an important statement on behalf of the Ministry on the abolition of re-education through labour, one of the major reforms under Xi Jinping. Yang also took part in the search and rescue efforts following the 2015 Tianjin explosions.
Meng became a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China in November 2012, following the 18th Party Congress. He succeeded Zhou as Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission. However, the commission's powers and autonomy was significantly curbed during Meng's term as a result of the consolidation of power around the central authority of Xi Jinping. In December 2012, he was succeeded by Guo Shengkun as Minister of Public Security. In January 2013, Meng announced that his commission would begin work on abolishing the "re-education through labour" system, which has been widely criticized internationally. This was further cemented at the third plenary session of the 18th Central Committee held in November 2013. The implementation of the policy was largely completed by the end of that year. Meng also criticized the interference of local party authorities, particularly local "Zhengfawei", in individual court cases.