Synonyms for tianhua or Related words with tianhua

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Examples of "tianhua"
He was the elder brother of the musicologist Liu Tianhua.
Along with Liu Tianhua and Abing, Liu is considered one of China's three finest traditional instrumentalists of the 20th century.
Liu Tianhua (; 1895–1932) was a Chinese musician and composer best known for his innovative work for the "erhu" (Chinese two-string fiddle).
Chen Tianhua (; 1875 – 1905 December), was a Chinese revolutionary born in Xinhua, Hunan province to a poor peasant family during the Qing dynasty.
Zhou Tianhua (; born April 10, 1966 in Jiangsu) is a former female shot put athlete from China. She competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, finishing in fifth place in the overall-rankings.
The Sinomanic Tianhua GX-1C is a specially tailored subnotebook for primary and secondary school students in the People's Republic of China. It uses the Loongson I (Longxin) CPU. The device is designed for use as an educational aid and to introduce young students to computers.
Chen Tianhua wrote in May 1903, a two part critique published in the Shanghai journal Subao entitled "On the Corrupt and Rotten Hunan guanbao". Chen criticized the gazette's contents for being too milited, prodding it to add essays and news and to slip free of the provincial authorities.
The Tongmenghui was created through the unification of Sun Yat-sen's Xingzhonghui (Revive China Society), the Guangfuhui (Restoration Society) and many other Chinese revolutionary groups. Among the Tongmenghui's members were Huang Xing, Li Zongren, Zhang Binglin, Chen Tianhua, Wang Jingwei, Hu Hanmin, Tao Chengzhang, Cai Yuanpei, Li Shizeng, Zhang Renjie, and Qiu Jin.
In modern times Wuxi has produced a number of cultural figures such as Hua Yanjun (1893–1950) also known as "Blind Abing" (瞎子阿炳), famous for his erhu and pipa music. Another famous musician is Liu Tianhua, who was the first to compile folk music using staff.
The Huaxinghui (China Revival Society) was founded in 1904 with notables like Huang Xing, Zhang Shizhao, Chen Tianhua and Song Jiaoren, along with 100 others. Their motto was "Take one province by force, and inspire the other provinces to rise up".
Ping Shan Leng Yan () is a classic novel of the "caizi jiaren" genre written in 1658 in early Qing Dynasty China. The title of the book is derived from the surnames of the two couples featured in the book. The novel is sometimes attributed to Di An Shanren (), but the authorship is uncertain. It is often attributed to Tianhua Zang Zhuren (), a pseudonym meaning "Master of the Heavenly Flower Sutra". "Yu jiao li" and "Ping Shan Leng Yan" were both written by the same Tianhua Zang Zhuren according to a style analysis by caizi jiaren scholar Qing Ping Wang. Classical Chinese scholar and Yale professor Chloë Starr lists "Ping Shan Leng Yan" along with "Yu jiao li" and "Haoqiu zhuan" as one of the three best-known examples of the caizi jiaren genre.
When Huang Feihu had been completely surrounded by Wen Zhong's forces, Zhenjun would engulf Huang and his entourage in a sleep-inducing fog and would then move them outside the valley. As seen following this, Zhenjun has the ability to create clone forms of any individual at will (due to his magic gourd). Some time later when Huang had been struck in the arm by Chen Tong's magical dart, Zhenjun would summon his disciple, Huang Tianhua, and tell him to quickly save his father—who is in difficulty. Before the leave of his disciple, Zhenjun would first hand Tianhua a flower basket, his Non-Evil Sword, and tell him to hurry back once his objective is completed.
Sinomanic has created four different models for distribution to specific markets. The Tianhua GX-1 and Tianhua GX-1C are marketed for education. The Tian Yan GX-2 is a rural computer marketed for farmers, Tian Yan is designed to be used with a television instead of a standard computer monitor, much like the Commodore 64 and Amiga. the operating system for the Tian Yan is tailored for use with a television display. The Tianlong GX-3 is a more robust machine marketed for business. The Tiansheng GX-4 with slightly less memory and processor speeds that vary between 400 MHz and 600 MHz marketed for multimedia users. All desktop units support VGA and television video output.
A notable composer for the "Erhu" was Liu Tianhua (刘天华/劉天華; Liú Tiānhuá; 1895–1932), a Chinese musician who also studied Western music. He composed 47 exercises and 10 solo pieces (1918–32) which were central to the development of the "Erhu" as a solo instrument. His works for the instrument include "Yue Ye" (月夜; Yuè yè, Moon Night) and "Zhu ying Yao hong" (烛影摇红; Zhú yǐng yáo hóng, Shadows of Candles Flickering Red).
Illness Bard, which was also composed by Liu Tianhua, reflects a kind of emotion of intellects. In 1920s, there were a part of intellects that held the feeling of disaffection. They pursued the light, tried to change current situation, although sometimes they felt confuse about the future of this land. When Jiang performed this solo, he made an apparent contrast among the four parts in tempo and dynamics. And it perfectly expresses the intellects’ emotions.
Other solo pieces include "Er Quan Ying Yue" (1950, Two Springs Reflecting the Moon) by Abing, "Sai Ma" (Horse Race) by Huang Haihuai, "Henan Xiaoqu" (Henan Folk Tune) by Liu Mingyuan, and "Sanmenxia Changxiangqu" (1961, Sanmen Gorge Capriccio) by Liu Wenjin. Most solo works are commonly performed with yangqin accompaniment, although pieces such as the ten solos by Liu Tianhua and "Er Quan Ying Yue"(Two Springs Reflecting the Moon) originally did not have accompaniment.
Sichuan-based Sinomanic Co., Ltd., launched four models of low-cost personal computers in 2006. Sinomanic is the second maker of Loongson-based personal computers in mainland China. The firm has announced a sales target of 500,000 to 1 million units for their Tianhua GX-1C model. The GX-1C uses a Loongson I (Longxin) CPU similar to that used in the commercially distributed Longmeng Municator from a Chinese startup named "Yellow Sheep River". Loongson (Longxin) translates as "Dragon Chip".
Min Huifen was born to a musical family. Her father Min Jiqian (闵季骞), who outlived her, was a student of the erhu master Liu Tianhua. Her brother Min Lekang (闵乐康) is a national first-class conductor and music professor. Her younger sister Min Xiaofen (闵小芬) is a well known pipa player. According to Min Lekang, who was more than ten years younger than Min Huifen, she taught her younger siblings the erhu and musical theory and had a significant impact on their careers. Her son, Liu Ju (刘炬), is also a well known conductor.
In Shenyang, Zhou attended the Dongguan Model Academy, a modern-style school. His previous education consisted entirely of homeschooling. In addition to new subjects such as English and science, Zhou was also exposed to the writings of reformers and radicals such as Liang Qichao, Kang Youwei, Chen Tianhua, Zou Rong and Zhang Binglin. At the age of fourteen, Zhou declared that his motivation for pursuing education was to "become a great man who will take up the heavy responsibilities of the country in the future." In 1913, Zhou's uncle was transferred to Tianjin, where Zhou entered the famous Nankai Middle School.
In 1903, Huang organized the Anti-Russia Volunteer Army () of over two hundred fellow students in Japan. The Army, quickly shut down by authorities in Japan, was intended to protest Russia's growing hegemony over Outer Mongolia and its occupation of northeast China after the Boxer Uprising. Later in 1903 Huang returned to China and organized a meeting with Chen Tianhua, Song Jiaoren, and more than 20 other people. The group founded the Huaxinghui, a secret revolutionary party dedicated to the overthrow of the Qing Dynasty. Huang Xing was elected president.