Synonyms for weicheng or Related words with weicheng

qinggang              yihe              xifu              guihua              songtao              yongqing              jiafu              dayou              mingshan              xiaocheng              jianzhang              baohua              fucheng              shangzhi              jixiang              xiufeng              yuping              yanling              xiaowan              zizhong              qifeng              wenyi              lingyun              chunhua              xiaonan              guiqing              jinrong              zixing              guoji              jingyan              yucheng              chengji              zhixing              jiayi              yijun              shengkun              xiyang              songlin              chengwu              huichang              jingyu              yiyuan              weichang              yongsheng              yujun              shusheng              qianli              wenming              changqing              haoran             

Examples of "weicheng"
Weicheng District () is a district of Weifang, Shandong, China. Weicheng has an area of 272.3 km² and around 368,200 inhabitants (2003).
Weicheng District ( is a district of Xianyang, Shaanxi, China.
The Weifang Railway Station () is a railway station found in Weicheng District, a part of Weifang City, Shandong. It currently lies on the Qingdao–Jinan High-Speed Railway.
Wang Weicheng (; born 1 September 1991 in Chongqing) is a Chinese football player who currently plays for Chinese Super League side Chongqing Lifan.
Kuiwen (奎文区) is a district of Weifang in the Chinese province of Shandong. Weicheng has an area of 71 km² and around 339,000 inhabitants (2003).
Fangzi (坊子区) is a district of Weifang in the Chinese province of Shandong. Weicheng has an area of 345.55 km² and around 239,500 inhabitants (2003).
It is not known when Li Weiyue was born. He was not Li Baochen's oldest son — as his half-brother Li Weicheng (李惟誠) was older than he was — but as Li Weiyue was born of Li Baochen's wife and Li Weicheng was not, Li Weiyue was considered Li Baochen's proper heir. Li Weiyue also had at least one younger brother, Li Weijian (李惟簡).
Xie married Ling Weicheng (凌維誠) in 1929, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters: Youmin (幼民), Jimin (繼民), Xuefen (雪芬) and Lanfen (蘭芬).
Guo Weicheng () (1912 - January 1, 1995) was a major general of the People's Liberation Army, a politician of the People's Republic of China, and a former Minister of Railways of China.
Qian Weicheng was one of the foremost Orthodox School landscapists and flower painters of the eighteenth century. Enjoying a brilliant official career, Qian rose to the rank of vice-president of the Board of Works. At the same time, the Qianlong Emperor considered him to be one of the outstanding painters of the age. In over twenty years' service at court, Qian Weicheng produced more than 275 paintings for the emperor. Even after Qian's death in 1772, the emperor continued, as on this album, to add appreciative inscriptions.
One of Wang Wei's poems, called "Weicheng Qu" or "Song of the City of Wei" has been adapted to the famous music melody, "Yangguan Sandie" or "Three Refrains on the Yang Pass". The most famous version of this melody is based on a tune for guqin first published in 1864 but may be traced back to a version from 1530.
Qian Weicheng (style name Zongpan, sobriquet You’an), a native of Changzhou, Jiangsu, came in first place in the civil service exams of 1745. In painting, he looked back to the Four Yuan Masters and more recently in his day to the Four Wangs of the Qing. Receiving instruction from Dong Bangda, he also entered the Southern Studio at court.
Koon Chung-yuen (Andy Lau), a Yamen officer of Weicheng, is childhood friends with Man Tim-fuk (Liu Kai-chi), however, their respective mothers are enemies and opposes their sons' friendship. Coincidentally, Chung-yuen and Tim-fuk happen to rescue Cho Sam (Lee Hoi-sang), a relative the nation's founding father, whom escaped from the imperial court to Mount Jiuhua and therefore, Chung-yuen and Tim-fuk were knocked down into a well by the evil Sam Sik-kei (Sam Kam). Fortunately, they were rescued by a lumberjack, and Chung-yuen subsequently becomes the archaic of Weicheng. Although Cho successfully locates the long-retired Cheung Leung (Patrick Tse) in Mount Jiuhua, he was killed by Sam Sik-kei. Cheung has therefore determined to avenge Cho and re-enter the world. Although Chung-yuen, the newly appointed archaic, was able to escape danger, his fate changes when he is ordered escort thirty young children, which includes Tim-fuk, out the city.
Due to their monastic insincerity, Chung-yuen and Tim-fuk were only able to learn limited amount of Taoism skills and Cheung abandons them. After returning to Weichang, they managed to help villages expose swindling fortune tellers in town and won the villager's support. The swindler's Wuchen Tao temple were given to Chung-yuen and Tim-fuk, whom change it to a Zixia Tao temple. Zixia Tao elder Ngo Fung (Joseph Lee) meets Chung-yuen and Tim-fuk while working in Weicheng. On the fifth day of August, the Royal Star appears in Weicheng, and Empress Luo sends assassins to kill Empress Dowager Pok (Teresa Ha) and her son who have been living in seclusion for years. While protecting their children, Chung-yuen's mother (Lee Heung-kam) was killed by Lui, while Tim-fuk's mother was laid off a cliff.
Weifang () is a prefecture-level city in central Shandong province, People's Republic of China. The city borders Dongying to the northwest, Zibo to the west, Linyi to the southwest, Rizhao to the south, Qingdao to the east, and looks out to the Laizhou Bay to the north. Its population was 9,086,241 at the 2010 census, of whom 2,659,938 lived in the built-up ("or metro") area made up of 4 urban districts ("Kuiwen, Weicheng, Hanting and Fangzi") and Changle County largely being urbanized.
November 8, 2013, Campbell and Compal Electronics announced the sale to Taiwan Vibo Star mobile telecommunications, the end of April 2014 to be converted to equity conversion STAR holds 8% stake in Taiwan [1]; share swap After Campbell Compal Electronics and Taiwan held each about Star 4% stake, no longer holds Vibo Telecom stake [2]. January 23, 2014, Vibo Telecom board meeting, approved the resignation of General Manager Zhou Zhongqi, vice chairman Yan Weicheng also the general manager [3].
Sinosaurichthys is an extinct genus of saurichthyid ray-finned fish which existed in southwestern China, during the middle Triassic (Anisian age). Fossils have been found in the Upper Member of the Guanling Formation of two localities: Yangjuan of Panxian County, Guizhou Province, and Dawazi of Luoping, Yunnan Province, China. It was first named by Wu Feixiang, Sun Yuanlin, Xu Guanghui, Hao Weicheng, Jiang Dayong and Sun Zuoyu in 2010 and the type species is "Sinosaurichthys longipectoralis".
In 2009, McMahon announced his resignation from WWE which went into effect January 1, 2010. He later became CEO of entertainment service company YOU On Demand in late 2010. On July 12, 2013, McMahon voluntarily stepped down as CEO of YOU On Demand and appointed Weicheng Liu as his successor, while remaining the company's principal executive officer and Vice Chairman of the Board. On February 22, 2016, he returned to the WWE as an on-screen character.
Wang Weicheng started his football career when he was promoted to Chongqing Lifan's first team in the 2010 season. On 4 May 2011, he made his senior debut in the first round of 2011 Chinese FA Cup against Beijing Baxy. He scored his first goal in the match, which ensured Chongqing's 3–0 home victory. Wang made his Super League debut on 6 March 2016, in a 2–1 home win against Guangzhou Evergrande, coming on as a substitute for Fernandinho in the 86th minute.
Xianyang (; ) is a Chinese city that was the capital of China in the Qin dynasty. It is a prefecture in modern-day Shaanxi province, on the Wei River, and is located a few kilometers upstream (west) from Xi'an. Integrated into the Xi'an metropolitan area, one of the main urban agglomerations in inland China, with more than 7.17 million inhabitants, its built-up area made of 2 urban districts (Qindu and Weicheng) was 945,420 inhabitants at the 2010 census. It has a total area of .