Synonyms for weiguo or Related words with weiguo

renliang              xiaoguang              leilei              yijun              xiaobin              xiaoyang              jianhua              jianfeng              jiayi              xiaojuan              xiaolong              dongdong              weiqing              xiaoyan              guoping              jiawei              jianlin              jianan              haibo              guowei              weixing              wenbin              hongtao              guoliang              zhipeng              xiaohong              jiaqi              weijun              junmin              jingyu              enhua              yuqing              hongwei              zhibin              yajun              jiafu              zhiguo              zhixian              chaosheng              xiaoxu              xiaoxiao              zhihong              haitao              tingyu              jinyu              chunli              guofu              xiuwen              xiaotian              jiali             



Examples of "weiguo"
Midfield: Peng Weiguo (Guangzhou Songri), Fan Zhiyi (Shanghai Shenhua), Ma Mingyu (Guangdong Hongyuan), Cao Xiandong ()
Midfield: Peng Weiguo (Guangzhou Apollo), Gao Hongbo (Beijing Guoan), Cao Xiandong (Beijing Guoan)
Liu Weiguo (, born 3 May 1992) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande.
Weiguo Sun (孙卫国) is the president of Xihua University in Chengdu, Sichuan, People's Republic of China.
Nie Weiguo (; born August 1952) is a Chinese politician. He is the director of the Engineering Oversight Office of the Three Gorges Dam project.
Han Weiguo (; born January 1956) is a lieutenant general ("zhong Jiang") in the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) and the inaugural Commander of the Central Theater Command.
Ma Buqing's eldest son was Ma Xuyuan (Ma Hsü-yüan) 馬緒援 and he had another son Ma Weiguo (Ma Wei-kuo) 馬衛國.
Its jurisdiction includes Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi, Henan and Hubei. Its commander is Lt. Gen. Han Weiguo and its political commissar is Gen. Yin Fanglong.
Lin Weiguo (; born July 25, 1970) is a Chinese IM-titled chess player. He was National Chess Champion three times in 1991, 1992 and 1997.
Peng Weiguo (; born October 3, 1971 in Guangzhou, Guangdong) is a retired Chinese football player who was known as one of the best midfielders in China in the 1990s. He is now a football coach.
Yu Weiguo (; born October 1955) is a Chinese politician who has served as Governor of Fujian Province since November 2015 (acting until January 2016). He formerly served as Deputy Communist Party Secretary of Fujian, and Communist Party Secretary of Xiamen.
Born into a respectable family of Hakka Jiexi, Guangdong ancestry, Peng Weiguo and his brother Peng Weijun showed a lot of sporting potential and both would join then graduate from the Guangzhou Apollo youth team. After breaking into the Guangzhou Apollo senior team, Weiguo would quickly become an integral member of the team and then rise to prominence during the 1994 league season when he was named as their captain then lead them to a runners-up position as well as personally winning the Golden Ball award. Known for his brutal soccer style he controversially fouled and seriously hurt promising soccer star Zhang Haitao, which ultimately caused Zhang Haitao to retire. Peng Weiguo remained with Guangzhou until the 1997 league season when Chongqing Longxin were willing to pay 2,350,000 Renminbi for him, however despite his high transfer he was unable to live up to expectations and would return to the Guangdong province with Shenzhen Pingan where he was also offered a training position.
On 1 December 2009 top tier football club Guangzhou Pharmaceutical officially announced Peng Weiguo as their caretaker head coach. On 25 March 2010, it was announced that manager Peng had been relieved of his duties, with Korean manager Lee Jang-Soo put in charge. He became the manager of Guangzhou F.C. Youth Team.
Weiguo Sun was born in Chengdu on April 16, 1954. He earned his bachelor's degree in chemistry in 1977 from Xihua Normal University in Chengdu, and his master's degree in 1981 from Jilin University. He taught physical chemistry courses as a lecturer at Sichuan University from 1982 to 1986.
Li Zhilang first started his footballing career with Guangzhou Evergrande's youth academy as a young player. Li was promoted to Guangzhou's first team squad by then manager Peng Weiguo in the 2010 season. He made his debut for Guangzhou on 25 April 2010 in an away draw against Chengdu Blades.
Peng Weijun (Chinese:彭伟军; born February 23, 1973) is a retired Chinese football player who is the younger brother of former Chinese international Peng Weiguo. In his career, he played for Happy Valley, Guangzhou Apollo, Shenzhen Jinpeng, Qingdao Jonoon and Shenyang Ginde before he retired, where he has since become a businessman.
Weiguo is the Mandarin Pinyin spelling of three Chinese masculine given names "(see table)". These names are also spelled Wei-kuo in Mandarin Wade-Giles (used in Taiwan), Wai-kwok in typical Hong Kong Cantonese spelling, or Wee-kok in Minnan pronunciation.
Gong Weiguo (; born August 1972) is a Chinese politician who spent most of his career in south China's Hunan province. He was investigated by the Communist Party of China's anti-graft agency in April 2015. Previously he served as the Deputy Communist Party Secretary and Mayor of Linxiang.
The 1998 season is the 45th year in Guangzhou Football Club's existence, their 31st season in the Chinese football league and the 5th season in the professional football league. After selling two key players (Peng Weiguo and Hu Zhijun) at the beginning of the season, the club finished the last place of the league in this season and relegated to Jia-B League.
The case had crossed the boundary of a simple court story. "It determines the future of news monitoring in China" said Professor Wang Weiguo (王卫国) - a famous scholar of China University of Politics, "If the China Youth Daily loses, journalists will have to take serious risk whenever they want to reveal the dark side of the society or criticise the privileged afterwards."