Synonyms for wenhai or Related words with wenhai

jingyu              dezhi              wenli              zhixing              tielin              wenguang              chunyuan              chengwu              guangzhong              weiqing              zizhong              fengying              jiali              yijun              fanwen              jinguang              yiqing              zhensheng              qiming              zhaoxing              ruzhen              xuejian              minwei              gongquan              chunhua              leilei              yuanhao              qingzhao              tianhua              xiangyu              xueqi              songlin              zhenxiang              hongmin              nanxing              jizhong              daqi              xiaoxuan              xiuwen              xianchu              guowei              yonggang              yixiang              chengliang              hansheng              guangli              xianbin              hongzhu              guizhen              zhihui             

Examples of "wenhai"
The Naxi people, the main ethnic group in Lijiang, have lived in Wenhai for over 300 years. North of the Wenhai villages is the Xuehua village where there lives a group of Yi people, who still maintain their traditional lifestyle.
Li Wenhai () is a veteran Singaporean actor. He has acted in various Singaporean television dramas.
The Wenhai lake is a seasonal alpine lake and wetland throughout the Spring and Summer. The Wenhai lake basin is one big grazing ground with various little streams winding through the grassland. During every July and August when the rain season arrives, water begins to rise in Wenhai, and the lake is usually filled up by October. Then during the winter season, Wenhai water level lowers again until March of the next year. Then, the entire lake is emptied of water, when the basin turns into a grassland again. Every year between November and January of the next year, birds from as far as Siberia and Qinghai come to Wenhai to rest, creating a great opportunity for bird watching in the area.
Her brother Han Wenhai was a goalkeeper for China men's national football team.
Li Wenhai (, born February 28, 1932) is a Chinese historian and was the President of Renmin University of China.
The elevation at Wenhai is 3,100 meters. The unique climate and soil in the area nourished a variety of vegetative covers and plant species. Including old-growth forests, shrubs and meadows. There are also unique wild flowers that bloom all four seasons. Including over twenty species of rhododendrons. Wenhai is also home to a variety of economically viable mushrooms and precious medicinal herbs.
Li Wenhai was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu. He received his graduate degree from Renmin University in 1955. He was the President of the University from 1994 to 2000.
Wei Yimin moved into aquaculture business after his retirement, cultivating sea cucumber in Changxing Island with a few former teammates, including Han Wenhai.
Yue Wenhai (born January 1958) is a former Chinese official, he served as Mayor of Zhoukou from May 2012 to May 2013. He is now the Communist Party Secretary of China Minzu Securities.
South Wenhai Road () is a station on Line 1 of the Hangzhou Metro in China. It was opened on 24 November 2015, together with the expanded section of Line 1. It is located in the Jianggan District of Hangzhou.
Wenhai is a village in Lijiang, Yunnan province in China. It is located on the southern slope of Yulong (Jade Dragon) snow mountain and it is a part of the Lashihai provincial level Alpine Wetlands Nature Reserve.
Han Wenhai (; born 28 January 1971) is a former Chinese football goalkeeper, currently at Dalian Aerbin F.C. as a goalkeeping coach. The Chinese football goalkeeper Han Wenxia is his sister.
Home Truly (Chinese: 回家) is a Singaporean drama produced and telecast on Mediacorp Channel 8, starring Zhang Zhenhuan, Pierre Png, Somaline Ang, Chen Shucheng, Hong Huifang, Rayson Tan, Cavin Soh, Priscelia Chan, Chen Meixin, Adele Wong and Li Wenhai.
Yulong Naxi Autonomous County () is located in Lijiang City Prefecture, Yunnan, China. Wenhai village and lake along with Jade Dragon Snow Mountain are some of the famous scenic spots found here.
Yue Wenhai was born in Henan in 1958. In 1984, Yue Wenhai was admitted to the Henan Agricultural University, majoring in agricultural economics & management. After graduating from university in 1986, he became a civil servant. In 1995, he became the mayor of Xinzheng city. In 2012, he was transferred to Zhoukou city, as the mayor. In order to make new farmland, he launched the movement of dig graves, and he said:"It has no retreat, is a revolution, be an uphill battle." In May 2013, he resigned and became the party boss of China Minzu Securities.
Of the seven discoverers, only four are still alive: Yang Zhifa, Yang Quanyi, Yang Peiyan and Yang Xinman. Wang Puzhi committed suicide in 1997 while Yang Wenhai and Yang Yanxin died in their 50s of diseases, too poor to afford the medication necessary for their healing.
Han Wenhai would join second tier side Zhejiang Lücheng in 2001 and would go on to play eighteen league games, however he only stayed for one season before joining top tier Shenyang Ginde at the beginning of the 2002 league season. Han stayed with Shenyang for three seasons before retiring at the end of the 2004 league season.
Long Fuyuan (Li Wenhai), a Hainanese coffeeshop owner, has two sons (Ah Sing and Ah Zhuo) with his second wife in Indonesia. Long's first wife constantly makes life difficult for his second wife and her sons when they move to Singapore.
Mediacorp Channel 8's television series Home Truly is a family-drama series produced by Mediacorp Studios in 2016, starring Zhang Zhenhuan, Pierre Png, Somaline Ang, Chen Shucheng, Hong Huifang, Rayson Tan, Cavin Soh, Priscelia Chan, Chen Meixin, Adele Wong and Li Wenhai.
The third source, which constitutes the basis of the modern reconstructions, consists of monolingual Tangut dictionaries: the "Wenhai" (文海), two editions of the "Tongyin" (同音), the "Wenhai zalei" (文海雜類) and an untitled dictionary. The record of the pronunciation in these dictionaries is made using the principle of "fǎnqiè", borrowed from the Chinese lexicographic tradition. Although these dictionaries may differ on small details (e.g. the "Tongyin" categorizes the characters according to syllable initial and rime without taking any account of tone), they all adopt the same system of 105 rimes. A certain number of rimes are in complementary distribution with respect to the place of articulation of the initials, e.g. rimes 10 and 11 or rimes 36 and 37, which shows that the scholars who composed these dictionaries had made a very precise phonological analysis of their language.