Synonyms for xiuwen or Related words with xiuwen

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Examples of "xiuwen"
Xiuwen County (修文县) is a county of Guizhou, China. It is under the administration of Guiyang city.
Cui Xiuwen (born 1970) is a Harbin-born Chinese artist who produces oil paintings, video and photo works. Cui Xiuwen is a leading artist of contemporary art in China. Her works are collected by major museums such as Tate Modern and Brooklyn Museum.
Peng Xiuwen (; 7 February 1931 – 28 December 1996) was a noted Chinese conductor and composer. He was a native of Wuhan, Hubei province, in central China.
The Liuguanghe Xiqian Expressway Bridge is a 375 metres high cable-stay bridge crossing the Yachi River between Xiuwen, Guiyang, and Qianxi, Bijie in Guizhou, China.
Shen Yue (; 441–513), courtesy name Xiuwen (休文), was a poet, statesman, and historian born in Huzhou, Zhejiang. He served emperors under the Liu Song Dynasty, the Southern Qi Dynasty, and the Liang Dynasty.
The entire Guiyang municipality currently consists of six districts, one county-level city and three counties. The districts are Nanming, Yunyan, Huaxi, Wudang, Baiyun and Guanshanhu. The county-city is Qingzhen and the counties are Kaiyang, Xifeng and Xiuwen.
Li was married to Li Xiuwen (李秀文) at 20 in an arranged marriage, but they separated soon afterwards. Li Zongren and Li Xiuwen had a son, Li Youlin (李幼鄰). In 1924, Li married Guo Dejie (郭德潔), who died of breast cancer soon after returning with Li to Beijing. Li and Guo had one son: Li Zhisheng (李志聖). Li then remarried, to Hu Yousong (胡友松), who was 48 years younger than Li, and the daughter of actress Hu Die. Hu changed her name to Wang Xi (王曦) after Li died, and remarried.
Cui Xiuwen was born in 1970 in Harbin, China. She attended the Fine Arts School of Northeast Normal University and graduated in 1990. She then went on to study at China's Central Academy of Fine Arts and received her Masters of Fine Arts in 1996.
The work achieved wide attention in 1954, when the arrangement for Chinese orchestra by the conductor Peng Xiuwen was disseminated throughout China. Other arrangements have been made by the Taiwanese composers Cheng Si-sum (鄭思森) and Chen Tscheng-hsiung (陳澄雄).
Guo Jing and Huang Rong play supporting roles in the character development of the protagonist Yang Guo in the sequel. The couple have three children (Guo Fu, Guo Xiang, and Guo Polu) and have also accepted the brothers Wu Xiuwen and Wu Dunru as their students.
Peng Xiuwen composed a piece of orchestral music inspired by Tang dynasty poet Zhang Ruoxu's famous poem "Spring River in the Flower Moon Night" ("Chun Jiang Hua Yue Ye", 春江花月夜). It has since entered the classical repertoire for the traditional Chinese instrument guzheng.
Its most famous conductor was Peng Xiuwen. Recordings by the Orchestra of pieces such as "Dance of the Yao People," "Purple Bamboo Melody," "The Moon Reflected in Two Springs," "The Moon On High," "Days of Emancipation," "Dancing in the Moonlight," and "Spring on a Moonlit River" were disseminated widely throughout China and still widely known, and a compilation of the orchestra's music entitled "Phases of the Moon: Traditional Chinese Music", produced by the China Record Company and released by CBS in 1981, was one of the first and best known recordings of Chinese music in the West. Succeeding Peng Xiuwen in 1997 as the orchestra's conductor was Peng Jiapeng (彭家鹏, b. 1965).
In 709, during the reign of Wu Zetian's son Emperor Zhongzong, Zhao Yanzhao was promoted to be "Zhongshu Shilang" (中書侍郎), the deputy head of the legislative bureau of government (中書省) and given the designation "Tong Zhongshu Menxia Pingzhangshi" (同中書門下平章事), making him a chancellor "de facto". He was also made an imperial scholar at the Xiuwen Pavilion (修文館).
In 1963, Zhang won Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress for her household character in comedy "Li Shuangshuang". She is considered to be of the "four great drama actresses" in China (四大名旦), along with Bai Yang, Shu Xiuwen and Qin Yi. Zhangs portrayal and the film were praised by the premier Zhou Enlai. Zhang played a character who took an equal role to the men in the story.
At the beginning of the story, Yang encounters the insane Ouyang Feng, who likes him and accepts him as a godson. Ouyang teaches him the 'Toad Skill' (蛤蟆功). Yang used this skill once in his childhood on the Wu brothers when he was bullied by them and he injured Wu Xiuwen. He uses the skill again when he is bullied in Quanzhen Sect and knocks out one of the bullies.
On an institutional level, Fryns conceived China Gold, with curator Alona Kagen, which took place at the Musee Maillol in Paris during the 2008 Summer Olympics. Artists associated with the show included Ai Weiwei, Cui Xiuwen, Zhang Dali, Yue Minjun, Wang Guangyi, Ma Liuming, Cang Xin, Wang Qingsong, Ling Jian, Yin Zhaoyang, Feng Zhengjie, Yang Shaobin, Zeng Fanzhi, Zhang Xiaogang, Tang Zhigang, Zhang Huan, Li Qing and Zheng Guogu, among others.
In 708, when Emperor Zhongzong established an imperial literary institute Xiuwen Pavilion (修文館), Li Jiao was made a scholar at the institute, and Emperor Zhongzong often summoned the scholars for literary contests to be judged by Consort Shangguan. Also in 708, he was made minister of defense (兵部尚書, "Bingbu Shangshu") and remained chancellor with the "Tong Zhongshu Menxia Sanpin". He was also created the Duke of Zhao and given the honorific title "Tejin" (特進).
Bai Yang (; 4 March 1920 – 18 September 1996) was a Chinese film and drama actress mainly active from the 1930s to the 1950s, during which she was one of the country's most popular movie stars. She was considered the foremost of China's "Four Great Drama Actresses," ahead of Qin Yi, Shu Xiuwen, and Zhang Ruifang. Her most famous films include "Crossroads" (1937), "The Spring River Flows East" (1947), "Eight Thousand Li of Cloud and Moon" (1947), and "New Year's Sacrifice" (1955).
Qianxi County ranges in latitude from 26° 45' to 27° 21' N and in longitude from 105° 47' to 106° 26' E, and straddles the middle reaches of the Wu River. It borders Xiuwen County to the east, Qingzhen and Zhijin County to the south, Dafang County to the west, north and northeast, and Jinsha County to the north. As measured from the county seat, the provincial capital Guiyang is away, while the prefectural seat, Qixingguan, is off.
The Second Sino-Japanese War erupted soon afterwards, and the hard-fought Battle of Shanghai severely damaged China's film industry. With the fall of Shanghai, Bai Yang retreated to Chongqing, the wartime Chinese capital. During the eight years of the war, she starred in just three films, including "Children of China" (dir. Shen Xiling) and "Youthful China" (dir. Sun Yu), all patriotic in nature. In addition, she acted in more than 40 plays, also mainly patriotic. She was considered the foremost of the "Four Great Drama Actresses" of the time, ahead of her peers Qin Yi, Shu Xiuwen, and Zhang Ruifang.