Synonyms for xiwen or Related words with xiwen

yuzhen              jiajia              xiaowei              xiufeng              yingxiong              chunhua              jiafu              jiayi              zihua              zhihui              zhongwen              xiaoying              yongqing              tianhua              fangfang              jiali              guixin              jiaxi              chaofeng              guofu              zhihao              qianli              xiangfei              tiexin              baohua              chaoying              zijian              yijun              zhijie              junjie              shaojun              lihua              zhui              yunshan              xiaoyan              yuanhao              yixiang              xiangyu              haoran              jinying              jingyu              zhiyong              zhixing              meifang              sanniang              nangong              chenxin              yanzhi              anqi              jinguang             

Examples of "xiwen"
Cao Xiwen (born 16 November 1983) is a Chinese actress.
Mei Xiwen (born October 8, 1982) is a Chinese professional snooker player.
- Chen Xiwen • Director, Rural Work Group State Council, Peoples Republic of China
Under the Reformed Government, Su Xiwen continued as head of the Supervisory Yamen until he was replaced by Fu Xiao'an as mayor on October 16, 1938.
Huo Xiwen (Paige Chua) endures marital problems with her husband Huang Degang (Elvin Ng) and suffers a miscarriage after an accident.
Software engineer Fu Jiazi (Elvin Ng) hitched a hike from his friend Ken and met with a traffic accident. Ken sustained serious injuries. As Jiazi was incapable of performing first aid, Ken died due to excessive loss of blood. Jiazi was inundated with guilt and made up his mind to switch career track by enrolling into the nursing course. His mother opposed to the decision, fortunately his father was supportive. Out of self-remorse, Jiazi got together with Ken’s sister Dai Xiwen. However, Xiwen did not wish to have a relationship built from charity and broke off with Jiazi. Jiazi was the nursing mentor of Youle and both developed affection for each other with time, but Jiazi’s guilt towards Xiwen prevented him from taking a step further with Youle.
Nathan Sivin (born 11 May 1931), also known as Xiwen (), is an American author, scholar, sinologist, historian, essayist, and currently professor emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife, the artist Carole Sivin.
There is an annotated English translation by Luo Xiwen,Ph.D, with three hundred modern case histories titled: "Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber with 300 Cases." First published in 1995 by New World Press.
In the 2006/2007 season, Burden qualified for the China Open. He defeated Shokat Ali, Rod Lawler and former top-16 player David Gray to qualify for the tournament. Unfortunately for Burden, he lost his opening Wild Card game to local player Mei Xiwen, 2–5. He dropped off the main tour after the 2007/08 season.
Wang Xiwen () was a Chinese police officer and mass murderer who killed seven people and wounded twelve others in Handan, People's Republic of China on November 17, 1980, before being arrested. He was sentenced to death in a public trial on June 10, 1981 and executed immediately afterwards.
Zhenhao is later diagnosed with breast cancer, and together with her former schoolmate and rival, Xiwen, who’s also seen her share of misfortune, the pair travel back in time to start their lives over and avoid all the mistakes they’ve made. But the two long-suffering wives realise they’re worse off than before.
A 2004 Chinese television film "The Pearl Shirt" (珍珠衫), directed by Teng Huatao, was based on the story. It starred Sunny Chan as Chen Dalang, Li Chen as Jiang Xingge, Choi On-kiu as Wang Sanqiao, and Cao Xiwen as the maid Qing'er.
Xiwen (; born July 1955) is a Chinese politician who served as the Deputy Communist Party Secretary of Beijing between 2013 and 2015, and prior to that, the head of the Organization Department of the Beijing Party Committee. She was investigated for corruption in 2015, and later expelled from the Communist Party.
He became a member of the Beijing party standing committee in July 2013, taking charge of the Zhongguancun administrative district a month later, in addition to overseeing education in the city. In May 2016, he replaced the disgraced Lü Xiwen as deputy party chief of the Chinese capital.
On November 11, 2015, Lü Xiwen was placed under investigation by the Party's internal disciplinary body for "serious violations of regulations". She was the first provincial-ministerial level official being examined from Beijing after the 18th Party Congress in 2012. On January 5, 2016, Lü Xiwen was expelled from the Communist Party of China. The party's internal investigation concluded that Lü "violated political rules, trivialized policies and the direction of the party centre, formed factions of her own, resisted investigation, did not honestly report her own activities to the [investigating] organization, interfered in the personnel decisions of her previous area of oversight [assumed to be Xicheng District], lost control of her staff, violated the Eight-point Regulation, frequented private clubs; interfered with the market economy, interfered with law enforcement; violated lifestyle discipline, lived a life of luxury and pleasure seeking."
Huo is chosen to represent China in a martial arts tournament held in Shanghai, with champions from various countries participating. Huo defeats all his opponents until he meets Itō, a brutish Japanese fighter. As Huo had been secretly poisoned by a spy planted by Wang Xiwen in Jingwu School, he collapses during the match but manages to defeat Itō before dying. Chen Zhen continues Huo's legacy by upholding the Jingwu spirit and he seeks to bring Huo's murderers to justice. The final scenes in the last episode are reminiscent of the 1972 film "Fist of Fury", where Chen charges into the Hongkou dojo and takes down every opponent he meets before killing Wang Xiwen. The final scene shows Chen charging with a flying kick towards a line of armed soldiers firing at him.
Du Runsheng (; July 18, 1913 – October 9, 2015) was a Chinese military officer, revolutionary leader, politician, and economist. He has been hailed as "China's father of rural reform". From 1982 to 1986, he drew up the annual "Document No.1 of the Central Government" about rural reform, which promoted the development of rural areas. Du's students included Wang Qishan, Justin Yifu Lin, Zhou Qiren, Wen Tiejun, Wang Xiaoqiang, Chen Xiwen, Zhang Musheng, Du Ying and Weng Yongxi.
After Liang Hongzhi established the Reformed Government of the Republic of China in Nanjing in March 1938, the Japanese Central China Area Army organized a number of public rallies and ceremonies in support. In less than a month, the Reformed Government asserted its authority over the Great Way Government by establishing a Supervisory Yamen to take over the functions of the Shanghai municipal administration. Su Xiwen formally recognized the Reform Government and adopting its flag on May 3, 1938.
Tong was born into a Manchurian family in the city of Harbin, China, the home of Chinese pair skating. He began skating at age six. He originally competed as a single skater. He then competed as an ice dancer for two years because of his weak jumps. After his short ice dancing career, Tong switched to pairs. He previously competed with Zhang Xiwen. In 1993, coach Yao Bin teamed him up with Qing and they have been skating together ever since.
In 1452 Wujing Boshi was bestowed upon the offspring of Mengzi-Meng Xiwen 孟希文 56th generation and Yan Hui-Yan Xihui 顔希惠 59th generation, the same was bestowed on the offspring of Zhou Dunyi-Zhou Mian 週冕 12th generation, the two Cheng brothers (Cheng Hao and Cheng Yi-Chen Keren 程克仁 17th generation), Zhu Xi-Zhu Ting 朱梴 (Zhu Chan?) 9th generation, in 1456-1457, in 1539 the same was awarded to Zeng Can's offspring-Zeng Zhicui 曾質粹 60th generation, in 1622 the offspring of Zhang Zai received the title and in 1630 the offspring of Shao Yong.