Synonyms for xueying or Related words with xueying

lingwei              yufen              leilei              shaojie              guowei              yingwen              mingjuan              xufeng              yanfeng              yueqi              jingyu              yanmei              yanfei              jinzhe              renliang              chengliang              hongxia              xianying              chunhong              weixing              zhixing              xiaohong              lijia              anqi              shaoxuan              xiaoyang              zijun              haiqi              guizhen              xingjuan              shuhai              yaying              jiaqi              jianan              aiping              jianfeng              xinyue              yufei              qifeng              guoxiang              tianweili              chunli              yafei              honggen              fengying              weiguo              panfeng              yixiang              yinghui              jiafu             

Examples of "xueying"
In 2006, Ma co-starred with Chen Jianbin, Jiang Qinqin and Lei Kesheng in "Qiao's Grand Courtyard" as Jiang Xueying. In June 2006, Ma signed with Orange Sky Entertainment Group.
Li Xueying (; born May 15, 1990 in Henan) is a Chinese weightlifter. She won gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics by lifting and on snatch and clean & jerk, respectively, with a total weight lifted of , setting a new Olympic record in both snatch and total weight lifted.
"Xue Long" has a crew of 34 and can accommodate 128 researchers or passengers. She has of laboratory space. In addition to a Kamov Ka-32 "Xueying" (Snow Eagle) helicopter, the ship also carries an Arctic class ARV autonomous underwater vehicle on a regular basis.
While the series follow the chronological events of Qiao Zhiyong's life, screenwriter Zhu Xiuhai employ some artistic license in depicting Qiao's "romances". The characters Lu Yuhan, Qiao's wife, and Jiang Xueying, Qiao's cousin, are fictitious. In reality Qiao Zhiyong had six successive wives (each died after succeeding a previous wife), since he lived a long life.
The series chronicles the life of late Qing Dynasty financier and businessman Qiao Zhiyong, the most famous member of the Qiao Family from Qi County, Shanxi. The series start during the reign of the Xianfeng Emperor when Qiao Zhiyong, a young scholar, leaves for Beijing for the imperial examination. The death of his sick elder brother Qiao Zhiguang forces Zhiyong to return home without sitting for the papers. His sister-in-law, Madam Cao, compels Qiao to take on the family's business, although he is initially reluctant to do so because he prefers academic studies. But with the Qiao's family business in arrears, Qiao marries Lu Yuhan, daughter of the wealthy Shanxi merchant Lu Dake, against his will, to save his family from bankruptcy. As a result, he forgoes marrying his childhood sweetheart, maternal cousin Jiang Xueying.