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Shen Yanfei (; born December 24, 1979 in Hebei, China) is a female Chinese-born table tennis player who now represents Spain and resides in Cartagena, Murcia. Her birth name, "Shen Yanfei", follows Chinese convention so "Shen" is the family name and "Yanfei" the given name. She now has Spanish nationality and therefore her legal name is now "Yanfei Shen" following Spanish convention which puts family names last.
Xu Yanfei from China won the gold medal after beating Eduard Folayang in gold medal bout 2–0.
Jumabieke fought on the Chinese regional scene before joining Ranik Ultimate Fighting Federation (RUFF China) in 2011. He had a KO win over Bolin Li at RUFF 1 and a unanimous decision victory over Yanfei Zhao at RUFF 2.
While taking a vacation to China, Kolarik met Yanfei Hu, a student studying Chinese Literature at a university in China. According to Samantha Sanchez in her article, " Alumna Supports MBA Student From China ", Kolarik decided to sponsor Hu’s pursuit of her MBA in the United States.
Dvorak made her official debut, as a 20-year-old, at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed only in the inaugural women's team event. Playing with Chinese emigrants Shen Yanfei and Zhu Fang, Dvorak placed third in the preliminary pool round, with a total of four points, two defeats from Japan and South Korea, and a single victory over the Australian trio Miao Miao, Jian Fang Lay, and Stephanie Sang Xu.
Spain has entered three athletes into the table tennis competition at the Games. Remarkably going to her third Olympics, Shen Yanfei was automatically selected among the top 22 eligible players in the women's singles based on the ITTF Olympic Rankings. Meanwhile, He Zhiwen granted an invitation from ITTF to compete in the men's singles as one of the next seven highest-ranked eligible players, not yet qualified, on the Olympic Ranking List.
Spain qualified two athlete for singles table tennis events. Shen Yanfei qualified for the women's event based on the 2011 world rankings. On 14 April 2012, He Zhi Wen qualified in the European Qualification Tournament for the men's event, and on 14 May 2012 at the World Olympic Qualification Tournament in Doha, Carlos Machado for the men's event; Galia Dvorak and Sara Ramírez completed the Spanish team for the women's team event, and one of them played the women's event too.
Lu returned to action in the 2014 season with her first appearance at the Shanghai Diamond League (coming tenth) and a third-place finish at the IAAF World Challenge Beijing. She was chosen as Asia's representative at the 2014 IAAF Continental Cup, finishing seventh, and placed sixth at the 2014 Asian Games. With her season's best of she ranked in the top fifty globally that year and was joint best Asian athlete alongside her compatriot Jiang Yanfei.
Four years after competing in her first Olympics, Dvorak qualified for her second Spanish team, as a 24-year-old, at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, by receiving an allocation spot from the Final World Qualifying Tournament in Doha, Qatar. With a maximum of two quotas per nation in the singles tournament, Dvorak accepted the third spot, and thereby competed only in the women's team event, along with her fellow players Sara Ramírez and Shen Yanfei. Dvorak and her team lost the first round match to the formidable Chinese trio Li Xiaoxia, Guo Yue, and Ding Ning, with a unanimous set score of 0–3 (4–11, 7–11, 12–14).
Santos won her first national racewalking title in 2005 and became a two-time national champion in 2010 with a win at the Meeting de Marcha Atlética da Cidade de Olhao. She took another victory on home turf soon after, winning the Grande Premio Internacional en Marcha Atletica in Rio Maior. She led the race throughout, holding off China's Li Yanfei, and after the win she began altitude training to prepare for the upcoming World Race Walking Cup. She took her third circuit win of the year at the Coppa Città di Sesto San Giovanni. She competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Olga Kaniskina of Russia looked to continue a series of major victories which had seen her win consecutive world titles (2007, 2009), the 2008 Olympic title and a gold medal at the 2010 European Championships. Two other Russians, Vera Sokolova and Anisya Kirdyapkina, had walked the two fastest times ever for the distance that February and comprised her primary opposition. Outside of the Russians, 2009 medallists Olive Loughnane and Liu Hong were the other major medal contenders. Other entrants were Qieyang Shenjie, Li Yanfei, Beatriz Pascual, Kumi Otoshi and Vera Santos – all of whom were among the fastest walkers that year.
Other activities of the cIAP1 have been reported by Yanfei Qi et al. It has got a critical role in controlling β-cell survival under endoplasmatic reticulum (ER) stress. Studies show that when the protein is exposed to palmitate the concentration of cIAP1 decreases and, as a result, the apoptosis is no longer inhibited resulting in the death of the cell. ER stress increases cIAP1 expression in cancer cells through the UPR pathway, that is why, the induction of cIAP1 is suggested to be important for cancerous cell survival under stress conditions.
She placed fourth at the 2007 Summer Universiade and came twelfth at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics. Otoshi was the silver medallist behind Li Yanfei at the 2009 East Asian Games. In her second global appearance she came 22nd at the 2010 IAAF World Race Walking Cup. She figured in the top twenty at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, although her 19th-place finish was not improvement on her 2009 performance. She was one place higher at the 2012 IAAF World Race Walking Cup.
Her best of the 2011 season came indoors on the national circuit, with a mark of in Nanjing. She failed to better that outdoors, placing eleventh at the 2011 Asian Athletics Championships, but continued with strong indoor performances the following year by taking her first senior medal – a bronze – at the 2012 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships on home soil in Hangzhou. She was beaten by her younger national rival, Lu Minjia. Her next major outing was the 2013 Asian Athletics Championships, where she was her country's only representative in the women's long jump, and she finished down in eighth at the competition. She did not jump much beyond six metres that year. Her best of the season was at the 12th Chinese National Games, where she jumped for third while representing her native Fujian. She returned to the site of her first medal at the 2014 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships, but finished in sixth while her countrywoman Jiang Yanfei took bronze.
The film is the vanity project of realtor billionaire Jon Jiang (Jiang Hongyu), who financed part of the films budget. The screenplay went through 40 drafts and took over four years using a total of ten screenwriters. Initially Monica Bellucci was set to star in the film although she eventually dropped out and Sharon Stone was courted and then replaced with Olga Kurylenko. Catwoman director, Pitof, was set to direct although he too eventually dropped out, only to be replaced by Michael French and then two more directors. The Romanian actress Irena Violette quit the movie halfway through and had to escape the mountainside film set, subsequently her character the mermaid Dada, who is the bodyguard of Aka (played by Jon Jiang's mistress Shi Yanfei) was cut from the film. Tom Archdeacon, who was to play as a human, also left shooting of the movie. The movies were planned to be a franchise on the scale of Star Wars or Lord of the Rings, with a trilogy to be made and an accompanying animated series, video games and a theme park in China.