Synonyms for yiqing or Related words with yiqing

wenguang              guowei              jiafu              jingyu              yixiang              gongquan              weiying              guangyi              tiexin              guoping              xiaoxuan              yiguang              zongyuan              guofu              tianran              aiying              dezhi              guizhen              wenyi              zhiguang              leilei              juzheng              guoquan              zhixing              qifeng              yijun              chunyuan              yuxiu              yitang              zhixi              hanzhao              haiguang              yidan              guangmei              huanming              chengwu              jizhong              xuefeng              fengyi              zhiji              renliang              taigong              qiwei              xiaoyang              chunhua              xifu              xinxin              zilong              jiali              baolong             



Examples of "yiqing"
Yiqing Yin studied at the Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. After graduating Yiqing completed an internship at French brand Cacharel and was a clasher for 1.5 years.
In 2014, he created goodies for Lancôme with Jacquemus and Yiqing Yin.
Fragility of Duplication- Zhu Yiqing & Xue Yongjun Works Exhibition on Artlinkart
Made in China- Exhibition by Zhu Yiqing & Xue Yongjun on Artlinkart
Touzi Yiqing (; ), sometimes also Touzi Qing Huayan, was a Zen Buddhist monk during the early Song Dynasty.
There are a number of taxi companies in Qingdao including Yiqing Company, Zhongqing Company, Jiaoyun Company and, Huaqing Company.
In the early reign of the Zhengde Emperor (r. 1505–1521), the Mongols invaded Guyuan. The general Cao Xiong (曹雄) rejected external help from reinforcements. Yang Yiqing (楊一清) led lightly armed cavalry to launch a surprise attack on the Mongols and succeeded in driving them back. After this incident, Yang Yiqing recognised that military operations in Yansui, Ningxia and Gansu had to be better coordinated, hence he urged the imperial court to appoint a viceroy to oversee the three areas. Liu Daxia (劉大夏) nominated Yang Yiqing for that position.
Yiqing Yin is a Chinese-born, Paris-based Haute Couture designer and an official member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture.
Alingpo (; also called Yiqing 彝青 or Dry Yi 干彝) is a Loloish language of eastern Yunnan, China. Li, et al. (2011) classifies Alingpo as an Eastern Yi language similar to Nasu and Gepo.
Godbeast Megazord: Return of Green Dragon is a 2016 Chinese animated fantasy adventure film directed by Zhu Xiaobing and Huang Yiqing. It was released in China by Pearl River Pictures on September 15, 2016.
In September 2010, Living Earth Television's first broadcast appeared on LinkTV. LETV's newly released English language version of an award-winning documentary from Chinese producer Zhang Yiqing, "Kindergarten", was featured on LinkTV's DocDebut site.
IFM accompanies the development of young creative labels through its programme "IFM Labels" (formerly known as IFM Entrepreneurs). Since 2011 prestigious labels such as Jacquemus, Vetements, Yiqing Yin or MELINDAGLOSS have benefited from this coaching programme.
Zhu Yiqing (b. 1974 Nantong, Jiangsu Province) is a Beijing-based artist. Cooperating with the other artist Xue Yongjun, they formed an "artists group" and started to create and paint together.
In 2010, Yiqing Yin was invited to present her first collection ""Exile"" at the "Hyères International Festival", which won her the "Grand Prize of Creation from the city of Paris" and the "Andam Prize for First Collection". These early creation were later displayed in the windows of "French Ministère de la Culture" and at the Théâtre National de Chaillot in Paris. In July 2011 following her second collection "Ouvrir Venus", Yiqing was invited to be a guest member of Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture by Didier Grumbach the Director of French Federation of Couture. Yiqing Yin now shows her collections during the Paris Fashion Week. In 2015, Yin became one of the 14 official members of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture.
To make the history of Soto even more complicated, the Caodong-lineage that Dogen inherited through Rujing was passed on previously from the Caodong-master Dayang Jingxuan to Touzi Yiqing via the Rinzai-master Fushan Fayuan. Fushan Fayuan had once studied under Dayang Jingxuan. When Jingxuan died Fayuan had received Jingxuan's "portrait, robe, and a verse that expressed his teaching", promising "to pass them on to a suitable successor". Fayuan chose his student Touzi Yiqing to inherit this lineage, a fact that was acknowledged in Keizan's Denkoroku, but "[i]n the standard versions of Dogen's writings, however, all direct references to Yiqing's indirect succession have been eliminated".
To make the history of Soto even more complicated, the Caodong-lineage that Dogen inherited through Rujing was passed on previously from the Caodong-master Dayang Jingxuan to Touzi Yiqing via the Rinzai-master Fushan Fayuan. Fushan Fayuan had once studied under Dayang Jingxuan. When Jingxuan died Fayuan had received Jingxuan's "portrait, robe, and a verse that expressed his teaching", promising "to pass them on to a suitable successor". Fayuan chose his student Touzi Yiqing to inherit this lineage, a fact that was acknowledged in Keizan's Denkoroku, but "[i]n the standard versions of Dogen's writings, however, all direct references to Yiqing's indirect succession have been eliminated".
Zhang Yiqing was first arranged the role of four operas in the New opera "Mandarin Duck Sword" (鸳鸯剑). One of Shanghai "Chuan Generation" (传字辈)—Zheng Chuanjian (郑传鉴) was invited to rehearse The Cowherd and The Weaving Maid (牛郎织女) and this was the first time that Zhang received influence from Kunqu predecessors.
In the 11th century the Caodong-school nearly extinguished. Dayang Jingxuan (942-1027), the last desecendant of the Caodong-lineage passed on his dharma-transmission via Fushan Fayuan, a teacher from the Linji school, to Fayuan's student Touzi Yiqing (1032-1083), who was born five years after Jingxuan's death.
The Liu Song Dynasty (420-479) "A New Account of the Tales of the World" ("Shishuo xinyu" 世說新語), compiled by Liu Yiqing (劉義慶, 403-444), contains contemporary references to using the drug. The text uses "xingsan" four times, "wushisan" once, "fusan" (服散 "take powder") once, and has two references to harmful side effects.
This later became a Chinese idiom (覆巢之下,安有完卵), used to describe that when a group suffers, all individuals belonging to it will be affected. An alternate but similar story could also be found in "A New Account of the Tales of the World" by Liu Yiqing (劉義慶), which is written in a more elaborate style.