Synonyms for yunshan or Related words with yunshan

chunhua              dejiang              guanzheng              yijun              wenyi              liangyu              zhizhong              qingli              jiafu              zhiguang              zhidong              qiwei              chunxian              jingyu              guozhang              jiali              yihe              dingyi              yilong              zhihui              fuzhi              xuefeng              guoliang              kecheng              jianzhu              guowei              guofu              zizhong              dayou              shengjun              qiming              daoming              fengyi              ruiqing              yongqing              jinguang              shaoyi              fakui              zhixing              zhengzhi              yandong              yujun              jianxing              weicheng              jitang              gongquan              shichang              yishan              guoxiang              dezhi             

Examples of "yunshan"
Yunshan Road Station () is a station on Shanghai Metro Line 6. It began operation on December 29, 2007. It is located at the junction of Yunshan Road and Zhangyang Road.
Its current group leader is Liu Yunshan; with Liu Yandong and Liu Qibao as deputies.
The Yunshan School (), was built in the late Qing Dynasty, now it is the famous scenic site.
Picea koraiensis, with common name Korean spruce, is a species of spruce. It is called Jel koreiskaya in Russian and Hongpi yunshan in Chinese.
won financial support from Guangdong Special Fund for Bringing in Talents, 42 teachers included in the university-level Yunshan Scholars Program.
On 2 July 2004, Liu Yunshan, the head of China's Publicity Department, visited Hengdian and interacted with the production team and cast members.
The seven PSC members elected during the Congress were Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Zhang Dejiang, Yu Zhengsheng, Liu Yunshan, Wang Qishan and Zhang Gaoli. Five of these were identified as associates or having benefited from the patronage of former Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin, who reportedly exerted considerable influence in shaping the composition of the new Standing Committee. Only Li Keqiang and Liu Yunshan are considered to be members of the tuanpai.
Liu Yunshan (; born July 1947) is one of the top leaders of the Communist Party of China, and a current member of the Politburo Standing Committee, the "de facto" top decision-making body of China.
Currently, Liu Yunshan serves as chairman, with Liu Yandong and Liu Qibao as vice-chairs. Luo Shugang, deputy head of the Propaganda Department, serves as head of the Commission's general office, tasked with day-to-day business.
He Zizhen was born in Yunshan (云山, now Yongxin County), Jiangxi, during Qing Dynasty China and joined the Communist Youth League in 1925. She graduated from the Yongxin Girls' School and joined the Communist Party of China in 1926.
The town is divided into thirteen villages and one community: Hengshi Community (), Wangbaifeng Village (), Jinqi Village (), Yunshan Village (), Xiangyang Village (), Quanliu Village (), Hejin Village (), Limin Village (), Hengshi Village (), Tiechong Village (), Jietou Village (), Jinfeng Village (), Guansheng Village () and Renqiao Village ().
In 1843 Hong Xiuquan, Feng Yunshan and Hong Rengan founded the God Worshipping Society (拜上帝教), a heterodox Christian sect, in Hua County (花縣; present-day Huadu District, Guangdong). The following year they traveled to Guangxi to spread their teachings to the peasant population. After that, Hong Xiuquan returned to Guangdong to write about his beliefs, while Feng Yunshan remained in the Mount Zijing (紫荊山) area to rally people like Yang Xiuqing and Xiao Chaogui to join their sect.
Addressing a 2014 Dublin conference for European CIs, Liu Yunshan, Director of the Propaganda Department of the Communist Party of China, said Confucius Institutes had emerged at the right moment, and described them as a "spiritual high-speed rail" [心灵高铁], promoting friendship by connecting "Chinese dreams" with those of the rest of the world.
The idea was put forward by the new CPC General Secretary Xi Jinping on 29 November 2012 and repeated by him on numerous important occasions. The Communist Party’s propaganda chief, Liu Yunshan, has directed that the concept of the Chinese dream be incorporated into school textbooks.
Along with Xi, who replaced Hu Jintao as General Secretary of the Communist Party ("de facto" paramount leader) and President ("de jure" head of state), and Li, who replaced Wen Jiabao as Premier (head of government), the fifth generation of CPC leadership includes Zhang Dejiang, Yu Zhengsheng, Liu Yunshan, Wang Qishan, Zhang Gaoli, Li Yuanchao, Liu Yandong and Wang Yang.
Xiang was a place in Guangxi province where there was an idol to Gan. Feeling that Gan was an embodiment of immorality and other evils, Hong Xiuquan, Lu Liu and Feng Yunshan destroyed the idol and desecrated the temple to Gan in the 1840s.
The politburo members Li Changchun and Liu Yunshan have repeatedly stressed that Chinese propaganda should be equally spread both domestically and internationally, and Li Changchun stated that the Confucius Institutes are "an important channel to glorify Chinese culture, to help Chinese culture spread to the world", which is "part of China's foreign propaganda strategy".
The Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in Beijing, also known as the Central Party School, is the higher education institution which specifically trains officials for the Communist Party of China. As of 2012, it has around 1,600 students. The current president is Liu Yunshan, a member of the Politburo Standing Committee, China's top decision-making body.
At the 18th Party Congress held in November 2012, Liu was promoted to the 18th Politburo of the Communist Party of China, and named head of the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee, succeeding Liu Yunshan (no relation), who became a member of the Politburo Standing Committee.
The town is divided into 5 villages and 3 communities, the following areas: Xin'an Community, Nanyue Community, Zhushan Community, Guanyintang Village, Tianjiao Village, Binghe Village, Yunshan Village, and Zhulian Village (新安社区、南岳社区和竹山社区,观音塘村、田郊村、兵和村、云山村和竹联村).