Synonyms for zhengsheng or Related words with zhengsheng

youren              yunshan              dejiang              firids              dingyi              zhongyun              yangyi              bangguo              liangyu              xiannian              guanzheng              yilong              guofu              pingbo              yongxiang              ruiqing              guozhang              xiwen              decheng              hanmou              shichang              xitong              yucheng              huaxiu              jianyi              yuting              guoliang              jingfu              chengdong              yanling              kunfrank              liqun              guangzhong              ruihuan              zhaoxing              jianxing              qiwei              jiali              yuanchao              mingshu              xiufeng              yijun              zhangong              qingshi              chunhua              dayou              tingyu              xiaoyang              yandong              chunxian             

Examples of "zhengsheng"
In June 2013, when another high-ranking Chinese politician Yu Zhengsheng visited, protesters once again displayed the Tibetan flag, and were blocked from the view of Zhengsheng and his entourage.
Ting died on November 22, 2012 and his body was cremated on November 27. Yu Zhengsheng attended his funeral on behalf of the central government.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University submitted the proposal to establish a Chinese Financial Institute to Mr. Yu Zhengsheng, CPC party chief in Shanghai.
Following the riots, domestic-security chief, Meng Jianzhu, and head of minority affairs, Yu Zhengsheng, were dispatched to the region. Security forces also conducted military parades in the region in a show of force.
Yu Zhengsheng (; born April 1945) is a Chinese politician and one of the top leaders of the Communist Party of China. He is the Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), a largely ceremonial political advisory body, and a member of the Politburo Standing Committee, China's "de facto" highest ruling body, since November 2012.
In June 2013, Lin attended a cross-strait forum in Xiamen, Fujian in which the Chinese mainland officials unveiled more measures to increase exchanges and cooperation with Taiwan. The forum was attended by Zhang Zhijun, Director of Taiwan Affairs Office and Yu Zhengsheng, Chairman of the National Committee of the CPPCC.
The Chairperson of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference () is the leader of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (National CPPCC), which is a political advisory body in the People's Republic of China. The current Chairman is Yu Zhengsheng, who is also a member of the CPC Politburo Standing Committee.
Lien also met with Yu Zhengsheng (chairman-designate of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference), Wang Huning (member of the Politburo of the CPC), Li Zhanshu (chief of the General Office of the CPC), Dai Bingguo (state councilor of the PRC), Wang Yi (director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council), Chen Yunlin and Zheng Lizhong (president and vice president of ARATS).
On January 26, 2015, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a conclusion of a two-day visit of Raheel Sharif to Beijing called Pakistan China's 'irreplaceable, all-weather friend'. Sharif also met Yu Zhengsheng, Meng Jianzhu and Xu Qiliang. On April 19, 2015, China concluded sale of eight conventional submarines worth $5bn, biggest ever arms sale by China in its history.
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.
On July 22, 2015, Wan's memorial service was held at the Babaoshan Revolutionary Cemetery. On that day, flags flown at half-mast at Tiananmen Square and at government buildings. President and Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping and the entire Politburo Standing Committee, except for Yu Zhengsheng, attended the memorial service. Former General Secretary Hu Jintao also attended.
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.
Yu Qiangsheng (; 1940–1990s?) was a spy chief of the People's Republic of China who defected to the United States in 1985. The information he provided led to the arrest and suicide of the top Chinese spy Larry Wu-Tai Chin. He was a son of Communist revolutionaries Huang Jing (Yu Qiwei) and Fan Jin, and the elder brother of Yu Zhengsheng, the fourth highest-ranking leader of the Communist Party of China since November 2012.
After his relationship with Jiang Qing ended, Huang Jing married the journalist Fan Jin, who later became vice mayor of Beijing and president of "Beijing Daily". Their son, Yu Qiangsheng, was a top Chinese intelligence officer who defected to the United States in 1985. Another son, Yu Zhengsheng, rose to become one of the seven members of the Politburo Standing Committee in 2012, which effectively rules China.
In mid September 2013, Lin led a delegation from Taiwan for a visit to Mainland China. In the mainland, Lin met with Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Chairman Yu Zhengsheng. The two sides had a discussion on the right directions both sides must follow to develop the cross-strait relations and jointly promote that the two sides are family. They also agreed to further follow up the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement and begin negotiation about cultural and educational cooperation.
During the 7th Straits Forum in Xiamen, Fujian in June 2015, Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, Yu Zhengsheng, announced the abolition of entry endorsements and the restrictions on the period of stay for Taiwanese to visit or reside in Mainland China. Current booklet-format travel permit will be transformed into an ICAO-compliant biometric card, resembling the Mainland Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macao Residents. The change can be seen as a sign to facilitate travel between Taiwan and Mainland China. The new policy took effect on 1 July 2015.
The Politburo Standing Committee is traditionally considered the highest level of power in the Communist Party. Since 2002, its membership selection has become increasingly institutionalized. Age, in particular, has played a significant role. Beginning with the 16th Party Congress in 2002, all standing committee members who have reached the age of 68 in the year of a congress will be required to retire. No one has broken this convention between 2002 and 2017. It is likely, therefore, that five out of the seven members of the 18th Politburo Standing Committee will relinquish their seats: Zhang Dejiang (1946), Yu Zhengsheng (1945), Liu Yunshan (1947), Wang Qishan (1948) and Zhang Gaoli (1946).
On January 26, 1991, planning began on the eastward extension of Line 1 under Chang'an Avenue from Fuxingmen. The project was funded by a 19.2 billion yen low-interest development assistance loan from Japan. Construction began on the eastern extension on June 24, 1992, and the Xidan station opened on December 12, 1992. The remaining extension to Sihui East was completed on September 28, 1999. National leaders Wen Jiabao, Jia Qinglin, Yu Zhengsheng and mayor Liu Qi were on hand to mark the occasion. The full-length of Line 1 became operational on June 28, 2000.
Yu Zhengsheng was born in the communist revolutionary heartland of Yan'an in 1945, the son of Yu Qiwei (better known as Huang Jing), a Communist revolutionary, and Fan Jin, a frontline journalist. Yu's family was originally from Shaoxing, Zhejiang province. He graduated from Harbin Military Academy of Engineering specializing in the design of automated missiles. In December 1968 he was sent to work in Zhangjiakou, Hebei. Until the mid-1980s his career concentration was in electronic engineering. In 1984, he was asked by Deng Xiaoping's son Deng Pufang to take on a leading role in the Fund for Disabled Persons.
Atop Tiananmen, Xi Jinping wore a Mao suit, as was customary for leaders inspecting troops at military parades; his wife ( there is no 'first lady' in China ) Peng Liyuan wore a red dress. The remaining political figures wore business suits. Xi delivered the keynote address at the parade with a surprise announcement of a plan to cut 300,000 personnel from the Chinese military. The other members of the Politburo Standing Committee, Zhang Dejiang, Yu Zhengsheng, Liu Yunshan, Wang Qishan, and Zhang Gaoli, watched the parade on top of Tiananmen Gate.