Synonyms for zhihong or Related words with zhihong

yanfeng              xiaojun              guowei              yijun              xiaoyan              wenjun              jianhua              wenbin              xiaolu              xiaohong              yanming              jingwen              jiali              weiying              xiaoguang              jiawei              zhiyong              weiqing              haibo              xufeng              zhibin              minwei              jiping              xianying              yanmei              hongwei              guirong              weiping              hongyu              yongqing              wenyi              zhixian              qiming              guoping              qifeng              jiaqi              jianjun              zhimin              yajun              yingwen              weiguo              jingyu              yanhong              liangying              xiaomei              guohui              hongtao              jianlin              yufen              xiaoxiao             

Examples of "zhihong"
Qian Zhongshu、Qian Zhonghan、Tang Xinyuan、Xu Zhihong、Qin Boyi
Sun Zhihong (, born October 16, 1965) is a Chinese mathematician, working primarily on number theory, combinatorics, and graph theory.
He Zhihong 何炙鴻 (born March 20, 1970) is a Chinese-French illustrator of children's books.
Yuan Zhihong (袁智弘) was an official of Wu Zetian's Zhou Dynasty, briefly serving as chancellor.
For a particularly pleasant and graceful interpretation, one may refer to Zhang Zhihong (張志紅)'s performances in the 1990s.
Xu Zhihong (, born 1942) is a botanist and former President of Peking University. He is a former Vice-President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Qoγsiletu or Huugjilt (Mongolian:qoγsiletu, Chinese:, 1977-1996) was an Inner Mongolian who was executed for the rape and murder of a young girl on June 10, 1996. On December 5, 2006, ten years after the execution, Zhao Zhihong (Chinese: 赵志红) wrote the "Petition of my Death Penalty" admitting he had committed the crime. Huugjilt was posthumously exonerated and Zhao Zhihong was sentenced to death in 2015.
Zhou Qifeng (, born October 1947) is a Chinese chemist and academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He succeeded Xu Zhihong to the office of the President of Peking University on November 14, 2008.
Krivelyova was born in Bryansk, Russia. Her career highlights were the Summer Olympics gold medal in 1992 whilst representing the Unified Team where she beat the reigning world champion Huang Zhihong of China and her World Championship victory in 2003.
Born in Huai'an, Jiangsu, Sun and his twin brother Sun Zhihong proved a theorem about what are now known as the Wall–Sun–Sun primes that guided the search for counterexamples to Fermat's last theorem.
Huang Zhihong (; born May 7, 1965 in Lanxi, Jinhua, Zhejiang) is a former shot put athlete from China. An Olympic silver medallist and a double world champion, she was in fact the first Asian to win a world championship in athletics. Her personal best throw is 21.52, achieved in Beijing 1990.
It was produced in June 2013. The documentary is voiced by Ren Zhihong, a well-known narrator and anchor of China Central Television's "National Treasure Archive" program. It included extensive use of historical footage, interviews with high-level political figures, and scholars inside and outside China. Top level Chinese military officials were also interviewed.
Niu Zhihong (born July 25, 1963), better known by her stage name Li Na, is a Chinese folk singer that gained particular popularity in the late 1980s and the 1990s China for singing many theme songs of highly-popular TV series, such as "Kewang" (1990). Earlier in her career she was a singer in Yu operas.
In 692, Wang falsely implicated the chancellors Li Youdao, Wang Xuan, Yuan Zhihong, Cui Shenji, and Li Yuansu, and other officials Kong Siyuan (孔思元) and Ren Linghui (任令輝), and all of them were removed from their posts and exiled to the Lingnan region.
Zhang Shuguang (; 1920 – 20 November 2002), born Han Zhihong (韩志洪), also known as Han Jianxun (韩建勋), was a politician of the People's Republic of China. He was the Communist Party Chief of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from 1986 to 1987, and the Governor of Hebei Province from 1982 to 1986.
Yang was born in Basel, Switzerland to father Yang Zhihong (Simplified Chinese: 杨志宏), a professor of physiology at Fribourg University. His father originates from Wuhan, the People's Republic of China and emigrated to Switzerland after he received a doctor's degree in medical from Basel University in 1990s. Yang began his football career with FC Fribourg youth team in 2001. He transferred to Neuchâtel Xamax in 2011 and moved to Lausanne-Sport in 2012.
The campaign to Destroy the Four Olds and Cultivate the Four News () began in Beijing on August 19. The first things to change were the names of streets and stores: "Blue Sky Clothes Store" to "Defending Mao Zedong Clothes Store", "Cai E Road" to "Red Guard Road", and so forth. Many people also changed their given names to revolutionary slogans, such as Zhihong (, "Determined Red") or Jige (, "Following the Revolution").
Xu Demei (; born May 23, 1967 in Zhejiang) is a former track and field athlete from PR China, who competed for her native country in the women's javelin throw event at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. Her biggest success was winning the world title in 1991, a week after China's first ever gold medal at the World Championships in Athletics by shot putter Huang Zhihong.
She was born in China and started to paint as a child with her father, who was a painter. She graduated from Beijing Academy of Fine Arts, where she studied traditional Chinese painting. She paints on both silk and rice paper. He Zhihong now lives in Paris and has several books published in France. "Contes des peuples de Chine" received the Nuit du Livre award for the best children’s book.
Ancient historian Sima Qian's account of Xiong Zhi in his "Records of the Grand Historian" ("Shiji") is quite confused. Sima Qian records Xiong Zhi's name variously as Xiong Hong (熊紅) or Xiong Zhihong (熊摯紅), and says that he was the second son of Xiong Qu and younger brother of Xiong Kang. According to "Shiji", Xiong Kang died early and Xiong Zhi succeeded Xiong Qu, and that he was killed by his younger brother Xiong Yan. However, this account is contradicted by earlier historical texts "Zuo Zhuan" and "Guoyu", as well as the recently discovered Tsinghua Bamboo Slips.