Synonyms for zhihui or Related words with zhihui

guanzheng              guowei              jitang              qiwei              jiafu              fuzhi              mingshu              guofu              jinguang              wenguang              zhixing              yuanhao              youliang              dingyi              jingyu              jiaxuan              zilong              shaoyi              jishen              nangong              qifeng              shouxin              zongxun              weixing              dezhi              yaoshi              liangyu              daoming              yixiang              guiyou              muhua              xiwen              xiaowei              yijun              jiming              yigong              ziqi              yunshan              hongji              xueqi              zongyuan              xiangqian              yanxi              shaobin              guizhen              zhongwen              jianxing              guozhang              qingxiang              zhaoxing             

Examples of "zhihui"
Wang Zhihui (born 1 May 1965) is a retired Chinese long jumper.
In 1958, one of Li's last public acts was to dedicate a middle-school in Tainan named in honor of his friend, Wu Zhihui.
Born into a poor family in Wujin, Jiangsu province as Wu Tiao (), Wu Zhihui was an outstanding student, passing the challenging Juren examination in 1891.
Renshou Village, Renyi Village, Yizhao Village, Yixing Village, Yimin Village, Yihe Village, Zhihui Village, Zhicheng Village, Liyi Village, Litung Village, Xinlu Village, Tungxin Village, Tungguang Village, Tungming Village, Tungan Village, Xiaoxian Village, Xiaozhong Village, Xiaode Village, Xiaoshen Village, Xiaogang Village.
Notable actors who have portrayed Zhang Fei in films and television series include: Li Jingfei, in "Romance of the Three Kingdoms" (1994); Chen Zhihui, in "" (2008); Zang Jinsheng, in "Red Cliff" (2008–09); Kang Kai, in "Three Kingdoms" (2010).
Qin Zhihui () (born December 1983), also known under the pseudonym Qin Huohuo (), has been described as an internet celebrity and as a rumor monger. He has been accused of fabricating and spreading rumors online via the Sina Weibo microblogging website.
On March 8, 1992, Li married his second wife, Wang Zhihui (). They have one son and one daughter together. Their son, Li Kan (), is an alumnus of Peking University.
Song of Spring and Autumn is a 2011 Chinese historical television series based on events that occurred in the Jin state during the Spring and Autumn period of ancient China. The series was directed by Zhang Haolan and Liu Guonan and starred Gallen Lo, Bao Guo'an, He Bing, Kristy Yang, Joe Ma and Chen Zhihui in the lead roles.
In the 1920s, along with Li Shizeng, Zhan Renjie, and Cai Yuanpei, was one of the so-called "Four Elders" of the GMD and led the anti-communist campaign which drove leftists and communists from the party and supported Chiang Kai-shek. In accordance with his anarchist principles, Wu Zhihui declined any government office.
Qin Zhihui was born in Hengnan County, in Hunan, China. He went to Guangzhou to work after high school. He was a text checker in Northern China. He moved back to Hunan to study in 2004 and he went to Huayi Baichuang (华艺百创公司) in 2005.
Type 051Z is the 3rd batch of Luda I class, with Z for Zhihui (指挥), meaning command. Design work begun in April 1977, and completed in September, 1978. The primary external difference between these two ships and earlier ships is that they are equipped with the first Chinese indigenously developed passive phased array radar, Type 381 Radar.
In April 2015, Hsieh was succeeded as CFO by Stephen Zhihui Yang, but continued to serve as New Oriental's President and Board Director. On 5 January 2016, Hsieh stepped down as New Oriental's President and was succeeded by Chenggang Zhou. Hsieh remains the Board Director and a non-executive Senior Advisor.
Wu Zhihui (Woo Chih-hui, ; 25 March 1865 – 30 October 1953), also known as Woo Tsin-hang, was a Chinese linguist and philosopher who was the chairman of the 1912–13 Commission on the Unification of Pronunciation that created Zhuyin (based on Zhang Binglin's work) and standardized Guoyu pronunciation.
Ouyang Tzu (Traditional Chinese: 歐陽子, pinyin: "Ōuyáng Zǐ"; born 1939 in Japan) is the penname of Hong Zhihui (洪智惠, "Hóng Zhìhuì"), a female Taiwanese writer. She, along with fellow students of National Taiwan University Bai Xianyong, Wang Wenxing, and Chen Rouxi, created the literary magazine "Modern Literature" ("Xiandai wenxue") in 1960, under the guidance of Professor Hsia Tsi-an.
Chen Zhihui is a Chinese actor best known for playing supporting roles in various films and television series since the 1980s. Some of his more notable roles in film include: Master Chin in "Jet Li's Fearless" (2006); Zhang Fei in "" (2008); Master Liu in "Ip Man" (2008).
In 1900, France was a major participant in the Eight-Nation Alliance which invaded China to put down the Boxer Rebellion. In the early 20th century Chinese students began to come to France. Li Shizeng, Zhang Renjie, Wu Zhihui, and Cai Yuanpei formed an anarchist group which became the basis for the Diligent Work-Frugal Study Movement. Zhang started an gallery which imported Chinese art, and the dealer C.T. Loo developed his Paris gallery into an international center.
Jin Zeng Cheng, Wang Jingwei, Hu Hanmin, Lin Sen, Liao Zhongkai, Wu Chaoxu, Xu Chongqing, Zou Lu, Chen Bijun, Li Shizeng, Wu Zhihui, Sun Ke, Deng Zeru, Gu Yingfun, Lin Yunhai, Hu Qingrui, Chen Lianbo, Chen Yaozhu, Chen Rong, Guo Biao, Dai Chuanxian, Li Dazhao, Zhang Ji, Huo Zhiting, Zeng Xing, Tan Yankai, He Xiangning, Chen Gongbo, Zeng Zhongming, Ma Honghuan, Liu Jiwen, Chu Minyi.
The Commission on the Unification of Pronunciation, led by Wu Zhihui from 1912 to 1913, created a system called "Zhuyin Zimu", which was based on Zhang Binglin's shorthand. A draft was released on July 11, 1913, by the Republic of China National Ministry of Education, but it was not officially proclaimed until November 23, 1928. It was later renamed first "Guoyin Zimu" and then, in April 1930, "Zhuyin Fuhao". The last renaming addressed fears that the alphabetic system might independently replace Chinese characters.
It was for this reason that the Paris group would declare that education was the most important activity revolutionaries could be involved in, and that only through educating the people could anarchism be achieved. [See for example Wu Zhihui: "Education as Revolution," The New Era, September 1908] Accordingly, they geared their activities towards education instead of assassination or grass roots organizing (the other two forms of activism which they condoned in theory).
He established Guangfuhui in 1904 and joined Tongmenghui in Paris the next year, and became a member of the Chinese anarchist group led by Wu Zhihui, and Li Shizeng. After studying philosophy, psychology, and art history in the Universität Leipzig of Germany in 1907 under Karl Lamprecht and Wilhelm Wundt, he served as the provisional Republic's Minister of Education in January 1912, but later resigned during Yuan Shikai's presidency. Subsequently, he returned to Germany, and then went to France.