Synonyms for zhimin or Related words with zhimin

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Examples of "zhimin"
In the last century, the main celebrities are Fang Zhimin and Shao Shiping.
Chen Zhimin (; born October 1955) is a politician of People's Republic of China.
Fang Zhimin (, Wades-Giles: Fang Chih Min; August 21, 1899 – August 6, 1935) was a Chinese communist military and political leader.
In late 1949, Li Zhimin served as political commissar of the Military District of Shaanxi. During the Korean War, he was appointed as the 19th People's Volunteer Army Corps political commissar.
Born in Seoul, South Korea, An is the son of Ahn Jae-Hyung and Jiao Zhimin, both of whom were medalists in table tennis at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.
He married Chinese table tennis player Jiao Zhimin in 1989. The couple's son, golfer An Byeong-hun, became the youngest champion in United States Amateur Championship history, winning the 2009 event at the age of 17.
Bliss () is a 2006 Chinese family drama film directed by Sheng Zhimin and produced by Hong Kong director Fruit Chan. The film was Sheng's first as a director, having previously served as a line producer for Chan and Jia Zhangke on films such as "Durian Durian" and "Platform".
To promote translation of these findings to our understanding of human disorder, a number of her graduate students (Ellen Migo, Ebrahim Kantini, Zhimin He, Meghan Thurston, Becci Gould) have also successfully established associative learning procedures suitable for use with human participants.
He joined the Communist Youth League of China and the Communist Party of China in 1925. In January 1928, along with Fang Zhimin and Huang Dao, he organized an uprising in Hengfeng County, Jiangxi Province. During the Second Sino-Japanese War, he was active in the border region of Shanxi, Chahar Province and Hebei.
The story of "Bliss", which spans many years, evolved from an idea Sheng Zhimin developed while searching with his father for a proper burial place for his late mother. The experience of searching various graveyards throughout Beijing inspired Sheng to make a film "that spans from one's youth to their old age and it would be about life, youth and humanity."
Huaiyu Mountains are also a tourist attraction. In the Song dynasty, the great neo-Confucianist Zhu Xi taught there. In Republican times, the area also hosted a guerrilla affiliated to the Communist Party of China, led by then legendary general Fang Zhimin.
The first movements to screen the retreat were undertaken by forces led by Fang Zhimin, breaking through Kuomintang lines in June 1934. Although Fang Zhimin's troops were soon destroyed, these movements surprised the Kuomintang, who were numerically superior to the Communists at the time and did not expect an attack on their fortified perimeter.
In the 30th year of Emperor Guangxu’s reign, a group of students including Shao Zhang(绍张), Sun Zhimin and Hu Huan came back to Hangzhou after graduating in Japan, and applied to establish “Hangzhou Girls’ School”, and wished this school to become the first girls’ school in China.
Guo Jincai has been made a bishop of Chengde in Hebei without consent of the pope. Roman Catholic bishop Jia Zhiguo was arrested in 2008. Catholic bishops Su Zhimin and Shi Enxiang from Hebei have been sent to prison by 2010.
Li Zhimin was an alternate member of the 8th CCP Central Committee, member of the 10th and 11th Central Committee, representative at the 1st and 4th National People's Congress. He was elected to the CCP's Central Advisory Committee in 1982. On November 11, 1987, Li died in Beijing.
Series 4 was held on 18 November 2012. In this series, there will be four judges instead of three. Series regular judges Jerry Huang, Gao Xiaosong, Annie Yi and new judges Dou Wentao, Xu Jinglei, Leon Lai and Yang Wei will be featured in the audition process. Contortionist, Wang Jungru beat out yo-yo specialist, Duan Zhimin in this series.
"*" Wang Zhimin from China, who won the 2011 WSB Individual Championships at this weight, had his qualification withdrawn by the Chinese NOC. Yerzhan Mussafirov from Kazakhstan, as losing finalist in that competition would have inherited the Olympic berth but was also withdrawn by his NOC. Rachid Azzedine from France inherited the qualification place by virtue of his third-place finish.
The genus was named in 2003 by Wang Xiaolin and Zhou Zhimin. The type species is "Liaoningopterus gui". The genus name is derived from Liaoning and a Latinised Greek "pteron", "wing". The specific name honours Professor Gu Zhiwei, an invertebrate specialist who has pioneered the study of the Jehol Biota.
The first movements of the retreating diversion were undertaken by Fang Zhimin. Fang Zhimin and his deputy, Xun Weizhou, were first to break through Kuomintang lines in June, followed by Xiao Ke in August. These movements surprised the Kuomintang, who were numerically superior to the communists at the time and did not expect an attack on their fortified perimeter. However, things did not turn out as the communists had hoped: Fang Zhimin's force was crushed after its initial success, and with Xun Weizhou killed in action, nearly every commander in this force was wounded and captured alive, including Fang Zhimin himself, and all were executed later by the nationalists. The only exception was Su Yu, who managed to escape. Xiao Ke fared no better: although his force initially managed to break through and then reached He Long's communist base in Hubei, but even with their combined forces, they were unable to challenge the far superior nationalist force besieging the Jiangxi Soviet, never to return until the establishment of the People's Republic of China 15 years later.
The first movement of the retreating diversion were led by Fang Zhimin. Fang (and his deputy, Xun Weizhou) were the first to break through Kuomintang lines in June, followed by Xiao Ke in August. These movements surprised the Kuomintang, who were numerically superior to the communists and did not expect an attack on their fortified perimeter. However, Fang Zhimin's force was crushed after its initial success and Xun Weizhou was killed in action. Nearly every commander was wounded and captured alive (including Fang Zhimin), and all were executed by the nationalists. The only exception was Su Yu, who escaped. Xiao Ke fared no better, although his forces initially broke through and reached He Long's communist base in Hubei. Even with their combined forces they could not challenge the nationalist forces, and did not return until the establishment of the People's Republic of China 15 years later.