Synonyms for zhizhong or Related words with zhizhong

fuzhi              zizhong              caihou              fakui              peiyuan              yitang              zhidong              zongxun              juzheng              xiangqian              boxiong              jinguang              yunshan              youyu              guowei              zhifang              dezhi              dejiang              chengwu              jiafu              shichang              qingli              jiuling              kecheng              jianxing              chengliang              yueqi              shengkun              zhixing              qingwei              jingyu              zhimin              zhihui              lingyun              gongquan              juezai              yujian              chunhua              shenji              ziliang              guofu              yuanzhen              yanling              qifeng              ruiqing              qiliang              jingyan              xiuwen              guanglie              yuanzhong             



Examples of "zhizhong"
During the imperial era, the area of Zhizhong County was part of Zi Prefecture.
Huang Zhizhong, () born 5 March 1969 in Tientsin, China is a Chinese actor.
Liang has a bachelor's degree from Central South University. He is married and has one son, Liang Zhizhong.
Prominent graduates of the 3rd class in 1916 include Bai Chongxi, Cai Tingkai, Huang Shaohong, Zhang Zhizhong and Xia Wei.
Wang Mingzhang (; 4 July 1893–14 March 1938), courtesy name Zhizhong (之鐘) was a Chinese general of the National Revolutionary Army during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
On November 18, Chiang Kai-shek ordered the executions of three accused in the case. Zhang Zhizhong, the chairman of the Hunan government, also subsequently resigned.
Zhao Zhizhong (born 5 December 1958) is a Chinese fencer. He competed in the individual and team épée events at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Niu, Jianwei, Li, Zhizhong and Xu, Song, “Block Division in Three-Dimensional Head Shape Clustering” in Duffy, Vincent G. (ed.) "Digital Human Modelling", Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 2009, p. 64.
In 1990, Huang served as the president of Zhejiang Writers Association, he published the dramas "Deng Xiaopong: 1928"(), "Zhang Zhizhong" () and "The Story of Shanghai" (). "The Story of Shanghai" won the Flying Apsaras Award.
Bai Chongxi, the Defence Minister of China, and a Muslim, was considered for being appointed Governor of Xinjiang. The position was then given to Masud Sabri, who was pro Kuomintang and anti-Soviet. He replaced Zhang Zhizhong. Ehmetjan Qasim, the Communist Uyghur Ili leader, repeatedly demanded that Masud Sabri be sacked as governor.
After the collapse of the Qing dynasty, Xinjiang was ruled from Ürümqi by a succession of warlords: Yang Zengxin (1911–1928), Jin Shuren (1928–1933), and Sheng Shicai (1933–1942), finally Zhang Zhizhong as governor of Xinjiang in 1942–1949. Of these, Yang and Sheng were considered capable rulers.
As the establishment of the Coalition Government, the unpopular governor Wu Zhongxin (chairman of the Government of Xinjiang Province) was replaced by Zhang Zhizhong (chairman of the Xinjiang Provincial Coalition Government), who implemented pro-minority policies to placate the minorities population in the Three Districts.
As there were too many difficulties, Zhang Zhizhong, the chairman of the Coalition Government, decided to escape from Xinjiang. Bai Chongxi, the Defense Minister of China and a Hui Muslim, was considered for appointment in 1947 as Governor of Xinjiang. But finally, according to Zhang Zhizhong's recommendation, the position was given instead to Masud Sabri, a pro-Kuomintang Uyghur who was anti-Soviet.
On 21 January 1949 Chiang stepped down as president of the Nationalist government and was succeeded by General Li Zongren. On 1 April 1949 Li began a series of peace negotiations with a six-member CCP delegation. The CCP delegates were led by Zhou Enlai, and the KMT delegates were led by Zhang Zhizhong.
Planning for the defense of Shanghai was overseen by Zhang Zhizhong, a veteran of the 1932 incident. He believed that the Chinese army, lacking adequate artillery and armor, should use its numerical superiority to take the initiative and push the Japanese into the sea before they had a chance to reinforce.
Meanwhile, in the aftermaths of Li Chongjun's rebellion, Emperor Zhongzong had his alleged coconspirators investigated, at both Li Guo'er and the minister of defense Zong Chuke tried to implicate both Li Dan and Princess Taiping into the plot, but at the urging of the deputy minister of civil services and deputy imperial censor Xiao Zhizhong stopped the investigations into Li Dan and Princess Taiping.
Niu, Jianwei and Li, Zhizhong, “Using 3D Anthropometric Data in Design” in Preedy, Victor R.(ed.), "A Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease", Springer New York Dordrecht Heidelberg London, 2012, vol 4, part 26, chpt.185, p. 3003.
My War is a 2016 Chinese historical war drama film directed by Oxide Pang and starring Liu Ye, Wang Luodan, Huang Zhizhong, Tony Yang, Ye Qing and Wang Longhua. It was released in China by China Film Group Corporation in 3D, IMAX 3D and China Film Giant Screen. As mentioned in the movie, the movie was inspired by Ba Jin's novel "Reunion" ("Tuan Yuan"). An earlier movie "Yingxiong ernu (1937)" was adapted from the same novel.
During the Chinese Civil War in the peace talks in March 1949, Huang was one of the Kuomintang delegates. He and Zhang Zhizhong agreed to accept the cease-fire conditions submitted by the Communist Party. When the Kuomintang leadership turned them down later, Huang fled to Hong Kong and declared his revolt from the KMT and joined the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in September 1949.
Zhou's earliest efforts to improve the prestige of the PRC involved recruiting prominent Chinese politicians, capitalists, intellectuals, and military leaders who were not technically affiliated with the CCP. Zhou was able to convince Zhang Zhizhong to accept a position inside the PRC in 1949, after Zhou's underground network successfully escorted Zhang's family to Beijing. All of the other members of the KMT delegation that Zhou had negotiated with in 1949 accepted similar terms.