Synonyms for zilong or Related words with zilong

dezhao              guowei              zhihui              chengliang              hongzhu              qifeng              ziqi              chengwu              jiafu              yiqing              wenli              feiyan              zhixing              zihua              zongyuan              tingwang              qiwei              yudrakpa              yunshen              xiaoding              guizhen              lianggong              xueqi              shengkun              nangong              yuanguang              qinggang              yaoshi              yuanhao              yiqin              bingjun              guanglie              feihu              guoping              yanpeng              dezhi              mingshu              fengyi              jiaxuan              jiuling              shenji              zizhong              yitang              boxiong              guangyi              tianran              guozhen              xianzhen              xinghan              zhizhong             

Examples of "zilong"
Zilong Township () is a rural township in Lengshuijiang, Loudi City, Hunan Province, People's Republic of China.
Heroes: Hou Shaoqiu, Jiang Huilin, Xia Yunyi, Chen Zilong, Xia Wanchun;
The event was won by Zhou Yangjing and Shan Zilong, representing .
Chen Zilong, a famous poet in the late Ming Dynasty was buried here. The tombstone was established in order to memorize Chen Zilong, who had struggled to death against the Qing Dynasty. He made great achievements in literature and poetry and composed many masterpieces, including Selected Huangming poems.
Zhao Zilong was a great military general who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty and early Three Kingdoms period of China. With unparalleled fighting skills, courage and charisma, Zhao Zilong initially served Gongsun Zan but switched his allegiance to Liu Bei for the rest of his illustrious career as a member of the famous Five Tiger Generals. However, when he becomes embroiled in a love triangle with the beautiful Xiahou Qingyi and another great warrior, Gao Ze, will he discover that battles of the heart are the most dangerous of all?
After the defeat, in May, 1598, the Ming government called General Yang Hao back and sent another army of about 20,000 men led by Liu Ting and a navy of about 13,000 men and 500 battleships led by Chen Lin and Deng Zilong to Korea.
Liu Rushi (; 1618–1664), also known as Liu Shi, Liu Yin and Yang Yin, was a Chinese courtesan and poet in the late Ming dynasty who married Qian Qianyi at the age of 25. She committed suicide on the death of her husband. She famously exchanging verses with Chen Zilong, and was noted for her painting.
A famous art and literature school---Yunjian rooted and gained its fame here. Yunjian school represents both ancient literature and modern ones, combing practical ideas with ideal ones, which has a profound influence on the development of ancient Chinese poetry, painting and calligraphy. Its representatives are Chen Zilong, Chen Wen, Mo Shilong, Dong Qichang and Lu Ji.
Several people have questioned the authenticity of the book. A statement protesting that many of the claims made in Li's book were false was issued soon after its publication, signed by 150 people who had personally known or worked with Mao, including Wang Dongxing, Li Yinqiao and Ye Zilong.
The Korean navy, under Yi Sun-sin discovered the Shimazu fleet anchored in the narrow straits of Noryang. Noting the narrow geography of the area, Ming general Chen Lin, who led Deng Zilong and Yi Sun-sin, made a surprise attack against the Japanese fleet, under the cover of darkness on December 16, 1598, using cannon and fire arrows.
By dawn, nearly half of the Japanese fleet was scattered. During the pursuit of the remaining Japanese ships, both Yi Sun-sin and Deng Zilong were killed. Despite suffering high casualties, in the end the battle was a tactical victory for the Korean forces and resulted in the loss of over half of the Japanese fleet.
Earlier on, after his defeat at the Battle of Changban, Liu Bei heard rumours that Zhao Yun had betrayed him and headed north to join Cao Cao. He refused to believe the rumours, threw a short "ji" to the ground, and said, "Zilong will never desert me." He was right as Zhao Yun returned to him a short while later.
The following day, Liu Bei came to inspect Zhao Yun's camp and survey the battlefield. He remarked, "Zilong is full of courage." He then threw a feast to celebrate Zhao Yun's victory and they made merry until nightfall. Zhao Yun was called "General of Tiger's Might" (虎威將軍) in Liu Bei's army.
Reinforcements from China began to pour in through most of mid-1598, with Chen Lin and Deng Zilong and their navy arriving in May. By September 1598, the Ming presence in Korea had swelled to 75,000 overall, by far the largest at any point in the war.
God of War, Zhao Yun (Chinese: ; ), literally Martial Deity Zhao Zilong according to its Chinese title, is a 2016 Chinese historical drama television series directed by Cheng Lidong and produced by Zhejiang Yongle Entertainment Co., Ltd. The series starred cast members from mainland China, South Korea and Taiwan: Lin Gengxin, Im Yoon-ah, Kim Jeong-hoon, Jia Qing, Godfrey Gao, Guo Dongdong, Meng Ziyi, Nazha, Yan Yikuan, Zhao-Han Yingzi, Fan Yulin, Collin Chou and Sun Xiaoxiao. The story is loosely adapted from the 14th-century Chinese classical novel "Romance of the Three Kingdoms", with Zhao Yun (Zhao Zilong) as the main character. It was first aired on Hunan TV from 3 April to 7 May 2016.
The 2008 Hong Kong film "" is loosely based on stories related to Zhao Yun in the historical novel "Romance of the Three Kingdoms". It was directed by Daniel Lee and starred Hong Kong actor Andy Lau as "Zhao Zilong". Mainland Chinese actor Hu Jun portrayed Zhao Yun in John Woo's "Red Cliff", a two-part epic war film based on the Battle of Red Cliffs.
Vice-Admiral, Deng Zilong (鄧子龍 in traditional Chinese, 1531–1598) was a military commander for the Ming dynasty China. His courtesy name was "Wuqiao" (武橋) and his nickname was the "Tiger Crown Taoist" (虎冠道士). He was born in the Dengjia (Deng family) village of Jiangxi province. He was most famously remembered for part taking in the Imjin war's final showdown, the battle of Noryang, where he was killed alongside Korean war hero Yi Sun-Sin.
In the chaos, Zhao Yun disappeared to the north, prompting suspicion that he had surrendered to Cao Cao. When someone reported that to Liu Bei, Liu angrily threw a handaxe and said "Zilong (Zhao Yun) would never desert me." Surely enough, Zhao Yun came back with Liu Bei's infant son Liu Shan along with Lady Gan. With this, Zhao Yun was promoted to General of the Standard (牙門將軍).
During the Ming Dynasty, Chen Jin was stationed along the Liaodong frontier, and in 1633 he defected to the Qing forces and was recommended to Huang Taiji. After the Qing conquest of China proper, he was appointed commander of Suzhou, where he captured and executed Chen Zilong. He was then appointed as Viceroy of Min-Zhe as a reward. In 1651, he led forces to attack the Zhoushan islands, successfully capturing them.
The film publicity said that the film's script received inspiration of Chapter 92 of "Romance of the Three Kingdoms". Patrick Frater of "Variety" said that the book is often cited as one of the four most important works in the corpus of Chinese literature. The book is also frequently read in South Korea. Unlike the source material, which casts three sworn brothers as the protagonists, the film uses Zhao Zilong, played by Andy Lau, as the lead character. The film was one of the two Three Kingdoms-related films being produced in 2007, with the two other being John Woo's two-part 288-minute epos "Red Cliff".