Synonyms for zizhong or Related words with zizhong
Examples of "zizhong"
Railway Station() is a railway station of Chengdu–Chongqing Railway. The station located in
County, Neijiang, Sichuan, China.
County is a county of Sichuan Province, China. It is under the administration of Neijiang city.
On June 13, 2015, Deng Chao was cast as Zhang
during filming in Zhuzhou, Hebei.
Zhangzizhonglu Station () is a station on Line 5 of the Beijing Subway. Zhangzizhonglu, literally meaning Zhang
Road, is named after general Zhang
, who died in the Second Sino-Japanese War. It will become a transfer station for Line 3 in the future.
The river originates at the northwest edge of Sichuan basin. It flows through Jintang, Jianyang, Ziyang,
, and Neijiang.
Zizhou or Zi Prefecture (資州) was a "zhou" (prefecture) in imperial China centering around modern
County, Sichuan, China. It existed (intermittently) from 587 until 1913.
Qiu Shihua (Chinese: 邱世华) is a notable Chinese landscape painter born 1940 in
, Sichuan Province, China. He lives and works in Beijing and Shenzhen.
The type species "Zizhongosaurus chuanchengensis" was named in 1983 by Dong Zhiming, Zhou Shiwu and Zhang Yihong. The generic name is derived from
County in Sichuan Province. The specific name refers to the town of Chuancheng.
The Chengyu Railway opened in 1952 and was the first railway to be built after the founding of the People's Republic of China. Other cities along the route include Jianyang, Ziyang,
, Neijiang, Longchang and Yongchuan.
Xinqiao () is a town of
County in southeastern Sichuan province, China, located west-southwest of the county seat and about northwest of downtown Neijiang. , it has one residential community (社区) and 25 villages under its administration.
Zizhongosaurus (meaning "
lizard") is a genus of basal herbivorous sauropod dinosaur which lived in the Early Jurassic Period of China. It was a large-bodied herbivore characterized by a long neck.
(; 1903 – May 10, 1985), also transliterated as Che Chung Wan, Wan-Chi Chung, Zheng Zhisheng, was a popular Chinese musician during the New Culture Movement of the 1910s and 1920s in China.
Symphony orchestras were formed in most major cities and performed to a wide audience in the concert halls and on radio. Many of the performers added jazz influences to traditional music, adding xylophones, saxophones and violins, among other instruments. Lü Wencheng, Qui Hechou, Yin
and He Dasha were among the most notable performers and composers of this period.
Huo Yanwei (霍彥威) (872-928), known as Li Shaozhen (李紹真) from 924 to 926, courtesy name
(子重), formally Duke Zhongwu of Jin (晉忠武公), was a general of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period states Later Liang and Later Tang.
However, this was only a temporary respite, and by nightfall General Song admitted that further combat was futile and withdrew the main force of Chinese 29th Route Army south of the Yungging River. Tianjin Mayor General Zhang
was left in Beiping to take charge of political affairs in Hebei and Chahar provinces with virtually no troops. General Liu Ruzhen's New Separate 29th Brigade was left in Beiping to maintain public order.
Along with Dong Zhongshu, Fu Sheng is recognized as one of the most important Confucianists of the Han Dynasty. He is often venerated in Confucian temples along with other sages, and has been a subject of many poems, essays, and paintings. Tang dynasty poet-painter Wang Wei's portrait of him is now in the collection of the Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts in Japan, and another portrait by the Ming dynasty painter Cui
is in the Shanghai Museum.
Many of Feng Yuxiang's former subordinates joined or merged into KMT's National Revolutionary Army and fought with distinction in the Second Sino-Japanese War. They include Song Zheyuan, Tong Linge, Zhao Dengyu, Sun Lianzhong, Liu Ruming, Feng Zhian, Yang Hucheng, Ji Hongchang, and Zhang
. Notable exceptions were Sun Liangcheng and Qin Dechun who collaborated with Japanese. Other generals, who after serving a lengthy term in the warlord era, retired to live a life of pleasure.
The literary output of this time was huge, with many writers who later became famous (such as Mao Dun, Lao She, Lu Xun and Bing Xin) publishing their first works. For example, Lu Xun's essays and short fiction created a sensation with their condemnation of Confucian culture. Diary of a Madman directly implied that China's traditional culture was cannibalistic, and The True Story of Ah Q showed the typical Chinese as weak and self-deceiving. Along with this musicians such as Yin
joined the movement through music.
Simultaneously, the Chinese 2nd and 33rd Army Groups, led by Sun Zhen and Zhang
respectively, arrived at the battlefield. They moved eastwards, crossing the Hanshui River and attacked the Japanese 13th and 16th Divisions' western flank. Meanwhile, Tang Enbo's 31st Army Group moved north from San Taidian to Miyang, before manoeuvring northwest around Nanyang, and moving southwest to Xinye, attacking the Japanese there head-on, inflicting heavy casualties and forcing them to retreat. The Chinese then launched a coordinated counter-offensive, whereupon the various Japanese units were forced to withdraw. By May 20, the Chinese had recaptured all previously lost territory.
Meanwhile, on the coast at dawn of 29 July, the IJA 5th Division and Japanese naval forces separately attacked Tianjin and the port at Tanggu, which were defended by units of Chinese 38th Division and volunteers under acting commander Liu Wen-tien. General Huang Wei-kang's brigade defended the Taku Forts gallantly and also attacked a nearby Japanese airfield, destroying many aircraft. However, with increasing Japanese reinforcements his position was untenable, and that night (30 July) General Zhang
was ordered to withdraw toward Machang and Yangliuching south of Tianjin, abandoning the city and Taku Forts to the Japanese.
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