Synonyms for zongxun or Related words with zongxun

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Examples of "zongxun"
Zhang Zongxun (; 1908–1998) was a general of the People's Liberation Army of China.
He started to teach many influential martial artists including Hong Lianshun, Zhao Dao Xin, the Han brothers (Han Xing Qiao and Han Xing Yuan), Yao Zongxun, Zhang Entong, Wang Shujin (who studied Zhan Zhuang for one year), and others.
After the declaration, Zhao Kuangyin sent the dethroned young emperor Guo Zongxun with his mother to the Western Capital (西京). He personally ordered the Zhao family to receive the Chai family into their family's care for generations.
Also in 954, Guo Rong created Fu's daughter empress. She died in 956. In 959, Guo created her younger sister, also a daughter of Fu's, as the new empress. (She thus became known historically as Empress Fu the Younger, while the older empress became known as Empress Fu the Elder.) Guo himself died shortly after, and was succeeded by his young son Guo Zongxun. (It is not clear from historical accounts whether Guo Zongxun was the son of Empress Fu the Elder's.) (Another daughter of Fu's — his sixth daughter — married Zhao Guangyi, the younger brother of the major general Zhao Kuangyin, sometime during Guo Rong's reign; she was younger than Empress Fu the Elder, although it is not clear whether she was older or younger than Empress Fu the Younger.) After Guo Zongxun took the throne, Fu received the title of "Taiwei" (太尉).
He received the visit of many Japanese experts during the war. One, Kenichi Sawai was assumed to be his student and created his own school in Japan calling his martial art Taikiken. Sawaii was however solely instructed by Wang's successor Yao Zongxun, and not directly by Wang himself.
Zhang was born and raised in Beijing, but traces his ancestry to Yantou Village, Weinan, Shaanxi Province. He is the son of Zhang Zongxun, a Communist general in the Chinese Civil War. Zhang Youxia's father and Xi Jinping's father Xi Zhongxun both hail form the Weinan region of Shaanxi.
Yao Zongxun (Simplified Chinese: 姚宗勋; Traditional Chinese: 姚宗勛; Pinyin: Yáo Zōngxūn; 1917–1985) was the formal successor of Wang Xiangzhai, founder of the martial art Yiquan. He is also the father of Yao Chengguang and Yao Chengrong both currently teaching in Beijing, China.
On 28 December 925, after requesting and receiving permission from Li Jiji, Guo arrested Wang Zongbi, Wang Zongxun, and Wang Zongwo (王宗渥) under the accusations of disloyalty. He then executed the three men and their families. It was said that the Former Shu officials, hating Wang Zongbi for selling out the state, rushed to eat his flesh.
Later (during the reigns of Guo Wei and/or his adoptive son Guo Rong), Li Tao successively served as the minister of justice (刑部尚書, "Xingbu Shangshu") and then minister of census (戶部尚書, "Hubu Shangshu"). In 959, when Guo Rong fell seriously ill and was considering naming additional chancellors to assist his young son Guo Zongxun, who would be succeeding him. When he inquired of this matter with the minister of defense Zhang Zhao (張昭), Zhang recommended Li Tao, arguing that both Zhang's request to execute Zhang Yanze and his request to have Yang Bin and Guo Wei relieved of their duties showed foresight proper for a chancellor. However, Guo, despite acknowledging Zhang Zhao's arguments, refused, because he considered Li Tao's disposition to be frivolous and lacking in propriety. Upon Guo Rong's death later that year, Li was made the deputy director of the emperor's funereal matters. Guo Zongxun also created Li the Duke of Ju.
Its former directors include Yang Lisan (1949-53), Huang Kecheng (1954-56), Hong Xuezhi (1956-59), Qiu Huizuo (1959), Zhang Zhen (?1960-75?), Zhang Zongxun (1975), Hong Xuezhi (1980-87), Zhao Nanqi (1988-92), Fu Quanyou (1992-94), Wang Ke (1995-?). Its former political commissars include Huang Kecheng, Yu Qiuli, Li Jukui, Zhang Chiming, Guo Linxiang, Wang Ping, Hong Xuezhi, Liu Anyuan, Zhou Keyu, Zhou Kunren, Zhang Wentai.
remained in northwestern China to coordinate the protection and then recapture of the Yan'an Soviet Area.[2] As political commissar, Xi and commander Zhang Zongxun defeated Nationalists west of Yan'an at the Battle of Xihuachi in March 1947.[2] After Yan'an fell to Hu Zongnan on March 19, 1947, Xi worked on the staff of Peng Dehuai in the battles to retake Yan'an and capture northwest China.
With the outbreak of full-scale civil war between Communists and Nationalists in early 1947, Xi remained in northwestern China to coordinate the protection and then recapture of the Yan'an Soviet Area. As political commissar, Xi and commander Zhang Zongxun defeated Nationalists west of Yan'an at the Battle of Xihuachi in March 1947. After Yan'an fell to Hu Zongnan on March 19, 1947, Xi worked on the staff of Peng Dehuai in the battles to retake Yan'an and capture northwest China.
Guo Zongxun (郭宗訓) (14 September 953 – 973), also known by his posthumous name Gongdi (恭帝; "Emperor Gong"), was the third and last emperor of ancient China's short-lived Later Zhou during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He reigned from July 959, when he succeeded his father Chai Rong, until February 960, when he was overthrown by general Zhao Kuangyin, who founded the Song Dynasty.
Zhao Kuangyin started his military career under the Later Han dynasty. However, he quickly changed his stance, and came to serve Chai Rong, an enemy of the Later Han. He also persuaded his father, who was a Later Han general, to serve Chai Rong. This caused the decline and collapse of the Later Han. With Chai Rong's trust, Zhao Kuangyin was assigned to be a guardian for Chai Rong's seven-year-old son, Guo Zongxun, before Chai's death.
Having achieved a fourth-dan grade in judo and a fifth-dan in kendo, Kenichi visited Beijing in 1939 to challenge Wang Xiangzhai, the founder of yiquan. He made several attempts to defeat Wang, including one where he fought with a shinai whilst Wang used only a stick. However, Kenich was soundly defeated each time. Kenichi subsequently applied to study under Wang, and was accepted. However, virtually all of his training was provided by Wang's student, Yao Zongxun.
Zhang Youxia (; born July 1950) is a general in the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China and a current member of the Central Military Commission. He was appointed Director of the Equipment Development Department in October 2012. He is the son of General Zhang Zongxun, and a veteran of the 1979 War. He is one of the few serving generals in China with war experience.
Soon, he was promoted to a "jiedushi" (military governor), controlling most of the military power under Chai Rong. Nevertheless, he still had two rivals – Zhang Yongde and Li Chongjin, who were both Guo Wei's sons-in-law. In 959, after a trap set by Zhao Kuangyin, Zhang Yongde was demoted. After the deaths of Zhang Yongde and Chai Rong, the Later Zhou throne was left to his seven-year-old son Guo Zongxun, and the second rival, Li Chongjin, soon found himself lacking the political backing. As a result, Zhao Kuangyin was able to use his influence to transfer Li Chongjin to Yang Prefecture as a "jiedushi".
The Communists organized a temporary headquarters for counteroffensive at Horse Fence (Malan, 马栏). Zhang Zongxun was appointed as the commander-in-chief, Wang Shitai (王世泰) and Wang Jishan (王近山) as the deputy commanders-in-chief, Xi Zhongxun as the political commissar, Tan Zheng (谭政) as the deputy political commissar, and Zhang Jingwu (张经武) as the chief-of-staff, and Gan Siqi as the director of the political directorate. A total of eight regiments of Communist New 4th Brigade, 358th Brigade, 1st and 2nd Training Brigades and 1st Garrison Brigade were deployed to counterattack.
The Japanese surrendered on September 3, 1945, ending China's war with Japan and beginning the final stage of the Chinese Civil War. In October Peng took command of troops in northern China, occupied Inner Mongolia, and accepted the surrender of Japanese soldiers there. In March 1946, Communist forces (1.1 million soldiers) were renamed the "People's Liberation Army". Peng himself was placed in command of 175,000 soldiers, organized as the "Northwest Field Army", most of which had been under the command of He Long during the war against Japan. He then became Peng's second-in-command. Peng's notable subordinates in the Northwest Field Army included Zhang Zongxun and Wang Zhen.
In 914, after Wang Jian executed an adoptive son, Wang Zongxun (王宗訓) the military governor of Wutai Circuit (武泰, headquartered in modern Chongqing) for disrespecting him, he made Pan the military governor of Wutai and made Mao the minister of rites (禮部尚書, "Libu Shangshu"), as well as acting "Shumishi". In or around that year, Wang Jian contemplated a plan suggested to him for conquest of rival Later Liang's Jingnan Circuit (荊南, headquartered in modern Jingzhou, Hubei) — by destroying a dam on the Yangtze River and use the water to flood Jingnan's capital Jiangling Municipality. Mao urged against the plan, stating: