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Bolo Yeung

  1. Bolo Yeung was born as Sung Tze to a local businessman in Canton, China.
  2. Seine gr----ten Erfolge feierte Bolo Yeung in den 70er und 80er Jahren, als er an der Seite von Schauspielern wie Bruce und Brandon Lee spielte.

Cao Yu

  1. Cao Yu is a Chinese dramatist, often regarded as China 's most important in the twentieth century. (Web site)
  2. Cao Yu was a professional pseudonym for Wan Jiabao, born on September 24, 1910 in Qianjiang Country in the Hubei Province of China. (Web site)
  3. Cao Yu was born into a wealthy family in Qianjiang in the province of Hubei.

Chen Kenmin

  1. Chen Kenmin is considered the father of Chinese Sichuan cooking in Japan.
  2. He was born in Tokyo, where his father, Chen Kenmin, was an acclaimed Chinese chef well known for his sauces. (Web site)
  3. Chen Kenmin is credited with introducing Szechwan cooking to Japan, and also with creating the much loved dish Shrimp in Chili Sauce. (Web site)

Fan Zhongyan

  1. Fan Zhongyan was a prominent Chinese statesman, strategist, educator and writer of the Northern Song Dynasty. (Web site)
  2. Fan Zhongyan was a prominent Chinese statesman.
  3. Fan Zhongyan was appointed the deputy military commissioner of Shaanxi.
  4. Fan Zhongyan was forced to leave the imperial court, but he was still concerned about his country and people. (Web site)
  5. Fan Zhongyan was forced to leave the imperial court.

Guan Hanqing

  1. Guan Hanqing was a productive writer with 67 Mixed Operas among which 18 can be found today.
  2. Guan Hanqing was from Daidu (Beijing), and it was said he wrote sixty plays in the late 13th century.
  3. Guan Hanqing was good in many areas including poems.
  4. Guan Hanqing was honored as the top one among the four well-known writers of Yuan Opera.
  5. Guan Hanqing was one of the greatest playwrights in Chinese history.

Hua Tuo

  1. Hua Tuo is a well-known doctor in the Easter Han Dynasty.
  2. Hua Tuo was again invited over to provide treatment for her. (Web site)
  3. Hua Tuo was also a pioneer in medico-athletics in China. (Web site)
  4. Hua Tuo was also good at internal medicine. (Web site)
  5. Hua Tuo was away from home for a long time and desired to return home. (Web site)

Lei Feng

  1. Lei Feng is a model communist in the 1960s.
  2. Lei Feng is one of the most resilient icons in China.
  3. Lei Feng was a hero known in almost every Chinese household in the 1960s as a People's Liberation Army soldier who devoted himself to building China.
  4. Lei Feng was born Lei Zhengxing on December 18th, 1940 in a farming family in Wangcheng, Hunan.
  5. Lei Feng was born in a family of poor peasants in Hunan on December 18, 1940.

Lian Po

  1. Lian Po was a prominent military General of Zhao (state) during the Warring States period of China.
  2. Lian Po was a well-known warrior from the State of Zhao during the period of the Warring States. (Web site)
  3. Lian Po was about to depart and insult Lin Xiangru. (Web site)
  4. Lian Po was about to get out and insult Lin Xiangru. (Web site)
  5. Lian Po was instrumental in defending against the Qin. (Web site)

Li Linfu

  1. Li Linfu was a person of good morals. (Web site)
  2. Li Linfu was extremely regretful.
  3. Li Linfu was feeling very tired and thought about taking a rest. (Web site)
  4. Li Linfu was highly intelligent and had the gift of reasoning at his young age. (Web site)
  5. Li Linfu was very conscientious in his work and all the required items were clean and sparkling, and meticulously arranged on the tables. (Web site)

Lu Banglie

  1. Lu Banglie is an activist and village chief, having successfully unseated the long-standing Party-supported incumbent in his home village. (Web site)
  2. Lu Banglie is an activist with local contacts in Taishi village. (Web site)
  3. Lu Banglie was dragged from a car by a crowd of several dozen men, according to a reporter for the UK newspaper The Guardian, who witnessed the incident.
  4. Lu Banglie was indeed beaten up, but his injuries seem to be fairly minor and were never life threatening. (Web site)
  5. Lu Banglie was more seriously injured and is in Datong Hospital. (Web site)

Ma Yan

  1. Ma Yan is a cheerful, chubby-faced girl who three years ago was just a bright pupil in the local primary school.
  2. Ma Yan is a young girl determined to continue her education despite the hardships and struggles that ensue.
  3. Ma Yan is the 16-year-old daughter of poor subsistence farmers in Zhangjiashu, a village in southern Ningxia, a remote province of central China. (Web site)
  4. Ma Yan was only one of the most lucky among those children from poor families. (Web site)
  5. Ma Yan was struggling to stay in school, but her family could not afford the fees. (Web site)

Meng Huo

  1. Meng Huo is the king of the Nanman tribe and husband of Zhu Rong, and is highly protective of both his people and his wife.
  2. Meng Huo was an intimidating sight clad in rhinoceros hide and mounted on a red ox and as soon as he saw his enemies, he hurled abuse at them. (Web site)
  3. Meng Huo was captured once again.
  4. Meng Huo was cautious and warned Wutugu, "This Zhuge Liang is exceedingly crafty. (Web site)
  5. Meng Huo was exceedingly when King Mulu’s army arrived and he bowed low to the visitor. (Web site)

Wei Yan

  1. Wei Yan is a good example of the liberties Koei has taken in forming the characters' personalities.
  2. Wei Yan is a playable character in the Koei video game series Dynasty Warriors. (Web site)
  3. Wei Yan is a weak spot because of his low wisdom.
  4. Wei Yan is also to be feared, able to do around 500~600 damage a turn with the mighty swipe of the axe. (Web site)
  5. Wei Yan is the best general that you can possibly have on your side at this time. (Web site)


  1. Xiang is the name of a legendary ruler who was the fifth ruler of the Xia Dynasty. (Web site)
  2. Xiang was arrested on June 21st in the jewelry store he used as a front in the French Concession in the city of Shanghai.
  3. Xiang was born in 1880 in Shanghai to a poor family.
  4. Xiang was captured in the company of his mistress, Yang Xiuzhen, a local cabaret dancer at local Shanghai nightclubs.
  5. Xiang was elected as member of politburo and General Secretary of CPC in no surprise. (Web site)

Yuan Shu

  1. Yuan Shu is a fairly powerful liege at this point, certainly more powerful than Bu.
  2. Yuan Shu was at the River Huai and his soldiers fetched calamus and wasps for provisions. (Web site)
  3. Yuan Shu was guilty of treason, while you had to your credit on the destruction of Dong Zhuo. (Web site)
  4. Yuan Shu was not pursued and the three armies returned to their capitals. (Web site)
  5. Yuan Shu was unsure of the sincerity of L- Bu-s proposal, and told Xu Si that he would not send troops until the girl had arrived. (Web site)

Ban Biao

  1. He was born into a scholarly family, and his father, Ban Biao, was a prominent historian.
  2. Great thinkers such as Lao Zi and Kong Fu Zi, Ban Biao, Ban Gu and Ban Zhao and so on have all ever been to Luoyang and wrote their masterpieces here.

Ban Zhao

  1. Ban Zhao was born in the town of An-ling, Ku-Fang Province, China, around the year 45. (Web site)

Bao Zhong

  1. Bao Zhong is a very flexible tea and is easy to make with a good Yixing clay pot.

Bo Pi

  1. Bo Pi was a bureaucrat in the state of Wu in the Spring and Autumn Period.
  2. Bo Pi was executed by King Gou Jian for disloyalty to the former King Fu Chai and, ironically, for accepting gifts from foreign rulers.

Bo Xilai

  1. Bo Xilai is a declared criminal in the US and should be expelled according to US law. (Web site)
  2. Bo Xilai was included on that list. (Web site)
  3. His eldest son, Bo Xilai, is a rising political star who was named commerce minister in early 2004 after serving as mayor of the northeastern city of Dalian.

Bu Xiangzhi

  1. With Chinese GM Bu Xiangzhi handing Motylev a stunning defeat, the draw was enough for the Indian to clinch the crown in the category-15 event.
  2. Bu Xiangzhi (born December 10 1985) is a Chinese chess player. (Web site)
  3. The third place was shared by Chinese duo of Wang Yue and Bu Xiangzhi who both scored an identical 6.5 points apiece.

Cai Jing

  1. Cai Jing reintroduced the old tea taxation system ( quechafa ---------) by which the production and merchandise of tea was a state business. (Web site)
  2. Shanghai Shi : Shanghai cai jing da xue, 2000.
  3. Shanghai : Shanghai cai jing da xue chu ban she, 2001.

Cai Mao

  1. Cai Mao is a good overall general, so attack him and use Liu Mu or Shui Xing on him.
  2. Cai Mao is a health cadre in Shanwei city.
  3. Cai Mao was excellent at combat and sword play. (Web site)

Cao Anmin

  1. In 197, Cao Anmin followed Cao Cao on a campaign to take the province of Jingzhou (------, present day Hubei and Hunan).
  2. Cao Anmin (---------)(? - 197) was the nephew of the powerful Ancient Chinese warlord Cao Cao.
  3. Little is know about Cao Anmin: he was in battle with Cao Ang in an ambush attack at Wan Castle, where he tried to protect Cao Cao and died in the process. (Web site)

Cao Shuang

  1. Cao Shuang was in a dilenma, unsure whether to surrender his power or not.
  2. Cao Shuang was very jealous of Sima Yi's great power and prestige, and sought total control over the Kingdom of Wei.

Cao Xueqin

  1. Cao Xueqin is the author of the famous Chinese work Dream of the Red Chamber.
  2. Cao Xueqin was the survivor of a Han Chinese clan which had been assimilated into the Plain White Branch --------- of the Manchurian Banners.
  3. Cao Xueqin was born around 1715 and died 12 February 1763. (Web site)

Cen Pi

  1. The duel lasted for only three passes until Lu cut Cen Pi's throat with his sword.
  2. Cen Pi proved himself as Yuan Tan's best by slaying powerful Wu Wuan bandit leaders on numerous occasions.
  3. Yuan Shang was going to accept but Lu Kuang went out and dueled with Cen Pi. (Web site)

Cheng Pu

  1. Cheng Pu is your first opponent. (Web site)
  2. Cheng Pu was a veteran warrior skilled at using the serpent spear who served the Sun family for three generations.
  3. Cheng Pu was an elder general of Sun Jian and he made fun of Zhou Yu's youth. (Web site)

Cheng Yu

  1. You'll have to absorb the other three's attacks but that shouldn't be too difficult, have Chen Deng heal everyone after Cheng Yu is defeated. (Web site)
  2. However, Cheng Yu stopped the Great Ancestor, and he yielded to him. (Web site)
  3. Once the generals arrive, they discover that Cheng Yu has rebuilt Luo Yang and its glamour.

Chen Bingde

  1. Director of the PLA General Armament Department Chen Bingde and other senior military officers were present on the occasion.
  2. Chen Bingde, a newcomer to the CMC, is a former chief of the Nanjing Military Command, a crucial region in Beijing's military strategy against Taiwan. (Web site)

Chen Hao

  1. I am not the kind of guy that mind about plastic surgery, and Chen Hao is a good actress in my mind regardless. (Web site)
  2. Capillary Artemisia Stem (Artemisia capillaris) (Yin chen hao) is a powerful parasite exterminator.

Chen Kaige

  1. Chen Kaige is a director with a style of his own. (Web site)
  2. Chen Kaige is one of China's most prominent and influential directors, and perhaps the central figure in China's Fifth Generation of filmmakers. (Web site)

Chen Shou

  1. The great historian Sima Qian employed this device greatly and it can be assumed that Chen Shou also did this in his text.
  2. Chen Shou said that Chenhan and Bianhan peoples lived together among themselves and they did possess city walls. (Web site)
  3. Empresses and consorts: selections from Chen Shou's Records of the Three States with Pei Songzhi's commentary.

Chen Wu

  1. Chen Wu was famous for having a face that was considered by many to be fierce and ugly.
  2. Chen Wu was full of valor and always fought in the front lines of battle.

Chu Mei-Feng

  1. Chu Mei-feng, 40, started broadcasting the 6:30 p.m.
  2. Directory BBC article on sex scandal allegations in Taiwan surrounding Chu Mei-Feng.
  3. Biography of Chu Mei-feng, The Taiwanese politician caught on tape.

Chun Yuqiong

  1. First, Chun Yuqiong and all of his forces will be defeated.
  2. Weaken Shao's offensive by locating his Supply Depot, slay the commanding officer (Chun Yuqiong). (Web site)
  3. Shao, to remedy this, sent Chun Yuqiong along with 10000 troops to secure his grain shipment.

Consort Jia

  1. The eventual Emperor Zhang was aware of Consort Jia's status as his birth mother but never treated her as mother.
  2. Her niece (the daughter of her older sister), Consort Jia, also a consort of Crown Prince Zhuang, did give birth to a child -- Liu Da (??).
  3. Consort Jia (---------, personal name unknown) was an imperial consort to Han Dynasty 's Emperor Ming.

Consort Liang

  1. Consort Liang was a daughter of Liang Song (------), the son of one of Emperor Guangwu 's officials, Liang Tong (------).

Dao Lang

  1. Xi Yu Dao Lang, who represents the pop music culture of China's Northwestern territories, performs these songs. (Web site)
  2. Dao Lang, a Chinese country singer, Jay Chou, a pop singer and "Dogface Legend" are in the top three Google searches in China. (Web site)
  3. Dao Lang said he was making a new disc. (Web site)

Deng Ai

  1. Deng Ai was defending Wu Cheng mountain and both armies were competing for strategic positions. (Web site)
  2. Deng Ai was dispatched to counter Jiang Wei and prevent him from retreating. (Web site)
  3. Deng Ai was duely promoted to be Duke of Guan Nei, Tao Kou Jiang Jun, and governor of Cheng Yang for his meritorious services. (Web site)
  4. Deng Ai was indignant that his plan was rejected. (Web site)
  5. Deng Ai was promoted again to Duke of Fang Cheng Xiang and deputy An Xi Jiang Jun for rendering exemplary services. (Web site)

Deng Nan

  1. Hu made a good impression on Deng Nan, who happened to report it to her father.
  2. Deng Nan (------; pinyin D--ng N--n) (born 1945) is the second daughter of Deng Xiaoping and his third wife Zhuo Lin.
  3. Deng Nan, one of Deng's daughters, said her father had immense love for Hong Kong because it is part of the Chinese territory.

Dian Man

  1. Dian Man is the worst of the lot, just another generic fighter general, who can take off a bit if you don't hit him though. (Web site)

Ding Ling

  1. The museum held its first Ding Ling exhibition in the early 1990s. (Web site)
  2. The following year Ding Ling published "The Diary of Miss Sophie", which she had written in two weeks. (Web site)
  3. Ding Ling set Chinese letters on fire in the late 1920s with short stories such as "Meng Ke" and "The Diary of Miss Sophie". (Web site)

Ding Zilin

  1. Ding Zilin is a mother of one of the victims, her only son.
  2. Ding Zilin is a retired professor from People's University.
  3. Ding Zilin is a retired university professor in her 70s.

Di Xin

  1. Gnashing his teeth, Di Xin killed Bo and minced him into paste, cooked into congee and served to King Wen of Zhou.
  2. Wen (Ji Chang), the ruler of the Zhou, who was a Shang vassal, was given the title "Count of the West" by the king Di Xin of Shang. (Web site)
  3. In the Battle of Muye, Shang forces were destroyed, and King Di Xin of Shang set his palace on fire and burned himself to death.

Dong Hu Ling

  1. Tung Ying-chieh was followed by son Dong Hu Ling (---------) who is followed by Dong Zeng Chen.
  2. This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Dong Hu Ling contains research on Dong Hu Ling and Chinese Tai Chi Chuan practitioners.

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