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Graduate School Of Chinese Academy Of Social Sciences
The Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
(GSCASS, simplified Chinese: 中国社会科学院研究生院; traditional Chinese: 中國社會科學院研究生院; pinyin: Zhōngguó Shèhuì Kēxuéyuàn Yánjiūshēngyuàn) is a public graduate school in Beijing
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Chinese Language
Legend:   Countries identified Chinese as a primary, administrative, or native language   Countries with more than 5,000,000 Chinese speakers   Countries with more than 1,000,000 Chinese speakers   Countries with more than 500,000 Chinese speakers   Countries with more than 100,000 Chinese speakers   Major Chinese-speaking settlementsThis article contains IPA phonetic symbols. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Unicode
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Yang Yi
Yang Yi
Yang Yi
(died 235), courtesy name Weigong, was an official of the state of Shu Han
Shu Han
in the Three Kingdoms
Three Kingdoms
period.Contents1 Early life and career 2 Mid career 3 Later life and death 4 Yang Lü 5 See also 6 Notes 7 ReferencesEarly life and career[edit] Yang Yi
Yang Yi
was from Xiangyang
Xiangyang
Commandery in Jing Province, which is around present-day Xiangyang, Hubei. He was born sometime in the late Eastern Han dynasty
Eastern Han dynasty
and initially served as a Registrar (主簿) under Fu Qun (傅羣), the Inspector (刺史) of Jing Province
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Li Daokui
David Daokui Li (Chinese: 李稻葵; pinyin: Lǐ Dàokúi; born 1963) is the Mansfield Freeman Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for China in the World Economy (CCWE) at Tsinghua University's School of Economics and Management (SEM). He teaches courses on economic transition, corporate finance, international economics, and China's economy. In 2013, he was appointed director of the Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua.[1][2] Li Daokui is a part of an academic trio that replaced Fan Gang to the Monetary Policy Committee of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), China's central bank.[3] His childhood was spent in Sichuan province, as a result of his parents being displaced to the countryside during the Cultural Revolution. He currently lives in Beijing with his wife and two children. He is a member of the 1985 inaugural class of Tsinghua's SEM, and studied abroad immediately following his graduation
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Wang Haibo
Wang Haibo (Chinese: 汪海波; pinyin: Wāng Hǎibō", born 7 February 1982) is a Chinese former swimmer who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.[1] References[edit]^ "Wang's entry". from sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-06-09. This biographical article related to a People's Republic of China swimmer is a stub
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Chen Shen
Chen Shen (陳深), courtesy name Chengyuan (承源), was a crown prince of the Chen Dynasty
Chen Dynasty
of Chinese history. Chen Shen was the fourth son of Chen Shubao, and the oldest son of Chen Shubao's favorite concubine Consort Zhang Lihua. His exact birth year is not known. At the time of Chen Shen's birth, Chen Shubao
Chen Shubao
was crown prince under Chen Shen's grandfather Emperor Xuan. On her account, Chen Shubao
Chen Shubao
also greatly favored Chen Shen, but at the order of Emperor Xuan, Chen Shen's older brother Chen Yin, Chen Shubao's oldest son, was designated heir. (Chen Yin was also not born of Chen Shubao's wife Crown Princess Shen Wuhua, but Crown Princess Shen raised him after Chen Yin's mother Consort Sun died in childbirth in 573). Emperor Xuan died in 582, and Chen Shubao, after surviving a coup attempt, became emperor
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Zi Zhongyun
Zi Zhongyun
Zi Zhongyun
(simplified Chinese: 资中筠; traditional Chinese: 資中筠; pinyin: Zī Zhōngyún; born June 1930) is a Chinese translator and historian who is an expert on US studies with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.[1] She masters English and French.[2]Contents1 Biography 2 Works 3 Translations 4 Awards 5 Personal life 6 References 7 External linksBiography[edit] Zi was born into a scholarly family in Shanghai
Shanghai
in June 1930, with her ancestral home in Leiyang, Hunan, the daughter of Tong Yijun (童益君), a Chinese officer, and Zi Yaohua (资耀华), a banker and financier who was a graduate of Kyoto University, University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University.[3] She has two sister, Zi Huayun (资华筠) and Zi Minyun (资民筠). Zi Huayuan, a dancer and actress, was born in 1936. Zi Minyun, a physicist, was born in 1938. Zi secondary studied at the Yaohua High School (耀华中学)
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Wang Shuwen
Wang Shuwen (王叔文) (died 806[1]) was an official of the Tang dynasty of China. He was a close associate of Emperor Shunzong (Li Song) while Li Song was crown prince under his father Emperor Dezong, and was powerful during Emperor Shunzong's brief reign in 805, when Emperor Shunzong was severely ill. However, he offended the powerful eunuchs and further lost power when he was forced to leave governmental service due to his mother's death, and after Emperor Shunzong yielded the throne to his son Emperor Xianzong, Emperor Xianzong ordered Wang to commit suicide.Contents1 Background and service under Li Song as Crown Prince 2 During Emperor Shunzong's reign 3 Death 4 Historical views of Wang Shuwen 5 Notes and referencesBackground and service under Li Song as Crown Prince[edit] It is not known when Wang Shuwen was born.[1] His family was from Yue Prefecture (越州, in modern Shaoxing, Zhejiang)
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Shi Jinbo
Shi Jinbo
Shi Jinbo
(Chinese: 史金波) (born 3 March 1940) is a Chinese linguist and Tangutologist.Contents1 Biography 2 Works 3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit] Shi Jinbo
Shi Jinbo
was born in Gaobeidian
Gaobeidian
City, Hebei
Hebei
in 1940. After leaving school, he enrolled at the Central College for Nationalities in Beijing, where he studied the Yi language
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Lu Zheng
Lü Zheng (simplified Chinese: 吕征; traditional Chinese: 呂徵; pinyin: Lǚ Zhēng; born 25 February 1985) is a Chinese footballer who has previously played for Beijing
Beijing
Enterprises in the China League One.Contents1 Club career 2 International career 3 Honours3.1 Club4 References 5 External linksClub career[edit] Lü Zheng started his football career with Shandong Luneng
Shandong Luneng
when he made his debut against Shenyang Ginde
Shenyang Ginde
on 26 June 2004 in a 1-1 draw.[1] This led to him making several further appearances during the season, which subsequently saw him play understudy to Li Jinyu
Li Jinyu
and Han Peng as the team's main strikers
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Zhang Haipeng
Zhang Haipeng
Zhang Haipeng
(simplified Chinese: 张海鹏; traditional Chinese: 張海鵬; pinyin: Zhāng Hǎipéng; Wade–Giles: Chang Hai-p'eng, Hepburn: Chō Kaihō) (1867–1949), was a Chinese Northeastern Army general, who went over to the Japanese during the Invasion of Manchuria and became a general in the Manchukuo
Manchukuo
Imperial Army of the state of Manchukuo. Biography[edit] Zhang was a member of the Honghuzi
Honghuzi
irregular cavalry forces of the Manchurian warlord Feng Delin during the First Sino-Japanese War. These forces were recruited as mercenaries by the Japanese during the Russo-Japanese War
Russo-Japanese War
from 1904-05. He subsequently studied at the Northeast Military Academy built by Gen. Zhao Erxun
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Li Chongfu
Li Chongfu (李重福) (680?[1] – September 10, 710[2]) was an imperial prince of the Chinese Tang Dynasty. He was a son of Emperor Zhongzong, but was not favored during Emperor Zhongzong's reign and was exiled
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Shen Jiaxuan
Shen Jiaxuan(Chinese: 沈家煊; pinyin: Shěn Jiāxuān) is a Chinese linguist. He is the director of The Institute of Linguistics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the president of International Chinese Association. He is also the chief editor of "contemporary linguistics".[1] Biography[edit] Shen Jiaxuan was born in Shanghai in 1946 while his native place is Wuxing, Zhejiang. In 1968, he gradueted from Beijing Broadcasting College. After the Cultural Revolution, he enrolled at the language department of the graduate school of the Chinese Social Sciences college. his tutor was Zhao Shikai (赵世开). Then he stayed there for work since he graduated. He once went abroad for further language study in California University and Leiden University
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Public University
A public university is a university that is predominantly funded by public means through a national or subnational government, as opposed to private universities
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Zhou Hong
Zhou Hong (Chinese: 周泓; born 4 May 1987), or Jessie Zhou, is a Chinese actress and model.Zhou HongNative name 周泓Born Zhou Hong May 4, 1987 Suzhou, ChinaResidence Beijing, ChinaNationality ChineseYears active 2009-presentContents1 Career 2 Filmography2.1 Films 2.2 Television series3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit] Zhou made her acting debut in famous TV commercials of Head&Shoulders[1] of P&G, Pepsi, Nokia, KFC, Wrigley[1][2], and many other major brands[3], television series Wen Rou de Huang Yan (温柔的谎言), and later received recognition for her memorable roles in various movies and television series including Beijing Love Story (北京爱情故事), My Economical Man (我的经济适用男)[4][5], In
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Zheng Chengsi
Zheng Chengsi (Chinese character: 郑成思; Pinyin: Zhèng Chéngsī; December, 1944 -- September 10, 2006) was a Chinese expert on intellectual property, the Director of Intellectual Property Center of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Biography[edit] Zheng Chengsi has worked at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences since 1979. He studied at the graduate school of the London School of Economics from 1981 to 1983. In 1994, Zheng was selected as an arbitrator of the Arbitration
Arbitration
Center of the World Intellectual Property Organization, and became the Director of the Intellectual Property Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Zheng was the deputy to the 9th and 10th National People's Congress, member of the Law Committee.[1] Zheng died of illness in Beijing
Beijing
on September 10, 2006. References[edit]^ "郑成思:中国知识产权奠基人" (in Chinese). Sina.com. 9 January 2007
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