High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Professor Yang Fujia (b. June 1936) is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a renowned nuclear physicist and Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, England. Yang's ancestral hometown is Zhenhai County (current Zhenhai District), Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. He was born in Shanghai and graduated in physics from Fudan University. He was a lecturer and professor of physics at Fudan, serving as President of the university from 1993 to 1999. Yang was Director of the Shanghai Institute of Nuclear Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1987 to 2001, was Chairman of the Shanghai Science and Technology Association (1992 1996), and he was the first president of the Association of University Presidents of China (1997 1999).
Rodrigo Paixão Mesquita (born March 4, 1985) is a Brazilian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Guarani on loan from Caxias. He was born in São Paulo. Rodrigo Paulista played for Figueirense and Internacional in the Campeonato Brasileiro, and also spent a football career in Shenyang Dongjin and Anhui Jiufang in the second division of the Chinese football league. Shenyang Dongjin Football Club is a Chinese football club its based in Shenyang, China. Founded as Jining Dranix Football Club in 1999, the team was then based in Jining, Shandong. They stayed there until 2004. In 2005, they moved to Ningbo, Zhejiang and were renamed Ningbo Zhongbao Cixi Football Club. There, they played at Ningbo Cixi Stadium.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Runje Shaw (1896-1975, also known as Renjie Shao or Shao Zuiweng) was the eldest of the Shaw brothers (Run Run Shaw, Runde Shaw and Runme Shaw). Born in Ningbo, Zhejiang, China, he was one of six sons of Shanghai textile merchant Shaw Yuh Hsuen (1867-1920), Shaw was originally a lawyer and worked for firms like Hsin Hwa Foreign Firm, the prestigious Chinese-French Chen Ye Bank. His entrepreneurial success included a venture in the Huayou Egg Factory. Shaw later enter the film business and became a film director, producer and writer. Unlike his younger brothers, he never left China. In 1934 he established Unique studio in Hong Kong and remained studio boss until 1937. Shaw was married three times, once to Unique''s starlet Chan Yoke-mui.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yang Fuyu a Chinese biochemist and biophysicist, is the main founder of biomembrane study in China. Widely regarded as "The Father of Chinese Membrane Biology". He is the current chief of the National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Yang is a native of Ningbo, Zhejiang Province and was born in Shanghai in 1927. He graduated from the Department of Chemistry, Zhejiang University in 1950. Just after his graduation, he worked for the Institute of Experimental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) as an assistant. In 1956, Yang went to USSR and studied at the Department of Biology, Moscow State University until 1960 when he received a PhD there. Yang is a long-serving senior scientist at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is also a professor of the institute, a professor of the Graduate School, University of Science and Technology of China and a professor at Wuhan University.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The fund was founded by American engineer and entrepreneur Dr. Y.C.Tang who is a Zhejiang University alumnus and Zhejiang native (hometown Ningbo). The first endowment of the fund was 2 million US dollar from Mr. and Mrs Tang in May 2004. The General Secretary of Zhejiang University - Mr. Zhang Junsheng received the endowment, on behalf of the university. Before this donation, Tang couple already donated 40 million Chinese Yuan to the university. The fund is coupled with the Y.C.Tang Educational Fund, which is based in United States. Annually, Y.C.Tang donates about 200,000 US dollars to support the educational activities at Zhejiang University. In 1997, the Centennial Anniversary of ZJU, Mr. Tang also donated 2.4 million USD to buid a student center at Yuquan Campus. He further donated 5 million USD to Zhejiang University, to support its constructions and education.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Qing Lian Zhan Shi is a Chinese video game. The player takes on the role of protagonist who battles corrupt government officials as well as their children and mistresses. The game received financial sponsoring from the Chinese Communist Party Disciplinary Committee of the Haishu district in Ningbo city. Just weeks after its launch, the game attracted so many users that its servers crashed and it had to be taken offline for upgrades. Ningbo is a seaport with sub-provincial administrative status. The city has a population of 2,201,000 and is located on the northeastern of Zhejiang province, China. Lying south of the Hangzhou Bay, and facing the East China Sea to the east, Ningbo borders Shaoxing to the west and Taizhou to the south, and is separated from Zhoushan by a narrow body of water. Ningbo was one of China's oldest cities, with a history dating back to 4800 BC the Hemudu culture.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Li Zhijian, 1928-, is a pioneer of Chinese microelectronics. He is former Chief Director of the Institute of Microelectronics, Tsinghua University, and the current Chairman of the Academic Committee, School of Information Science and Technology, Tsinghua University. Li was born on 1st May, 1928, in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. 1951, he graduated (bachelor's degree) from the Department of Physics, Zhejiang University in Hangzhou. He went to study mathematics and physics in USSR and was awarded a Science Doctorand by USSR National University of Leningrad (current St. Petersburg State University, Russia).
Born into a low-level literati family in the port city of Ningbo, the seventeenth-century Chinese Christian convert Zhu Zongyuan likely never left his home province. Yet Zhu nonetheless led a remarkably globally connected life. His relations with the outside world, ranging from scholarly activities to involvement with globalizing Catholicism, put him in contact with a complex and contradictory set of foreign and domestic forces. In Global Entanglements of a Man Who Never Traveled, Dominic Sachsenmaier explores the mid-seventeenth-century world and the worldwide flows of ideas through the lens of Zhu&#8216;s life, combining the local, regional, and global. Taking particular aspects of Zhu&#8216;s multiple belongings as a starting point, Sachsenmaier analyzes the contexts that framed his worlds as he balanced a local life and his border-crossing faith. At the local level, the book pays attention to the intellectual, political, and social environments of late Ming and early Qing society, including Confucian learning and the Manchu conquest, questioning the role of ethnic and religious identities. At the global level, it considers how individuals like Zhu were situated within the history of organizations and power structures such as the Catholic Church and early modern empires amid larger transformations and encounters. A strikingly original work, this book is a major contribution to East Asian, transnational, and global history, with important implications for historical approaches and methodologies.
In 1857, Alla Lee, a 24yearold native of Ningbo, China, seeking a better life, came to St. Louis. A decade later, Lee was joined by several hundred of his countrymen from San Francisco and New York who were seeking jobs in mines and factories in and around St. Louis. Most of these Chinese workers lived in boardinghouses located near a street called Hop Alley. In time, Chinese hand laundries, merchandise stores, herb shops, restaurants, and clan association headquarters sprang up in and around that street, forming St. Louis Chinatown. Hop Alley survived with remarkable resilience and energy until 1966 when urban renewal bulldozers leveled the area to make a parking lot for Busch Stadium. A new suburban Chinese American community has been quietly, yet rapidly, emerging since the 1960s in the form of cultural community, where the Chinese churches, Chineselanguage schools, and community organizations serve as the infrastructure of the community.