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Wu Aiying Wu Aiying (; born December 1951) is a Chinese politician, served as the Minister of Justice of the People's Republic of China from 2005 to 2017. She has served under Premiers Wen Jiabao and Li Keqiang. Previously she held numerous political positions in her native Shandong province.
Wu Aiying In Shandong, Wu oversaw legal affairs, including jurisdiction of the courts, prosecution agencies, and law enforcement. Her work with the Jinan traffic police won praise from the central authorities. In 1998, Wu was promoted to Deputy Party Secretary of Shandong province, the third highest political position in the province. In 2002, she was named Chair of the People's Political Consultative Conference of Shandong province, ascending to full provincial-level status.
Wu Aiying In November 2003, Wu was named Vice Minister of Justice. By July 2005, she ascended to Minister of Justice at age 53. She became the second female Minister of Justice in the history of the People's Republic, after Shi Liang.
Wu Aiying She was the alternate member of the 16th CPC Central Committee and a full member of the 17th CPC Central Committee and the 18th CPC Central Committee.
Xing Aiying Xing Aiying (; born August 2, 1989 in Jiangsu, People's Republic of China) is a Chinese-born Singaporean badminton player. Xing qualified for the women's singles at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, after she was ranked thirty-sixth in the world, and awarded an entry as one of the top 38 seeded players by the Badminton World Federation. She lost the first preliminary round match to Belarus' Olga Konon, with a score of 19–21 and 12–21.
Wu Aiying Wu was born 1951 in Changle County, Shandong province, to an ordinary family of peasants, the youngest of three sisters. She was selected as a prospective party member at a very young age. She was educated in Shandong University from 1971 to 1973. After graduating, she returned to her home county to serve as a political instructor, and leader of a local production commune. By 1976, she had become the deputy party secretary of Changle County, at a mere age of 25. In 1978, she began serving in the Communist Youth League; by 1982 she had risen to become deputy provincial secretary of the Shandong Communist Youth League organization. In July 1993, she was named Vice Governor of Shandong.
Singapore at the 2010 Commonwealth Games The Women's team consisted of Xing Aiying, Fu Mingtian, Yao Lei, Shinta Mulia Sari & Vanessa Neo Yuyan.
Olga Konon At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Olga lost in the round of 16 to top seeded Xie Xinfang(who later won the silver medal) 21-16, 21-15. En route to the round of 16, she defeated Singapore's Xin Aiying who is ranked 23 in the world, 21-19, 21-12. Later in the round of 32, she beat Slovenia's Maja Tvrdy, 21-17, 21-14.