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Jiali Jiali may refer to the following places in mainland China or Taiwan:
Ding Jiali In 1992, Ding won the "Best Supporting Actress" at the 12th Golden Rooster Awards for her performance in "Spring Festival".
Ding Jiali In 2001, Ding acted in Lu Xuechang's film "Cala, My Dog!" as Yu Lan, alongside Ge You and Ha Yu; she was nominated for "Best Actress" award at the 26th Hundred Flowers Awards and the 4th Chinese Film Media Awards.
Jiali Plaza Jiali Plaza (), also known as Ping An Building, is a tall skyscraper located in Wuhan, China. The 61 storey building was completed in 1997 under the design by WMKY Lim. The building has two underground floors which are used as a car park.
Ding Jiali Ding was born in 1959 in Jiamusi, Heilongjiang, she graduated from Shanghai Theatre Academy, majoring in acting. After graduating she was assigned to the National Theatre Company of China, she met his first boyfriend, they had sex and she was pregnant, at this time, the boyfriend abandoned her, she had to have an abortion in a village of Beijing.
Ding Jiali In 2006, Ding participated in "The Lane Premier", a film directed by Li Qimin, which garnered her an "Outstanding Actress" award at the 12th Huabiao Awards and received nomination at the 8th Changchun Film Festival.
Wang Jiali Wang Jiali (born 1 February 1986 in Hebei) is a Chinese long-distance runner who specialises in marathon running. She has won marathons in Zhengzhou and Beijing, as well as having won a bronze medal from the Asian Athletics Championships.
Wang Jiali Her first major marathon appearance came at the 2007 Beijing International Marathon, but she did not managed to make the top ten. She set a personal best of 2:26:34 to win the Zhengzhou-Kaifeng International Marathon in March 2008, a mark which ranked her as the fifth fastest Chinese woman that year. Her next marathon outing came in April at the Good Luck Beijing test event for the upcoming 2008 Olympic marathon, and although she was among the leaders for much of the race, she dropped out and failed to finish. Wang returned to the Beijing Marathon in October and took seventh place in a race dominated by her compatriot Bai Xue.
Wang Jiali She was banned from competition for two years due to abnormalities in her biological passport. Her ban began in December 2013.
Ding Jiali Ding had her first experience in front of the camera in 1986, and she was chosen to act as "Xiaobaixie" in Wang Junzheng's film "A Woman In the Mountains", for which she won the "Best Supporting Actress" award at the 7th Golden Rooster Awards. At the same year, she won the 3rd Plum Blossom Prize.