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Jianping Li He serves on several academic committees such as Honours and Recognition Committee/International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), International Commission on Climate (ICCL), International Commission on Dynamical Meteorology (ICDM), WWRP Monsoon Panel, Lead Author of IPCC WG II, Working Group for UN Environment Consultation (WGUNEC), Chinese Association for Science and Technology (CAST), International Commission on Planetary Atmospheres and their Evolution (ICPAE), World Youth Earth Scientists (YES), and on the responsible editor of "Theoretical and Applied Climatology", "Advances in Atmospheric Sciences" and "Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences". Besides, he is the director of International Program Office of Asian Monsoon Years (AMY 2007-2012), and the co-coordinator of International Project of East Asian Climate (EAC).
Cheng Jianping Cheng then added her three word comment, which both she and her fiance described as sarcastic satire, a joke criticizing the demonstrators.
Cheng Jianping Cheng was sentenced on November 12 to one year of re-education through labor at the Shibalihe River women's labour camp in Zhengzhou city in Henan Province.
Cheng Jianping The Chinese government's response brought attention to the risks of using Twitter for controversial political issues, as well as criticism from human rights and open technology groups. “Sentencing someone to a year in a labor camp, without trial, for simply repeating another person’s clearly satirical observation on Twitter demonstrates the level of China’s repression of online expression,” said Sam Zarifi, Amnesty International’s Director for the Asia-Pacific. The organization further commented, "Cheng may be the first Chinese citizen to become a prisoner of conscience on the basis of a single tweet." Twitter CEO Dick Costolo posted to his Twitter account, "Dear Chinese Government, year-long detentions for sending a sarcastic tweet are neither the way forward nor the future of your great people."
Zhang Jianping Zhang was regimental commander at the age of 27 and commander of the 3rd Fighter Division a few years later (the elite of all elite divisions in the PLAAF). Being the first "fist unit" equipped with the Su-27 in the mid-1990s, he led the first team from the division to Russia to receive the Su–27 and become the first of the Su–27 pilot cadre in the PLAAF. He was promoted to be commander of the 9th Corps and deputy commander of the Beijing Military Region Air Force.
Jianping Yao Jianping Yao is a Canadian engineer, currently a Distinguished University Professor and University Research Chair, and previously Director of the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Electrical and Computer Engineering, at University of Ottawa, and also a published author. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, The Optical Society and Canadian Academy of Engineering.
He Jianping Four years later she was part of the Chinese team which finished sixth. She played all five matches and scored 26 goals.
Cheng Jianping The comments made on October 17, 2010 were seen by the Chinese government as "disrupting public order", interpreted as attempting to incite anti-Japanese protesters to attack Japan's pavilion at the Shanghai Expo.
Cheng Jianping Hua and Cheng were to be married on October 27, but before the ceremony, Cheng disappeared from the southeastern city of Wuxi. It was revealed the week of November 17 that she had been detained by police. Her fiance was also detained on October 27, and was released five days later.
Jianping Li He earned a BS, MS and PhD, respectively, in 1991, 1994 and 1997 from Lanzhou University. He is interested in climatic dynamics and predictability, monsoon, annular modes and their impacts, etc. He has published more than 140 scientific papers, some books, and has won numerous awards. He is the chief scientist of two National Basic Research projects (973AIPO and 973ALS) of China. The 973AIPO focuses on ocean-atmosphere interaction over Asia (AIPO) and its impact on the short-term climate variation in China, and 973ALS on Air-land-sea (ALS) interactions in Asia and their role in the global change.