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Guo Jingjing It was confirmed in January 2011 that Guo has decided to retire, and she will not compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics. She was quoted as saying, "I think I have fulfilled my task, so the London Games is not what I have in mind now. The chances should be left to other talents in the team."
Jingjing Wang In February, 2010, Wang played his South American debut in Bogota, Colombia. This followed a January performance with the National Symphony Orchestra of Panama. In April, 2010, Wang won the University of Illinois Concerto Competition, winning a concerto debut concert in the Krannert Center.
Nie Jingjing Nie Jingjing (; born 1 March 1988) is a female racewalker from China. She came in fourth place in the Women's 20 kilometres walk event at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea and also competed in the Women's 20 kilometres walk event at the 2015 World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China.
Jingjing (monk) Jingjing (Chinese, 景淨) was an 8th-century Persian Christian monk in China, also known as Adam, who composed the text on the Nestorian Stele.
Lu Jingjing Jingjing has won one WTA doubles title, and 3 singles and 11 doubles titles on the ITF tour in her career. On 20 June 2011 she reached her best singles ranking of world number 178. On 21 September 2009, she peaked at world number 105 in the doubles rankings.
Guo Jingjing Guo won two more gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. At the end of the Beijing Games, Guo became the most decorated female Olympic diver, and tied fellow Chinese athlete Fu Mingxia, and Americans Pat McCormick and Greg Louganis with the most gold medals (four). Guo won the gold medal in the women's 3-meter springboard with a total of 415.35 points. The silver medal was awarded to Yuliya Pakhalina of Russia, whose score was 398.60, followed by Wu Minxia of China with 389.85 for the bronze medal. In synchronized diving, the defending champions Guo, and Wu, who won the event in the 2004 Athens Olympics and three World Championships, had led the entire competition in Beijing, winning the gold medal, with Yuliya Pakhalina and Anastasia Pozdnyakova of Russia, who posted 323.61, winning Silver.
Guo Jingjing Guo's social activities after the Athens Olympics were the subject of scrutiny in Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong media news outlets. Guo made entertainment headlines in China when the paparazzi published a photograph of her dining with Kenneth Fok Kai-kong, the grandson of the late Hong Kong business tycoon Henry Fok. Guo did not deny the relationship, and has been photographed many times with Kenneth Fok in public. The couple married in Hong Kong on November 8, 2012.
Hou Jingjing She had to work harder than other students because during the treatment in Nanjing she already missed many classes and the fact that she couldn’t go to school to get the teacher’s guidance means she had to depend on herself in her studies. And her body condition couldn’t allow her to study for a long time because she was so weak. So it was really strong-willed of her to achieve all the success. And after a struggling of many years, she took a test and got enrolled by Nanjing Normal University as she got the highest marks among the students who took the test. And later, after years of hard-working she became one of the best graduates in NNU and stayed to become a teacher in the university.
Jingjing Wang Wang Jingjing started piano at age 10, and began to make a career of it at age 17. A Piano Performance graduate of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Wang Jingjing made his concert debut at the age of 18, performing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto with China Hebei Orchestra in the Shanghai Concert Hall . Since his debut, he has given numerous recitals in the United States, France, Spain, Russia, Italy, the Netherlands, Panama and the Canary Islands as well as his native country. He has collaborated as soloist with France's L'Orchestre Symphonique du Limousin, the China Movie Philharmonic, and the Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra. He has performed at the Concert Hall of Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, Town Hall in New York City, the Teatro Nacional in Panama City, among others.
Jingjing Wang During July 2006, Mr. Wang performed in the XV Festival Internacional de Piano held on the Canary Islands. One month later, he won 3rd prize at the 2nd Panama International Piano Competition. In summer of 2007, as a scholarships receiver in both Mannes International Keyboard Festival and the Music Day Festival in the Netherlands, he attended master classes and given concerts around the Netherlands and the United States.