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Zhu Jingwen Among Zhu's numerous published works is the textbook "Legal Theory," co-authored with Shen Zongling and other prominent jurists. In 1997, the textbook received a First Prize for Textbook Achievement from the Chinese government. In 2008, the textbook was once again recognized for excellence by the Department of Education.
Chen Jingwen She represented her country in the 4x400 metres relay event at the 2008 Summer Olympics but finished last in the heats. She went on to have a run of success in Asian competitions in 2009: she won the 400 m bronze and relay gold at the 11th Chinese National Games, won individual gold at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games, took a relay gold at the 2009 Asian Athletics Championships and beat compatriot Tang Xiaoyin to the gold medal at the 2009 East Asian Games.
Chen Jingwen Her personal best time is 52.18 seconds, achieved in November 2006 in Foshan. In the 200 metres she has 23.91 seconds, achieved in the same time and place.
Zhu Jingwen Zhu Jingwen was born to a Han family in Beijing, China. A member of the first class of graduate students to attend Renmin University after the reinstatement of the National Higher Education Entrance Examination, Zhu received his LL.M degree from Renmin University of China Law School in 1982, after which he joined the school's faculty. From 1987 to 1988, he was a visiting scholar at the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law. From 1996 to 1997, he was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Wisconsin Law School. In 2005, he was elected as one of Distinguished Contemporary Chinese Jurists.
Rao Jingwen Rao Jingwen is a Chinese table tennis player. She won the bronze medal at the 2013 World Table Tennis Championships in the mixed doubles competition with partner Wang Liqin.
Zhu Jingwen Zhu Jingwen (Chinese: 朱景文; Pinyin: Zhū Jǐngwén, born January 7, 1948) is Professor of Legal Theory at the Renmin University of China Law School, Board Member of the China Law Society, and Director of the Renmin University of China Center on Law and Globalization.
Chen Jingwen Chen Jingwen (, born 4 February 1990 in Guangzhou) is a female Chinese sprinter who specializes in the 400 metres.
The Champion (TV series) The main subplot revolved around Guo Jingwen. Her constant tardiness earned her the dubious title of "Tardy Queen" (迟到Queen). The new coach, at first, kicked her off the team because of this, but what the coach did not know was Jingwen came from a dysfunctional and poor family, where the father works low-pay jobs to feed his two daughters and son. Jingwen's younger sister was paralyzed during a childhood illness, and uses a wheelchair for mobility. Jingwen's brother is a rebellious teenager, whose antics with his hooligan friends have drawn the ire of his father. Meanwhile, Jingwen works as a swimming coach to bring extra income to the cash-strapped family. Once the coach learned about this, he relaxed his strict rules on timeliness for Jingwen. The close relationship Zhenkang had with Jingwen almost cost Zhenkang his wife. Later on, Lu Kaiwei falls for Jingwen, after being dumped by his girlfriend He Yixuan.
Wang Zhenfeng In 472, Emperor grew seriously ill, and he, believing that after his death, Empress Wang would become regent, and that her brother Wang Jingwen would become overly powerful, so he forced Wang Jingwen to commit suicide. He then died and was succeeded by his oldest son (by his concubine Consort Chen Miaodeng), Liu Yu (different character than Emperor Ming), as Emperor Houfei.
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