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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for jinyan

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Jinyan, Cili The township is divided into 19 villages, the following areas: Sanyuan Village, Luoyuan Village, Honglian Village, Yuetan Village, Baojian Village, Zhongping Village, Tuxi Village, Liuping Village, Chaping Village, Huping Village, Zhengping Village, Luofeng Village, Jinji Village, Jinpen Village, Nanyue Village, Nanping Village, Shuangzhong Village, Jinlong Village, and Minjia Village (三元村、落元村、红联村、月潭村、保健村、中坪村、土溪村、刘坪村、茶坪村、湖坪村、郑坪村、落丰村、金鸡村、金盆村、南岳村、南坪村、双中村、金龙村、敏家村)
Zeng Jinyan Zeng Jinyan and Hu Jia made a 31-minute documentary, "Prisoners of Freedom City," of their seven-month house arrest from August 2006 to March 2007. The couple was placed under house arrest again, two months later on May 18, 2007 for harming state security. Zeng Jinyan is dubbed "Tiananmen 2.0." and selected as TIME Magazine's 100 People Who Shape Our World in 2007 as a hero and a pioneer.
Jinyan, Cili Jinyan Township () is an rural township in Cili County, Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, People's Republic of China.
Zeng Jinyan Zeng Jinyan (Chinese: 曾金燕; born October 9, 1983), is a Chinese blogger and human rights activist. The wife of AIDS and environmental activist Hu Jia, Zeng became famous for a blog she had maintained throughout the disappearance of her husband, which was believed to be the working of China's secret police. Zeng was put under house arrest in August 2006 and the blog that details her life under constant surveillance and police harassment has been subsequently blocked in China. Zeng continued to update her blog until July 27, 2008, before her disappearance.
Zeng Jinyan One day before the opening ceremony of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Zeng Jinyan was forcibly disappeared along with her baby daughter. She currently lives in Hong Kong.
Chen Jinyan Chen Jinyan (born January 22, 1988) is a Chinese female fencer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she competed in the Women's foil, defeated 6-15 in the third round by Valentina Vezzali of Italy.
China at the 2016 Summer Paralympics |align=left|Wu Chunyan
Zhao Lixue
Shi Xucheng*
Lin Dandan*
Yu He*
Ye Jinyan*
Forbidden Voices Forbidden Voices is a documentary film by director Barbara Miller about the fight for Human Rights and Freedom of Speech of three female bloggers: Yoani Sánchez from Cuba, Zeng Jinyan from China and Farnaz Seifi from Iran.
Health in China China blocked by police protest over ineffective drug treatments, cancelled meetings on HIV groups, closured office of the AIDS organization, and detained or put under house arrest prominent AIDS activists such as 2005 Reebok Human Rights Award winner Li Dan, eighty-year-old AIDS activist Dr. Gao Yaojie, and the husband-and-wife HIV activist team of Hu Jia (activist) and Zeng Jinyan.
Małgorzata Wojtkowiak She qualified to the 2012 Summer Olympics with Poland again. In the individual event she lost in the first round again to China's Chen Jinyan. In the team event Poland was overcome by France in the first round. They beat successively Great Britain and the United States to place fifth.