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Leilei Tian Leilei Tian (田蕾蕾; born 1971) is a Chinese composer of contemporary classical music. Born in China, she has studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, the Conservatory of Music in Gothenburg, and IRCAM in Paris.
Leilei Tian Her compositions have been performed by Zürich Concert Hall Orchestra, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble InterContemporain, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Gulbenkian Orchestra, Orchestre philharmonique de Strasbourg, National Orchestra of Radio and Television of Serbia, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain of Lyon, Nieuw Ensemble, Ensemble Integrales of Hambourg, Ensemble Zagros of Helsinki, Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Ensemble Earplay of San Francisco, and others.
Ma Leilei Ma Leilei (; born March 22, 1989 in Tianjin) is a Chinese football player who currently plays for Newcastle Jets in the A-League.
Li Leilei At Shandong he would once again make an immediate impact within the team by establishing himself as their first choice goalkeeper of the league and cup 2006 double winning campaign. By now Li Leilei had also established himself as China's main goalkeeper and by the 2008 league season he would continue his pivotal role for the club by again winning the Chinese Super League title. By the end of the 2009 league season the Shandong Head coach Ljubiša Tumbaković had left the club after a disappointing season and was replaced by Branko Ivanković who decided to promote the youngster Yang Cheng as first choice goalkeeper, which saw Li Leilei limited to a single appearance throughout the 2010 campaigned as he watched Shandong win another league title. At the end of the 2011 league season he did not make a single appearance for Shandong and with his contract having finished Li Leilei decided to retire from football.
Qu Leilei Qu grew up in China during the Cultural Revolution and spent some time forced in to hard labour as his parents were branded capitalists . Later, he served as an art director at China Central Television.
Qu Leilei After Qu left China, he relocated to London to practice his art, lecture and exhibit internationally. His paintings were exhibited at a solo display in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford in 2005, the first time in the Ashmolean that a show was devoted singly to the work of a living artist. He has also had a solo exhibition at Beijings National Gallery and his works have been exhibited and collected worldwide and by museums including the British Museum and the V&A in London. His work at the British museum is now part of their permanent collection and this was marked with a symposium about himself and the Stars movement and his work
Gao Leilei On July 3, 2009, Gao returned to Beijing and signed a short contract with Beijing Hongdeng but, after just one month with the team, he transferred to Finland again signing with FC KooTeePee. He made his debut for FC KooTeePee on August 16, 2009 against AC Oulu.
Gao Leilei Gao returned to Beijing again and joined Beijing Baxy in July 2010. He scored his first goal on the first appearance, in a 3-0 home win against Anhui Jiufang. Gao announced his retirement from professional football due to problems with injuries on 6 March 2011.
Qu Leilei In 1979, as one of the founding members of the avant-garde "Stars Group", together with, Wang Keping, Ma De Sheng, Huang Rui, Li Shuang, Zhong Acheng and Ai Weiwei, Qu took part in the first exhibitions of contemporary art in China.
Qu Leilei Also in 2005, he was one of three finalists for the Arts Council England "Pearl Award for Creative Excellence".