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Weiguo Weiguo is the Mandarin Pinyin spelling of three Chinese masculine given names "(see table)". These names are also spelled Wei-kuo in Mandarin Wade-Giles (used in Taiwan), Wai-kwok in typical Hong Kong Cantonese spelling, or Wee-kok in Minnan pronunciation.
Weiguo These names are popular patriotic names (the second character means "country" or "nation"). In the year of Singapore's independence, many proud parents named their children Weiguo, resulting in confusion for them later in life because so many shared the same name. The name "latitude of the nation" (緯國), paired with a brother named "longitude of the nation" (經國), is an allusion to the classical Chinese phrase "jīngbāng wěiguó" (經邦緯國), literally meaning "(to draw) the longitude and latitude of the nation", and metaphorically meaning a person who rules over a nation. Chiang Kai-shek's chosen names for his sons Chiang Wei-kuo and Chiang Ching-kuo are an example of this allusion.
Gong Weiguo In June 2011, he was appointed the Deputy Communist Party Secretary and Mayor of Linxiang, he remained in that position until April 2015, when he was placed under investigation by the Communist Party's anti-corruption agency for drug addict claims.
Weiguo Sun In October 1994, he was appointed professor of physics at Sichuan University in China, and served as a vice president of the university from 2000 to 2009. He was in charge of undergraduate education, continuing education, and distance education. As one of the members of the university leader team, he and his colleagues changed the traditional university education system into a credit system, reformed the education assessment and supervision system, and developed distance education and vocational education.
Weiguo Sun His research interests in science are electron-molecule scattering, atomic and molecular photoionization, molecular vibrational and rovibrational spectra, and molecular potentials.
Yu Weiguo Yu Weiguo (; born October 1955) is a Chinese politician who has served as Governor of Fujian Province since November 2015 (acting until January 2016). He formerly served as Deputy Communist Party Secretary of Fujian, and Communist Party Secretary of Xiamen.
Lin Weiguo Lin Weiguo (; born July 25, 1970) is a Chinese IM-titled chess player. He was National Chess Champion three times in 1991, 1992 and 1997.
Peng Weiguo Originally part of the Chinese youth team he would make the transition to the senior team when he made his debut against Indonesia on April 20, 1992 in an Asian Cup qualifier that China won 2-0. He would immediately become an integral member of the Chinese team and would play in the 1992 AFC Asian Cup where he aided China to a third-place finish as well as also scoring his first goal against Qatar during the tournament. In the 1994 Asian Games he would continue to aid China to this time a runners-up position, however when it came to the 1996 AFC Asian Cup he was unable to help China improve upon their previous results and China were knocked out during the quarter-finals. Unable to help China qualify for the 1998 FIFA World Cup Peng Weiguo would play his last international game in the final game of qualifying.
Peng Weiguo Peng Weiguo would leave his training position at Shenzhen Pingan in 2001 and move away from football to start several business ventures. He would return to football in July, 2006 when he registered to take a Chinese Soccer association level B training class in management. He would quickly achieve his certificate and on January 5, 2007 he would be offered his first head coach position at second tier club Shanghai Stars to replace resigning manager Shen Si, however he would have a differcult start to his reign and Cao Xiandong was brought into the club as head coach. Peng Weiguo would then move to Hangzhou Lücheng on April 29, 2008 as an assistant until September 22, 2009.
Gong Weiguo Gong Weiguo (; born August 1972) is a Chinese politician who spent most of his career in south China's Hunan province. He was investigated by the Communist Party of China's anti-graft agency in April 2015. Previously he served as the Deputy Communist Party Secretary and Mayor of Linxiang.