Top 10 similar words or synonyms for xiaomei

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Hu Xiaomei The night broadcast show Hu had hosted from 1992 to 2007. It had kept the highest audience rating in Shenzhen for 15 years. Its market share had even risen to 70%. So it's called "A wonder of broadcasting in South China".
Li Xiaomei Her personal best was coming 3rd at the 2007 World Championships.
Hu Xiaomei Hu Xiaomei () is a Chinese radio personality and former host of the show "At Night You're Not Lonely" () in Shenzhen, China which at its peak attracted two million nightly listeners.
Jin Xiaomei In 2004 she finished ninth with the Chinese team in the women's tournament. She played both matches.
Hu Xiaomei Hu is private about details of her personal life. It is known that she is petite, was born in 1971, smokes cigarettes, and does not speak English. She grew up in a coal mining town in Jiangxi Province, daughter of engineers. She was married in 2002.
Jin Xiaomei Jin Xiaomei (; born January 1, 1983 in Weifang, Shandong) is a female Chinese football (soccer) player who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Li Xiaomei Li Xiaomei (born 1987-08-20 in Dongguan, Guangdong) is a female Chinese freestyle wrestler. She competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Hu Xiaomei Hu migrated to Shenzhen in 1992, attracted by the public perception and entertainment media accounts of Shenzhen (designated as one of China's new Special Economic Zones) as a cosmopolitan city with opportunities for upward mobility. She initially worked at a mineral water factory earning the equivalent of US$70 per month. At night she would listen to radio call-in shows that were becoming popular in China under its new policy of "Reform and Opening".
Hu Xiaomei In late she called into a talk radio and mentioned her own hopes of becoming a show host, and gave out her phone number and address. This led to many letters, but also to her employer firing her for using their telephone for personal purposes. Out of work, she brought her resume to the radio station to ask for a job. One producer decided to hire her as a host beginning December, 2002. The show she hosted from 2003 through 2007 eventually became the top rated show in Shenzhen. She was known for a "smoky" voice and calm but often critical tone. Her show had wide appeal, especially to migrant workers, who would call in from their dormitories to discuss family, work, and their romantic lives.
Liu Xiaomei (handballer) Liu Xiaomei (; born May 2, 1985 in Chuzhou, Anhui) is a female Chinese handball player who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics.