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Cheng Xiaopeng Cheng's flamboyant behaviour on the field would go on to see him become his club's first goalkeeper to actually score a goal when on October 14, 2009 he scored a penalty kick in a league game against Beijing BIT in a 3-1 victory. This was followed up by the club winning promotion to the top tier after they came runners-up to Liaoning Whowin at the end of the season. With Cheng remaining in goal at the start of the 2010 Chinese Super League season he would continue to showcase his goalscoring abilities when on April 3, 2010 he scored another penalty kick, this time against Shanghai Shenhua in a 2-1 defeat, however he walked away with the distinction of being the first ever goalkeeper to score in the Chinese Super League. As the season continued Nanchang Bayi would be dragged into a relegation battle and while Cheng actually added to goalscoring tally he wasn't keeping many clean sheets and was soon dropped from the team as they survived relegation and finished thirteenth before the club decided to release him in 2011.
Cheng Xiaopeng Cheng Xiaopeng (; born 14 April 1985), is a retired Chinese footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. He scored 4 goals in his professional goalkeeper career, all came from penalty kicks (three in the Chinese Super League and one in the China League One).
He Xiaopeng He Xiaopeng (; born 3November 1977) is a Chinese entrepreneur known as the co-founder and president of product at UCWeb Inc., the Chinese mobile Internet software and service provider he co-founded in 2004. UCWeb was acquired by China’s ecommerce giant Alibaba Group in June 2014 in the largest M&A deal ever in Chinese Internet industry.
He Xiaopeng Born in Huangshi, Hubei, he attended Guangzhou's South China University of Technology where he obtained a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. He worked at Asiainfo Technologies in various roles including technology manager, testing manager and project manager after graduation in his early career.
Cheng Xiaopeng Cheng Xiaopeng was born in Jinan, Shandong where he initially started out as a forward with his good friend and fellow footballer Han Peng who was at the Shandong Luneng youth team. Cheng would soon move to the Bayi Youth team where the team's Head coach Pei Encai would move him into the goalkeeping position. As this was going on the Bayi Youth team was being taken over by Shanghai Hengyuan Football Club and the club was renamed as Nanchang Bayi by 2003. At the new club he would gradually break into the senior team and go on to be part of the squad that won the 2005 Chinese league two division title. After several years playing within the second tier he would eventually become the club's first-choice goalkeeper by the 2009 league season, however he was only limited to sixteen appearances throughout the campaign as his emotional behaviour often saw him dropped especially as his bad temper saw him lash out at the oppositions fans on August 21, 2009 in a game against Liaoning Whowin that saw him banned for two games on August 23, 2009.
He Xiaopeng He co-founded UCWeb with Liang Jie in 2004, overseeing the company’s product strategy and R&D efforts. He worked alongside the company’s management team by utilizing his experience in tech and understanding of the needs of mobile users to pull off success for UCWeb’s flagship product UC Browser by attracting over 500 million users the world over and achieving market leader position in both China (over 65%) and India (over 32%).
He Xiaopeng In 2011, He and his team developed proprietary U3 kernel, being the first proprietary technology developed in the mobile browser industry in China. In the same year, he was awarded Top 15 “Innovation Talents” by the City of Guangzhou, the capital city of China's southern Guangdong province.
Han Xiaopeng Han Xiaopeng (; born December 13, 1982 in Pei, Xuzhou, Jiangsu, China) is a freestyle skier who competed at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, and won gold in the men's aerials event. In this discipline he also won the World Championships in 2007. Despite these great achievements, he has yet to win a World Cup competition. Han is the first Chinese male athlete to ever win a gold medal at the Winter Olympics.
Li Xiaopeng (gymnast) In 2008, after suffering from toe injury, he came back and won titles for parallel bars at the two gymnastics World Cups, Cottbus and Tianjin.
Li Xiaopeng (politician) In January 2015, the Shanxi government website made changes to the "division of labour" among the highest officers of the provincial government, reducing Li's purview to only "oversee overall work of the provincial government." It was generally considered customary for the governor to also directly oversee the departments for supervision, audit, and state owned enterprise management ("guoziwei"), which is typically defined explicitly on the websites. Outside observers saw this move as an indication that Li Xiaopeng's power had been curtailed. During his governorship, he welcomed two new party secretaries, Wang Rulin and Luo Huining, while unable to ascend to the post of provincial party chief himself as was customarily expected in other Chinese provinces.