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Zhou Yajun "Statistics accurate as of match played 22 October 2016."
Zhou Yajun Zhou Yajun was surplus to requirements and was allowed to leave Shanghai Shenhua at the end of the 2007 league season and by the beginning of the 2008 Chinese Super League season he joined Henan Construction. He would make his debut on their first game of the season on April 5, 2008 against Liaoning Whowin F.C. in a 3-3 draw. After that game he would become their first choice goalkeeper throughout the season. While he aided Henan to a respectable 10th within the league he was dropped in favour of new goalkeeper Zeng Cheng by new Manager Tang Yaodong at the beginning of the 2009 Chinese Super League.
Wu Yajun Wu's wealth is managed by a firm named Wu Capital, which was founded in 2013. Since inception, Wu Capital has made investments in technology companies including Uber and Evernote.
Wang Yajun Wang Yajun (born 27 August 1962) is a Chinese former volleyball player who competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Wu Yajun Wu was born in Chongqing in 1964 to an ordinary family. She graduated from the Department of Navigation Engineering of the Northwestern Polytechnical University (西北工业大学) in 1984.
Wu Yajun From 1984 to 1988 she worked at the Qianwei Meter Factory. From 1988 to 1993 she worked as a journalist and editor at the China Shirong News Agency. At the time the newspaper was controlled by the Construction Bureau of Chongqing Municipal Government, which proved essential for her in building up her network in the government and business world to then launch her career in the real estate industry.
Wu Yajun The company was later renamed as Longfor Properties. The enterprise grew rapidly thereafter, expanding from her home in Chongqing to include major cities like Chengdu, Beijing, Shanghai, Changzhou and Dalian. She became alumni member of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in 2007. Longfor Properties went public on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (SEHK) in 2009; notable investors are Singapore's government, Ping An Insurance and Temasek Holdings.
Zhou Yajun Zhou Yajun () (born October 17, 1984 in Shanghai) is a Chinese association football goalkeeper. Who currently plays for China League One club Shenzhen FC .
Zhou Yajun Zhou Yajun began his football career with the various Shanghai Shenhua youth teams and took part in the squads that trained in Brazil, however instead of immediately continuing with his football career Zhou Yajun would instead continue with his studies and go to Donghua University where he still played football as a goalkeeper. Once he had completed his studies he was allowed to return to Shanghai Shenhua and by the 2006 Chinese Super League season he would start his professional football career as their third choice goalkeeper. His league debut would come on July 16, 2006 against Qingdao Zhongneng in a 2-0 win. Surprisingly he would find himself continuing to play in goal due to injury and suspensions to the other goalkeepers and by the end of the season he had played in 12 league games. Zhou Yajun's progression within the Shanghai Shenhua's football team was short lived when they merged with local football team Shanghai United F.C. and with the influx of players he found himself immediately dropped from the newly formed team throughout the 2007 league season.
Wu Yajun Wu Yajun (; born 1964) is a Chinese businesswoman, co-founder, former CEO and current chairwoman of Longfor Properties. She is the third richest woman in China, and the 22nd richest overall, according to the Hurun Report China Rich List 2013. In 2012, She held the title of richest woman in China, as well as fifth richest person in China. She lost that position to Yang Huiyan due to her divorce from Cai Kui, positioning herself as second richest woman in China. As of March 2013 she was the 299th richest person in the world, and among the top 50 Power-women list by Forbes, with a net worth of US$4.4 billion. She is a member of the National People's Congress. In 2014, she was listed as the 41st most powerful woman in the world by "Forbes".