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Liu Yijun Liu Yijun (; affectionately known as "Laowu" (; born 1962) is a Chinese heavy metal guitarist and member of the band Tang Dynasty.
Yijun Liao She is mostly known for her series "Experimental Relationship". The series depicts her with her younger Japanese boyfriend.
Huang Yijun He moved to Shanghai in the mid-1930s, where he joined in orchestral recordings for the Pathé label. In 1938, he joined the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, and after the founding of the People's Republic of China, became the head of the orchestra in 1953. During his three decades of leadership at the orchestra, he recorded a number of film-scores, and accepted invitations to conduct symphonies in Finland (1956), the USSR (1958) and, at the invitation of Herbert Von Karajan in 1981 Berlin.
Feng Yijun Feng Yijun (born February 12, 1997) is an American table tennis player. He competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the men's singles event, in which he was eliminated in the first round by He Zhiwen, and as part of the American team in the men's team event.
Yijun Liao Yijun (Pixy) Liao is a Chinese born, American photographer.
Huang Yijun Born in Suzhou into a musical family, Huang exhibited great musical talent from a young age. His father, a strict man, taught him organ and violin, and Huang taught himself a variety of Chinese and Western instruments, including piano, harmonica, erhu, yangqin, jinghu, yueqin and even Beijing and Kun Opera
Yin Yijun Yin Yijun (; born September 8, 1983 in Yangpu, Shanghai) is a Chinese sprint canoer who competed in the mid-2000s. At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, he was eliminated in the semifinals of the K-2 500 m event, while being disqualified in the semifinals of the K-2 1000 m event.
Liu Yijun Liu was born in Tianjin, China, the younger of two children, with an older sister who also pursued a career in performance arts. The guitar was his second instrument; his first was the Guqin. In 1976, his family moved away from Tianjin in hope to raise enough for him to go to college. Eventually he raised an interest in playing the guitar and got his first one in 1978. Despite the fact that his father opposed him in playing music, Lao Wu continued to practice the guitar 15 hours a day without lessons. Upon failing the cutoff line for the Chinese college admission test, Lao Wu realized that music was the only way he can make a living. His family moved to Beijing in 1984 where he continuously fails to find a stable job. Entrusted by his father who witnessed him every morning at 4 a.m. practicing the guitar, he continued to support his son as he pursued his own career. For years, Lao Wu lived in poverty, living on instant noodles and was repeatedly sent to the hospital for malnutrition. Lao Wu was eventually accepted into Beijing's top music organization and was deemed a "lightning guitarist" and the first in China to master playing the guitar pressing the fingerboard over the neck much in the style of modern guitarist Herman Li. Lao Wu eventually picked up the seven string guitar and the "erhu", as heard in the song, "The Sun."
Liu Yijun After Kaiser Kuo left Tang Dynasty in 1989, vocalist Ding Wu recruited him acknowledging his fast guitar playing style as the new Tang Dynasty lead guitarist. Within the band, Lao Wu was most arguably the leader of the band in terms of composing music while Ding Wu lead the band as a decision maker. After releasing the top hits of the 1990s, "A Dream Return to the Tang Dynasty" and "The Sun," Lao Wu led the band with international success only within Asia. He then was honoured as "the greatest guitarist of China" by 《Spin》,an American music magazine in 1991. The death of bassist Zhang Ju in 1995 brought down the face of the band and their fame in Asia. Tang Dynasty continued to venture from club to club in Japan but resulted in no success. Lao Wu often quoted them saying, "The band is too immature for rock musicians of the century. We can't make money from this type of music, it doesn't even sound original." Eventually, he was asked to leave the band by Ding Wu in 1996 after extensive music differences and disagreements over leadership. Lao Wu had a stint in solo performances under the name "Tang Dynasty Lao Wu", and eventually rejoined in 2002.
Luo Yijun Luo Yijun (; March 29, 1967 - ) is a Taiwanese writer.