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Liu Yinghui Liu Yinghui (; born June 29, 1978) is a Chinese hammer thrower.
Liu Yinghui At the 2004 Summer Olympic she was eliminated in the first round of the hammer throw competition.
Zhao Yinghui Zhao Yinghui (; born October 20, 1981 in Shijiazhuang, Hebei) is a female Chinese sports shooter who competed in 10 metre air rifle at the 2000 Summer Olympics, the 2004 Summer Olympics and the 2008 Summer Olympics. She reached the 2004 final and finished fourth.
Liu Yinghui Her personal best throw is 72.51 metres, achieved at the 2005 Universiade in Izmir.
2013 Wuxi Classic Nine-time women's world champion Reanne Evans defeated Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5–4 in her qualifying match to become the first woman ever to reach the final stages of a major professional ranking tournament. Evans was chosen as one of four players to play against local opponents in the wildcard round, and she lost 2–5 against Chinese teenager Zhu Yinghui.
Wu Liuxi Wu Liuxi was selected for the Shaanxi Provincial Shooting Team when she was only 20 years old. She became known when she outperformed Zhao Yinghui and Du Li and tied the world record in women's air rifle with 400 points at the Fifth National Intercity Games. She was recruited for the national shooting team soon after that.
South China Mall With over a total area of , and almost of leasable space sufficient for as many as 2,350 stores, the mall was built on former farmlands in the Wanjiang District of Dongguan in southern coastal China. The project was spearheaded by Hu Guirong (Alex Hu), who became a billionaire in the instant noodle industry. The mall was owned by Dongguan Sanyuan Yinghui Investment & Development (东莞市三元盈晖投资发展有限公司), Hu Guirong's company, but a controlling interest in the mall was later sold to Founder Group, a division of Peking University.
Shooting at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's 10 metre air rifle China's world record holder Du Li outscored a host of elite markswomen in the air rifle shooting final to notch the first gold medal at these Games, smashing a new Olympic record score of 502.0 points. Russia's Lioubov Galkina, who led the field by a full point into the final with 399, had to settle for the silver with a total score of 501.5 points, while Czech Republic's Kateřina Kůrková held off a daunting challenge from Zhao Yinghui (500.8) to rule out the Chinese supremacy in the medal haul for a bronze at 501.1, falling Zhao to a disappointing fourth by a 0.3-point deficit.
Reanne Evans In the 2012–13 season, Evans won enough Q-School matches to earn a "top-up" place in the qualifying rounds for the 2013 Wuxi Classic, competing as an amateur. In her qualifying match, she defeated Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5–4 to become the first woman to reach the final stages of a professional ranking snooker tournament. Originally scheduled to play world number 2 Neil Robertson in the last 64, she then became one of four players selected to play an extra wildcard round against local Chinese opponents, a system she publicly criticized. She traveled to Wuxi and played Chinese teenager Zhu Yinghui in the wildcard round, but lost 2–5.
Founder Group Founder Group was established by Peking University in 1986. It currently has six public companies listed in stock exchanges of Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong, and more than 80 independently funded enterprises and joint ventures. Founder's motto is "世界在变 创新不变" (shì jiè zài biàn, chuàng xīn bu biàn), which roughly translates to "The world is changing; innovation is not". The company is currently moving to establish itself as a computer chip designer. Founder are also owners of the largest mall in the world, New South China Mall, acquired from Dongguan Sanyuan Yinghui Investment & Development which had run the mall extremely poorly.